Joining the Da Vinci, which is still available as a single DAC version (prices start at $20k), is a pair of similarly contoured devices, shown here, flanking the big DAC. The Da Vinci Source and the Da Vinci Streamer will round out an all-Light Harmonic digital source chain. Both are pre-launch, so pricing and configuration is still TBD, but the Source was shown here with a Blu-Ray drive and oodles of storage. I was told that the shipping product can come with something like 10TB of RAID-protected file storage and that the “remote control” will actually be a pre-configured Apple iPad. The Streamer, a Bluetooth and Airplay-enabled box, can support 32bit files with up to 384kHz files pulled from Ethernet storage. More details as they’re available … but shipping for both new boxes is expected at the end of the second quarter of 2013.
Shown at CES with a D’Agostino stereo amp and a Pass Labs XP-20 preamp, playing into a pair of Wilson Audio Sasha loudspeakers, and a Transparent Audio Power Isolator. Cabling came from Transparent as well.