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Get ready to upgrade over receiver sound quality - CNET

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I review many integrated amplifiers and receivers, but it's been ages since I covered a matching preamp and power amplifier. So when I was offered the PS Audio Stellar Gain Cell DAC stereo preamp ($1,699, 1,700) and Stellar S300 power amp ($1,499, 1,500), I quickly accepted. They're available in silver or black finishes, both feel substantially built, and they're designed and assembled in PS Audio's factory in Boulder, Colorado. The company's roots in American high-end audio date back to 1973!

The PS Audio Gain Cell DAC. PS Audio

The Gain Cell DAC's front panel may be a model of simplicity, but it still offers the user a number of options: phase invert, digital filters, preset maximum speaker volume, preset maximum headphone volume and more. Analog connectivity runs to one stereo XLR input, three stereo RCA inputs, stereo RCA and XLR outputs, and a 6.3mm headphone jack on the front panel. Digital audio connectivity includes one optical, one coaxial and one USB connector,...(continued)

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