Fibonacci Audio Manager
Fibonacci is the name with which Leonardo Pisano became famous, an Italian mathematician who lived between the 12th and 13th century who contributed to the rebirth of sceince and elaborated a succession of numbers called the Fibonacci sequence, taking inspiration from the Golden ratio of Leonardo Da Vinci ( 1: 1.618). Even today, in the audio field, this report gets particular attention for the results it helps to obtain. I believe that no name can be more appropriate for this device which is able, through sophisticated data processing, to perceive music in all its characteristics.
Fibonacci Audio Manager is a device dedicated to the management of audio processes for active multi-amplification, made with all proprietary hardware and software components. The cards have golden tracks on all layers, very accurate mastering and the DAC with 32bit / 768Khz sampling makes it extremely quiet and therefore with high dynamic range.
It has balanced analogue and digital inputs (AES EBU) therefore usable with any type of source, and six balanced analogue outputs configurable through proprietary software.
It has an ultra linear power supply with dedicated transformers for each voltage made to our specifications.
The main feature of this device is that the signals are processed by 32-bit floating point processing, this means that the reconstruction of the audio sine wave is extremely precise and the dynamic range is very wide so as to give a perception of natural listening, rich in detail and with realistic transient reproduction.
The internal wiring is handmade using pure monocrystalline copper insulated in Teflon, ideal for not having losses in the transport of currents and signals.
The frame is built with 3 different materials, graphite, aluminum and stainless steel all damped with anti-vibration material, effective in controlling vibrations and consequently limiting artificial colors so that the sound is perceived neutral, precise and rich in natural harmonics.
- 2 balanced analog inputs with high CMRR common mode rejection,
- 1 digital stereo input on AES / EBU,
- 6 balanced analog outputs,
- AKM High-End ADC/DAC with 32bit communication,
- 32bit floating point calculation.
- low latency <4.5ms,
- Extremely low noise and THD + N,
- OCXO Ultra Low Phase Noise clock generator -148dB with stability of +/- 10 PPB
- 3mm aluminum frame coupled on base and front in 20mm high density graphite
- High purity monocrystalline copper wiring
- 2 ultra linear low noise power supplies
Audio analog input
2 balanced analog inputs with hight CMRR, more than 80dB
Max input level +2 dBu, input impedance typ. 10 KOhm
2 analog input audio
Audio digital input channels
1 AES/EBU input audio stereo channels (up to 192kHz audio frequency rate with SRC4382, 125dB of THD+N)
Audio output channels
6 balanced analog outputs, max output level +14 dBu, output impedance typ. 100 Ohm
Sampling frequency and resolution
192 KHz – 32 bits
Internal audio processing
32 bits floating point
Better than 0.0027 (91dB) @ from +14dBu to +0dBu,AES17 & A-weighted
Idle noise DAC
7.5uV (-114dBFs) RMS in all channels, AES17 & A-weighted
Idle noise ADC
14uV (-109dBFs) RMS in all channels, AES17 & A-weighted
Idle noise AES/EBU
-125dBFs RMS in all channels, AES17 & A-weighted
S/N – Dinamic range
114 dB 20-20KHz, AES-17, AES17 & A-weighted, (with AES/EBU input)
20-20KHz, +0.1 / – 0.3 dB (analog/digital/analog pass through)
more than 107dB, AES17 & A-weighted, between all channel
+5V +/-15V max power consumption 4.2 W
240, 260, 120 mm – 9.5, 10.2, 4.7 inch
5,8 Kg – 12.8 lb