Sonore Signature Rendu SE - Ethernet to USB source

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Sonore Signature Rendu SE - Ethernet to USB source
« on: 23 Jul 2017, 08:57 pm »


DESCRIPTION
Introducing the Signature Rendu SE, the absolute finest streaming USB source we have made. The Signature Rendu SE is the natural evolution of Sonore’s microRendu (computeraudiophile.com Product of the Year 2016) and Sonore’s acclaimed Signature Power Supply.

The Signature Rendu SE takes an Ethernet audio stream and renders it to a perfect, ultra-low noise USB feed to one’s USB DAC. While the microRendu is a revolutionary product, the Signature Rendu SE takes off from the microRendu concept, improving on it by refinement and attention to every detail.  The Signature Rendu SE takes advantage of a single chassis design, allowing close coupling of the power supply and processing board for the ultimate in ultra-low impedance and ultra-low noise power delivery. The Signature Rendu SE processing board uses a larger footprint to allow for more independent low noise voltage regulation stages (all main board regulators are now ultra-low noise linear types), and better physical separation of the Ethernet processing and USB output sections, further reducing noise and crosstalk. A new ultra-low phase noise (so called “femto”) oscillator is used to govern all processing and USB audio output.

AVAILABILITY
MSRP 2889 USD
https://sonore.us
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Re: Sonore Signature Rendu SE - Ethernet to USB source
« Reply #1 on: 26 Aug 2017, 05:30 pm »
News flash:

Audirvana Plus 3.1 was been officially released and Sonore products are among the first to receive the "Works With Audirvana +" approval.


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Re: Sonore Signature Rendu SE - Ethernet to USB source
« Reply #2 on: 30 Mar 2018, 01:03 am »
Sonicorbiter Update Notice:
 
1. Sonicorbiter 2.6 was officially released today for the microRendu, ultraRendu, and the Signature Rendu SE.
 
If you have Sonicorbiter 2.5 you can just update your unit from the GUI in Apps / Software Manager. As always this update can take some time and you most wait for the display to show the "Back to Main Menu" link before exiting the update page. Please ignore any Complete notices as they apply to intermediate steps only. If you are behind a firewall (local or government) that blocks website content do not update your unit as it might cause issues with the unit.   
 
If you have still have Sonicorbiter 2.4 or lower then you need to get an update card from our website. We currently only have Sonicorbiter 2.5 upgrade cards.
 
These are some of updates included:
Bug fixes for librespot (AKA Spotify Connect) with a lot of compatibility updates
New version of RoonReady player
New version of SonoreUPnP Bridge with volume pass through
New version of NAA and GUI update that allows unit name to display as output
New version of SqueezeLite
New version of Shairport
ultraRendu status LED function update (Red=power, Orange=boot, Green=internet active)
New DSD DACs supported
I'll update this list if I remember anything else we added:)
**This update does not included MQA support:
 
2. Sonicorbiter on the sonicTransporter series will be updated next with a surprise new feature!

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Re: Sonore Signature Rendu SE - Ethernet to USB source
« Reply #3 on: 30 Mar 2018, 01:24 am »
Hi Jesus,

Can Audirvana stream to your streamers in dsd 256? If so does the volume control work in “DSD wide” yet?

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Re: Sonore Signature Rendu SE - Ethernet to USB source
« Reply #4 on: 30 Mar 2018, 02:47 am »
Yes, if the connected DAC supports it. As for DSD Wide volume control..no clue. We would have to ask A+.