Users can connect their electronics to Dia through its optical or coaxial digital inputs. Then Dia’s high-performance 24W stereo power amplifier and audiophile-grade sound card drives powerful, crystal-clear sound through your existing speakers and subwoofer for the ultimate 2.1 Stereo experience from:
“We developed Dia out of my own personal frustration after I purchased an Apple TV and realized that there was no affordable and easy-to-use audiophile-grade digital amplifier solution,” said Jason Lim, CEO of NuForce. “Dia is an answer for consumers that want phenomenal sound from the devices they already own without breaking the bank.”
NuForce’s Dia can be used in a multitude of combinations. For example, consumers can connect their flat screen TV's digital audio output to the Dia and then add a pair of high-quality speakers, including a subwoofer. This offers high-performance stereo sound without having to set up a home-theater receiver. Users can also connect any wireless media streaming device, such as AirPort Express and Apple TV, to form a compact, high-performance wireless AirPlay® system.
The NuForce Dia is available now for $299 from NuForce’s online store and NuForce resellers.
Based in Milpitas, California, Nuforce first gained visibility for its patented Class-D power amplifiers, earning numerous awards from audio publications in the U.S. and Japan. Building upon its reputation as a company that developed state-of-the-art audio products, Nuforce worked diligently to expand its product line with digital-to-analog converters, in-ear and over-the-ear headphones, speakers and subwoofers, cables, additional home and headphone amplifiers, and other high-end audio accessories.
Today, Nuforce is sold internationally and remains firmly committed to being a high-performance consumer electronics company adhering to stringent quality standards, ensuring integrity and value in every Nuforce product.