Our new optimization system offers High-end performance for significantly less time, money and effort.
In 2014, I was a manufacturer's rep for a high-end wire company in Canada. At that time, we were introducing a new line of silver interconnects. The break-in time was quite significant due to the non-compliant nature of the dielectric material. The Cable cooker machine was a possibility but connecting several yards of cables in a Cooker was not a practical solution.
A new solution was found in an alternative method that led to the Mosaic filter.
Beginning in 2017, our goal was to demonstrate the efficacy of the new filter. Caprice Audio introduced the technology in our first commercial product Mosaic Wave Stream™. The headphone tour includes RMAF, Axpona, Capital Audiofest, and New York City.
The Wave Stream effect was indeed heard loud and clear by both consumers and the Press. Please see Chris Martins's (Hi-fi+) enthusiastic response below.
The big reveal is at the Consumer Show.
At Capital Audiofest 2019, we introduced the Mosaic to a High-End 2-channel audience for the first time. Our showroom featured the superb "Alec" speaker system (Alta audio), the KR Audio amplification system, and the superb Resonessence Labs ESS DAC.
New for 2022: Axpona Room 570
CA Core™: A new optimization plug-and-play system.
To optimize the synergy that a high-end system demand, we rebuilt the internal stages of the CA Core to maximize capacity for today's high-power systems. Adding the Wave Stream CA Core optimization system has the immediate effect of removing digital artifacts. The instrumental timbre, dimensionality, and voice imagery are remarkably improved.
The CA Core optimization system shunts noise during playback more effectively than other solutions. Starting from the source, the CA Core optimization system presents an open window of sound. Less noise more music better performance.
Luis Alberto Designer & Owner
Audiophiles use tools to revitalize and optimize a system. We invest in linear power supplies, high-grade cables, and mechanical isolation devices for a good reason, they work! By reducing each component's noise level, the overall system achieves a greater outcome in performance. But the best news is our plug and play solution gives you greater optimization control over your entire system. A simple and effective way to achieving very high levels of performance..
In some ways, a poorly optimized audio system is similar to a poorly tuned instrument. Unleashing the capability of your system is a complex task made simple with C/A Core Optimization.. What is more surprising, is that you can achieve very high performance for proportionally less expense.
In our new design for 2022, you can expect a tighter integration system offering one device, one solution. No need for software integration and updates. As we guide you through, you have complete control.
Caprice Audio's Slipstream solution is a high-speed buffering stage that reduces noise. These stages isolate components from each other by creating mini-buffers to control a system's noise level. Less noise, more dynamic output. As a result, a digital device can efficiently perform at very high signal-to-noise levels without distortion due to a reduction in transmission garbage being bounced between components. The improved timing and pitch can lead to a dramatic analog "reveal".
The quality of a power system is based on its ability to transfer voltage without loss. A C/A Core Power system is a breakthrough concept, passively driving multiple devices all at once without introducing noise. Low signal sources gain dynamic control, a reduction in ground leakage and enhanced voltage stability. All three synergistically produce life-like immediacy, whisper-quiet detail, and dynamic range suitable enough to raise the hairs on your skin. Call today for a free no-obligation system test.
Chris Martens Hi Fi+ 2018 review : "The new firm Caprice Audio showed its impressive new Mosaic Wave Stream hybrid Technology passive filter, which made for one of the more eye-opening demonstrations I heard at Canjam. Looking back over that last sentence it occurs to me that a more apt descriptor would be to call the Mosaic a passive noise floor reducer".