LAG | Digital. Big Bang DAC.

Pitch-perfect digital-to-analog converter.


The LAG audio systems (*DC edition) are supplied with our unique integrated multi-bit digital-analog converter BIG BANG DAC on-board. The BIG BANG DAC, developed by a team of our specialists, includes more than 30 know-how technical solutions and is a patented device.

LAG BIG BANG DAC is the only digital-to-analog converter on the market that allows you to fully preserve the integrity of a digital musical signal in the process of converting it to analog. A key feature of the digital-to-analog converter BIG BANG DAC is the complete absence of internal signal processing in the device path. Digital signal recovery is carried out bitwise and without even the slightest delay. The BIG BANG DAC internal construction contains no feedback circuits and amplifications for both the input and output signals.

LAG BIG BANG DAC is built on the principle of per-channel signal processing. Each channel is processed by an independent mono-module. This design completely eliminates the interpenetration of signals from adjacent digital (input) and analog channels (output).


LAG BIG-BANG DAC main technical specifications.

Digital signal standard – I2S

Frequency support – 0 Hz to 1 MHz

Dynamic range – 16 bit to 32 bit

Peak output voltage – 36 V

DAC core – Burr-Brown DAC8871

Inputs – USB (B)

Compatibility - Apple Mac (PnP)/ PC (driver required)


These unique features of LAG BIG BANG digital-to-analog converter design allow precise musical picture restoration, with complete absence of distortions and transformations, returning the natural sound of live music to the decoded material.

The use of the LAG BIG BANG digital-to-analog converter in the integrated design of LAG High-Precision monitoring systems ADC Series made it possible to achieve a level of the reproduced musical material perception comparable to live music listening.

The LAG BIG BANG DAC is supplied only as a part of LAG integrated systems.

The estimated release date of a separate device is April - May, 2019.