Sigh, 4 colour glossies in the prosumer game always make me wince, that sort of empty statement blongs on mr Andrew's site not in the sales material for a allegedly professional product.
Seriously, when did pro audio companies start emulating bloody audiophool targeted marketing.
To add insult there do not actually appear to be any real specifications available...
24 bit, but where is the noise floor, what is the full power bandwidth, large and small signal frequency response? At various gains? Mic preamp noise figure?, a 2 tone IMD plot would be nice....
All this stuff is missing, instead we are told it has "even more woo" then the last one that also lacked all the above...
It looks to me to be almost targeting the "Lifestyle" market rather then the "audio Engineering" one.
Nope, not convinced to buy one.
TBH, converters are a mostly solved problem (or at least, essentially everyone has the same unsolved problems, and nobody talks about them), so commercial state of the art now holds very little interest.
Audiophiles use phono leads because they are unbalanced people!