Hey Guys, Here is some information on a new card that was released a few months ago and has some interesting hardware and features. This new card is called the Cantatis Overture 192 This is a stereo card with built in Headphone Amplifier running BurrBrown DAC's and opamps. Here are the specs: Specifications Outputs: Analog - Headphone Dynamic range (A-weighted) 132 dB - 124 dB Signal to Noise (A-weighted) 132 dB -125 dB THD+N @ VOUT = 0 dB < 0.0004% < 0.0005% Frequency response - 2Hz to 22kHz +/- 0.2 dB +/- 0.4 dB Features Analogue outputs - nominal 2.3V rms on studio grade, gold plated RCA female connectors. Sample rates - 32kHz to 192kHz (automatic or user-selected up-sampling). Digital output S/PDIF - optical (TOSLINK) and co-axial (RCA) outputs at up to 192kHz. On-board expansion ports for additional audio outputs or inputs. PCI 2.2 compliant. WDM drivers for Microsoft Windows® 98SE, 2000, XP and Vista. Drivers work with Windows 7 (see Support Questions for details). ASIO 2.0 compatible, with suitable software. Intuitive control application for ultimate ease of use. complete Components DAC: Burr Brown 1794A ->Spec Sheet Opamps: Burr Brown OPA 132 and OPA2132 ->Spec Sheet Opamps:5532 ->LINK Chipset: VIA Envy24HT ->Spec sheet Can Amp: TI TPA6120A2 -> Spec sheet This card has the Burr Brown DAC's set up in parrallel mono mode which simple means one DAC per each channel, this improves everything across the board for measurments and output quality. This card has the best specs so far of modern soundcards so I am interested in finding out more about it for the Guru3D audio fourm. I am working on getting some good pictures for the site and will post more information when it becomes available. The card was just released in July and is still rather new in comparison to others. The company also list some expansion card coming for the Overture 192 also: The Concerto FM transmitter: LINK The Tocaato Digital Input card: LINK The Quartet Analog Input card: Link Here is a link to the sites information: Overture 192 More information to follow stay tuned... Update: We received some new pictures of the various sections of this card. Note: Special thanks to Andrew. Here is a shot of the headphone amplifier: Here is shot of the dual parallel DAC chips, as one is used for each output channel. Here is a shot of the entire output section, we see the DACs at the bottom Then we see the dual 5532's for I/V then the OPA132 and OPA2132 Which if I had to guess would be a integrator and buffer. The OPA132 is a single channel chip and the 2132 is the dual channel counterpart. Here is a shot of the three extension connectors for the above mentioned expansion cards.