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dCS products are high end – a combination of world-class craftsmanship and leading-edge technology – but those who invest in dCS have the chance to experience that unique, spine-tingling moment when the world stops and there is… only the music.


The future of home audio

The problem with predicting the future is that there’s a strong chance you’ll be wrong far more than you’re right. No one wants to go down as the person who didn’t sign The Beatles when they could, or who thought Bohemian Rhapsody would never be…

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dCS believes that the role of a hi-fi system is to preserve all of the subtle information on a recording through the reproduction chain, and present it to the listener with every last nuance of emotional content intact.

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“Arresting, revealing and above all, truly musical” Hi-Fi Critic

“An enormously detailed yet immersive sound that's high on both emotion and entertainment” Hi-Fi News

“The first thing that strikes you about the sound of the Bartók is it's uncanny sense of realism…. It was like being taken back to the day of the recording, with a vast soundstage that was truly holographic. The music sounded as large as life, and no less profound” Stereonet

The dCS Bartók brings together our past, present and future. Featuring a DAC, pre-amplifier and music streamer, the single-box system offers a clean, crisp and deeply musical sound, extracting all of the detail and nuance from digital recordings for a lifelike listening experience.

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“When number-crunching mathematics and music collide so spectacularly as this, then special things happen” – Hi-Fi+

“One of the precious few systems … that completely disappears and lets you fully enjoy the music” – The Absolute Sound

Praised for its tonal balance, precision and natural sound, the dCS Vivaldi offers an unforgettable listening experience – one that captures all of the detail, emotion and colour in a musical performance and presents it in vivid high resolution.

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dCS Album of The Month - October
Various Artists – Saturday Night Fever: OST

Released on November 15, 1977, Saturday Night Fever was more than just a film soundtrack. At the time, it felt like the music of a whole new generation. Anyone growing up in “the decade that fashion forgot” couldn’t help but hear disco music –whether you liked it or not, it was everywhere. A fresh flavour of dance music that sprang out of early 70s soul, jazz and funk, it reached the UK pop charts in 1975. Within a couple of years, many famous recording artists from Rod Stewart to The Rolling Stones had discovered their love for the genre (or its commercial possibilities) and a disco beat and soaring string sections could be heard on practically every new chart release. ABBA's Dancing Queen popularised the genre, while Chic’s Le Freak really made it stick.

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Thank you to SoundStage! Hi-Fi for recommending the dCS Bartok as a Reference Component.

“arguably the best homegrown software I’ve used in the last couple years.”



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