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Lumin Music Products:

S1-DSD 64/128 A1-DSD 64 T1-DSD 64

Lumin D1

D1-DSD 64 M1-64/128 DSD w/Amp U1-Without DAC

L1-Mini Media Server App-iPad and Android

Sbooster Power Supply for D1

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Standard Specifications 
Streaming Services

Lumin D1 Network Streamer, $2000.  DSD 64 2.8MHz - Now Roon Ready
Lumin D1 Lumin D1 Rear

Lumin D1 Inside

Lumin D1 Bottom

During the development of LUMIN A1, our focus was to create the absolute best source at any price. No expense was spared in its production.

With LUMIN D1, our aim was to try and retain all that award-winning musicality while compromising as little as possible in every other area.

Reducing the size of the casing and removing the HDMI output help reduce costs without losing music quality, and using an auto-ranging power supply offered the biggest savings for the least compromise.


Positive Feedback

11-20-2016 | By Maurice Jeffries | Issue 88

Set-up Details
Product setup proved straightforward and drama-free. After removing the D1 (and outboard wall wart power supply and white cotton gloves) from their sturdy cardboard carton, I placed the unit atop my Salamander Corsica 237 AV cabinet, inserted the wall wart PSU (the massive outboard Sbooster PSU and switched the D1 on. I then downloaded the Lumin app to my iPad and opened on my networked laptop a file containing very useful basic system operating instructions that Mark was kind enough to forward to me (these also appear on the Lumin website). I then inserted my outboard hard drive, a 2TB Western Digital unit (not NAS-enabled), into the rear of the D1 using a stock USB cable. I then connected the D1 to a free wi-fi port on the back of my NETGEAR router using, once again, a stock Ethernet cable. Lastly, I powered up the Lumin iPad App which automatically detected my UPnP Media Server and the Lumin D1 Audiophile Network Music Player.





  • XLR balanced, 4Vrms, pin 2 Hot
  • RCA unbalanced, 2Vrms



  • PCM 44.1kHz-192kHz, 16-24bit
  • DSD (DoP, DSD over PCM) 2.8MHz, 1bit

Analog Output Stage:

  • Wolfson WM8741 DAC chips, 1 chip per channel
  • Fully balanced layout with high-quality components


9.47" W x 9.6" D x 2.36" H

Weight 4.40 Lbs

Optional Sbooster Linear outboard Power Supply $375.00

Makes a big difference with the sound Quality!

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