Cybershaft 10Mhz master clocks, new products at various price points....

FYI to anyone interested in Cybershaft products; in addition to the new higher priced offerings with the option
to utilize either power from the wall or an external linear regulated power supply...


Single output clocks;

Cybershaft has also just made public on their website lower price options that don't sacrifice great baseline performance and allow you to select OP-level of the OCXO assembly from OP13 to OP19

For non-Japanese speakers...

Open in Google Chrome, look on the list of selections on the left hand page and select

"For Overseas (English)"

will take you to;

Any questions, let me know.

You can also send email directly to (note there is only 1 working email address now);

" " [NEW / ONLY email address that works]

Any questions or problems getting in touch, send me an IM and I'll help wherever I can.

Multiple Output Versions (option to use built in power supply or have model that uses external power supply)'

Model number: UPOCXO-OP21A Model with built-in AC power supply
Model number: UPOCXO-OP21A-D External DC dedicated model
Model number: UPOCXO-OP20A Model with built-in AC power supply
Model number: UPOCXO-OP20A-D External DC dedicated model
Model number: LTPW01P External DC power supply (with panel)

OP'XX" or in this case, OP21A or OP20A is the performance level of the OCXO. OP21 is a touch better in principal than OP20A, differences are minor

Single Output Versions (only use external power supply);

Model number: UPOCXO-OP21A-1 External DC dedicated model
Model number: UPOCXO-OP20A-1 External DC dedicated model
Model number: LTPW01P External DC power supply (with panel)

Single Output / Lower Precision (OP19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, see table below on that page rating and price option), this line reads like it is meant to be more economical choice;

Model number: UPOCXO-MA-OPxx External DC dedicated model
Model number: LTPW01P External DC power supply (with cast panel)

There are products (clock distributor) and other prior products.
Note I'm not listing all legacy/prior products above, only the newer ones.

They have a line of products for each need and multiple budgets now.

That's how I read through the plethora of options now available.

Hope this helps...
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@zephyr24069  Thanks for the info.  I already own a Rossini. I've been told by some Rossini owners that the Rossini clock isn't a noticeable improvement.  Thanks for the info on Esoteric's new model.  I figure I have another 3 - 4 years with the Rossini and by that time there should be lots of improvements to digital front-ends by several manufacturers.

Brian ...
@cycles2 There definitely will be many new things to obsess over in 3-4 years, probably 1-2 and again 2 years after that, again after that and so on and so forth!

The Rossini clock made an improvement in my Atlanta-based friend's system however his system overall is very high end and resolving in terms of speakers, amps and pre-amp spend. That stated it was not an earth-shattering improvement. If you want a Word clock that is compatible with your Rossini DAC, I'd suggest the Esoteric G-02X; it has reasonable price, better build quality and a full OCXO implementation. This is all opinion mind you.  It also allows for a 10 Mhz input 50-ohm for future upgrading. I think it will deliver a more pronounced improvement.  It's Word clock outputs at 75-ohm and have a wide varieties of WCLK frequencies to utilize to find the best match;

Esoterics G-01X is also an option;

@zephyr24069  I like the idea of the Esoteric G-02x clock if can support dCS and other DACs I may own in the future.  Do you know if it supports auto-switching of 44.1kHz and 48kHz titles by using 2 BNC cables from the DAC to the clock like the Rossini clock does?  Or would I have to manually set the Esoteric to either 44.1 or 48kHz depending on the title I'm playing?

@cycles2 I would suggest downloading the manual and reading through fully before ordering of course.  If memory serves, my G-0s and later models I owned like the G-03X all required you to set the clock frequency manually, no auto-switching; this gives the best results as the gear is not deciding for you.  I always found that 176.4 kHz and later "MCLK" word clock frequency of 22.xx Mhz were best for playback clocking; i would not want devices thinking for me on the fly and auto-switching.