If you have been around dCS products for as long as I have ( or longer) i.e. probably from before the turn of the century, you may faintly remember the launch of a dCS product that seems to have not been successful and was very short lived.
It was built into a Delius case which, I believe, contained that DAC plus an unexpected ingredient. This was a phono stage which presumably provided sensitivity adjustment but then digitised the incoming analogue signal from the record player and fed it to the DAC ( and/or perhaps to the Purcell upsampler). I either recall or maybe guess (!) that RIAA EQ may have been carried out in the digital domain. Were other EQ curves available? I do not know the resolution that was used for the A/D conversion but this may also have been user selectable.
Here is my question: what it was called? It has been bugging me for ages. I assume that given the vintage it may have been given the name of a British composer.