According to the brand, the Liberty DAC II is designed for high quality music playback and monitoring of all digital audio formats, including all high definition formats. The DAC is equipped with multiple digital inputs, a digital volume control, as well as unbalanced and balanced audio outputs, and a high performance headphone amplifier.
In fact, this is the younger brother of the branded Brooklyn DAC. The Liberty DAC is built in a small, portable 1/3 rackmount case based on the ES9038 chipset. The device is capable of handling up to 768k/32-bit PCM, native DSD up to DSD512, DXD. The signal-to-noise ratio is 127 dB. A special advantage of the Mytek Liberty DAC II DAC is the built-in certified hardware MQA decoder.
Liberty DAC II digital inputs include: USB2 Class2 (OSX, Linux driverless, all audio formats), AES/EBU (PCM up to 192k, up to DSD64 DOP), 2x S/PDIF (PCM up to 192k, up to DSD64 DOP), Toslink/ADAT 2x S/PDIF (PCM up to 192k, up to DSD64 DOP). And the tax outputs are 1 pair of unbalanced RCA and 1 pair of balanced XLR.
In addition, according to Mytek, a reference high-current, high-transient, 300mA, 3W headphone amplifier is on board. The DAC has been upgraded via USB. Power supply – built-in increased linear, based on a 60 W toroidal transformer, with automatic voltage switching.