Mytek Liberty DAC II: Affordable DAC headphone amplifier

Mytek Liberty DAC II

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Liberty DAC II – the most affordable DAC headphone amplifier Mytek, about which the company proudly announced , “developed in New York.” The novelty received quite comprehensive characteristics, working out 32-bit PCM at frequencies up to 768 kHz, as well as native DSD up to DSD512 and DXD.

Called the little brother of the Brooklyn DAC , the Liberty DAC II is powered by an ES9038 chipset coupled with a 10 ps clock. As a result, the device is promised a signal-to-noise ratio of no worse than 127 dB.

Fans of advanced Internet audio services will appreciate the built-in certified hardware MQA Hi-Res decoder. The Liberty DAC II accepts a digital signal on USB2 and AES / EBU interfaces, supplemented by an S / PDIF pair and a Toslink / ADAT pair. The novelty accepts updates via USB. Analog outputs are available in RCA unbalanced and XLR balanced versions.

In addition, the future owners of the Liberty DAC II are at the service of the future owners of the Liberty DAC II – a reference, according to the manufacturer, a high-current headphone amplifier, ready to deliver up to 3 W in a channel with its own output impedance of 0.1 Ohm. All this is assembled in a case measuring 140x225x44 mm and weighing 2 kg.

In the US, the Mytek Liberty DAC II headphone DAC will cost $ 1,300.

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