Manhattan II DAC can be connected to your home Wi-Fi network, paying less than a thousand dollars

The company introduced the Mytek Manhattan DAC II, which combines the functions of pre-amp and network player. Mytek Manhattan DAC II is built on a 32-bit chip ESS ES9038Pro, with a dynamic range up to 140 dB and harmonic distortion at the level of 0.0004%. Generator with increased precision (femto clock) keeps jitter (of the order of 0.82 PS) and the noise at the lowest level, your contribution makes a separate power supply digital and analog sections. It is worth noting the two-layer case with an inner steel and outer aluminum shell. There are digital and analog volume controls that work with step of 1 dB, you can disable them using a relay for a smaller impact on the signal.

Mytek Manhattan DAC II podderjivaet DSD (up to DSD256), MQA and PCM (up to 384kHz). The list of inputs include USB, AES/EBU, two S/PDIF, TosLink, SDIF-3, two RCA and balanced XLR. Two headphone outputs by a single amplifier 6 watts (current up to 500 mA), outputs are RCA and balanced XLR. Network capabilities optional, for implementing them will require a proprietary Wi-Fi adapter, compatible with the protocols of Airplay, Roon, DLNA, Spotify Connect and operating system Android and iOS. Mytek Manhattan DAC II is estimated at $5995, the Wi-Fi adapter is so good that costs $995.


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