Digital to Analogue Converter (2011-13)
Digital converter: ESS Sabre32 9018, 32 bit
Digital Inputs: Coaxial, Optical, USB
Sampling Frequency: 16, 24 bit, 32, 44, 48, 96, 192kHz
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Dynamic range: 115dB
Signal to Noise Ratio: 112dB
Total harmonic distortion: 0.002%
Line output: 2.25V (unbalanced), 4.5V (balanced)
Dimensions: 250 x 59 x 252mm
Finish: black, silver
Accessories: remote control
Price: GBP £600 (2012)
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Reviewed Jul 14th, 2016 by lunkan76
Probably the best Dac you can buy for money on the market today, it fits in the price range from 1200 € up to 1500 € (2012-2016) from my point of view.
Price at 600-700 € new from stores in 2016.
-That is a bargain compare to the good quality of the product and the possibilities to upgrade or personalize your own Dac.
The M-dac has lot of different hardware and software upgrades from real hardcore tech-enthusiast/professionells.
Software is possible to download from M-dac Wiki page (www.mdac.referata.com) and you can read more about hardware updates.
I think this is a must try product if you want a real good Dac or preamplifier, including a nice petite remote control.
/Bjorn Lundqvist, Sweden
In the moment of this review the M-dac runs as preamp, whit
the following products.
CD Player: TEAC PD-501HR
Wireless Audio 1: Apple Airplay Express + MacBook
Wireless Audio 2: S.M.L.S, X3 WiFi player + PC and MacBook
Speakers: JBL 4343A WX (refurbished by KenrickSound)
Amplifiers: 4 x B&O ICEpower ASP1000 Class-D_Monoblock
Active crossover: DBX 223 SX
Reviewed Jun 26th, 2015 by StefanA