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The Zen DAC Signature V2 that builds on its predecessor in all the best ways—principle of which is the introduction of a 16-core processor instead of the V1’s 8 cores. This allows for much more powerful sampling with vivid details Read More
The Zen DAC Signature V2 that builds on its predecessor in all the best ways—principle of which is the introduction of a 16-core processor instead of the V1’s 8 cores. This allows for much more powerful sampling with vivid details. The Zen V2 also uses a low-jitter crystal clock, which offers more than 20 decibels of improved noise reduction over other models. Like much of iFi’s consumer-grade models, the Zen V2 brings the parts and circuitry from iFi’s high-end models to a lower price point—giving you a professional sound without professional investment. This all amounts to a desktop DAC that can give you up to 32 bits and 384 kilohertz of sampling, MQA compatibility for studio-grade audio, High-Res audio functionality, and clean, untarnished headroom. Weighing just one pound, the Zen DAC Signature V2 features plenty of balanced inputs on the back and a clean unbalanced right/left RCA pair or a balanced 4.4-millimeter option to connect to your speakers of choice.
DAC: Bit-Perfect DSD & DXD DAC by Burr Brown
Processor: XMOS 16-core
Sampling rate: Up to 32-bit, 384 kHz
SNR: 117 dB
Power consumption: 2.5 W
Input: USB 3.0 B socket
Outputs: (2) Unbalanced RCA, balanced 4.4 mm
Dimensions: 6.2 x 4.6 x 1.4 in (15.8 x 11.7 x 3.5 cm)
Weight: 1.1 lbs (0.51 kg)
Estimated ship date is June 27, 2022 PT.
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I’m looking for a solution for the following situation. I have a legacy receiver circa 1990 that has no digital capabilities. I’m looking for a device that can capture Amazon’s high def music service and delivery it to the rca inputs on the receiver. I’m currently using a Roku stick through an old tv. I want better sound. Any solutions?