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A popular DAC/amp from SMSL Audio, the SD-793II has the ability to power high- and low-impedance headphones alike. It uses the low-jitter DIR9001 digital receiver chip, the highly regarded PCM1793 DAC chip, and the OPA2134 opamp, and supports signals up to 24 bit/96 kHz Read More
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A popular DAC/amp from SMSL Audio, the SD-793II has the ability to power high- and low-impedance headphones alike. It uses the low-jitter DIR9001 digital receiver chip, the highly regarded PCM1793 DAC chip, and the OPA2134 opamp, and supports signals up to 24 bit/96 kHz. On the CNC-machined, laser-engraved aluminum chassis, you’ll find a solid-looking volume knob, a quarter-inch headphone out, and both coaxial and optical interfaces for connecting to your computer, TV, DVD player, and more. The SD-793II doesn’t have a USB port, so you’ll need a source with a coaxial line out and a separate cable to utilize the DAC component.
Note: This run is limited to the SMSL SD-793II DAC/amp insilver with a US plug.
Enclosure: Laser-engraved aluminum
Digital receiver: DIR9001
DAC chip: PCM1793
OPA2134 opamp and WIMA capacitors
Signal output: RCA 2-channel
Input interfaces: Coaxial, optical (with switch)
Input frequency: 44.1, 48, 96 kHz / 16, 24 bit
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 113 dB
Dynamic range: 105 dB
Rated output: 1.7 VPP
Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz (-0.2 dB)
Total power: < 8 W
Output power: 65 mW at 16 ohm, 130 mW at 32 ohm
Distortion: 0.01% THD+N at 100 mW, 32 ohm
Voltage: 100 – 240 ACV global power
Dimensions, including protrusions: 5 x 3 x 1.4 in (12.8 x 7.7 x 3.5 cm)
Weight: 1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
Estimated ship date is Jan 4, 2022 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.
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