|Package Dimensions||21.2 x 17.8 x 7.2 cm; 320 Grams|
|Item Weight||320 g|
|Item Model Number||MKII-Black|
|Date First Available||13 March 2020|
SMSL Sanskrit 10th MKII USB DAC HiFi AK4493 XMOS Chips 32bit/384KHZ D5D256 Optical Coaxial Mini Decoder with Remote Control(Black)
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- ♬AKM'S latest performance DAC chip AK4493,it has been carefully adjusted by talented engineers to achieve an unprecedented low distortion of 0.0002%(-113db)!
- ♬The 2nd Generation XMOS Program:PCM sampling rate up to 32bit/384KHZ;DSD support to D5D256 exclusive custom supportfor Native DSD drivers
- ♬XMOS processing module supports the OTG function through the conversion line, can receive digital signals from mobile phones , and realize high-definition decoding of PCM and DSD.
- ♬2 Japanese NDK ultra-low phase noise clocks, greatly reducing the system JITTER.
- ♬Wireless remote control,can be used as a preamp,standard compact remote control for easily volume control and easy to use.
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SMSL Sanskrit 10th MKII USB DAC HiFi AK4493 XMOS Chips 32bit/384KHZ D5D256 Optical Coaxial Mini Decoder with Remote Control
NOTE：When using the remote control for the first time, please press the "C" key.
For more details about the remote control, please check the attached paper manual.
1.Elegant and simple shape, showing a different style of fashion;Ultra-small design, easy to use, and supports a variety of placement ways
2.Built-in gravity acceleration transducer，automatically switches the screen!
3.Low-noise power purification system for optimal performance via USB power only.
4.The professional shape design uses an anodized CNC aluminum alloy housing.
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By Isaac Yin on 30 November 2020