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Ciamarasound posted a topic in Ciamara (Sponsored)Evo PhonoDAC Two Phono Preamp + DXD-DSD A/D-D/A Converter ($1600) The new M2Tech Evo PhonoDAC Two combines a high-quality phono preamp, DXD A/D conversion, DXD and DSD D/A conversion that allows you to connect a turntable or digital sources (computer, streamer, CD player) to your stereo system to not only listen, but create digital recordings and vinyl rips at a very high level. It features 32 bits resolution, coaxial S/PDIF inputs, single-ended analog inputs and outputs on gold-plated RCA females, IR remote control with HID capability, external clock input with clock info output, phono EQ in digital domain, input gain 0dB to 62dB, input impedance continuously settable 10 Ohms to 50k Ohms, same form factor of all Evo Two products. It can also be powered by any 7.5V to 15V power supply, as well as achieve even better performance by using it with the Evo Clock Twoand/or Evo Supply Two. So if you're looking for a one-box solution to handle your turntable and digital playback needs, as well as give you the ability to create high-quality digital recordings of your vinyl collection, then this might be exactly what you're looking for. It even has the ability to connect to a word and master clock generator, which is almost unheard of at this price. Summary of Features The Evo PhonoDAC Two is a very high value-for-money digital/analog combo capable of converting analog to digital up to DXD and DXD and DSD to analog. Bi-directional USB 2.0 Audio Class compliant port is natively supported (no driver needed) by OSX and Linux. ASIO-compliant driver for Windows is provided. High precision, low-jitter clocks allow for exceptional detail resolution, maximizing the 32-bit capability of the ESS Sabre ES9018K2M (D/A) and ES9102S (A/D)conversion IC’s. Versatile analog input stage allows for setting it’s gain from 0dB to 62dB, allowing for any low-output cartridge to be directly coupled to it, as well as line-level sources like CD players, tuners, tape decks, etc. Input impedance may be set to any value between 10 Ohms and 50,000 Ohms, accommodating all kind of cources. Capable of performing real-time, digital domain phono equalization, using any of the 26 EQ curves provided with it. Offers ancillary filters like anti-rumble, anti-hiss and MPX allow for best playback and ripping from warped, scratched or worned records, as well as from cassette tapes or FM and AM broadcast. De-jitter feature allows for exceptionally good performance from coaxial and connection. High quality polypropylene capacitors and a low-noise opamp in the analog sections (input and output) for best sonic results. IR remote control allows for accessing all Evo PhonoDAC Two features (volume, balance, muting, input selection and many other menu settings), as well as taking advantage of the HID protocol to control the player on the computer without manually accessing the keyboard. Improved performance when used with the Evo Clock Two and/or Evo Supply Two. High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272)
Hello All, My first post here so firstly want to say thanks to all the members as I have learnt alot from you all. I am a novice in the area of computer audio so have spent some time going through the DAC and Disk Storage sections and find that my situation sits somewhere in between. I currently have a Synology 214Play NAS that I use to store my music which is connected directly via usb to my M51 DAC. The NAS come with a very good audio app that I use to play music directly without the addition of a computer. After reading many threads I find the general concensus is that a good USB to spdif converter will help to improve the sound of my current setup over direct usb. I have limit choices from where I am and want to have compatibility with my NAS. This narrows me down to the M2Tech HiFace EVO. Thanks to Elberoth for your review. My choice for the Evo is a combination of availability and compatibility. Finally to my questions as I have not found much discussion relating to this. How is the EVO's performance partnered with the accompanying Evo Supply in comparison to the power supply from Teddy Pardo? Are they the same thing or would Evo's own supply provide the better sound? Lastly as my DAC can automatically switch between my 44.1k and higher quality files, will adding the EVO between the NAS and DAC still provide the automatic detection? Thanks in advance for any advice or any alternatives. Andrew
I have for sale a wonderful pairing of items which I will only sell together. M2Tech Hi-Face Evo & Bolder Deluxe Linear Power Supply (with upgraded DC output cable option). This is a set which give you a State of the Art USB>S/PDIF Output Interface. You probably know exactly what this is if you are here in the first place - but for more information: http://www.m2tech.biz/evo.html Retail on the M2Tech is $500, the power supply $800; total for the pair is therefore $1300, my asking price is $600 Adult home, no smoking/pets, cared for and appreciated equipment - sad to let it go. Paypal and shipping are for the buyer.....