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  1. Here is a link to an Enjoy The Music CES 2015 interview with Bruno Putzeys describing his new DAC, which will be available later on this summer as an internal plug-in to the Makua and also as a stand alone DAC. Both DACs will have Bluetooth streaming from your iPhone or Android phone / iPad as well as accepting Quad DSD / 32/385kHz PCM over USB. The external DAC should be 10dB quieter than the internal version. The external unit will also accept UpNP and DLNA, so you will be able to stream to the DAC from a Hard Drive or NAS without a computer, control it from your Tablet using an App. Bruno mentioned that it will take the DAC chip manufacturers approx 10 - 20 years to match these performance levels. We hope to have a more advanced prototype on display during the Newport Show at the end of May. Having a reference level phono stage & DAC and next year Tone Controls all in the Makua Preamp will certainly make for a v. clean stereo system.