b-DAC mkIIl
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News
• The Mklll version was introduced fbruary 2013 and has a headphone output

Why would you need b-DAC ?
Improve playback from your existing CD player
Enhance the quality of your current network player
Enjoy high perfomance USB based playback

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Features & specs
• USB, SPDIF and optical inputs (5 in total), low jitter SPDIF output
• Balanced and single ended outputs
• Integrated volume control, allows direct drive of power amp directly and eliminates the need for a pre-amplifier
Headphone output drives virtually any headphone from 8 to 600 ohms
Low jitter Tentlabs clock (<1ps rms jitter) feeding the sample rate converter and dedicated reclocking stages
• 12 independent supply regulators, 3 shunt regulators
• SRC4382 upsampler, selectable sample rate
24 bits 192kHz PCM1792 DAC, al inputs reclocked
• Staggeringly low distortion-117dB at 0dBfs (thd 0,0006%)
• Selectable filters and phase
• All functions remote controlled
Striking design, includes milled aluminium front panel and stainless steel cabinet

User manual
Download mkll manual (serial nrs up to #075)
Download mklll (serial nrs #075 and higher)


24 bits USB
• Use this interface to fully explore all 24 bits from USB audio

Orders
• Go to our webshop
• Check out b-DAC dealers
• Send a mail to stay informed

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Technology
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