Mytek Liberty DAC is a 32bit/384k PCM converter, DSD256, MQA DAC with integrated high-performance headphone amplifier. ESS9018 Sabre chip, USB2, AES, SPDIF and Toslink inputs. RCA and balanced (TRS) outputs. Width 1/3 rack. Universal power supply.
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Liberty DAC is the Mytek newest general purpose PCM/MQA/DSD USB2 DAC designed for high quality music playback and monitoring of all digital audio formats including all high resolution formats. The DAC features several digital inputs, digital volume control and unbalanced as well as balanced audio outputs and a high performance headphone amplifier. Designed as a little brother of Brooklyn DAC, Liberty DAC provides robust performance in small portable 1/3 rack package. Liberty DAC is shipping now.
up to 384k, 32bit PCM, native DSD
up to DSD256, DXD, 127dB Dynamic Range
MQA HI-RES DECODER:
built in certified hardware
USB2 Class2 (OSX, Linux driverless,
all formats), AES/EBU (PCM up to 192k, up to DSD64 DOP), 2x S/PDIF (PCM up to 192k, up to DSD64 DOP), Toslink/ADAT 2x S/PDIF (PCM up to 192k, up to DSD64 DOP)
1 pair of unbalanced RCA, 1 pair of balance TRS, TRS To XLR Metropolis Cable can be added as option
Reference High Current, High transient Headphone Amp, 300mA, 3 Watts, single unbalanced headphone jack, designed to drive hard to drive headphones, 0.1 Ohm impedance
Low noise with 10ps of jitter
Upgradable via USB via Mytek Control panel
OPTIONAL DC/BATTERY POWER INPUT:
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Founder Michal Jurewicz arrived in New York in 1989 after graduating from Warsaw University with a degree in Electronics and Acoustics. His first job was as a technical engineer at the Hit Factory, New York's largest recording studio, and he was soon hired by Skyline, home to legendary producer Nile Rodgers. Michal started designing digital audio converters while he was at Skyline, and his first conversion prototypes were used to mix many of the successful albums of the early 90s, including those of Mariah Carey, James Taylor and B52s. Michal founded Mytek Digital in 1992 in New York City. Since the beginning of the 2000s, production and programming of design and development activities have been carried out in Warsaw. Brooklyn was the first Mytek-branded DAC to perform MQA decoding.
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