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I found this on a website in hebrew (translated by Google):

 

http://www.hifimusic.co.il/???-??????%3A-?????-??????-?????-?-M2Tech-t2919.html

 

"System received a hotfix Malieve Sound, Importer M2Tech Israel on three new products of the company are about to leave soon.

 

hiFace Evo

 

Following the success of the hiFace (friends, is really good, oven review) the company spends more senior version with several improvements:

- High-quality aluminum instead dongle

- No external power source via the USB

- Possibility of an external clock source (master clock)

- W / SPDIF output RCA and BNC configuration

- Port AES / EBU with XLR Konketoar (including possibility to switch between the pro audio home system)

- Optical toslink port

- Port I2S

 

Serial production will start in July.

 

USB DAC Young 384/32

 

Allowing analogue to digital converter sampling frequency is not conventional and the following features:

 

- Brushed aluminum

- Supports sampling frequencies of 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192, 352.8 *, 384 *

* Only USB interface

- Supports sampling depth of 32-bit on USB and other 24-bit entries

- A digital inputs: USB, toslink, SPDIF RCA & BNC, AES / EBU

- Analog output RCA Single Anded

- External power supplier

- Display a matrix showing the locked entrance to the selected frequency

 

Serial production will start end of July.

 

 

 

 

 

Vaughan 384/32 USB DAC reference

 

Analogue to digital converter Rafaranc level, with the following features:

 

- Large Brushed aluminum (44 cm by 44 cm high 8 cm)

- Supports sampling frequencies of 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192, 352.8, 384

- Supports sampling depth of 32 bit on USB and other entrances to the 24-bit

- A digital inputs: USB, toslink, SPDIF RCA & BNC, AES / EBU, I2S

Most of the duplicate entries, including a parallel connection can achieve high sampling frequency.

- Master Clock entry

- Single Anded analog output, and XLR balanced and RCA

- Headphone

- Internal power supplier includes the ability to work with the battery (including charger)

- Matrix display that shows the selected entry to the locked frequency, including many options configuration page

- Digital Volume (option for atonement Champ)

- Eight chip D2A (four channel)

- Flagship product, may be given to less expensive options with limited functionality.

 

Serial production will start end of July. "

 

 

Kamil

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I.G.

 

Are you saying you think the M2Tech DAC is only worth $400-450 (though as they are Italian IIRC would be € not $) or you have information that that is what price it will be?

 

Eloise

 

PS. Posted at HiFi Wigwam by Coops / Keith, confirming the details of the Evo posted above (edited for clarity and readability)...

 

USB - S/PDIF converter based on the same technology as the HiFace but with many improvements:


    Aluminium case 105x100x 45mm,
    input for external supply (7 to 11VDC);
    input for external Master Clock (BNC with transformer);
    2 x S/PDIF outputs (RCA and 75 Ohms BNC);
    AES/EBU output with XLR connector and settable format (consumer and professional) by an internal jumper;
    TOSlink output;
    ST output;
    direct I2S output with 3.3V interface.

 

All outputs (except I2S) are transformer-decoupled to avoid ground noise and EMI interference. Three LEDs indicate power, data stream in input and external clock presence.

Estimated price, inc. VAT is Euros £300, delivery hopefully July.

 

Keith if you're here - is that €300 (euros) or £300 (GB pounds) - not that there's much difference now.

 

Eloise

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...in my opinion / experience...

While I agree "Everything may matter" working out what actually affects the sound is a trickier thing.

And I agree "Trust your ears" but equally don't allow them to fool you - trust them with a bit of skepticism.

keep your mind open... But mind your brain doesn't fall out.

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@I.G.

 

Then with all due respect you should read 'synapse's post more carefully ... he said the 'junior' DAC will be around £800, no comment on the price for the Evo.

 

Eloise

 

Eloise

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...in my opinion / experience...

While I agree "Everything may matter" working out what actually affects the sound is a trickier thing.

And I agree "Trust your ears" but equally don't allow them to fool you - trust them with a bit of skepticism.

keep your mind open... But mind your brain doesn't fall out.

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Any news on the Vaughan dac?

Is it based on the es9018 chip?

 

Looking forward to give it a try in my system. Price in Denmark are 30000Dkr = €4000/$5000.

 

iMac 21,5\"/iTunes/Pure Music -> Ayre QB-9 -> Pass Labs XP-10 -> Pass Labs X150.5 -> Avantgarde Acoustic Duo G2

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