ARCAM IRDAC II(DSD128) - USB(1) COAX(2) Bluetooth
|Item Name||:||ARCAM IRDAC II(DSD128) - USB(1) COAX(2) Bluetooth|
|Item Type||:||Other Gadgets|
|Branch||:||Greenhills, San Juan | Location Map|
|Warranty||:||1 Month Testing Warranty|
ARCAM IRDAC II (Latest Model with Bluetooth)
Product Link: <click here>
Personal take: Giant Killer. Can go against DACS with up to 100K.
Very slightly used with plastic covers still intact.
- used for max 1 month
DSD 128 Capable
Sabre32 Reference DAC
Bluetooth feature is wonderful.
- play songs from your phone or tablet.
- play Spotify via Bluetooth
Input: COAX(2), Optical(2), USB(1)
Output: Fixed(1) + Variable(1)
- useful if your pre-amp does not have a remote control
Remote Control included
Selling for only P35,000.00
- Complete with Box, Manuals, and all accessories.
The new irDAC-II continues the story adding Bluetooth connectivity, headphone output and DSD128 support. The irDAC-II comes packed with cutting edge technology and features that will benefit the most demanding user. We have gained a lot of knowledge developing class leading DACs. Areas like isolation of the digital and analogue stages, ultralow noise power supplies and a direct coupled signal path make a big difference. We use the outstanding ESS Sabre DAC to obtain performance that we believe will be unmatched in this price category. Jitter reduction is an obsession within our engineering team. They have applied their experience in the irDAC-II to produce a signal that is almost jitter free. The headphone output stage has been taken from the flagship A49 amplifier and is capable of driving the most demanding of headphones. Both fixed and variable line outputs are also available, allowing for ultimate system building flexibility.
The irDAC-II is designed to be the heart of a digital system and can be connected to a host of different types of digital sources and connections. This includes asynchronous USB and Bluetooth. All of the inputs can be controlled through an IR remote that will also give you transport control of a PC or Mac USB source via the HID (Human Interface Device) control.