New Upgrade Now Features Asynchronous USB Circuitry
Musical Fidelity's MkII version of the wildly popular V-DAC has a brand new look to go with its upgraded circuitry. In addition to the vastly improved cosmetics, the V-DAC MkII has been refined to include the highly regarded V-LINK asynchronous USB input filter – a $189 value.
"It Reminded Me of a Top Quality Vinyl Front End"
"First and foremost the V-DAC II is superb value for the money, offering the latest technology in a discrete package with looks that do its quality internals justice," notes Andrew Simpson in his October 2011 review for England's Hi-fi News magazine. "It reminded me of a top quality, neutral vinyl front end."
The V-DAC MkII also features an upgraded power supply, which improves image clarity, detail, and focus. The Musical Fidelity design team also tweaked the overall circuitry. The end result of these enhancements is to bring distortion down to even lower levels than before. In fact, MkII boasts half the low distortion level of the already exceptional original model V-DAC.
The V-DAC MkII's 24-bit, 192 kHz upsampling gives you true high-def sound. It uses the highly regarded Burr Brown DSP 1796 chipset.
USB, Toslink, and Coaxial Connections
So, now more than ever, V-DAC's performance is way beyond so-called state-of-the-art competition. The USB input lets you connect a PC or portable digital device and experience your musical files in a whole new light. Also on board are Toslink and coaxial digital connections.
The ruler-flat frequency response and excellent stereo separation restore the authenticity that's missing from some digital recordings. Musical Fidelity uses state-of-the-art digital components and implements them with state-of-the-art circuitry and layout.