|General description||Digital-to-Analogue Converter|
|DAC||ESS Sabre32 Reference ES9018K2M|
|Sampling Rate||Optical,Coaxial: 192kHz;
DSD64, DSD128, DSD256
|Digital Input||Coaxial, Optical, USB micro-B for PC/Android,
USB-A for iOS, Bluetooth
|Digital Output||Coaxial, Optical|
|Output Voltage||5Vrms ±0.1|
|Frequency Response||20Hz – 20KHz (± 0.2dB)|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||115dB （A Weighted）|
|Battery||Li-ion Type DC 3.7V 5000mAh|
|Playback Time||Up to 7 hours|
|Dimensions (mm)||34mm x 136mm x 178mm|
Like the M-DAC+, the M-DAC Mini is equipped to process PCM audio data up to 32-bit/384kHz via USB, ensuring it is primed to take full advantage of hi-res digital sound both now and in the future. The USB input also supports DSD64, DSD128 and DSD256 – a significant inclusion, as DSD has an important role to play in the developing hi-res audio scene.
Sonic performance is paramount throughout the M-DAC Mini’s circuit design. For example, while most portable DACs control volume in the digital domain, which results in lost ‘bits’ and therefore reduced signal quality, the M-DAC Mini uses a high-quality analogue potentiometer like those more commonly found in full-size hi-fi separates.