World's smallest DAC? Check out M2Tech's hiFace USB DAC

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  1. admin Audioholics Robot Staff Member

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    Is this the smallest DAC in the world? We think so. The question is, will the quality be worth the $295 cost of entry and do you need more features than a simple stereo analogue output?

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    Read what else we said about the M2Tech hiFace USB DAC
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  2. fmw Audioholic Samurai

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    In order to sell it, they probably need to put it in a 17" wide cabinet with 5 lb. weight in it. ;)
    fmw,
  3. haraldo Audioholic Spartan

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    Review please !!!!!!!

    M2tech do also have other very interesting products, like a USB based s/pdif interface, good if you already have a hi-end dac :D
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  4. Plasmali Audiophyte

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    size correction: Metric - (2 x 1.4 x 8.8cm)

    just thought I would correct the size in the announcement. It's actually metric at 2cm x 1.4cm x 8.8cm:)
  5. macddmac Audioholic General

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    Looks like audioquest's dragonfly.. Only 50$ more. I'll take a dozen!! Not:D
    Audioengine D1 is 130.00 less ,has 2 inputs, and you can adjust volume on the unit. Not much larger either.
    Cheers, Mac
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