Many excellent reviews including Stereophile: M2Tech's Young can handle 32-bit resolution via USB (and up to 24 bits via S/PDIF or AES/EBU), as well as sampling frequencies up to 384kHz via USB, or 192kHz via S/PDIF and AES/EBU. Its asynchronous USB input is based on M2Tech's hiFace technology, which is used in their line of USB-to-S/PDIF converters. Please note currently the M2tech Young DAC does not work
with the El Capitan OSX until the new driver is released. There is no issue when connected to Windows PC, coaxial, optical , and AES. Also the YOUNG DAC has universal voltage adapter so it can used worldwide.
The M2Tech designers have largely ignored the filter in the Burr-Brown PCM1795 DAC chip used in the Young, instead implementing a custom oversampling "minimum phase" filter aimed at eliminating pre-ringing, and which internally processes the data at 32-bit/768kHz. Upsampling can't be bypassed, and there are no user-adjustable filters or other settings. What M2Tech has selected and programmed into the Xilinx Spartan FPGA on the Young's circuit board is what you get.
Read more at http://www.stereophile.com/content/m2tech-young-da-processor-amp-palmer-power-station-battery-power-supply#fFa3iVrWwWYIUt4s.99
Please note there are minor imperfections on the bottom side of the back and front which is barely noticeable. THE PRICE IS FIRM-NO LOW BALL OFFERS.
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