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Vincent DAC-1
Vincent DAC-1
Vincent DAC-1

Vincent DAC-1: Upgraded DAC improving its sound and capabilities

Vincent has upgraded its junior DAC-1 DAC, improving its sound and capabilities. Vincent DAC-1 MK now supports DSD signal reception via USB input and can play files with a maximum resolution of 32 bit / 384 kHz. Via optical and coaxial input, the DAC-1 MK processes digital signals with a maximum resolution of 24-bit / 192 kHz.

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The Vincent DAC-1 MK uses an ES9038 chip as a DAC chip, and all subsequent signal processing occurs using a balanced circuit. To achieve the best possible sound, only high-quality parts from reputable manufacturers (such as WIMA or Nichicon) were used.

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Just like the older model Vincent DAC-7, the Vincent DAC-1 MK power supply uses a transformer with a double winding. One winding is intended exclusively for the analog part of the device, the other – only for the digital part. Both parts receive optimal power and also minimize interference. This improves dynamics and allows you to get a music signal with virtually no loss.

Specifications Vincent DAC-1 MK

Frequency range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz (+/-0.5 dB)
Distortion rate: <0.0004%
Signal-to-noise ratio: >95 dB
Dynamic range: >100 dB
Maximum signal frequency: Coaxial/Optical – PCM24/192 (DSD64), USB- PCM32/384 (DSD256)
Audio output voltage: 2.5 V
Channel separation: >90 dB
Maximum power: 35 W
Inputs: 1 x USB, 1 x Opt, 1 x Coax, 3.5 mm jack power control
Outputs: 1 x Stereo RCA, 1 x Stereo XLR, 3.5 mm jack power control
Supported formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, ALAC, FLAC, APE, WAC, DSD
Finish: black / silver
Dimensions: 430 x 79 x 343 mm
Weight: 5.5 kg

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