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The Young MkIV gives you total control of the music flowing from your sources to the amplifier and then to the speakers. With a wealth of input channels and extensive control options, you have always full command on your audio system, with the greatest confidence that the quality of the original music material is delivered to the speakers without any detriment. Whether your source is a computer, a smartphone, a DVD player or a turntable, the Young MkIV delivers a crisp and alive analog sound at its outputs, to drive any amplifier at best. You control it by the front panel encoder, using the remote control or by your Android smartphone via the same wireless connection which allows you to stream audio. Streaming lovers will enjoy the high quality ensured by MQA©, while smartphone users will take advantage of aptX. M2Tech has adopted MQA to support master quality playback and streaming. MQA is an innovative encoding algorithm that captures the original master sound quality; ‘folds’ the file into a smaller size for easy streaming or download; and authenticates the file when it plays back on an MQA-enabled device. M2Tech recognizes the sonic and technical advantages of MQA, therefore all M2Tech DAC products will include MQA in their format decoding pool. Inputs: Analog single-ended (RCA)S/PDIF (RCA)AES/EBU (XLR)Optical (Toslink)USB 2.0 high speedBluetooth©I2S (HDMI, PS Audio standard) Outputs: Analog balanced (XLR)Analog single-ended (RCA)Trigger (jack 3.5mm) Sample frequencies: PCM 44.1kHz to 768kHzDoP 64X to 256XNative DSD 64x to 512x PCM resolution: 16 bits to 32 bits Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 122dBA (single-ended and balanced) THD+N: 0.0008% @ 5Vrms out balanced Output Voltage: 2.5Vrms or 5Vrms (single-ended)5Vrms or 10Vrms (balanced)5.5Vrms (headphones)12VDC (trigger) Output impedance: 100 Ohms (single-ended)200 Ohms (balanced) Input impedance: 47 kOhms (analog)75 Ohms (SPDIF)110 Ohms (AESEBU)100 Ohms (I2S) Supply voltage: 15VDC Power Consumption: 5.7W (operational)0.15W (standby) Size: 200x200x50mm (wxdxh) Weight: net 2kg (including ancillaries)gross 2.5kg

2.099 €
36 Instalments 72,46€ / month
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The Crosby is a versatile high efficiency class-D stereo power amplifier which doesfor a perfect pair with the Young MkIII, both in size and sound. Its clean power is enough for most speakers, while its drive capability can be improved by setting it in bridge mode.In this case, the Crosby becomes a powerful mono amplifier; two Crosby in bridge mode can drive virtuallyevery speaker, be it an array of dynamic drivers or an electrostatic panel. Of course, the Crosby can be attached to every preamplifier, not only to the Young MkIII.It is provided with both single-ended and balanced inputs, plus trigger input/pass-through. Thanks to its class-D design, it is virtually impossible to destroy,all overload situations are reported on the front panel. Specifications : Inputs:single-ended (RCA)balanced (XLR)trigger (3.5mm jack) Outputs:speakers (posts)trigger pass-through (jack 3.5mm) Sensitivity:1.25Vrms5V (trigger) Input impedance:47 kOhms (single-ended)20 kOhms (balanced) Signal-to-Noise Ratio:115dBA (stereo)118dBA (bridged) THD+N:0.005% @ 60Wpc out on 8 Ohms Output Power Before Clipping:60Wpc (stereo, 8 Ohms)110Wpc (stereo, 4 Ohms)180W (bridged, 8 Ohms) Supply voltage:100-130VAC or 200-240VAC, 50/60Hz Power Consumption:615W (440Wpc on 4 Ohms mono)1.5W (standby) Size:200x200x50mm (wxdxh) Weight:net 3kg (including ancillaries)gross 3.5kg

1.390 €
Interest Free Instalments 463,33€ / month
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Extremely Low Noise Power Supply When it comes to high audio performance, the quality of the current being delivered to a hi-fi unit is overly important. Noise in the supply current may be injected into the sound or couple with critical circuits, like the clock, leading to less-than-optimal performance. A low noise supply is therefore mandatory to squeeze the last bit of sound quality out of your DAC or amplifier. Of course, a low noise design involves quality, room occupation and cost way beyond those acceptable in budget designs. That’s why M2Tech offers the Van Der Graaf MkII: users who purchased the Young MkIII and the Nash Phono Preampmplifier may later allocate some more budget to increase their performance by adding the Van Der Graaf MkII. Extremely easy to use, its benefits go from the higher stability of the clocks (with related increased soundstage sharpness and details rendition) to a darker background due to the lower noise floor. The Van Der Graaf MkII remembers the order user followed to activate the four outputs: when switching off, it follows the reverse order and remember the activation order upon subsequient switch-on. The Van Der Graaf MkII is provided with an IR receiver and is able to trap the ON/OFF commands from the remote controllers of all other Rockstars Series units. This allows user to power all the attached units on and off with a single command with the right switching order. Specifications : Input:90-265VAC, 50/60Hz (VDE socket) Outputs:2 x 9VDC or 15VDC (5.5/2.1mm jack)2 x 5VDC:+15VDC:-15VDC (4-pin XLR) Total output power:50W Residual noise:3uVrms (5Hz to 22kHz) Power consumption:60VA Size:200x200x50mm (wxdxh) Weight:net 3kg (with ancillaries)gross 3.5g

989 €
36 Instalments 34,14€ / month
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The Nash is a dedicated preamplifier and phono equalizer for every cartridge model. It is provided with two phono inputs, one for low-level MC cartridges and one for medium-high level MC cartridges and MM cartridges. Its FET-input, all-discrete components circuits feature vanishingly low noise and plenty of gain, allowing for a stunning 2.5Vrms output with 5mV on MM and 170uV on MC. The passive RIAA is implemented with high precision polypropylene capacitors. MC interface paramenters (input impedance and MC pre-pre gain) are set by potentiometer from the rear panel. As well, MM interface parameters (input impedance and capacity load) are set by DIP-switches, again from the rear panel. The Nash is provided with a Bluetooth BLE interface for control and configuration. An Android (and soon iOS) app will allow user to fully control the unit and set the configuration parameters. A comprehensive, continuously updated pickups database will make configuration faster and easier. You control the Nash by the front panel encoder, using the remote control or by the dedicated Android app via Bluetooth. Operation data are displayed on a high readability OLED display. A menu allows for setting parameters like: anti-rumble filter, MM input stage gain, etc. Two auxiliary line-level inputs make the Nash a hub or switching box for analog sources, an interesting add-on when the Nash is used together with the Young MkIII, to fully exploit the latter’s only analog input. A Young MkIII-Nash-based system may have a total of four analog sources: two phono and two line-level. The Nash noise and sound performance can be further increased by replacing the stock wall adaptor with the Van Der Graaf MkII Low Noise Power Supply. Specifications : Output Voltage:2.5Vrms (MM, 5mV input, 55dB gain) Inputs:phono MC (RCA)phono MM (RCA)2 x line-level (RCA)external power supply (4-pin XLR)trigger (3.5mm jack) Outputs:equalized line-level (RCA)trigger pass-though (jack 3.5mm) MM gain:55dB60dB65dB MC pre-pre gain:3dB to 30dB Total MC gain:58dB to 95dB MC Input impedance:10 Ohms to 50 kOhms MM Input impedance:47 kOhms15 kOhms MM Input capacitance:0pF100 pF220 pF330 pFany combination of the above Signal to noise ratio:85dBA (MM, 60dB gain)78dBA (MC, 70dB gain) Output impedance:5 Ohms Trigger input voltage:5V to 12V Supply voltage:15VDC (stock adaptor input)+5VDC;+15VDC;-15VDC (external power supply input) Power Consumption:4W (operational)0.23W (standby) Size: 200x200x50mm (wxdxh) Weight:net 2kg (including ancillaries) gross 2.5kg

1.900 €
Interest Free Instalments 316,67€ / month
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The perfect analog port for a digital audio system Turn your computer into a high resolution audio recorder! The Joplin MkIII is exactally what you need to connect your turntable to your computer or to your all-digital hi-fi system. The versatile analog front-end, with settable gain up to 65dB and variable input impedance allow user to connect every phono cartridge without the need for a phono preamplifier. In case a phono preamplifier is to be used, the analog input may be set to 0dB gain and 47 kOhms impedance, to behave as the line input of every preamplifier or integrated amplifier The internal processing block allows user to enable phono equalization in digital domain, choosing one out of several phono curves available. Digitized data are sent to a wealth of digital outputs, as well as to the USB port for recording into a file on a computer. An auxiliary SPDIF digital input enables a digital communication channel to the computer, actually providing it with a digital input. The extremely high signal-to-noise ratio, the vanishingly low distortion and the precision of the equalization curves make for a virtually transparent link between your turntable cartridge and your digital preamplifier and your computer. Specifications : Inputs:analog single-ended (RCA)SPDIF (RCA) Outputs:SPDIF (RCA)AESEBU (XLR)optical (Toslink) USB 2.0 high speedI2S Sample frequencies:PCM 44.1kHz to 384kHz Sample frequencies on I2S output:PCM 44.1kHz to 768kHz, DSD 64x to 256x PCM resolution:16 bits to 32 bits Signal-to-Noise Ratio:122dBA (gain: 0dB)THD+N:0.0003% (gain: 0dB) Input sensitivity:2.5Vrms (gain: 0dB)1.4mVrms (gain: 65dB) Analog gain:0dB; 10dB to 65dB Digital gain:average 6-8dB with each phono curve (easily interfaces with MC cartridges with output voltage down to 4-500uV with minimum loss of resolution and signal-to-noise ratio) Analog input impedance:10 Ohms to 50 kOhms || 100pF Low-pass filter:5kHz10kHzdisabled High-pass filter:50Hz16Hzdisabled MPX filter:-60dB @ 19kHz I2S output modes:off bypass (same sampling frequency as menu setting) PCM x1 (44.1/48) PCM x2 (88.2/96) PCM x4 (176.4/192) PCM x8 (352.8/384) PCM x16 (705.6/768) DSD 64x DSD 128x DSD 256x Supply voltage:15VDC Power Consumption:4W (operational)1W (standby) Size:200x200x50mm (wxdxh) Weight:net 2kg (including ancillaries)gross 2.5kg

2.600 €
36 Instalments 89,76€ / month
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The hiFace Evo Two is a true Swiss Knife for its extreme versatility. Its USB device interface is USB 2.0 Audio Class compliant and supports ASIO under Windows and Integer Mode under OSX. It is supported natively under OSX and Linux.It can be powered by the USB bus or by an external power supply like the Evo Supply Two. Its comprehensive outputs set includes S/PDIF, AES/EBU, Toslink™, and I2S in PS Audio standard.Supported formats include PCM up to 384kHz (on I2S only, up to 192kHz on all other outputs) and DSD up to 256x (on I2S only). The external clock input accepts word clocks as well as master clocks, even asynchronous to the selected sampling rate. Sampling frequency information are sent out by an optical transmitter to the clock generator for automatic clock switching.An auxiliary S/PDIF input allows for sending digital audio data to the computer for recording, as well as for sampling rate conversion through the internal SRC. A cute LCD display shows all settings, together with the selected sampling frequency. All settings, as well as HID features, are set by a remote control.Χαρακτηριστικα:The hiFace Evo Two is natively supported by OSX and Linux. A Windows driver is provided which supports ASIO.The hiFace Evo Two sports two high quality crystal oscillators which help provide a jitter-free output signal.Whenever a long cable run must be driven by the S/PDIF output, the hiFace Evo Two can deliver a higher level to compensate losses on the cable.The hiFace Evo Two accepts word clocks and master clock on its external clock input, which is handled by a special PLL circuit specifically designed for audio.When used with the Evo Clock Two, the hiFace Evo Two can send clock info to the clock generator, to make clock switching automatic.An ASRC function is available on the S/PDIF input. The signal on the S/PDIF input can be routed to all outputs with a different sampling frequency.The signal from the S/PDIF input is also sent to the computer via USB for recording.The hiFace Evo Two is totally controlled by its IR remote control, which also allows the user to control the player on the computer by the HID function.

569 €
36 Instalments 19,64€ / month
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The Evo Supply Two is a very low noise 9V power supply dedicated to the Evo Two Series products. It is provided with three outputs which deliver clean current from a low noise, discrete components regulator. Outputs are switched with a rele operated by a button on the front panel. Overcurrent protection is included on each output.The very-low-noise regulator features the same basic design as the Van Der Graaf, ensuring a residual noise which rivals that of the best high current batteries, with the extra bonus of a very long trouble-free life.Χαρακτηριστικά:The Evo Supply Two has enough current capability to power any combination of Evo Two or legacy Evo products. A carefully thought design which allows for exceptional performance from the lightest load up to the rated current delivery.The output polyswitch fuse avoids damages even in case of continuous short-circuit at one or more outputs.   

460 €
36 Instalments 15,88€ / month
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Highest quality digital audio up to 192kHz/24bit S/PDIF audio format available from your PC, MAC or Linux computer. Very low jitter oscillators, asynchronous transfer on USB.Compact size (2x2.2x10.2cm) with hi-end performances hiFace Two USB interface has been conceived to further improve the performance and ease of use of the acclaimed and award-winning hiFace. hiFace Two input format is a data stream signal with sampling frequency/resolution up to 192kHz/24bits, compliant to USB Audio 2.0 specificastions, available from a PC, MAC or Linux computer USB port. A very high quality S/PDIF stereo audio output signal is available from hiFace for your Hi-Fi system DAC (Digital to Analog Converter). HiFace looks like a small USB pendrive, featuring a very compact size. Internal very low jitter oscillators allow for playing 192kHz/24bits audio files that feature the best signal quality. hiFace Two is even easier to use than the hiFace. No drivers are necessary with either Mac and Linux computers, while a single standard driver is required for Windows computers. While the old hiFace offered Direct Sound, Kernel Streaming and WASAPI transfer modes, hiFace Two adds ASIO mode to enable interfacing to pro players and software tools. hiFace improves the audio performance over the hiFace by a new output circuit compliant with S/PDIF levels, linear regulators in place of switching ones and a clickless operation even when skipping tracks. Specifications:Input 1 x USB A type maleOutput 1 x RCA or BNC femaleI/O StandardInput USB 2.0 Audio FormatOutput S/PDIF Stereo Digital Audio FormatSampling Frequency: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4khZ, 192kHzResolution: 16 up to 24 bitDimensions: 10.2(d) x 2.2(h) x 2(w) cmPower Supply 5V DC from USB busTemperature from 0°C to 70°CWeight 50gr approx

170 €
36 Instalments 5,87€ / month
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Highest quality stereo analog audio up to 384kHz/32bit available on your PC, Mac, Linux computer, iPad or Android tablet. 2.0Vrms line output level, 112dB THD+N. Very low jitter oscillators, asynchronous 2.0 Audio Class USB. Also drives most medium- or high-impedance headphones. Highest value-for-money.Compact size (2x1.4x8.8cm) with hi-end performance hiFace DAC has been conceived to make hi-end equipment performance at hand to budget-conscious audiophiles, without any compromise. One hiFace DAC and a laptop, Mac Mini or even an iPad make for a hi-end music file source at the cost of a middle range digital interconnect.The hiFace DAC includes all necessary features to be the perfect DAC for all kind of hi-fi systems: asynchronous data transfer mode on USB 2.0, compliancy to USB 2.0 Audio Class (no drivers needed for MacOS, IOS, Linux and Android), very low phase noise oscillators and last-generation conversion IC capable of 384kHz and 23 bits.Windows users will enjoy it in Direct Sound, Kernel Streaming, WASAPI and ASIO (depending on the OS version), while Mac users will be able to take advantage from Integer mode and Direct mode. While the hiFace DAC output is purposely designed to give its best with amplifiers’ and preamplifiers’ line level inputs, it may also be used to drive medium- and high-impedance headphones: try it with iPhone’s in-ear headphones.Specifications:Connections: Input 1 x USB A type maleOutput 1 x 3.5mm stereo jack socket
I/OStandard: Input USB 2.0 Audio Format, Output stereo analogSampling Frequency 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4khZ, 192kHz, 352.8kHz, 384kHz
Resolution 16 up to 32 bitOutput voltage: 2.0Vrms @10kOhmsFrequency response: 5-22kHz (fs=44.1kHz) - 5-150kHz (fs=384kHz)THD+N: 112dB (@ 1kHz, A-weighted)Dimensions:8.8(d) x 1.4(h) x 2(w)
Power Supply:5V DC from USB bus
Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
Weight: 20gr approx.

170 €
36 Instalments 5,87€ / month
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