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The Zen DAC Signature is actually positioned as a slightly different beast to the regular model, sacrificing the Zen DAC's headphone amplifier and getting upgraded fully balanced circuitry instead – namely improved capacitors and shorter, more direct signal paths – in the name of enhanced sound quality. File support and inputs match the exhaustive tally of the original model, though: it's compatible with PCM (up to 32-bit/384kHz), native DSD (up to DSD256), DXD and MQA tracks and boasts USB Type B and RCA sockets, plus a balanced Pentaconn 4.4mm output. For those who value headphones listening, the idea here is that the Zen DAC Signature is paired with the Can Signature 6XX headphone amplifier.
Speaking of which, the all-new Signature variant of the Zen Can also largely mirrors the versatile functionality of its legacy model (namely four gain settings and RCA, 3.5mm, 6.3mm and balanced 4.4mm connections) but too benefits from superior balanced circuit design.
There's a new custom EQ setting called ActivEQ, and in the Zen Can Signature 6XX it has been specifically tailored to the Massdrop x Sennheiser HD 6XX headphones (based on Sennheiser's HD 650, which iFi says can also benefit from this specific EQ curve)
Σχετικα με την τιμή,
Για το Σετ που περιλαμβάνει τα: Zen Dac Signature + Zen Can Signature + Pentaconn 4.4 balanced cable + 2 x iPower X = 570 ευρώ.
Κυκλοφορουν και μεμονωμένα τα κομμάτια ως Signature, στα 285€ (έκαστο ) με δώρο το iPower X
Στα μεμονωμένα το καλώδιο pentaconn 4.4 πωλείται ξεχωριστά.