Digital to Analog Converter

100DDigital to Analog Converter

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The MOON 100D Digital-to-Analog Converter accepts USB, S/PDIF and TosLink inputs. Intended for use with a computer via the USB input, the remaining inputs allow for interfacing with other source components such as a music server, digital transport, etc. All digital input signals are processed through an asynchronous sample rate converter and then 24-bit DACs.The 100D is housed in a compact chassis constructed of rigid aluminium and features a 1/4" brushed and anodized faceplate. Don't be deceived by its small footprint since trickle-down technology dominates, thanks in no small part to its larger sibling, the 300D ... Amazing things do come in small packages. 

Using 24-bit/1.411MHz processing, the MOON 100D will faithfully reproduce your digital music in an effortless fashion. Accepting an input signal from 44.1 to 192kHz with a bit-depth range from 16 to 24-bits, jitter is a virtual non-issue thanks to the asynchronous operation of this DAC. Sonically, it portrays all of the Simaudio hallmarks: clean, powerful, fast, extended bass combined with an open midrange and airy extended high frequencies.

An important note about the 100D's USB input: 
The USB input on the MOON 100D accepts a digital audio signal of up to 16-bits/48kHz. 

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Technical aspects

Power supply with 3 stages of DC voltage regulation
A fully asynchronous sample rate converter
BurrBrown PCM1793 high-resolution 24-bit/192-kHz D/A and 8X oversampling digital filter
Accurate digital clocking system for exceptionally low intrinsic jitter levels
Advanced analog signal path using a DC servo circuit and proprietary analog filter
Accurate matching of military-grade components with ultra-tight tolerances using surface-mount technology for extremely short signal paths
Compact, rigid all-aluminum chassis with gold-plated RCA connectors

Magazine reviews

 The Absolute Sound  (USA)  Neil Gader  Issue #215 - September 2011
 Audio Magazine  (Korea)  Staff  April 2011
 Audiotechnique  (Hong Kong)   Staff  June 2011  No. 357
 Hi-Files   (Serbia)    Zoran Karapandzic  July 2011  #42
 Hi-Fi News (United Kingdom)   John Bamford   August 2013 
 hxos   (Greece)   Staff   January 2011  #454 
 On Off   (Spain)   Juan C. Munoz   February 2011   #222
 T3   (Croatia)   Milan Rupic   April / May 2011 
 UHF Magazine  (Canada)   Gerard Rejskind    Vol. 90 - 2011 
 yam - hifihivi  (www)  (Taiwan)  Lin Jialiang  June 2013