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    Features
    Built-in D/A converter
    Yes
    Headphone output
    No
    USB
    Yes
    Available colours
    Black, Silver, Blue

    General

    Built-in D/A converter
    Yes
    D/A audio
    24 bit / 192 kHz
    DAC (audio chip)
    Wolfson WM8742
    Can be used as a preamplifier

    Connectors

    Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)
    0 pc
    Analogue RCA stereo inputs
    0 pair
    Analogue RCA stereo outputs
    1 pair
    Balanced input (analogue) XLR
    0 pair
    Balanced input digital XLR (AES / EBU)
    0 pc
    Balanced output (analogue) XLR
    0 pair
    Balanced output digital XLR (AES / EBU)
    0 pc
    Digital coaxial input (S/PDIF)
    2 pc
    Digital coaxial output (S/PDIF)
    1 pc
    Digital optical input (S/PDIF)
    2 pc
    Digital optical output (S/PDIF)
    1 pc
    Firewire
    No
    Headphone output
    No
    Pre output (full range)
    Tele plug 6.3mm input
    0 pc
    USB
    Yes
    USB powered (only mha USB)
    No

    Design

    Available colours
    Black, Silver, Blue

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    270 mm
    Height
    80 mm
    Width
    215 mm
    Weight
    4 kg

    Features

    Features

    Communication

    Wireless connection
    None

    Compatibility

    High resolution audio formats

    Audio features

    Tone/balance controller

    Power supply

    Battery operated
    No
    Separate power connector (mains)
    Small power inlet connector (e.g. IEC C7)

    Miscellaneous

    Release year
    2011

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Reviews

    4.5 of 5 stars

    Based on 13 reviews

    firebird_350
    2015-07-23
    After listening to the Rega DAC for about 1 hour, it is clear that they have previously missed something, the music. The sound of this already as crude without recording beats CD's and DVD's own DACs by far. That then feeds a tube amp with the giving's not something worse results straight. As someone previously wrote the musical to the level of detail can not be ashamed and "beat time" is there to max. Must only recommend this DAC ..... // Harry S.
    eduardo
    2013-12-06
    Have had this dac for a while now and am very satisfied. Previously had a Cambridge Dac Magic, who were very capable, but Regan is significantly better. Tested also Hegel HD 10, Arcam RDAC and Musical Fidelity M1, but fell for Regan. Above all, it is very good at reproducing, rhythm and emotional in music. The soundstage is also homogeneous, stable and calm.
    Ulf_sjo
    2013-05-30
    Highly Recommended. Built as a safe and stomping beat effect. Switched from DacMagic Plus to Rega DAC and it certainly is a difference. In my opinion, easily worth 3000 extra.
    edwijn
    2013-05-24
    Really nice dac Have a little warmer tone compared to other products. Should be listened to
    MBJAY
    2013-05-20
    really good synergy with my Nait XS. well made power supply. a little sad that it is not able to receive the digital signal from the airport express (first generation). tested 2p different. Will also test with apple tv, will return with results. Would rather use the airport express, however, because appletv3 not send digital infon Bit Perfect. Have now driven atv3 in a month and it works perfect.
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