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USBAudio Driver for M2Tech v1.6.0's entire uninstall command line is C: Program Files M2Tech M2TECHUSBAudioDriver uninstall.exe. TUSBAudioCpl.exe is the programs's main file and it takes close to 260.00 KB (266240 bytes) on disk. Drivers for Gen 2 and Gen 5. For Windows 10: No drivers necessary. For Windows 8, 7: Schiit USB Gen2 Drivers 1.03. Once you’ve downloaded the drivers: Step 1: Go to your Downloads folder (or Desktop, or wherever you had Windows put the drivers.) Step 2: Double-Click on the SchiitUSBGen2103.zip file to expand it. The full uninstall command line for MUSBAudio Driver for M2Tech v4.12.0 is C: Program Files M2Tech M2TECHUSBAudioDriver setup.exe. MUSBAudioCplApp.exe is the programs's main file and it takes close to 383.50 KB (392704 bytes) on disk.


The M2Tech HiFace USB Digital to Analog Converter delivers stunning performance up to 384kHz/32 bits!
The M2Tech HiFace USB DAC is a Hi-End Async 2.0 Audio Class USB 384/32 DAC. Enjoy the highest quality stereo analog audio up to 384kHz/32bit available on your PC, Mac, Linux computer, iPad or Android tablet. The M2Tech HiFace USB DAC features 2.0Vrms line output level, 112dB THD+N, very low jitter oscillators, asynchronous 2.0 Audio Class USB and also drives most medium- or high-impedance headphones. The M2Tech HiFace USB DAC is the highest value-for your money.
With its compact size (2x1.4x8.8cm), the M2Tech HiFace USB DAC has been conceived to bring hi-end equipment performance to the budget conscious audiophile, without any compromise on quality. 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 M2Tech HiFace USB 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 M2Tech HiFace USB 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.
Features:
1) LOW JITTER, LOW PHASE NOISE, HIGH STABILITY OSCILLATORS Most audio interfaces and USB-provided DACs refer the data stream clock to the same USB interface clock, that often suffers a very heavy jitter (short range oscillator frequency variations). Thanks to two quartz precision oscillators used on M2Tech hiFace DAC, clock source for internal interface to the conversion IC features a very low jitter. Low jitter produces a very limited sound image distortion and degradation. Phase noise (main responsible for jitter) is also very low: this guarantees a short and long range clock stability, also reinforced by a board supply voltage regulation (e.g. at environmental temperature stability is 2-5ppm approximately, compared to 50-100ppm performed by oscillators normally used on commercial CD players).
2) USB 2.0 AUDIO COMPLIANCE No need for custom driver. Using the hiFace DAC is very easy. Just connect it to your Mac, iPad or Linux computer and it will be immediately visible in the devices list and ready to use. A driver is still necessary for Windows computers, which enables for DS, KS, WASAPI and ASIO mode.
3) COMPACT SIZE, EASE OF USE AND VERY HIGH PERFORMANCE M2Tech hiFace DAC features a very compact size and can be directly (or using an accessory USB A-A adapter, not supplied with hiFace) connected to a High Speed USB 2.0 port of any computer or tablet. A 3.5mm stereo jack socket provides an output stereo line-level signal, ready to be connected to a Hi-End system. No external power supply is required, as hiFace DAC draws its power from USB bus itself and regulates it with its internal regulators. hiFace DAC connected to a last generation mini PC provided with a High Speed USB port makes for a complete digital music source at very low prices (in the range of few hundreds Euros). Such system allows for listening any density and resolution music files (up to 384/32!), playing own CD's using a CD ROM drive, obtaining access to more than 10,000 web radio, many of which broadcast their transmissions with CD quality.
Specifications:
Connections: Input 1 x USB A type male, Output 1 x 3.5mm stereo jack socket
Standard: Input USB 2.0 Audio Format, Output stereo analog
Sampling Frequency: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4khZ, 192kHz, 352.8kHz, 384kHz
Resolution: 16 up to 32 bit
Output voltage: 2.0Vrms @10kOhms
Frequency 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.

RARELY USED AS I UPGRADED TO IFI AUDIO IDSD
UNIT PROBABLY MIGHT REQUIRE ADDITIONAL TIME TO RUN IN AS USAGE HOUR IS LOW.
PRICE : RM680
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This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. The sound is just pleasurable. Welcome and nice review Jason. Aqua La Voce S3 Discrete arrival. Will try to have some battery tests on Tuesday when i’ll get back. Vertical sounds, for example in test tracks with a single instrument changing heights, you can clearly hear the height of the instrument.

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Post 6 of Amazing because of it’s diminutive size, the fact that dzc is powered from the computer, and its low price. In the end it will be worth it.

Use kHz sampled stuff, and you get 5HzkHz. It feels like a cheap 88x14x20 mm orange USB stick with a thin plastic housing. There were only three times it stopped working.

I have tested it and it appears to work – even after a reboot. The sound is detailed, with more highs than lows but at the same time not fatiguing. Post 15 of Thanks for posting those review links.

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Post 13 of By this I mean you can hear how far an instrument or performer is away from you. After that it just works, but only stereo. The bass is just enough for me, I do not like a lot of bass, and here you hear it when you are supposed to hear it, so it does not overpower anything. Using the hiFace DAC is thankfully quite straight forward.

This isn’t a dig at Jason or hi fi class warfare, but him so enjoying a ‘small budget’ sac put a huge smile on my face. Welcome and Good-Bye Submitted by anomaly7 on August 1, – 9: This fix appears to solve the problem on a permanent basis, ie, you do not need to do it each time that you restart the computer.

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Thanks to all who have welcomed me, either in postings or in thought. But for my use not an issue.

A comparison review of two DACs. Submitted by JayPee on July 31, – 4: I was looking at this before and after reading those I am very interested. It took no more than starting up the PC, going to sound preferences, selecting the DAC, and then playing music. In fact, the two sound very close in performance which meant that once again, I was nailed to my listening seat for much longer than I intended.

[Review] M2Tech hiFace USB DAC listening test

Woo Audio WA8 Eclipse. Discussion in ‘ Dedicated Source Components ‘ started by taz23Jun 9, I can see this little orange DAC becoming a very familiar sight in many audiophile systems. Check the reviews for the HD and the Objective2 and then asses if the sound I described here is to your liking. Post 10 of If you already have a computer audio set up, and want an upgrade where you can really hear the improvement, but don’t want to break the bank, the hiFace DAC is probably exactly what you are looking for.

By this I mean when someone starts singing, it is the main portion of the sound and the instruments get less noticeable. I’m not sure exactly what I was expecting from the hiFace but the iDAC had set the bar so high, I wasn’t really prepared for something that would also make me say “WOW”.

There’s little to add about the sound of this DAC because it simply does everything so well.

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