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Better value than ever but with the same class-leading performance, the Cambridge Audio DacMagic 100 is a true audio bargain.
WHAT CAN THE DACMAGIC 100 DO FOR YOU?
The purpose behind the DacMagic 100 is simple: to make your music sound better, whatever the digital source. For this reason, the DacMagic 100 will work with pretty much any digital music source you have. So, simply plug in your digital iPod dock, Blu-ray, DVD, TV or CD player via optical or coaxial connections and enjoy audio quality that's way ahead of what you might expect. There's also a USB connection for your computer, laptop or tablet. It also supports 24-bit/192kHz transfer for "better than CD quality" via USB. This means that music files stored on your PC, laptop, tablet or hard drive in top 24/192 quality can be streamed, uncompressed, through the DacMagic 100 and enhanced by its Digital to Analogue Conversion. Simply connect the DacMagic 100 to your existing Hi-Fi's AUX input and you're good to go.
CLASS-LEADING SOUND QUALITY
Whatever your music source, you'll enjoy genuine hi-fi quality sound by using the Cambridge Audio DacMagic 100. A Wolfson WM8742 24-bit DAC is teamed up with Cambridge Audio's wealth of digital engineering knowledge to create a sound that's vibrant, detailed and remarkably free from jitter. Jitter is especially prevalent on music sent via network devices or hard drives and can give the sound a harsh and unnatural quality.
A VERY WELL CONNECTED SMALL BOX
Designed to be the perfect match for the Cambridge Audio iD100 digital dock, the DacMagic 100 is very neat and easy to find shelf space for. Yet, despite this, it still offers no fewer than three digital inputs. There are two coaxial inputs and a single optical one, all switchable from the front. Add to this the USB input and gold-plated analogue RCA outputs for connecting to your hi-fi and the DacMagic 100 has every angle covered.
Audiophile quality sound from your digital sources without having to spend a fortune? Now, Dac's magic!
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|Coaxial Digital Input||Does the DAC have a coaxial digital input? This is the electrical type that uses an RCA phono connection.|
|Optical Digital Input||Does the DAC have an Optical Digital Input? This is the light type of input that uses a Toslink connection|
|USB Input||Does the DAC have a USB Input? This allows connection of a PC/Mac or other media device. Wireless connection possible if stated.|
|Headphone Socket||Does the DAC have a headphone output?|
|Dimensions||Size of unit (W x D x H) mm||106 x 130 x 46|
|Weight||Weight of unit,unboxed, in Kg||0.5|