Achieve optimal sound quality with this NAD DAC 2 wireless USB DAC that features 24-bit/96kHz digital capability to transmit studio-quality tracks to your compatible system without compression. Point-to-point wireless enables up to a 120' range.
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Transmits audio from your compatible PC or Mac to the DAC signal receiver, which converts the digital signal to analog through Burr-Brown OPAmps for enhanced sound quality.
Point-to-point wireless technology
Allows easy transmission of audio. Three selectable RF channels allow you to find the optimal signal.
Provides up to a 120' wireless range, with 75' typical in home. Stereo (analog) and coaxial (digital) outputs allow flexible connectivity.
24-bit/96kHz digital capability
Enables digital transmission of studio-quality audio to your compatible system.
External receiver power supply
Ensures reliable operation.
Overall Customer Rating
4.8 (5 Reviews)
100% of customers recommend this product.
New Life for Classic Amps
Posted by: roedder1 from: Missouri on
Have a Kenwood KA-770D integrated amp bought in 1989 hooked up to a pair of Pioneer HPM-100's (bought in 1977). Have not used either in years. All my music is digitized (FLAC/MP3). Did not want to run wires from pc to the Kenwood. But with this little jewel, everything is literally plug and play. Receiver box plugs into amp analog jacks (has digital also). Transmitter plugs into pc USB and they auto link to each other. No drivers to install for Windows 7/8. Sounds great and breaths new life into classic audio equipment.
Tip: easy access to both internal sound card/pc speakers and external amp provided by creating a shortcut to Control Panel-Sound on the desktop. Changing from the NAD to pc internal sound and back is a click away.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Posted by: BenB from: Montpelier VA on
This is a great little digital-to-analog-converter. I bought it chiefly for the convenience of its wireless capability with low expectations of improved audio performance. When streaming Apple Lossless files to my receiver it sounds better than the CDs I used to create the files -- I kid you not. I did a comparison switching back and forth between the streamed files and the CD I used as my source. I have a pretty good disc player -- a Marantz UD5007. Marantz has a reputation for a warm sound whereas I prefer a little more brightness. The streamed audio file had more punch and more high end definition, but without sacrificing midrange performance. I felt there was a marked improvement in clarity though the midrange. I am very pleasantly surprised and I highly recommend this device.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Perfect for what I needed
Posted by: BobL from: Cincinnati, OH on
No documentation is not necessarily a bad thing: it's basically plug-n-play. I have been a fan of NAD Electronics for a long time. They got really weird a few years ago and cut back who/where/why you could purchase their products to the point they were unavailable and ridiculously expensive. I'm glad to see they've reversed that terrible business strategy and hope Best Buy begins to carry more of NAD's products. I'm still using the NAD AV 318 amp I purchased 20 years ago, and the DAC unit was a pleasant addition. Sound quality does not get any better than NAD.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Great product for the price.
Posted by: aquaries5 from: on
Works correctly right out of box, needs no setup, just plug and play.
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Excellent Sound Quality
Posted by: Guywholikesmusic from: on
I love this DAC. The sound quality is spectacular and It makes playing music from my computer much more convenient. I paired this with my 1979 Akai Receiver, and I was blown away. I'd highly recommend this product. Just be aware the output is pretty high. You may want to lower the volume on your music playing software before trying it out for the first time.
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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