Audioengine D2 Wireless DAC & Receiver
Finally, after asking every single manufacturer of computer audio products, someone gets it right! Our friends at Audioengine have just introduced D2, a wireless system to get our computer audio files from any computer to your stereo on its own wireless network. Transmit up to 24bit/96k audio with no software to install and no network connection. It’s completely independent of your home wireless network. You get a USB in and Toslink output for completely jitter-free audio. Connect into any DAC or use the internal DAC and go straight into an analog input. Now you don’t need to run wires throughout your house or put a computer next to your system. We heard the D2 system in action, and it finally brings wireless high resolution audio to everyone. We can’t recommend this digital audio solution highly enough! Enjoy The Music Review Audioengine's $599 D2 24-bit wireless DAC is truly a 21st Century product that fits well with the needs of a 21st Century audiophile, as well as any listener who wants the convenience of high-resolution multi-room playback, all without the need of a home network. The plug-and-play Audioengine D2 is fun to use, is super reliable, is affordable, and sounds great. Admit it: you want one. Audiophilia review They’ll hang in there with the most stellar company, and for that quality alone, the D2 deserves an Audiophilia Star. But add price and build, and you have a superb computer solution. Buy with utmost confidence.
Wireless bit-perfect 24/96 digital-to-analog converter USB-to-S/PDIF converter Mac or PC plug-and-play, no drivers or network setup Precision receiver re-clocking for low jitter USB and optical inputs Optical and analog outputs Based on Burr-Brown PCM1792 DAC Broadcast HD audio from your computer to up to four D2 receivers 24/96 LPCM over-the-air transmission