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C-DAC 15.3 by Music Hall

C-DAC 15.3
Music Hall C-DAC 15.3

C-DAC 15.3
by Music Hall

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$549.99
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Product Code:
MUHH-CDAC153
Make:
Music Hall
Model:
C-DAC 15.3
Description:
Music Hall C-DAC 15.3
UPC:
091037334602
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Versatility, performance, and value are the hallmarks of the c-dac15.3. By combining a fantastic 3-input dac with a great sounding cd player we've designed a one-box solution that will simplify and dramatically improve your digital music experience. Connect it to a computer, Sonos, Apple TV, Airport Express, any digital streaming device, or simply play a cd and you'll be amazed by the improvement in sound. The c-dac15.3 is easy to operate and partners beautifully with our matching a15.3 integrated amp.

Features||C-DAC 15.3

Features:
24bit/192kHz Burr-Brown PCM 1796 DAC
3 input (optical, coax, usb-b) 24bit/192kHz Wolfson WM8805 DAC
Brushed aluminum faceplate
Mid-ship mounted vibration damped CD transport
High efficiency toroidal power transformer
Gold plated stereo output
Coax digital output
Plays CD, CD-R/RW
Removable power cord
Special padded vibration damping feet
Voltage switchable
System remote control
Easy to view display
Black finish

Dimensions||C-DAC 15.3

Dimensions:
W16.9 X D13.2 X H3.1 in.
Weight: 12 lbs.

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