Mytek Digital Brooklyn Bridge streaming DAC

Digital-to-analog converters,
Music servers and computer audio
Mytek Brooklyn Bridge
Mytek Digital Brooklyn Bridge streaming DAC

The Brooklyn Bridge is truly a jack of many a trade, and will suit, well, anyone looking for a compact do-it-all DAC plus pre-amp plus headphone amp. It even makes a good stab at vinyl when set to MM mode. For the most part it was tested as an audiophile stereo DAC though, and here it has mastered its trade. There are even sweeter sounding DACs if you have another £1,000 or so in your budget, but for under £3,000 it is very hard to better. And if streaming isn’t your bag or you already have that covered, the Brooklyn DAC+ is still available at around £800 less. 


Conversion: up to 384k, 32bit PCM, native DSD up to DSD256, DXD, 130dB DR, ES9028PRO chipset

Mqa hi-res decoder: built in certified hardware MQA™ decoder, full unfold to original sample rate

Network inputs: Ethernet CAT5 (PCM up to 24/192k, DSD64, WiFi (PCM up to 24/192k, DSD64)

Digital inputs: USB2 Class2 (OSX, Linux driverless, all formats up to 384k), 2x S/PDIF (PCM up to 24/384k, up to DSD128 DOP), Toslink (up to 24/176k, DSD64 DoP)

Clock: ‘Mytek Femtoclock Generator™’ 0.82ps internal jitter

Analog outputs: RCA, balanced XLR, simultaneous, 75 Ohm impedance

Headphone outputs: 
Reference High Current, High transient Headphone Amp, 500mA, 6 Watts, dual headphone jacks, designed to drive hard to drive headphones

Built-in attenuator: Choice of 1dB step analogue attenuator, separate for main out and head-phones, 1dB step digital 32 bit attenuator and purist relay bypass

Built-in analog preamp: Line level input or Phono M/M, M/C input, relay controlled

Audio interface function: All digital inputs can be routed into computer via USB2. Allows connection of digital sources 

Remote:  universal remote capable

Price: £3,000

Manufacturer: Mytek


Product supplied by: MCRU


Tel: +44(0)1422 250590

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