The new hiFace Two makes it easier to achieve the best sound off your computer.
Thanks to USB 2.0 Audio compliance, no drivers are required anymore with Macs;
ASIO can be used under Windows and Linux is supported also!
Performance is enhanced thanks to the new output circuit which is compliant to S/PDIF physical standard.
Highest quality digital audio up to 192kHz/24bit S/PDIF audio format available from your PC or MAC Very low jitter oscillators and proprietary drivers Compact size (2×2.2×10.2cm) with hi-end performances hiFace USB interface has been conceived to obtain the highest quality digital audio signal using a PC or MAC. hiFace input format is a data stream signal with sampling frequency/resolution up to 192kHz/24bits, available from a PC or MAC USB port. A very high quality S/PDIF stereo audio output signal is available from hiFace for your Hi-Fi system DAC (Digital to Analog Converter). HiFace looks like a small USB pendrive, featuring a very compact size. Internal very low jitter oscillators and proprietary drivers allow for playing 192kHz/24bits audio files that feature the best signal quality.
PROPRIETARY DRIVERS. The standard audio drivers available on the market (e.g. Microsoft Windows operating system) dictated constraints can be overcome thanks to hiFace proprietary drivers: they allow for transferring audio data, maintaining the original file quality without any loss of resolution quality; also, sampling frequency constraints are overcome.
COMPACT SIZE AND EASE OF USE. M2Tech hiFace features a very compact size and can be directly (or using an accessory USB A-A adapter, recommeded but not included.) Highest quality digital audio up to 192kHz/24bit S/PDIF audio format available from your PC or MAC.
Thanks to USB 2.0 Audio compliance, no drivers are required anymore with Macs. ASIO can be used under Windows and Linux is supported also!
New output circuit which is compliant to S/PDIF physical standard.
LOW JITTER, LOW PHASE NOISE, HIGH STABILITY OSCILLATORS. Most audio interfaces and USB-provided DACs refer the data stream clock to the same USB interface clock, that often suffers a very heavy jitter (short range oscillator frequency variations). Thanks to two quartz precision oscillators used on M2Tech hiFace, clock source for output data stream features a very low jitter. A more stable clock is recovered by DAC S/PDIF receiver; a low jitter produces a very limited sound image distortion and degradation.