For over 3 years, Arcam’s irDAC has been regarded a great performer but now replacing the irDAC is the new irDAC-II adding advanced Bluetooth connectivity, headphone output, DSD128 support and a host of internal upgrades.

Briefed to up the ante in a competitive market, Arcam’s engineering team have blended ingredients from across Arcam’s intensive R&D programme, to deliver a major performance and function upgrade. The irDAC-II comes packed with cutting edge technology and features that will benefit the most demanding user.arcam_CES2016

– New internal circuits and a major DAC upgrade

– New audiophile headphone amplifier stage

– New Bluetooth aptX LL input

– New DSD128 support

– New ESS ES9016 Sabre DAC

£495 UK inc VAT – $799 USA + tax

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