28. June 2021 · Comments Off on EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player · Categories: Hifi News · Tags: , , , , , ,


Chinese Home Cinema technology brand has released the new EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player designed to work on your wired or wireless home network.


The EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player features the newest AKM 4493EQ Velvet Sound DAC chips, which allow native playback up to 32-bit / 768 kHz PCM as well as native DSD up to 512. It can stream high-resolution music via any network PC, MAC or NAS drive. The DMP20 also has direct file playback capability via its integrated Hard Disk and USB ports for connecting USB hard discs drives enabling 32-bit / 768kHz PCM, DSD 512 and ISO playback.

EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player

EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player


EWEAT is a technology enterprise, founded in 2013, with a factory located in Shenzhen, China. They specialise in designing and manufacturing 4K HiFi media players, DACs, android tv boxes, OTT boxes and IPTV boxes for UHD HiFi home theatre solutions.

EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player

Front view EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player

EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player

EWEAT DMP20 Digital Music Player rear panel


Master Clock Jitter: Below measurable levels

Digital Sampling Rates (Fs):  44.1 kHz to 768 kHz

Digital Filter:32-Bit 8x Oversampling Digital Filter

Digital/Analogue Converters: 2 – 2 channel AK4493EQ for working on true balanced output

BLUETOOTH: Bluetooth v 4.1with aptX® HD for 24 Bit / 48 kHz high definition audio decoder

Analogue Filter: 3rd Order Bessel

Analog Outputs: Balanced XLR, Non-Balanced RCA

IR control: x1

Communication: Ethernet RJ45 full remote configuration interface 802.11 a/b/g/n,2.4G/5.8 Dual Band WIFI

Hard Disk Drive: Hard Disk Drive bays x1,up to 16T

Other connectors: USB3.0 x1,TYPE-C x1

Power Input: Configured at factory for either 110-120 or 220-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz

AC Power Requirements: 78 Watts


Suggested retail price is $390 USD

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