Introducing the VMV D2R High-Resolution Desktop DAC - Now Available on Apos Audio
Sep 7, 2023 at 7:30 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 10
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Hi all,


We are thrilled to share with everyone the arrival of the VMV D2R High-Resolution Desktop DAC. It features a 24-bit/192kHz DAC and aptX™ technology, so you not only get impeccable sound quality but also low latency. This device comes with multiple input choices including USB, coaxial, and optical ports, adapting seamlessly to your existing set-up. Whether you’re an audiophile with a passion for high-fidelity sound or someone who cherishes a momentary escape into a musical realm, D2R makes it deeply personal and endlessly flexible.


Here's the link to the blog for more info: https://apos.audio/blogs/news/npa-vmv-d2r-dac-vmv-p2-headphone-amp

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Nov 23, 2023 at 1:32 AM Post #7 of 10
A good review:

this one does sound impressive. comparison between this and the other delta sigma dac is quite interesting. It is hard to hear this much difference through youtube sound demo comparison. Sound signature is very smooth and realistic in the production of voice. Wonder how this compares to R2R dacs, which are usually characterized as smooth and timbre-wise realisetic
 
Nov 23, 2023 at 8:41 AM Post #8 of 10
How does this compare to VMV D1se / D1se2, any impressions so far?
 
Nov 24, 2023 at 3:07 AM Post #10 of 10
I have had the original D2 with the AKM 4499 chipset. Sound was good, with lot of sweetness and body. I just wonder if this new D2R adds something to the performance, or is it just a new design/casing, with a new chip ?
 

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