SMSL provides another alternate for end-users, the SMSL SU-9n, which doesn't support MQA. The SU-9n takes up the excellent base of the sister SU-9 while promising further improved performance and useful versatile functions. SU-9n is also equipped with ES9038Pro chip but combined with high-performance power supply chip ES9311, which could climb the better performance for the D/A chip.
SU-9n has a total harmonic distortion (THD+N) down to 0.00006%, its signal-to-noise and distortion ratio (SINAD) is at an even 130 dB for XLR. It adopts a CK-02 clock processing circuit to achieve ultra-low clock jitter, and with the DPLL setting, it could avoid the sound interruption when the clock stability of the input signal is not good. The SMSL SU-9n is carried in our store now and priced at USD$399.99.
SU-9n is capable of decoding numerous lossless formats that include PCM streams up to 32bit, 768Khz, and native DSD decoding up to DSD512, and all inputs support DSD streaming, including coaxial and optical (DoP64). With the support of Bluetooth 5.0 transmission, supporting LDAC 24bit/96kHz, APTX/HD, SBC, AAC, it is convenient to broadcast your music remotely, directly from a smartphone.
It comes with built-in shielded, low noise power supply processing while improving power efficiency, lower power consumption, also specially designed discrete component linear regulated power supply and multiple low noise regulated power supplies to provide low noise power for analog circuits.
Having brightness and dimmer settings, you could adjust the light from the 1.9-inch display, so the screen will not be always on when you are not in the mood for the light. Go along and check more details about SU-9n on the product page.
Here comes both SU-9 and SU-9n few indexes comparison.
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