The Mytek Stereo192-DSD DAC and Manhattan DAC (original design) and Rendu series players

Jul 9, 2018
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The Mytek Stereo192-DSD DAC and Manhattan DAC (original design) were ahead of their time providing high sample rate PCM and DSD support at a low price. The DACs are still very popular and naturally, we wanted to support them via USB on the Rendu series. Support for the DACs on Sonicorbiter has been a real struggle to maintain and over the various version they stopped working. Since we are not able to support the DACs in Sonicorbiter 2.8 we came up with a special version called Sonicorbiter 2.5 Mytek edition. This version of Sonicorbiter has a current version of RoonReady while some of the other apps remain dated and may not work properly. For now, if you want a copy of the Sonicorbiter 2.5 Mytek edition software it will be available for sale via email only. If you are interested just hit the contact us button on smallgreencomputer.com. Please note Mytek DACs based on XMOS USB work on all versions of Sonicorbiter.

Sonicorbiter 2.5 Mytek edition - supported Mytek devices
Mytek Stereo192-DSD DAC
Mytek Manhattan DAC (original design)

Sonicorbiter 2.5 Mytek edition - supported Rendu devices
Sonic Orbiter SE (based SoldRun Cubox) - supported
microRendu - supported
ultraRendu - supported
Signature Rendu SE - supported
opticalRendu - not supported
Signature Rendu SE optical - not supported

Sonicorbiter 2.5 Mytek edition - onboard Apps
RoonReady - app updated, confirmed to work with Roon
MPD/DLNA - app not updated, confirmed to work with JRiver
SqueezeLite - app not updated, confirmed to work with LMS
Shairport - app not updated, confirmed to work with iTunes
NAA - not updated and not expected to work properly
Spotify - not updated and not expected to work properly
 

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