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Schiit Jotunheim or Lyr3 Upgrade board

Upgrade your Schiit Jotunheim or Lyr3 to a Multibit USB card

This module adds a Multibit DAC to any Jotunheim or Lyr 3. It features the same Analog Devices AD5547 D/A converter and our own time- and frequency-optimized digital filter on an Analog Devices SHARC DSP as Bifrost Multibit and Modi Multibit, so it's a great way to get Multibit performance in a single desktop-friendly component. 

Schiit EU Scheduling System Reduces Upgrade Time

Schiit EU can install the Jotunheim or Lyr3  Multibit USB board for you, with a convenient scheduling system that allows you to keep your unit until we are ready to turn it around immediately. Just place your order, and follow the steps in the series of emails. You will be notified when your order is accepted, when to send in your unit, when the work is performed, and when it is shipped back to you, for complete transparency. If you are an experienced electronics technician or engineer who is familiar with ESD precautions, or work with a good tech, you can choose to have the Dac board sent to you directly, fully tested and protected in an antistatic bag.

Other Installation Options (self Installation *note)

Please note that by selecting this option, you are saying, "Yes, I am, or know, a competent electronics technician who does not need hand-holding for this installation, and I will not allow an inexperienced person to perform the upgrade, since I understand there are no user-serviceable parts inside."

Optional Multibit DAC:

USB Input Receiver: C-Media CM6631A
D/A Conversion IC: Analog Devices AD5547
Digital Filter: Schiit Comboburrito Time- and Frequency-domain Optimized DSP filter
Input Capability: up to 24/192
Analog Output: fully differential, active summing and filtering
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz, +/-0.25dB, 2-100kHz, -3dB
>IMD: <0.006%, CCIR
S/N: >109dB, referenced to 2V RMS, unweighted


*All measurements made on a Stanford Research SR1+ Audio Analyzer
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