BROOKLYN ADC is Mytek's best sounding ever new A/D converter designed specifically for the most demanding mastering and recording applications where transparency of conversion and accuracy of detail are of the highest importance.
Dual mono ADC chipsets with fully balanced signal path and conversion are sampling audio at 12 MHz, with a choice of high resolution audio output formats: up to 384kHz /32 bit and DSD 256.
Brooklyn ADC is the first commercially available ADC to feature built in MQA Kernel (TM) to be used for mastering to MQA streaming format. Together with the Brooklyn DAC , there is a set of mastering converters capable of capturing the finest details of music like never before with practical workflow enabling easy mastering in a variety of Hi-Res formats, including MQA. Brooklyn ADC offers a choice of input flavours: electronic line level or passive nickel transformer as well as optional high performance mic or phono input.
Transparent line level (electronic) or passive nickel transformer with saturation control, Mic or phono input (optional plug in cards)
AES, SPDIF, ADAT/Toslink (up to 192k, 24bit), SDIF DSD, USB2 Class2 (All formats up to 32 bit, no drivers required for Mac or Linux)
Built in MQA compliant filters and dithering
Worldwide 30W, 100-240V 50/60Hz, Optional 12V DC power input
8.5" x 8.5" x 1.74"
Choice of 1dB step analog attenuator, separate for main out and head- phones, 1dB step digital 32 bit attenuator and purist relay bypass
Line level input or phono MM, MC input, relay controlled
Included, universal remote capable
Mytek began building consumer-oriented DACs in 2011, and now boasts a full line of home hi-fi products named for New York boroughs and landmarks, like the flagship Empire Streamer DAC, and new all-in-one Brooklyn Bridge II Roon Core. Mytek designs their DACs to a strictly neutral reference, such that the signal on the recording is passed through as accurately as possible to the downstream equipment.