MHDT Labs Atlantis Realistic yet Natural Sounding DAC Non-Oversampling (NOS) R-2R Resistor Ladder DAC using the legendary Analog Devices AD1862N-J chip (2x) Technical specifications Digital Receiver CS8416 D/A converter AD1862N-J Frequency response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (± 2dB) Output impedance: 32 ohms Output level: 3.0 Vrms USB input 16, 24 bits 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz and 192 kHz; drivers required USB inputs are all in asynchronous operation. All other inputs (SPDIF) 16, 24 bits 32 kHz up to 192 kHz Dimensions clear (W x D X H) 276 x 150 x 60 mm Dimensions w/ socket (W x D X H) 295 x 170 x 60 mm Weight 2 kg Oh my goodness this is lovely! 15 minutes in and the MHDT Labs Atlantis is already delivering beautiful euphony directly to my soul. Instruments sound downright real, timbre is excellent, detail is not at all wanting. It's feeding my Master-11 with absolute authority. There's nothing like R-2R, and a well-implemented NOS dac is to die for. This thing is already blowing my mind a little bit. I dare say this NOS implementation is superior to the Audio-GD Master-11 in NOS mode. Perhaps not equal to it in its stock 8x oversampling setup, but the jury is out. I haven't changed the tube to the Western Electric JW 396A/2C51 D-getters I picked up yet. More impressions later tonight after I get several hours of warm-up and listening in. Wow... The AD1862N-J chip is seriously great. I'd never heard a DAC with these chips before. This thing is positively diminutive compared to the Audio-GD DACs/Amps I've been using lately, which frankly is a great thing because I'm pairing it with a Garage1217 Project Sunrise III at work. The Audio-GD NFB-2.32 I had previously was quite excellent but was rather large. I actually downloaded Schiit's latest Gen 2 drivers for Windows 10. They're the same chipset (CM6631A) and appear to be newer than what is provided on the MHDT Labs website (which doesn't list Win 10 on any of its drivers). Plug and Play. Using ASIO successfully from JRiver right now. I just listened to Good Mystery in 96kHz, Blagutten in 192kHz, and Blue Eyes Blue in 44.1kHz. All sounded great. Oh frick... Yours Truly by Andrew Luce is just killin' it in the bass department. New toy syndrome GO! You'll know in a few weeks if I still own this if it's as good as my mind is saying it is right now.