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SMSL New DP5 SE HIFI Network Music Player only $379

SMSL-Mandy

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DP5SE Hi-Fi Network Music Player only $379,and now have the summer sale discount​

Advanced D/A Chip​

Built-in ESS ES9039Q2M D/A chip, the DP5SE boasts a high signal-to-noise ratio and low distortion, providing superior sound quality for all your audio needs.

Supports Multiple Playback Methods​

Supports wired and WiFi connectivity with 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi. Stream media playback with DLNA and AirPlay compatibility. Enjoy full-featured playback with support for DSD, WAV, APE, FLAC, AIFF, MP3, and more.

Versatile Connectivity Options​

Whether you prefer wireless, wired NAS, USB flash drives, portable hard disks, PCs, or cell phone USB connections, the DP5SE has you covered. It even supports Bluetooth and DLNA, making it compatible with most playback software.

Full-Featured Interface Output​

The DP5SE offers a variety of output options, including USB, Optical, Coaxial, I2S, AES/EBU, Single-Ended Analog, Balanced Analog, and 6.35mm Headphones. Enjoy full support for MQA hardware decoding, including local playback and USB DAC capabilities.

Supports USB Connection to External Hard Disk​

With support for up to 4TB capacity and NKES/FAT32 format, you can easily expand your music library. The DP5SE also supports Hiby link, allowing you to control its functions using the Hiby player.

Input Modes​

  • Micro SD
  • SAMBA (NAS)
  • OTG1
  • OTG2
  • USB-DAC
  • DLNA
  • AirPlay
  • Bluetooth

Output Modes​

  • RCA
  • XLR
  • Headphone
  • COAXIAL
  • OPTICAL
  • AES/EBU
  • I2S
  • BT
  • USB Audio

Specifications​

  • THD+N: 0.00009%
  • Dynamic Range: 126dB (A-Weighted)
  • SNR: 126dB (A-Weighted)
  • Headphone Output Power: 89mW (32Ω), 64mW (64Ω), 27mW (150Ω), 14mW (300Ω)
  • Unbalanced Line Output Level: 2.1Vrms
  • Balanced Line Output Level: 5.2Vrms
  • Built-in Audio Specifications: Supports up to 32 bit/384 kHz, DSD256
  • USB Output Audio Specifications: Supports up to 32 bit/768 kHz, DSD512
  • USB Audio System Compatibility: Windows 7/8/8.1/10/11; Mac OS X; Linux
  • File System: Supports FAT/FAT32/NTFS
  • Micro SD Card Capacity: Up to 256GB
  • USB Drive/Hard Disk Capacity: Up to 4TB

Additional Features​

  • High signal-to-noise ratio and low distortion
  • Supports wired and WiFi connectivity
  • Full-featured interface output options
  • Supports USB connection to external hard disk up to 4TB
  • HiBy link support for easy control
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DP5SE Hi-Fi Network Music Player only $379,and now have the summer sale discount​

Advanced D/A Chip​

Built-in ESS ES9039Q2M D/A chip, the DP5SE boasts a high signal-to-noise ratio and low distortion, providing superior sound quality for all your audio needs.

Supports Multiple Playback Methods​

Supports wired and WiFi connectivity with 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi. Stream media playback with DLNA and AirPlay compatibility. Enjoy full-featured playback with support for DSD, WAV, APE, FLAC, AIFF, MP3, and more.

Versatile Connectivity Options​

Whether you prefer wireless, wired NAS, USB flash drives, portable hard disks, PCs, or cell phone USB connections, the DP5SE has you covered. It even supports Bluetooth and DLNA, making it compatible with most playback software.

Full-Featured Interface Output​

The DP5SE offers a variety of output options, including USB, Optical, Coaxial, I2S, AES/EBU, Single-Ended Analog, Balanced Analog, and 6.35mm Headphones. Enjoy full support for MQA hardware decoding, including local playback and USB DAC capabilities.

Supports USB Connection to External Hard Disk​

With support for up to 4TB capacity and NKES/FAT32 format, you can easily expand your music library. The DP5SE also supports Hiby link, allowing you to control its functions using the Hiby player.

Input Modes​

  • Micro SD
  • SAMBA (NAS)
  • OTG1
  • OTG2
  • USB-DAC
  • DLNA
  • AirPlay
  • Bluetooth

Output Modes​

  • RCA
  • XLR
  • Headphone
  • COAXIAL
  • OPTICAL
  • AES/EBU
  • I2S
  • BT
  • USB Audio

Specifications​

  • THD+N: 0.00009%
  • Dynamic Range: 126dB (A-Weighted)
  • SNR: 126dB (A-Weighted)
  • Headphone Output Power: 89mW (32Ω), 64mW (64Ω), 27mW (150Ω), 14mW (300Ω)
  • Unbalanced Line Output Level: 2.1Vrms
  • Balanced Line Output Level: 5.2Vrms
  • Built-in Audio Specifications: Supports up to 32 bit/384 kHz, DSD256
  • USB Output Audio Specifications: Supports up to 32 bit/768 kHz, DSD512
  • USB Audio System Compatibility: Windows 7/8/8.1/10/11; Mac OS X; Linux
  • File System: Supports FAT/FAT32/NTFS
  • Micro SD Card Capacity: Up to 256GB
  • USB Drive/Hard Disk Capacity: Up to 4TB

Additional Features​

  • High signal-to-noise ratio and low distortion
  • Supports wired and WiFi connectivity
  • Full-featured interface output options
  • Supports USB connection to external hard disk up to 4TB
  • HiBy link support for easy control
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Thank you for the information. Very interesting.
Does the device allow using RCA and XLR simultaneously ?
Or does it have an sub out option ?
Thanks in advance, DT
 
Thank you for the information. Very interesting.
Does the device allow using RCA and XLR simultaneously ?
Or does it have an sub out option ?
Thanks in advance, DT
You can output both RCA and XLR at the same time
but there is no sub out, the power amp have the sub out
 
You can output both RCA and XLR at the same time
but there is no sub out, the power amp have the sub out
Thank you @SMSL-Mandy ,
Very gentle to get these informations confirmed. Unless tests show it differently, the device seems to be a nice option for non-roon users with a preference of local streaming sources.

Could you inform me/us as well, which BT codecs (LDAC, APPX LL etc) are used for incoming / outgoing signal transmission and how many BT connections are possible simultaneously?
I lurked at Head-Fi and noticed your comment on Apple Music ("Apple Music can be entered via usb"), which may indicate that all standard streaming services (Amazon, Spotify, Deezer, Qobuz, Apple, Tidal, IHeart etc) could be used via otg usb - if they support signal transmission through usb output?
As this seems to be a clever workaround (for some), I may conclude that there is no native support for streaming services implemented?
Again, thanks in advance, DT
 
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