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DAC: digital to analogue conversion by 
Connect an iPod (generation 5 models and above) 
to play its stored music or music streamed from your 
network via UPnP over Wi-Fi.
Connect an iPhone to play its stored music or music 
streamed from your network via UPnP over Wi-Fi.
Games console 
Connect a games console digital audio output to play 
games audio.
DVD player
Connect a DVD player digital output for stereo 
playback of DVD-A discs.
Connect a PC external sound card digital output to 
play stored or network music.
Connect a Mac digital output to play its stored music or 
music streamed from your network via UPnP over Wi-Fi.
Hard Disk player
Connect a hard disk player or music server to play 
stored or network music.
CD player 
Connect a CD player digital output to play CDs.
Connect a TV digital output to play TV audio.
Satellite TV receiver 
Connect a set-top-box satellite TV receiver digital 
output to play satellite TV audio.
Streaming device 
Connect a music streaming device to play multi-room 
streamed music.
USB stick 
Connect a USB memory stick to play stored standard 
or high resolution music.
Everything comes together
Connect to DAC
If exceptional music making is the first hallmark of 
the Naim DAC, the second is versatility. 
Versatility comes thanks to S/PDIF inputs that can 
accommodate either optical or coaxial formats 
and USB inputs that can accommodate memory 
sticks and iPod and iPhone models. It arises also 
from the numerous Naim system upgrades that 
the DAC makes possible. Simultaneously with its 
introduction, the CDX2 and CD5 XS CD players 
have gained S/PDIF outputs and can now benefit 
significantly from use with the DAC. 
With the addition of a DAC, existing preamplifiers 
can be incorporated into digital audio systems. 
The Naim DAC can be controlled by a Naim 
preamplifier remote control, seamlessly integrating 
analogue and digital inputs across the two 
units. The DAC becomes an extension of the 
preamplifier. And when a USB stick, iPod or 
iPhone is docked, the DAC front panel input 
buttons transform to operate as playback controls.
Southampton Road • Salisbury • England • SP1 2LN
Tel: +44 (0) 1722 426600 • Fax: +44 (0) 871 230 1012
Audio Outputs: 
2 (RCA and DIN, selectable)
Line Output Fixed:
 2.2V RMS 
Frequency Response:
 10Hz to 20kHz +0.1dB/-0.5dB
Digital Inputs: 
8 (2 coaxial BNC, 2 coaxial phono, 4 optical TOSLiNk)
 front and rear panel - the front overrides the rear
IR Input: 
front and rear panel 
IR Output:
 rear panel socket
Audio files supported: 
USB = WAV ( LPCM up to 32bit / 768kHz)
32kHz to 768kHz, 24bit
32kHz to 192kHz, 24 bit
iPod, iPhone: 
48kHz max
Supply Voltage: 
100V, 115V, 230V AC; 50/60Hz
Power Consumption:
 <30VA (max inc iPod charging)
Dimensions (mm):
 70 x 432 x 301 (HxWxD)
 anodised fascia, painted cover
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. “Works with iPhone” means that 
an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its 
compliance with safety and regulatory standards. iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
DC1 Digital Coaxial interconnect
Cables play a part in the Naim DAC experience. 
The DC1 digital coaxial cable, available in all BNC 
and RCA Phono options, is the perfect conduit for 
connection to the DAC from any digital source.