Schiit BiFrost USB and Modi DACs Sweepstakes

Register to win a Schiit BiFrost USB and Modi DAC (MSRP $449 Bifrost; $99 Modi) we are giving away.

According to the company:

Bifrost:
Bifrost is the world's most affordable fully upgradable DAC, featuring 32-bit D/A conversion, a fully discrete analog section, and a sophisticated bit-perfect clock management system, together with one of the most advanced asynchronous USB 2.0 input sections available, as well as SPDIF coaxial and optical inputs, all with 24/192 capability.



Fully Upgradable: The Future-Proof DAC
Worried about rapidly-changing USB input technology? Concerned about future advances in D/A conversion? Bifrost's modular design uses separate, USB Input and DAC/Analog cards. The result? A virtually future-proof DAC that won't end up in the dumpster. 

Even without considering upgradability, Bifrost offers incredible value. Consider its AKM4399 32 bit D/A converter, used in DACs costing many times more than Bifrost. Also consider that our analog section is a fully discrete, low noise JFET design—just like multi-thousand-dollar "statement" DACs.



Advanced Bitperfect Clock Management and a Complete Range of Inputs: 
Most DACs in this price range sacrifice every single one of your original music samples to get their magic "192kHz" spec. Every input is routed through a sample rate converter and upsampled to 24/192. Bifrost dispenses with the sample rate converter and uses a sophisticated master clock management system to deliver bit-perfect data to the DAC, preserving all the original samples--whether it's 16/44.1 or 24/192. 

Have high-res music? No problem. Bifrost offers a full range of inputs: Coaxial and optical SPDIF, as well as USB. Bifrost's USB featues: a high-speed USB 2.0 interface and asynchronous data transfer to 24/192, based on the C-Media CM6631 USB receiver. No drivers are required for Macs, and Windows drivers are downloadable for Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP.

Modi:
Modi is the most advanced USB DAC under $100 that is made in the USA. With a C-Media CM6631 USB 2.0 asynchronous input receiver and 24-bit AKM4396 DAC coupled to an active filter output stage, Modi is ideal for a computer-centered audio system.



USB Powered, No Drivers
: Modi plugs into virtually any Windows or Mac computer, and requires no drivers to deliver great sound, up to 24/96 sampling rates. It features asynchronous transfer with individual crystal oscillators for the 44.1 and 48k sampling rates, and uses the USB Audio 1.0 standard over USB 2.0, and is powered by the USB port.

24-Bit AKM4396 DAC
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Modi uses the 24-bit AKM4396 DAC with switched-capacitor filtering and a high-quality active filter section with excellent line-driving capability. Yeah, we know, engineerese is a disease. What this means is that it uses one of the highest-performance DAC ICs out there, and it will comfortably drive long cables. You can easily hide Modi behind your computer and run long RCAs to your main audio system.


Click here for more info.

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To enter the sweepstakes, all you need is an account on this website. If you don't already have one, click on the link labeled "register" at the bottom of this announcement or "Create new account" in the right column (under the ads). Then, enter a username and a valid e-mail address, and click on the "Create new account" button. A message will be automatically sent to the e-mail address you specified, which will include a link to activate the account.

The final step (and only step for those who already have an account) is to log in and leave a comment right here on this announcement—any comment will do, as long as it's not profane or spam. Then, when the sweepstakes closes, a lucky commenter will be chosen at random to receive the prize. So post a comment, and good luck!

For complete sweepstakes rules, click here.

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COMMENTS
Matching_Mole's picture

I would use them so perfectly!

ohappyday's picture

what a DAC..

xkaapie's picture

Im tired of analog, I desperately want to join the DAC revolution!

1audio1's picture

Love the name of the company. These must be great!

adubscsr's picture

I love free Schiit   !!!!!!

devicemangler's picture

Excited and hoping to win!

Chilisausage's picture

I can use this in my 2nd system!

Boriqua1969's picture

These would be very cool to own!

x2turbo's picture

and Thank You

Muzik-Luvr's picture

or maybe I'll be a lucky little Schiit and win!!

abailis's picture

Great demo at T.H.E. show last summer.

Nerd's picture

Good luck everyone!!

jdpalmer1's picture

Would love this!

SET Man's picture

Hey!

   Would be cool to win these for sure.

pbarach's picture

Never had a separate DAC component

mbuttner's picture

Awesome company and a great product

seander77's picture

It would match perfectly with my Schitt Asgard headphone amp.

Prole's picture

I would give either of these a good home.

George S's picture

Me! Me! Me!

stevo's picture

...seriously considereing the schitt sans USB, but finding hard to justify right now.  Two DACs - one for the squeezebox, one for the PC would be totally irresponsible, unless they were free! yes please

frost05's picture

Would be wonderful to win.

om05964's picture

I could definitely use a new dac

eeifb's picture

Good bang for the buck.

onemorecappa's picture

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omeged00n's picture

Limping along with junky sound card audio. It would be great to get an outboard DAC.

niten's picture

Have yet to try any of the schiit products, but I have certainly heard a lot about them. This is as good a chance as any to pick one up.

jimtavegia's picture

Any audio improvement is good, even if 2448.   

Thanks for the chance. 

 

Jim

cvillevideo's picture

Desparately need a DAC for my desktop.

awbosse's picture

... as work desktop DAC set-up. Count me in.

failynn's picture

Frost bite

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