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Selekt DSM with Line-level cartridge

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View Selekt Phono connection detail - 1,2,3,4.......
Information of what each connector is and a basic specification of these connectors
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  1. MAINS INPUT - To connect to the mains electricity supply.
  2. FALLBACK - To put the device into Fallback mode (used when reprogramming)
  3. ETHERNET - To connect to a network (100Base-T)
  4. HDMI ARC (HDMI) - To connect to a TV Audio Return Channel (ARC) connection
  5. USB6 - To connect to a PC/MAC for Class 2.0 PCM USB Audio playback
  6. DIGITAL INPUTS (Toslink)5 - To connect sources with Toslink (optical) digital outputs.
  7. ANALOGUE INPUTS (RCAline level)1 & 2 - To connect sources with RCA analogue outputs.
  8. DIGITAL INPUTS/OUTPUT (Spdif)5 - To connect sources with Spdif (RCA) digital outputs.
  9. ANALOGUE INPUTS (RCA MM/MC)2 & 3 - To connect a turntable with unbalanced (RCA) outputs.
  10. EXAKT LINK - To connect to Exakt compatible devices (Exaktbox, Exakt Speakers, Urika II etc)
  11. PHONO GROUND - To connect to a turntable grounding terminal.
  12. ANALOGUE OUTPUTS (XLR & RCA,variable level)4 - To connect to a power amplifier.
  13. POWER SWITCH - Mains power switch

1 Analogue inputs: Input range adjustable 1V-4V rms, impedance 10kΩ
2 with ADC of 192kHz/24bit

MM input impedance 47k, 100pf
MM max voltage (1kHz): 67mV rms. (Gain +40dB)
MC input impedance 100Ω 470p
MC max voltage (1kHz): 5.5mV rms (Gain +54dB)

4 Analogue Output:

RCA - 2V rms, 300Ω
XLR - 4V rms, 600Ω

5 Digital inputs: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz

From firware release Davaar 75 SPDIF1 can be converted to an SPDIF output that will support up to 192KHz. This output is a fixed volume control output, that is, Volume Up/Down had no effect on this output.

6 USB Supported Sample rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192