MI 240 Remote Controlled Stereo Integrated Amplifier
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135 mm (H): 436 mm (W): 370 mm (D)
Number of Analog Audio Inputs
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We’d hoped for more from Myryad’s first attempt at adding a DAC to its extensive range of AV and hi-fi kit – especially as the Z20 has the same chip-set as its high-end MX Series CD players.
Understated in its design, there’s no flashiness here: a simple line of LEDs shows what’s playing and its sample rate, alongside two physical buttons for power and source selection.
‘Simple and functional’ is all well and good – design-led kit isn’t for everyone – but the Z20’s sound is similarly plain, and failed to leave a lasting impression on us during testing.
There are three inputs – one each of optical, coaxial and asynchronous USB-B, each capable of 24-bit/192kHz. There are also two sets of standard RCA line outs, but no headphone socket for desktop use.
Also mounted on the back is an input and output for Myryad’s ‘My Link’ system – a communications bus allowing you to link other Myryad kit so they will operate together.