Instruction Manual
Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Precautions & User Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Facilities & Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Remote Control Handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Item Disposal Information for Europe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Musical Fidelity
M6s DAC.
The M6s DAC consists of four stereo 32 bit DACs
arranged in a fully differential (balanced) dual
mono topology. It also features a top quality over
sampling 32 bit sample rate converter circuit, which
asynchronously up-samples all incoming data rates
to 768 kHz internally.
This moves the digital artefacts to well outside the
audio band, allowing easy removal without detriment
to the top end of the audio band. Our well tuned
filtering circuit gives immeasurably small jitter, noise
and distortion artefacts allowing astounding imaging,
detail and transparency, to deliver all music types
exactly as the artist originally intended.
This revised design now takes into account different
sampling frequencies with the upper bandwidth now
extending to 90 kHz for 384 kHz natively sampled
input signals.
The M6s DAC fully asynchronous USB input copes
with PCM inputs up to 32-bit 384 kHz sample rate
and DSD 128. This takes full advantage of the higher
quality recordings now available. It works with all
personal computers running Microsoft Windows,
Linux and Mac OS.
The M6s DAC has been carefully designed to be
partnered with other M3 and M6 products. Using
any of these combinations will yield one of the best
high-fidelity systems available at any price.
Used carefully, it should give many years of
outstanding musical reproduction.
If there are any questions about the audio system,
please consult the dealer who is there to help and
advise.
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Safety Information
WARNING: Any modifications to this product not
expressly approved by Musical Fidelity who is
the party responsible for standards compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment.
This unit is supplied in the U.K. with a mains lead
fitted with a moulded 13 amp plug. If, for any reason,
it is necessary to remove the plug, please remove
the fuse holder and dispose of the plug safely, out of
reach of children.
It must not be plugged into a mains outlet.
The wires in the mains lead supplied with this
appliance are coloured in accordance with the
following code
Green and yellow......................................... Earth
Blue...........................................................Neutral
Brown..............................................................Live
WARNING - This appliance MUST be earthed.
As the colours of the wires of the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in the plug,
proceed as follows:
• The wire which is coloured green and yellow must
be connected to the terminal in the plug which
is marked with the letter E or coloured green or
green-and-yellow, or by the earth symbol:
• The wire which is coloured brown must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter L or coloured red.
• The wire which is coloured blue must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter N or coloured black.
• If connecting to a BS1363 plug, a 13 amp fuse
must be used.
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Precautions & User Information
This new M6s DAC is designed and built to provide
trouble-free performance, but as with all electronic
devices it is necessary to observe a few precautions:
Note: Unauthorised opening of the equipment
will invalidate any warranty claim.
• Heed all warnings shown on the back of the
product.
• Only connect the M6s DAC to a mains outlet
having the same voltage as marked at the back
of the unit.
• Always ensure that when disconnecting and
reconnecting your audio equipment the mains
supply is switched off.
• Position the mains lead and signal interconnects
where they are not likely to be walked on or
trapped by items placed on them.
• Do not use near water, or place water-filled
containers on the M6s DAC, for example, a flower
vase or potted plants. If water does spill inside,
immediately pull out the mains plug from the wall
socket and inform the dealer, who should then
check the unit before further use. Entry of liquid
into the M6s DAC is dangerous, and may cause
electric shock or fire hazard.
• Do not place the unit near direct heat sources
such as radiators, direct sunlight or other
equipment.
• Do not remove any covers or try to gain access
to the inside. There are no user adjustments or
fuses to change without qualification. Refer all
service work to an authorised Musical Fidelity
agent.
The electronics in modern hi-fi equipment are
complex and may, therefore, be adversely affected
or damaged by lightning. For protection of the audio
system during electrical storms, remove the mains
plugs.
If after-sales service is required, to help the dealer
identify the M6s DAC please quote the serial number
located on the rear panel of the unit.
Installation
Introduction
This unit will deliver the ultimate performance
possible from any digital source. It is designed to
upgrade CD players, TVs, set-top-boxes, DAB tuners,
and any other source providing a variety of digital
outputs.
Note: In normal operation, the unit dissipates
a small quantity of power at all times, and it is
important that it is adequately ventilated. The
M6s DAC must be protected from humidity – if
the unit is moved from a cold place to a warm
room, leave the unit for an hour or so to allow
sufficient time for the moisture to evaporate.
Cleaning
Before cleaning the unit, switch off power at the
mains switch and remove the mains plug from the
wall socket. Clean the cabinet and remote control
unit using a moist cloth. Using solvents, white spirit
or thinners is not advised, as they could damage the
surface finish.
Installation
Position the M6s DAC on a stable, horizontal
surface where there is no risk of it being knocked,
or subjected to vibration such as from loudspeakers.
Power Connections
The M6s DAC is supplied with a standard IEC mains
cable which plugs into the IEC socket at the back of
the unit.
Audio Output Connections
RCA audio outputs: Use good quality RCA phono
audio cables (fully connected signal and ground), for
optimum signal transfer.
XLR audio outputs: Use good quality XLR audio
cables (fully connected hot and cold signals and
ground), for absolute optimum signal transfer.
Digital input connections
COAXIAL inputs: Connect RCA digital source to
digital input RCA socket. Use a good quality fully
connected (signal and ground) coaxial digital cable,
for optimum signal transfer.
OPTICAL input: Connect optical digital source to
optical input socket. Use a good quality “Toslink”
cable, for optimum signal transfer.
USB input: Connect computer or similar USB “host”
source to USB input socket. Use a good quality
USB 2.0 “A to micro-B” type cable (not supplied),
for optimum signal transfer. Try to keep USB cable
length to a minimum for best reliability. The USB
standard maximum for a single cable is 5M, after
which repeaters (normally mains-powered USB hubs)
are required. We do however; recommend avoiding
such a setup if at all possible.
Interconnects
Note: Musical Fidelity currently do not make any
interconnecting cables other than those supplied
with the unit. Musical Fidelity does not endorse
any other manufacturer’s cables.
If necessary, please refer to the dealer who can
advise on quality cables for any particular setup
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Facilities & Connections
PCM SAMPLE RATE KHz
PWR STBY MUTE
44.1
48
88.2
1
1
2
3
4
96
176.4
192
OPTICAL
INPUTS
DSD
384
2
1
128
64
2
COAXIAL
INPUTS
3
3
1
2
5
6
7
5
9
INPUTS
OUTPUTS
COAXIAL
L
L
DSD/PCM
USB
OPTICAL
OUTPUT
FIX VAR
MAX POWER
CONSUMPTION
20W
R
DATE OF
MANUFACTURE
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8
9
10
11
XLR
R
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CAUTION
MOUNT UNIT ON SOLID SURFACE. DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS OR
COVERS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. NO USER SERVICABLE
COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO A QUALIFIED ENGINEER.
SEE OWNERS MANUAL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
12 13
COAXIAL Digital input 1,2,3
RCA Analogue output L/R
XLR Balanced output L/R
OPTICAL Digital inputs 1,2,3
12 DSD/PCM USB Input
13 Fixed/Variable output
14 Mains IEC socket
Pin functions:
1
2
3
(for reference only, no XLR signal leads supplied)
SERIAL
NUMBER
14
Standard XLR Balanced input/output
lead connections:
6
7
10
RCA
DESIGNED IN ENGLAND
BUILT IN TAIWAN
6
IR Reciever
Headphone socket
Volume control
8
2
768KHz
UPSAMPLING
4
POWER Mains ON/STBY button and LED’s
PCM Sample rate LED’s
DSD Rate LED’s
INPUT Selectors (left and right)
1
USB
INPUT
3
Ground, 0V
Normal polarity (“hot” or “+”)
Inverted polarity (“cold” or “-”)
Operation
Once the M6s DAC unit is correctly wired up, and
plugged into mains, the orange STBY led should be lit.
In this mode the M6s DAC is consuming a minimal
amount of power.
To switch the unit on, press the Power button (1)
on the front of the unit. The blue PWR indicator will
light along with the red MUTE indicator. After a few
seconds, when it has stabilised, the MUTE function
will switch off and the unit is ready for use.
Optical Inputs
The OPTICAL input is capable of accepting up to 24
bit 96 kHz PCM stereo data streams. The incoming
data sample rate is displayed on the front panel
LED’s for reference.
Note: The indicators 2 and 3 show the actual
sample rate of the digital data received by the
M6s DAC. Some playback software may have
altered this compared to the original file. .
Input selection
The M6sDAC has a total of seven inputs available.
These are Optical 1,2 and 3, Coaxial 1,2 and 3 and
also USB.
When the power cable is inserted into the Mains IEC
socket 14 the Optical 1 input is selected by default.
When the M6s DAC is taken out of sleep mode, it will
default to the last input selected.
From the front panel you can cycle through the inputs
by using the ◄ and ► buttons (4). Pressing ► while
on the USB input will cycle back to Optical 1. Whilst
on Optical 1 the ◄ button will take you to the USB
input again.
The remote control has direct access buttons for
each input. Simply press the appropriate button to
move directly to that input.
When a valid signal is received on the selected input,
an indicator in either group 2 or 3 will light to show
you the incomming sample rate. The upsampling
LED indicator will light to show that an analog signal
is now being output.
USB Input
The USB input is capable of accepting up to 32 bit
384 kHz PCM or DSD 128 data streams.
Computer settings for USB
A good quality USB 2.0 A to Micro B cable is required
to connect the unit to the computer. Normal USB
standards stipulate that this should be 5M or less;
and we recommend keeping it as short as possible.
WARNING: Older USB cables are often heavy and
bulky and must be supported to avoid damage to
the USB socket. Any physical damage caused to
this socket will not be covered by warranty.
Plug the Micro B (small rectangle) end into the socket
in the back of the unit, and the A (rectangle) end into
a free USB socket on the computer.
If an older style USB B with a larger, square connector
is to be used then the supplied adaptor can be used.
For devices with “Surround Sound” digital outputs,
it may be necessary to set such outputs to either “2
channel”, “stereo”, “PCM” or similar to pass on the
correct stream to the M6s DAC.
The computer should now detect the M6s DAC:
Coaxial Inputs
No other drivers are required for the above operating
systems.
All coaxial inputs are capable of accepting up to 24
bit 192 kHz PCM stereo data streams. The incoming
data sample rate is displayed on the front panel
LED’s for reference.
• Linux kernel 2.6.33 or later.
• Apple OS X® 10.6.4 or later.
• Windows 10 Creators Edition.
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For PCs running older Windows operating systems,
a driver download is required. This is available from
the M6s DAC product page on the Musical Fidelity
website. You can also find additional details about
driver setup on the Musical Fidelity website.
Any device that is compliant to the USB Audio Class
2.0 standard should also operate with the M6s
DAC. However Musical Fidelity are unable to provide
support for operation with anything other than the
system listed above.
Additionally, the use of third party software such as
“ASIO” or similar is not supported by Musical Fidelity.
In case of difficulty with any of these software types,
please consult the relevant software documentation
and/or its support services.
CD, MP3, WAV, AAC/+, OGG, FLAC, and any other
audio file types played on suitable playback software
will now play through the unit.
Note: This USB input has a high-speed serial data
processor, and by its nature, requires a very high
volume of USB bandwidth. It will benefit greatly
from being the only device connected on its USB
‘bus’. Sharing the same bus with other devices
could cause unwanted artifacts such as dropouts
or temporary loss of signal. This especially
includes the use of the unit on a USB hub/splitter
whether alongside other USB components or
not. A direct connection to the host computer
by shortest USB 2.0 lead possible is very much
recommended.
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Outputs
On the rear of the unit are 2 sets of outputs. RCA
(single ended) and XLR (balanced).
You can connect the M6s DAC to your amplifier using
whichever is more convenient.
The outputs can operate as either fixed or variable
mode. Fixed mode is suitable for connection to other
equipment which offers a volume control. Variable
mode allows connection directly to power amplifiers
or active speakers where the M6s DAC provides the
volume control.
Choosing between these settings is done by using
the small switch 13 on the back panel.
When in variable, mode the output level can be
controled by either the volume knob on the front
panel 7 or the remote control.
Headphones
The M6sDAC also includes a high quality headphone
amplifier.
Connecting headphones to socket 6 will automatically
mute the main outputs. The volume control on the
front panel 7 or the remote control now adjust the
volume sent to the headphones.
Whilst headphones are connected the MUTE
indicator on the front panel will be lit to indicate the
main outputs are muted.
Note: When headphones are connected to
socket 6 and the back panel Fixed/Variable
output 13 is set to variable mode, the volume will
remain at the volume set by the volume control
if the headphones are removed.
Remote Control Handset
The remote control shown below enables functions
from this and other units from the M3, M5 and M6
ranges to be operated from a convenient distance.
The remote control buttons are split into 3 distinct
areas.
The three rows of grey buttons at the bottom are used
to control the M6s DAC and are detailed below.
The blue buttons control an amplifier such as
the M6si. Consult the amplifier manual for more
information.
As the handset uses an invisible infra-red light beam,
the front edge must be pointed directly towards the
receiver window at the front of the player, without
visual obstruction between them.
If the range of the remote control greatly decreases,
replace the batteries with new ones. Do not mix old
and new batteries – two are required, size AAA, LR03
or SUM-4.
Please dispose of used batteries in accordance to
local battery disposal regulations.
The remaining grey buttons located in the upper
section control a CD player such as M6scd. Consult
the CD player manual for more information
COAX 1
selects COAXIAL input 1
COAX 2 selects COAXIAL input 2
COAX 3
selects COAXIAL input 3
OPTICAL 1
selects OPTICAL input 1
OPTICAL 2
selects OPTICAL input 2
OPTICAL 3
selects OPTICAL input 3
USB
selects USB input
STBY
switch the M6sDAC between
standby and operating mode
VOLUME ▼▲
controls main output of M6sDAC in
variable mode or headhone level
when connected.
CD
INTRO
A/B
AMP
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CHECK
0
CLEAR
PROGRAM
CD PLAYER
TIME
STOP
DISPLAY
PLAY
VOLUME
AMPLIFIER
CD
USB
PHONO
TUNER
AUX1/HT
AUX 2
BAL
MUTE
COAX 1
OPTICAL 1
USB
STBY
COAX 2
OPTICAL 2
COAX 3
OPTICAL 3
VOLUME
SDAC
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Probable Cause
Remedy
No power.
Power plug is not
inserted into socket
correctly.
Plug in securely into unit’s IEC socket.
Excessive hum from
system speakers.
Audio connector plug not
fully pushed in.
Cable Fault.
Unsuitable Cable
(e.g. cable grounds not
connected).
Insert plug securely.
Check cable is connected at both ends.
Some “esoteric” cables have internal wiring intentionally disconnected/modified.
For best results on all inputs, please use good quality screened coax; signal and
screen directly connected both ends.
Digital input not
working.
No connection to that
input.
Incorrect input selected.
Wrong data type sent to
DAC.
Check connection and cable.
Select correct input.
Check source digital output is set for “16 bit stereo PCM” or similar. This
particularly applies to some TVs, most DVD players, and other home theatre type
devices that may give a multichannel digital output. Refer to the source’s manual
for further information.
No audio output, or
too low level output.
Incorrect or missing
connections.
USB Driver not selected.
Check connections and make sure they are secure.
See the Musical Fidelity website for relevant OS setup information.
Dropouts in sound.
Digital input lead not
properly connected.
Faulty digital input lead.
Faulty optical lead.
Check input lead is fully secured.
Change lead. Please use a good quality straight-through signal-and-ground phono
to phono lead.
Optical lead breakage. This can occur if the optical lead is bent into a radius too
small. Avoid tight corners in routing optical leads.
No audio output from
USB input.
USB Cable not
connected.
M6 USB Driver not
selected.
Check connections and make sure they are secure.
See software section for relevant OS setup information.
Please check device is listed in device manager (Windows®) or in Sound, audio
devices for MAC OS X.
Make sure the Musical Fidelity USB audio device is selected as the default OUTPUT
device.
Check USB port functions with another device.
Not detected when
connected to USB.
USB Cable faulty.
USB not working/
enabled on computer.
Correct USB drivers not
installed.
Check and replace cable.
Check USB port functions with another device.
Download and install the device driver from the software downloads section on the
Musical Fidelity website.
Dropouts in sound
(USB input).
Shared USB port with
another device.
Computer busy with
another application.
Computer low on
resources.
Avoid sharing the USB port with other devices, if possible.
At times an application (program) may intervene, sometimes invisibly e.g. a virus
scanner. When this happens, computer resources are temporarily used up, and
playback may suffer. This is not a fault. Try running fewer applications if possible.
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Specifications
Output (RCA/XLR)
Output impedance
Output, digital 0dB level
47 ohms
RCA output - 2.2V R.M.S. nominal (RCA) 4.4V R.M.S. (XLR)
Headphones
Power
Output devices
Output impedance
THD
Signal/noise ratio
Frequency response
1.5W / channel into 32 Ω
2 per channel
40 Ω Suitable for 10-600 Ω headphones
<0.005% typical 20Hz to 20kHz
>115dB “A” wtd
+0, -1dB 20Hz to 50kHz
DAC
DAC circuit
Total correlated jitter
Linearity
Frequency response
Channel separation
Signal to noise
Total harmonic distortion
32 bit Hyperstream II
<12 picoseconds peak to peak
<±0.1dB down to -96dB
<2Hz to 90kHz typically, -3dB (192 kHz input sample rate)
>105dB 20Hz to 20kHz
>120dB “A”- wtd
<0.0012% 10Hz to 20kHz
Connections
Line level outputs
Digital inputs
1 pair line level RCA (phono), left and right
1 pair line level XLR (balanced), left and right
3 RCA coaxial SPDIF in, 32-192 kbps (16-24 bit stereo PCM)
3 TOSLINK optical in, 32-96 kbps (16-24 bit stereo PCM)
1 USB 2.0 in, type ‘Micro B’ connector for computer/PDA/other “host”
16-32 bits, 32-192 kbps fully asynchronous
(Actual data determined by source file/computer software settings)
Power requirement
Mains voltages
Consumption
230V/115V Internally set or 100V optional
20 Watts maximum
Weight
Unit only, unboxed
In shipping carton & inc. accessories
6.9 kg
10.3 kg
Unit dimensions
wide
High, including feet
Deep (front to back) including terminals
440 mm
100 mm
380 mm
Musical Fidelity reserves the right to make improvements which may result in specification or feature changes without notice. E&OE.
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All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners.
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Item Disposal Information for Europe
DISPOSAL
The crossed out wheeled bin label that appears on the
back panel of the product indicates that the product must
not be disposed of as normal household waste. To prevent possible
harm to the environment please separate the product from other
waste to ensure that it can be recycled in an environmentally
safe manner. Please contact your local government office or your
retailer for available collection facilities.
DISPOSITION
La poubelle sur roulettes barrées X, qui apparaît en logo
sur le panneau arrière du produit, indique que celui-ci ne
doit pas être traité comme un déchet domestique commun. Afin de
protéger l’environnement, ce produit électronique devra être géré
séparément et donc recyclé selon les nouvelles normes Européennes
Rohs concernant les déchets d’appareils électroniques. Prière de
contacter les services concernés gouvernementaux ou votre point
de vente pour l’élimination et l’enlèvement de déchets électroniques
équipés de composants électroniques.
AFVAL
Het label op de achterzijde van dit apparaat, een
afvalbak op wielen met een kruis doorgehaald, geeft
aan dat dit apparaat niet samen met gewoon huishoudafval
mag worden weggegooid. Om mogelijke schade aan onze
leefomgeving te voorkomen dient dit apparaat, gescheiden van
gewoon huishoudelijk afval, te worden afgevoerd zodat het op
een milieuvriendelijke manier kan worden gerecycled. Neem voor
beschikbare inzamelplaatsen contact op met uw gemeentelijke
reinigingsdienst of met uw elektronica leverancier.
HÄVITTÄMINEN
Yliruksattua jäteastiaa kuvaava tarra tuotteen
takalevyssä kertoo, että tuotetta ei saa käsitellä
normaalina talousjätteenä. Ympäristön suojelemiseksi on
tuote pidettävä erillään muusta jätteestä ja se on kierrätettävä
ekologisesti kestävällä tavalla. Ota yhteyttä laitteen myyjään tai
Pirkanmaan Ympäristökeskukseen lähimmän kierrätyskeskuksen
löytämiseksi.
DISPOSAL
La etiqueta cruzada hacia fuera del compartimiento que
aparece en el panel trasero del producto indica que el
producto no se debe reciclarse como basura normal de la casa. Para
prevenir daños posible al ambiente separe por favor el producto de
otras basura para asegurarse de que puede ser reciclada de una
manera ambientalmente segura. Entre en contacto por favor a su
oficina gubernamental local o a su minorista para las instalaciones
disponibles de la colección.
AFSKAFNING
Logoet med en skraldespand med kryds over på
bagsiden af apparatet indikerer at dette produkt ikke må
kasseres som normal husholdningsaffald. For at forebygge mulig
skade på miljøet, bedes De separere dette produkt fra andet
affald, og sikre at det bliver genbrugt på en miljørigtig måde.
Kontakt venligst de lokale myndigheder eller din forhandler
for oplysning om nærmeste tilgængelige opsamlingssted for
elektronikaffald.
RIFIUTI
L’etichetta del cassonetto barrato riportato sul retro
dell’apparecchio indica che il prodotto non deve essere
smaltito tramite la procedura normale di smaltimento dei rifiuti
domestici. Per evitare eventuali danni all’ambiente, separare
questo prodotto da altri rifiuti domestici in modo che possa
venire riciclato in base alle procedure di rispetto ambientale.
Per maggiori dettagli sulle aree di raccolta disponibili, contattate
l’ufficio govenativo locale od il rivenditore del prodotto.
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