hiFace Two

Digital-to-Digital Converter

High performance link between computers, tablets or smartphones and digital-to-analogue converters

The hiFace Two is a high value-for-money digital-to-digital converter to turn your computer into the main audio source for any hi-fi system equipped with a digital input.

If your hi-fi system includes a digital-to-analogue converter, or when your amplifier or CD player has a digital input to use their internal DAC with external sources, then you can use the hiFace Two to turn your computer into a high performance digital music source.

Just insert the hiFace Two into one of your computer’s USB ports and connect its output to the digital input available on your hi-fi system: you can listen to music files with a very high quality sound, whether they are MP3, CD-quality or high-resolution files.

Extremely easy to use, it is seen by your computer as a sound card. No need for drivers with Mac and Linux computers, driver for Windows is provided.

The hiFace Two does its best together with…

Your hi-fi system
The hiFace Two is a digital connection, so you only need your computer and the digital input of your hi-fi system.
A PC or Smartphone and a portable DAC with headphones amplifier
This is the simplest setup, which can deliver amazing sound provided both the DAC/amplifier and headphones are of good quality.



PCM sampling frequencies:

PCM 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz (according to S/PDIF standard)

PCM Resolution:

16 to 24 bits

Signal/Noise Ratio:

144 dBA

Output impedance:

75 Ohms

Inputs and Outputs


USB 2.0 high speed (USB A male connector)




Dimensions and Weight


80x15x10mm (LxWxH)


net 50g
gross 100 g


Output voltage:

0.5 Vrms (into 75 Ohms load)

Supply voltage:

5 VDC (powered by USB)

Power consumption:

300 mA





Operating systems

Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 8.1
Windows 10
Windows 11

(Update 06/07/2020)
Please note: depending on the used antivirus, a false positive alarm for a Troyan virus can be generated during download or installation. Should this happen, we recommend temporarily disabling the antivirus, installing the driver and restarting the antivirus.

Windows XP
Windows Vista

(updated 29/7/2016)