The new Mytek
Manhattan II ($6,000, $1,000 for Manhattan owner upgrade) uses the same chasis as the Manhattan but changes have happened beneath the surface. The current Manhattan was designed and built before MQA rode into town, so it's not MQA ready (and will never be). Thus the MQA-enabled Manhattan II which can be looked at as containing all of the tech inside the less expensive Brooklyn, but made bigger and better. Changes over the original include a new motherboard, a new ESS 9038 Sabre DAC chip, a new 32-bit driveless (for Mac and Linux) USB solution, improved insulated clocks, new analog faders, and a re-designed phono preamp.