Best Usb To Spdif Converter 2016

As the thread title suggests, I would appreciate recommendations for a decent USB to S/PDIF converter - preferably COAX. I do need 24 bit and at least 96K. I have a decent DAC that supports S/PDIF, AES3-id 75 ohm, and TOS. I am already using the TOS input with my Apple TV so S/PDIF on COAX would be ideal.

I got back the Mutec from the loaner daisy chain thingee, and just finished the comparo that I planned to do. I bought this from @Luckbad (Thanks, Ryan) and now it needs a new home. It comes with the and a power cord, cause that's what I got it with.

Products doing both, converting USB to SPDIF and converting SPDIF or any other legacy protocol to USB are rare. Bi-directional USB & Digital Audio Interface. It works like a USB to SPDIF/AES converter but the reverse applies as well. Any input presented at the AES3, S/P-DIF or optical can be recorded over the USB.

Hi, I just got in a trade an old, but great quality dac, a Parasound DAC 2000 Ultra. I tried to use my Musical Fidelity V-Link with it and it did not work. After doing research, I found the V-Link outputs 24 bits which the dac cannot process. Luckily, I also had a Phiree U2 converter

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USB To SPDIF Converter. Products & Services See also: Categories | Featured Products | More Info rmation. View Specs Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) Chips - PCM2707C Stereo Audio DAC with Full Speed USB Interface, Single-Ended Headphone Output, and S/PDIF-- PCM2707CPJTR Supplier: Texas Instruments Description: Stereo Audio DAC with Full Speed USB Interface, Single-Ended Headphone Output, and ...

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Yo! I've been out the loop this year and so much has happened I'm finding it hard to catch up. The threads are huge, with a metric ton of products and opinions. Has there been a newcomer—a clear winner—on the block for bang-for-buck USB to S/PDIF conversion? XMOS XU208 seems to get

If you look under "Greatest Bits" on Audiostream's site, there are two recommended converters. The Bel Canto uLink at $675 is considered Class B (by Audiostream I assume), and in Class C the Musical Fidelity V-Link192 at $249.

Hi, I use a Musical Fidelity V-DAC MKII and guy told me that USB does not give the same sound quality as SPDIF, so he suggested me to buy a hiFace II USB to S/PDIF converter, is that true? I do not understand, what noise or quality should I loose if digital is only 00000000 or 11111111?

Hi, I've just bought superb MSB Platinum DAC III with passive preamplifier, but unfortunately does'n have USB input. It suppose to be one of the best DACs in the world. It plays like a heaven. Never heard my system play so good. Therefore I'm looking for USB -> SPDIF converter, please

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Like the Halide, the V-Link handles 24-bit data with sample rates up to 96kHz, but it costs just $169. Okay, unlike the Halide, the V-Link needs to be used with an S/PDIF or TosLink cable and a USB link, which will add to the cost, but $169 is still one heck of a low price for something that offers the potential for true high-end sound quality ...

Changer Type: USB to Audio; Specifications: USB 24-bit / 96KHz DAC S/PDIF Digital Output - AC3 (Dolby Digital) / DTS Pass-Through Dynamic Range Around 91dB OPAMP Power Supply: USB Powered Analog Out: Stereo Headphone Output and Stereo Line-out Digital Output: S/PDIF Switch: Bass Boost, Direct, Treble Boost Interface: USB A Male Interface ( / …

Now thus far the W4S is better than the Stello and the the Bel Canto and the Berkeley is lights out the best of the it should be. I believe the Audiophillio will be the best (or hope) as it attaches right to the input of your DAC to eliminate the opportunity for yet another cable to screw up the exact 75ohm rating required for the

I currently use a PC to stream via its USB out to a DAC with optical input with an M-Audio Transit USB to optical converter in between. Better quality pro audio active speakers that I know of do not have optical or USB inputs. USB to SPDIF converters such as 2Tech Hiface are over £100 and bit over my budget. Saw these USB to SPDIF converters ...

Opinion Current best USB to SPDIF converter. All: I am in the process of designing and building my own music server and have since learned about an entire segment of hifi where these USB to SPDIF adapters can really make a mid to hifi DAC shine when being fed from a computer. Many of the better companies in fact claim these can elevate a decent ...

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No support for USB. PC's often don't have any of these protocols. You need a protocol converter from USB to SPDIF to bridge the gap. Audiophilleo 1 $ Asynchronous USB 192Khz 24bit sample rate capable Ultra low jitter SPDIF output (<15ps rms) Direct connection to DAC without expensive cable (BNC) Fixed Frequency Clocks

Feb 13, 2016 Messages 39,074 Likes 174,181 Location Seattle Area Dec 18, 2017 #1 This is a review of Gustard U12 which converts USB input to S/PDIF, Toslink, AES/EBU and I^2S. The U12 retails for $170 shipped from Amazon as of this writing. I will be comparing it to Audiophilleo 1 (about $500), Fiio E10K ($76) and Melodious-Audio MX-U8 ($269).

A 2nd hand Focusrite 6i6 1st or 2nd generation has SPDIF in and out while it connects via USB. Also 1st gen or 2nd gen 18i20s had SPDIF and ADAT ins and outs. With some patience you'll find one for $150 or so. Not cheap, but best I can think of right now. These still work with all the Windows and Mac versions. Blumlein 88 Grand Contributor

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Anyone interested in trying out a good USB->SPDIF converter? I am going to start a small loaner tour for the Channel Islands Audio Transient Mk2 USB->SPDIF converter. It does NOT include the LPSU, so it runs off battery power. However, if you have a compatible LPSU, feel free to try it with the converter. Rules of the loaner tour: 1. Limited to ...

Of those two options, I think a USB-to-S/PDIF converter would be your best bet. (I'm assuming your DAC has an S/PDIF input.) But depending on what DAC you're using, you might want to consider getting a USB DAC. There are plenty of good options for most price points these days. I suspect you'd get bigger bang for the buck going this route. What ...

USP: Optional battery power supply, entry level 32/192 capable converter with proprietary USB drivers. Adaptive. Kingrex say "the UC192 can transfer from PC or Mac at 16bit, to 32bit, 192kHz through S/PDIF and I2S outputs. The UC192 runs isochronous with an adaptive clock generator to auto sync with the host.