JDSLABS ODAC/USB Digital Analog Converter
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- output 24bit 96000Hz System condition: Windows XP VISTA 7 MAC OS10 OR LINUX
- Frequency Response: +/- 0.1 dB (10 hz 19 Khz 24/44) THD+N 100 hz 0 dBFS: 0.0029% THD+N 20 hz 1 dBFS: 0.003% IMD CCIF 19/20 Khz 3 dBFS: 0.0011% IMD SMPTE
- Noise A-Weighted dBu 24/44: --102.8 dBu Dynamic Range: > 110 dB A-Weighted Linearity Error -90 dBFS 24/44: 0.0 dB Crosstalk 0 dBFS Line Out 100K: --93.5 dB
- USB Jitter 11025 hz J-test 24/44: Excellent Maximum Output Line Out 100K: 2.0 Vrms Distortion: < 0.005% PCB Dimensions: 49.0 x 58.0 mm Weight: 2oz
- Size:Standard Case Dimensions: 53 x 62 x 13mm
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The ObjectiveDAC (ODAC) is a digital to analog converter designed by NwAvGuy and Yoyodyne Consulting, which achieves reference grade audio performance. Complete benchmarks can be found at NwAvGuy's OAC Release Article. The Standalone ODAC is ready to use in its own aluminum case: ODAC can be paired with any amplifier! Objective2 owners can use the Standalone ODAC without modifying their existing amp ODAC features a 3.5mm line level output jack, common to portable headphone amplifiers. No performance loss occurs with RCA input devices using a 3.5mm-to-RCA Cable. As with any DAC, an amplifier is required! With so many headphones, earphones, cables and headphone amps to choose from, it can help to know what to look for. Check out the website for reviews, comparisons, tips, specs and recommendations! The name of the website is「BUYJAPAN HOT EARPHONE AND HEADPHONE CABLE REVIEW!!」. Please check!!
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-Good Talk Russ
I am a music listening enthusiast whom is looking for better way to listen to music. However I also hated the audiophile phenomenon, that of people avoiding scientific ways to judge better sound from worse ones, and spending tons of money on audiophile myths.
Everyone is free to spend their cash, but spending cash while bringing an unscientific, cult-liked status to music lovers is just stupid.
If you don`t know what is a USB DAC (digital-to-analog-converter), it is something to connect to your computer via USB that bypasses onboard DAC (yes, there is a DAC that lives inside your computer and it is generally not a good one). You can connect your headphone to this DAC or through an amplifier, and that supposedly should give you a scientifically more "correct" sound (less distortions).
This is not always the case, because manufactures whom don`t know science, will produce a DAC that makes a less correct sound, call that "top of the line" and sell it to you at "top of the line" price. This used to be the norm until the NwAvGuy came, and design a simple yet close to scientific correct DAC priced for everyone (I am sure many manufactures whom profit from myths, hated NwAvGuy by heart). NwAvGuy`s design is open-sourced then, so any company can use his design (but not modify it. This prevents manufacturers trying to sell you a scientifically worse product because they don`t know science).
JDSLab is just one of the company that uses NwAvGuy`s design. I will stay away from myths and tell you that "Yes, there is an improvement in sound from ODAC. It is not something huge but it is slightly better than the sound straight from my macbook, and probably is better than sound from any PC, because any sound cards is an imperfect version to the ODAC".
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