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mshifi

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Hi, Looking for a usb to coaxial converter to connect my laptop to dac, something like the M2tech. Not sure which brands are available in the market. Would prefer something reliable. Regards
 

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The ifi micro iOne is excellent. It also functions as an independent DAC and Bluetooth adapter. It is powered by the USB cable itself, so no external noise inducing power supply needed. All for just around Rs. 17K from headphonezone.
 

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Hi, Looking for a usb to coaxial converter to connect my laptop to dac, something like the M2tech. Not sure which brands are available in the market. Would prefer something reliable. Regards
There is one signstek brand. Input is usb, output is spdif optical / coaxial. The chip is pcm2704. It's good. The sound however has a bit more of low end. It takes power from usb hence no separate power supply required. I think sound signature will also depend on the quality of power which comes from the usb. To experiment with is good (and cheap ) but may not be best.
 

mshifi

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There is one signstek brand. Input is usb, output is spdif optical / coaxial. The chip is pcm2704. It's good. The sound however has a bit more of low end. It takes power from usb hence no separate power supply required. I think sound signature will also depend on the quality of power which comes from the usb. To experiment with is good (and cheap ) but may not be best.
Yes. Looked up one on Amazon, don't know how the quality of the output would be and hence looking for some reliable brands
 

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i have a yellowtec PUC lite ..its pro audio.
 
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