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  1. I was searching the web and came across this item. It creates a direct i2S link between your DAC and computer. Not sure if it is good or bad, but the multichannel version has my interest for use in a Home Theatre PC. Pink Faun i2S Bridge (English at bottom of page) http://www.pinkfaun.nl/portal/productaanbod/dac-streaming-audio/1440-i2s-bridge DAC List (bottom of page) http://triplemaudioshop.nl/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=1584&Itemid=116 I am not to sure myself what this i2S signal exactly is, but as I understand this is the pure digital information signal (PCM?) Edit: Some possible implementations of this card down this thread http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/80572-music-streamers-that-are-diy/ Oooh, already mentioned before in this forum. (Thanks @myrantz) http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/80594-pinkfaun-i2s-card-and-directstream-dac/ Link to the forum mentioned in the link above http://www.psaudio.com/forum/directstream-all-about-it/compatible-i2s-source-devices/
  2. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/301397942069?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649 I was wondering what people can tell me about this little device. The specs sound good and I like that it has what it looks like an i2s HDMI output. I am interested to know if it would be possible to use an USB DAC for HD movies with JRiver. High Res DSD doesn't seem to be that different except for the format.
  3. With the computer becoming more common as a digital source, and all the USB DAC's that pop up everywhere, the wait is for the first wave of multichannel DAC's. HDMI is now the only option for multichannel HD audio, at this point, except for some professional sound cards, unless you like to use your PC as an analog source. I came across a couple of reads and possibilities which really uses the strength of the PC to it's benefit. http://www.whatsbestforum.com/showthread.php?13352-The-***Unofficial***-Multichannel-DAC-Thread Home Theatre http://www.acousticfrontiers.com/201366how-to-replace-your-home-theater-pre-pro-with-a-htpc/ Stereo http://www.computera...usb-dac-review/
  4. Hi guys, just got my new DAC from Emil Scholz for my home studio The model is ESD-6300, based on two multibit PCM63P-K and equipped with ADAT interface. As soon as 90 days warranty will be over I will disassemble it and check the stuff inside In the box ESD-6300 DAC Toslink cable HDMI cable for I2S Power supply Audio RCA cable 3.5mm to 2xRCA audio cable USB cable Manual Short Survey The DAC is very compact, made of anodized aluminum, all controls can be reached by push/turn encoder. Maximum sample rate is 96k, word length is 24 bit (digital filter and all inputs), 20 bit digital to analog (galvanic isolated) section. Optional replaceable module can be used to upgrade 20-bit version (PCM63 or AD1862 based) into advanced 24-bit PCM1704 DACs. The volume control is fully digital and has 100 steps. Output level is not trimmable, nominal level is -10dBv. The LCD screen displays all the necessary information - selected input, sample rate, channel mode, output phase mode, digital filter mode, emphasis, errors etc. The control of the DAC is very easy - just push or turn the encoder knob to achieve all the settings control. Stereo bargraph displays output or input aux level in dB. Connections The DAC has four digital inputs - optical s/pdif, coaxial s/pdif, USB, LVDS I2S (can be configured for any format such as 16-24 bit 'classic' I2S or left or right justified digital source - manually or automatically, the LVDS TX board should be ordered separately). An additional 3.5mm auxiliary input allows connecting audio source with 2Vrms maximum level of signal. Headphone output has 250mW output power @ 30 ohms impendence. If your model is equipped with ADAT board you can connect an 8-channel ADAT source to this DAC (only two stereo pairs or ADAT channels 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 or 7/8 can be played). When USB mode is selected the optical input can be used as digital input from external source to computer. Output is RCA left and right jack. Audition Source - Audio Research CD6 player, amplifier - Sony TA-A1 + KEF Reference 1. Headphones - Sennheiser HD 380 Pro. CD used - Pink Floyd 'The Wall', Michael Jackson 'Man In Black II', The String Quartet Tribute to Led Zeppelin, Natalie Cole 'Leavin', classic music (Rachmaninov Vocalise transcribed for violin and piano, Mozart Requiem Mass in D minor). Audition took place in a room equipped as a home studio. Sound Classic balanced Burr Brown PCM63 sound without any artifacts. Headphones output is powerful, the volume reserve is enough. I liked headphones and line out sound. The DAC played all my recordings with good quality in my opinion. Conclusion A pretty good DAC for home and studio usage. Compact size, clear sound, easy control and additional futures such as R2R PCM63/1704/AD1862 DAC, multiformat LVDS I2S and ADAT support makes this DAC a very interesting model in the modern delta-sigma market.
  5. Pedja has designed a board for feeding the AyaII or any TDA1541A DAC with simultaneous mode which allows the TDA1541a to receive discrete left / right data to attenuate jitter and glitch pulses. The board will be populated so it looks relatively easy for a DIY novice like me to wire up. The board uses the XMOS USB receiver chip, isolation, dual clocks, reclocking, inverted data options for dual differential designs and looks to include firmware options for right justified output needed for the Burr Brown PCM63/1702/1704 family. The design shows the usual excellence Pedja is known for. It looks like it will be around $250 landed . https://www.audialonline.com/topics/asynchronous-usb-to-simultaneous-data-interest-check/
  6. I come from a non-technical background, but what I've read about I2S seems pretty good on paper. So why isn't it more common? Antipodes had the following on their website, explaining why they favour USB in their devices. I know I could just take their word for it, but I'd like to hear if someone more knowledgeable than me has a different opinion?
  7. Item: QED Reference 1m HDMI cable (ultra low jitter). Location: Brissy. Price: QED reference HMDI 1m cable AUS RRP $270+ shipping $100 plus shipping. Item Condition: All as new. Need a shorter HMDI cable to neaten up my setup. I buy, I try, you benefit. Payment Method: Pickup – Paypal. Postage – Paypal (as a friend or add 3%) Extra Info: The QED HMDI cable is the perfect length for LVDS (I2S over HMDI) at 1m. It is a very low jitter cable that combines a filter to screen out ultra-high frequency noise. Perfect for LVDS or video duties. PHOTOS: To come tomorrow. https://www.digitalcinema.com.au/qed-reference-hdmi-cables.html
  8. Item: Q N K T C USB-I2S Module + Analog Board 1.1 Location: Melbourne Price: $60 + shipping Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: Not using Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Direct Deposit Extra Info: http://www.qnktc.com/ab_11/AB_11.html Pictures: Pics are from original seller This is a re-listing with a reduced price. This unit contains the a USB to I2S module plus a DAC board and case. See link above for full details. This model is no longer available - a new unit with a different analog board is in the works. See the DIYAudio thread linked from the manufacturers page. I consider this sort of a DIY item. Under Windows it is limited to 48kHz due to the drivers. This restriction was being worked on by developers - check the DIYAudio thread. Also, it does not play 16 bit data. If it did I would keep it for a bedroom system. Make sure you read the manufacturers page before buying. This unit would be perfect for someone wanting to experiment with an I2S connection into their own DAC from a PC USB port. This is what I intended to do with it, but I lost interest.
  9. Further information: Price Slashed I have nothing to use this in at the moment, its taking up cupboard space! It is a great HDMI audio cable, a step up from my supra cable and good in a HT set up but I cant listen to SACD on my system through HDMI so back to my balanced cables that will do both. The wisdom of using this as an upgrade to a PS audio system becomes apparent with their I2S format. If you have a DAC with a I2s input? Includes postage, will cover original box. Manufacturer Notes: "Ever wanted to have an HDMI cable just for your audio needs? Harmonic Technology is proud to introduce the Magic Audio (only) OFC HDMI cable that has been designed for your optimal audio transmissions – such as between PS Audio Wave transports and the PS Audio Wave DAC." - Harmonic Technology https://www.hifizine.com/2011/12/harmonic-technology-magic-audio-hdmi-rev-1-4a-high-speed-cable/ https://www.thecableco.com/magic-hdmi-cable.html Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved You understand that a reasonable donation for selling fees is expected upon successful sale of your item
  10. Further information: Wireworld Starlight Cat 8 Ethernet Cable 1 Meter long. This cable is uses 23 AWG Silver- clad OFC. Can be used as a regular ethernet and i2s connection. This cable is more extended sounding at the high and low end compared to the Audioquest Vodka and Diamond ethernet cables. It has a good midrange presence and did not find to be annoying in terms of brightness. Its ability to retrieve high freq details is outstanding. Photos:
  11. Further information: Bought this recently from SNA member. It is a great HDMI audio cable, a step up from my supra cable and good in a HT set up but I cant listen to SACD on my system through HDMI so back to my balanced cables that will do both. The wisdom of using this as an upgrade to a PS audio system becomes apparent with their I2S format. Manufacturer Notes: "Ever wanted to have an HDMI cable just for your audio needs? Harmonic Technology is proud to introduce the Magic Audio (only) OFC HDMI cable that has been designed for your optimal audio transmissions – such as between PS Audio Wave transports and the PS Audio Wave DAC." - Harmonic Technology https://www.hifizine.com/2011/12/harmonic-technology-magic-audio-hdmi-rev-1-4a-high-speed-cable/ https://www.thecableco.com/magic-hdmi-cable.html Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  12. Item: Sonore Signature Rendu Location: Melb 3169 Price: $2200 Item Condition:V Good Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: The SSR is a very simple device that does only one thing, take a stream (DLNA) via Ethernet and output it via SPDIF or I2S onto your DAC. Widely considered to be the best digital front end/renderer. It had a fantastic SPDIF output however listening to it via the I2S output is a revelation. I have used this for 2 years , I purchased from USA 2nd hand the transformer has been rewired to 230v, the iec socket has been upgraded Schaffner (mains filter with excellent filter attenuation and a mains switch) More information can be found in the following. https://www.computeraudiophile.com/ca/reviews/Sonore-Signature-Series-Rendu-Review/
  13. Item: Holo Spring DAC level 3 "Kitsune Tuned" + Singxer su-1 Location: Melbourne Price: $2500 for both Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Holo Audio’s Spring DAC – This model is the fully loaded version with Silver transformer upgrade and Jensen Cap upgrades. Patented R2R technology. This is the first discrete DAC that has linear compensation and this allows for ultimate music reproduction accuracy. Dual R2R network for PCM, and Dual R2R network for DSD Singxer SU-1: if you don't know what this is have a look at this SNA thread that describes it as a "game changer for USB and computer audio" To quote For those not quite up to speed with what this thing does, it takes the USB data output from a computer or dedicated music server and converts the information to be outputted to a DA Convertor, via an HDMI i2s connection (the best option); or out through a spdif/coax (almost as good); a three pin balanced out connection or BNC connector(likely better than coax). I'd prefer to sell these locally as I don't have the box for the Holo Pictures:
  14. If anyone has spares or will be ordering from Audio-gd in the near future.
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