The innovative Pro-Ject DAC Box DS is not just an excellent digital-to-analog converter for digital audio parts, however it also functions as a remarkable USB audio interface for the most requiring computer system audio applications. This one box does it all! Its class-leading audio performance makes the DAC Box DS an outstanding low-priced high-end bargain. For excellent audio performance making use of a digital connection with Blu-ray gamers, cable/SAT-TV boxes, and other equipment, the DAC Box DS consists of both optical and coaxial digital inputs. And for streaming hi-res digital files from your PC or Mac, the DAC Box DS has a remarkable USB audio interface. Thanks to a current upgrade from Pro-Ject, the DAC Box DS now supports DSD audio playback at 24-bit/192 kHz. If you already possess a DAC Box DS, you can download a free upgrade from Pro-Ject to bring in DSD capability, and all systems of the DAC Box DS offered will now include this much-requested function. The DAC Box DS has a USB audio interface, which supports 24-bit/192 kHz HD music data in fully asynchronous mode. The Pro-Ject integrates the best in audio grade DAC chips, the Burr-Brown PCM 1792, which normally just can be discovered in very pricey high-end designs. For the engaged audiophile, Pro-Ject provides 2 different filter settings (steep and maximum stage) permitting you to choose of your preferred sound choice. The entire audio circuitry design is ultra linear with low output impedance to prevent any negative interference with cable televisions or preamps. The large front-panel display lets you know what the DAC Box DS is doing. The display reveals picked input, incoming bit depth, filter settings, and sampling frequency. The very quiet DC power supply provides DC power supply consumes less than 1 watt or power in standby mode.
Top grade PCM-1792 D/A chip from Texas Instruments Digital inputs: 1 x coax (S/PDIF), 1 x optical (T
24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous USB streaming
8 times oversampling
2 selectable filter settings
Extremely low impedance output stage