Emotiva XDA-2 | USB DAC, Digital Preamp and Headphone Amp

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Manufacturer Details

The XDA-2 links to all your digital music sources-computer, media gamer, CD transportation, and more-and renders audiophile-quality noise. With its precision analog resistor ladder volume control that preserves resolution even at low volumes, the XDA-2 is a perfect digital preamp. At the very same time, its discrete, high-current headphone amplifier drives earphones with authority. The XDA-2 is the ideal method to enhance the sound quality of essentially any audio system. No matter your digital source-or sources-the XDA-2 prepares, with numerous optical and coaxial inputs, as well as 24/192 USB for easy connection to your computer system. Emotiva's Differential ReferenceTM topology, combined with an asynchronous sample rate converter to eliminate jitter, renders exceptional sound quality. Combined with the convenience of a front-panel alphanumeric display screen and a full-function machined aluminum remote control, there's no much better value in DACs today. The nerve center of your modern digital audio system.

Product Features

Three audiophile-quality components in one: USB DAC, digital preamp, and high-current headphone amplifier. 6 digital inputs (2 coax, 2 Toslink, 1 USB, 1 AES/EBU). Plus full 24/192 support for all inputs, including USB. Analog Devices AD1955 multi-bit delta-sigma DAC delivers exceptional performance and superior audio quality. Analog Devices AD1896 asynchronous sample rate converter (ASRC) provides almost total immunity to jitter. Differential ReferenceTM balanced design with OPA 2134 precision op amps.

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