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24-bit/192kHz USB audio DAC with analog and digital outputs.
Super DAC is a USB digital to analog converter with stereo RCA analog outputs and both coaxial and optical digital outputs. With audiophile-grade Wolfson DAC/ADCs, the M-Audio Super DAC performs 24-bit/192kHz high-definition audio conversion over a USB 2.0 connection. This results in the highest possible audio quality, which is critical for users who want to connect their audio equipment to their computer but are not satisfied with the sound quality of the typical computer sound card or the compression limitations of a Bluetooth connection. Six sampling rates between 44.1 and 192kHz are user selectable so you can achieve the exact performance level needed for any given circumstance.
Super DAC has a built-in high quality headphone amplifier with both 1/4" and 1/8" jacks, for connecting any headphones directly without the need for an adapter. It also features analog stereo RCA line outs and coaxial and optical digital output connections, so you can easily connect a wide array of external equipment. Since virtually all high-quality audio equipment has a digital input, Super DAC’s optical and coaxial digital outputs are perfect for driving that equipment with a pure digital signal—especially valuable since most computers do not have a digital output.
- 24-bit/192kHz high-definition audio conversion over a USB 2.0 connection
- High-quality headphone amplifier with 1/4" and 1/8" outputs
- Stereo analog line in
- Stereo analog RCA line outputs
- Coaxial and optical digital outputs
- Wolfson digital conversion
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Comments about M-Audio SUPERDAC II Digital Audio Converter:
The sound is very good, for the price. You can do much better for a little more. I got it because it fit my remaining balance. :D
It's bus powered, which is good, but not very loud. If you are doing critical listening, this is a limiting factor.
When you're in PC land, get ASIO4ALL so you can adjust the buffer settings across a variety of platforms. Otherwise, each program handles the CMedia drivers differently. Much weeping and gnashing of teeth.
I can throw it in my go bag, and if something happens to it, meh.
Find one cheaper than list.