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Features
Volume control
Built-in D/A converter
Yes
Headphone output
Yes
USB
Yes
Available colours
Black

General

Built-in D/A converter
Yes
D/A audio
DAC (audio chip)
Burr Brown (TI) PCM5102
Can be used as a preamplifier

Connectors

Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)
Analogue RCA stereo inputs
0 pair
Analogue RCA stereo outputs
1 pair
Balanced input (analogue) XLR
0 pair
Balanced input digital XLR (AES / EBU)
Balanced output (analogue) XLR
0 pair
Balanced output digital XLR (AES / EBU)
Digital coaxial input (S/PDIF)
0 pc
Digital coaxial output (S/PDIF)
Digital optical input (S/PDIF)
0 pc
Digital optical output (S/PDIF)
Firewire
Headphone output
Yes
Headphone output (3.5 mm)
1 pc
Headphone output (Jack plug 6.3 mm/1/4
0 pc
Output effect per channel
138 mW
Pre output (full range)
No
Tele plug 6.3mm input
0 pc
USB
Yes
USB powered (only mha USB)
Yes

Design

Available colours
Black

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
100 mm
Height
25 mm
Width
62 mm
Weight
0.3 kg

Features

Features
Volume control

Communication

Wireless connection

Compatibility

High resolution audio formats

Audio features

Tone/balance controller

Power supply

Battery operated
No
Separate power connector (mains)
No

Miscellaneous

Release year
2012

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Reviews

3.6 of 5 stars

Based on 3 reviews

JoHi
2014-03-27
Used daily with Sennheiser HD485/Foobar. Good resolution, bit on the warmer side. Perform better in a facility than with kids (Arcam FMJ18 + MA Silver 2).
Libell
2012-10-01
Good sound for its size, and given that it is powered through USB. However, there are better choices about USB operation is not required (as it was in my case). Very small and well built, and it delivers a warm, full sound together with Denon D600! For 2000kr I can not say that it is a cleanly purchase, but in terms of its size, audio quality and so was the spot for me.
TDLG30RTL
2012-06-09
Hot and nice sound. Perfect for AKG K701, may be a bit too with hoisted closed lurking example, AKG K518, feels a little loudness then, but it depends on the headphones and not rPacen.