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Item Condition: very good Shipping Options: Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Melbourne State: Victoria Payment Method: Paypal Reason for selling: I have replaced my DAC and no longer needs this device Further information:
The hiFace2 plugs into a USB port at the source (e.g. computer) and then connects to a DAC through coax interface. It produces better sound than many hi-end USB cables. I have compared it with a number of USB-AB cables in the $200 mark. One needs a good coax cable to connect this device to the DAC. Software can be downloaded from the manufacturer website and installed on the computer from where the music is streamed.
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Item Condition: Brandnew Seal in box. Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Hoxton Park State: New South Wales Payment Method: Paypal, Cash, Bank Transfer, postage cost $15 flat Reason for selling: Need $$$ Further information: Received today.
I need the money so decided to sell this *Brand new unopen seal, invoice + warranty from today!
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Some of you may remember my journey into buying a 2 channel system. I'm very happy with my purchase, however, I'm just wondering if any of you have any experience in using cheap USB DACs.
As part of my Primare NP5 streamer purchase I was gifted a free three-month trial for Tidal Hi-Fi (thanks @gwurbfor bringing this to my attention). When streaming via Chromecast and Apple Airplay through the NP5 I am unable to stream Master quality (this isn't a bad thing as Hi-Fi quality is still sounding good and is better than the quality through Spotify). However, should I want to listen to Master quality albums on my MacBook through my Audiolab 6000a, what is the best way of doing this without paying too much.
I was going to buy a 3.5mm to Toslink cable but then found out that my version of Mac no longer has analog/optical audio out through the headphone port (good ol' Apple). And I don't think my Galaxy Note 9 can do this through its headphone port. I have been looking online and it looks like I could potentially run a USB - S/PDIF from my Mac to the amp. I'm assuming I can pass audio from my Mac to the amp this way. If so, I've found the following device and was wondering if anyone here has used it before and if so will it achieve wha ti want it to? Or are there other cheap alternatives out there?
Signstek HIFI USB to Coaxial S/PDIF Converter Convert Digital to Analogue Signal Mini USB DAC PCM
If I were to use this one would the DAC in my amp be used for the audio and not the DAC in the device?
The other alternative is to get a jack to RCA cable and plug my Note 9 to the amp that way. I'm guessing this would affect the quality of the music, or am I wrong here?
I got a vintage Rotel amp powering a floorstanding speakers. If I buy the Chromecast audio , is that possible to stream audio from my mobile(tidal/Spotify) through the Chromecast to Integrated amp then to speakers through the 3.5mm jack?
Please clarify, if not please help me how to connect a choremcast to a vintage amp?
I have a Panasonic 4k UHD TV but the interface and app support is poor.
Thinking of getting either an Apple 4K TV or a Roku Ultra 2019 model.
For streaming music and movies, what would you recommend and why.
I have watched a number of reviews but cannot choose one of the other at the moment.