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Alpha & Delta MK 2 USB-C and Lightning Adapters
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Alpha & Delta MK 2 USB-C and Lightning Adapters

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Doughnut
0
Nov 20, 2022
Does anyone know if these would be better than the Apple lightning to 3.5mm AUX DAC?
JRTi
3
Sep 18, 2022
It suddenly just stops working about two minutes after my phone screen is turned off.
Angelspire
1
May 8, 2022
I’m a newbie here, but I can’t wrap my head around - what is the point in this aside from looking cool? I mean, Apple standard cable is 24 bits at 48 kilohertz and costs $8. This one is 16 bits at 48 kilohertz and costs 3 times that. Am I missing something?
Archerlink3
0
Jun 21, 2022
AngelspireI think the info here is wrong as I just got mine and it is showing 24/48. The amplification power in this is also better than the Apple adapter from what I can tell so it will likely drive high impedance or lower sensitivity headphones easier. The Apple adapter measures very well but will have a different DAC chip. Even with the same bit depth and sample rate different DACs always sound different so you may prefer the sound of one over the other.
basedfob
9
Dec 23, 2021
Lightning variant does not have the same Realtek chip as the USB-C! USB-C bitrate is 32/384 but the Lightning version is only 24/48hz. I was about to buy as an upgrade to the apple dongle thinking the Lightning version has the ALC5685 chip based on massdrop's specs. However, if you go to the manufacturer website, it lists the real chipset and specs. Now I don't think it is an upgrade to the official apple dongle other than having a braided cable. Would have bought if it had the same chip as the USB-C version. Disappointing...for the price of this, you can get 3 official apple dongles.
frontsidebus
61
Mar 17, 2022
basedfobThis is an iOS issue. apples audio has always been and always will be garbage, and I say this as somone with an iphone. There's no way about this other than to get off the apple platform. There's no point in tossing higher end stuff at an apple device because it won't work. You're paying for a better built and sexier cable, apple won't do hires audio, end of story. Their goal is to move everything to blue tootooth and they don't give a flying fuck about quality.
Rowdy2026
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Mar 17, 2022
frontsidebusWhat rubbish…
djanssen
1
Dec 22, 2021
The listed chip for USB-C is a Realtek ALC5685, but that doesn't appear on Realtek's site. Does anyone know what the supported bitrate is? Vortek sells a similar product, same specs and is claiming 32/384. Ultimately, why aren't phone manufacturer's including these in the device itself? These dongles are frustrating.
VGiancola
12
Dec 21, 2021
Go to the manufacturer website and get it for $23.00 including shipping to the US. They are running 30% off all their products with code at checkout. It says expiration 12-1 but I used it last night and it worked, and it has already shipped.
m-87
7
Dec 9, 2021
I think there's a mistake in description. Lightning version is 24bit/48KHz - look here https://www.alphandelta.com/collections/adapters/products/lightning-adapter-mk-2?variant=40137121530050
Rowdy2026
769
Jan 9, 2022
m-87That is exactly what’s described here…
m-87
7
Jan 10, 2022
Rowdy2026"(...) while Lightning models have a sampling rate of 16 bits at 48 kilohertz."
XiiNyth
0
Nov 28, 2021
what the power output at 32 ohms for a reference
Stpn
18
Nov 18, 2021
Does this work with headphones that have a microphone? Usually these adapters make the mic unusable
Kojihu
1
Nov 25, 2021
StpnYes they do
porcupince
7
Nov 16, 2021
Does this (type c version) support the mic and the button on my earphone?
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