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Is this version 2 with the opt11 sub out? No pictures of the rear on this drop. If this is the case it's a great alternative to the TEAC AI-101DA
Awesome! I have the TEAC, but would have also considered this if I knew. It would be nice if the product drop had this information.
I asked that same question and bought one last time around and works perfectly. I have vintage JBL stuff with a powered JBL subwoofer and I got the cord I needed which was male rca to mini jack and its great. This unit has so much flexibility and does so much its hard to believe it isn’t much more expensive. I’m sitting here using the BT functionality for the first time and playing a mp3 from my ipad its got a great sound, very impressed myself everything works as described and very well.
I went with the TEAC for the headphone output. Have the Sennheiser HD6XX cans arriving in Dec., and the HP output from my Denon receiver sounds like ass, so for the price, I thought I'd try it out and see if it can replace the receiver for pushing passive bookshelf's/sub and competent HP output.
I should add that this is for a desktop PC setup, so everything near-field and not needing a lot of power.
Funny I too came from a Denon receiver for dual purpose speakers and headphones for my desktop PC. I use my TEAC to power my Klipsch bookshelf and sub. While I also have a Schiit Stack Uber’s for my headphones. Waiting on a pair of HD6XX too haha. brother!
Those Klipsch are a much better choice for the TEAC than the less-efficient B&W601se or the Affordable Acuracy Monitors I have for desktop duty.
Can't wait to the hear the HD6XX. Never had HPs that cost more than $100 before. If the TEAC doesn't cut the mustard, I'll look into Emotiva or Schiit.