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NuForce uDAC-2

NuForce uDAC-2

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USB DAC: USB native bit rate: 32, 44.1, 48, and 96 kHz, 24-bit Maximum Sampling Rate: 96khz Bit Resolution: 24-bits Dynamic Range: 90db THD+N: 0.05% Digital Output: coaxial RCA 75-ohm Power output: 80mW x 2 @ 16-Ohm Headphone Impedance: 16-300 Ohm Frequency Response: 20-20kHz Powered by: USB Bus Powered, 80 mA/5V Read More

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Thanks Will. I'm just trying to share that buyers shouldn't expect these work with just any speakers. The UDAC-2 will work with speakers that are powered but will not work with your average bookshelf or floor speakers. That said, its a great unit for headphones, powered speakers, or to plug into your amplifier. Folks with those type of systems shouldn't hesitate.
Hi all. Just to clarify. This unit is a DAC with a headphone amp. It does not have an amp that will power passive speakers. You will need powered (ie. active) speakers if you want to use this DAC without an amplifier. Onward!
Odelay. DACs need an amp to run speakers. Some units like the NuForce Dia have both. That said, this would work great with powered speakers and/or headphones. The Dia is just an all in one for those who prefer traditional speakers.
theoneguy
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Jun 19, 2013
This unit has both an amp and dac built in. I think you're confused.
but then you need an amp and speakers. how about a massdrop for the NuForce Dia - then all you need is speakers and most of us have those.
@Drew Not sure I follow senior. This is an amp/dac combo unit and you can run speakers through the RCA outs on the back.
n0rvig
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Jun 20, 2013
@Will I think he's saying that it isn't the type of amp that will directly power speakers. It has line-out but not speaker connectors. No biggie, since this DAC obviously isn't designed as an old school HI-FI amp.