when i complete this setup its gonna knock the socks off the neighbors regardless of the outputs/inputs used
some put so much weight on this format but in the end if your speakers suck its gonna suck either way
lol just sent my wish list to kingwa - ref 7 i2s input dac - i2s output di (digital interface) with multi inputs (optical/bnc/aes/rca/usb/i2s) too much to ask of "multi inputs (optical/bnc/aes/rca/usb/i2s)" ?
ins and outs of my soon to be completed setup
comcast hd cable hdmi video+audio => hdtv
nvidia gtx480 pc hdmi video+audio => hdtv
hdtv => optical out
optical in => audio gd ref7 dac
xlr out => behringer b1800d pro subwoofers => behringer b1520dsp loudspeakers
instead of the optical out/in i2s would be preferred
anyone know if theres any hdtv coming that features an i2s audio output ?
just the sheer number of components
and i can still customise it to my liking
under 2000$ ?!?
fook me this is a steal!!!
ive read all 27 pages and the feedback from reference 7ers just sealed the deal for me
youve certainly made it easier thanks!
yeh but reviewers make one dac sound like an f1 and the other jitters like an horse carriage
anyways i totally agree theres losses everywhere from recording all the way down to hearing
all this audio tech just fools/tricks us into thinking thats what we want to hear
we are so very far from absolute purity.. were still infancy.. nothing comes close to live performance
well ive dug further and thanks to the dac threads/posts here...
im looking at dacs and i dont know what to say they all are bittersweet they all have +/- advantages/disadvantages they still jitter/performance could still improve
im in need of a dac but none are really worth parting money on.. should i dig further ?
those of you owning dac/s please any input is appreciated