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post #2776 of 2814

Just got my nfb-10.33 and it sounds awesome :L3000: this thing is freaking huge too lol. I guess I should have looked at the measurements better because it takes up most of the empty space on my desk when I pulled it out. 

post #2777 of 2814

Can the 10.33 be had with the large transformer, better aluminum housing and volume knob from the NFB 28? Basically what I'm looking for is a 10.33 upgraded in the same way that the NFB-ES3 is to turn it into the NFB28 except the modifcation of the inputs and outputs. I will be using this solely as a digital preamp connected to a pair of Emotiva XPA-1L's via XLR and a pro amp for my subs. Since I will being driving all four XLR outs I was wondering if this could be done. Also, does anyone know if the volume control is implemented? Since it will be my preamp, precise channel tracking without losing resolution/bits is key.


Edited by bassaddicted - 11/3/13 at 2:20am
post #2778 of 2814
That is definitely a question for Kingwa...
post #2779 of 2814
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Originally Posted by bassaddicted View Post
 

Can the 10.33 be had with the large transformer, better aluminum housing and volume knob from the NFB 28? Basically what I'm looking for is a 10.33 upgraded in the same way that the NFB-ES3 is to turn it into the NFB28 except the modifcation of the inputs and outputs. I will be using this solely as a digital preamp connected to a pair of Emotiva XPA-1L's via XLR and a pro amp for my subs. Since I will being driving all four XLR outs I was wondering if this could be done. Also, does anyone know if the volume control is implemented? Since it will be my preamp, precise channel tracking without losing resolution/bits is key.

 

That sounds an awful lot like the original NFB-10WM (without the LCD display, remote, and USB-32 of course)

post #2780 of 2814

The NFB 10.33 already have the chassis with volume knob same as the NFB28 .

The larger transformer want to custom order.

post #2781 of 2814
Thank you. One more question, is the volume control on the nfb 10.32 and 10.33 analog?
post #2782 of 2814

All our amps have the analog volume control, the volume is in the current area, through change the I/V conversion as volume control.

post #2783 of 2814
Thank you. Looks like I will be ordering one of the Wolfson dacs soon.
post #2784 of 2814
On the 10.32, would there be a problem connecting the rca outs to a subwoofer amp and the xlr outs to a main speaker amp and using it as a preamp? Is the voltage cut in half by driving both the xlr and rca outs at the same time? I am looking to use this dac as a digital front end in a high end 2.2 setup, no headphones.
post #2785 of 2814
I have the NFB-10ES. And wanted to connect the Violectric HPA V181 amp without unplugging my xlr cables to my speakers. So I guess this is not gonna happen without always unplugging xlr cables?
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post #2787 of 2814

Thanks  :)

 

If running speakers & headphones at some time would this affect anything SQ wise as I think its duplicating or splitting the signal. I assume not as its preamp.

post #2788 of 2814

Does it support USB OTG audio (work with Android phone/tablet as source)?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs

post #2789 of 2814
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Originally Posted by Toe Tag View Post
 

Does it support USB OTG audio (work with Android phone/tablet as source)?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs

 

The older models with TE7022 for the USB receiver should work, but the current ones with USB-32 need specific drivers so it doesn't work.  The NFB-10 series is big and heavy so you can forget about carrying them around and using Android sources..

post #2790 of 2814
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Originally Posted by zenki14 View Post
 

 

The older models with TE7022 for the USB receiver should work, but the current ones with USB-32 need specific drivers so it doesn't work.  The NFB-10 series is big and heavy so you can forget about carrying them around and using Android sources..

 

Not drivers are needed for linux :confused:

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