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post #1 of 236
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Any interest in this?

 

Some info from Digital Audio Blog http://www.digitalaudioblog.com/2011/06/teac-ud-h01-usb-dac.html

TEAC+UD-H01+DAC+with+USB+interface.jpeg

 

 

post #2 of 236

Yes.

Presently waiting for some feedback from the masses.

post #3 of 236

From the article.

 

Vincent Kars hinted us that TEAC, the mother ship, has quietly launched (in Japan and Europe)

 

As of recent I am seeing more and more products bypassing the US and either being launched ONLY in Japan like the Onkyo Dac.  I am starting to think that the Asus Esseence One Dac might not be heading to American soil either.

 

 

post #4 of 236

If this got the quality of high end without the high price I might be interested. Will wait for reviews first.

post #5 of 236

Keeping my fingers crossed for the US launch... I am ready to either get this or the Xonar Essence One! The wait is excruciating...
 

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Originally Posted by Dynobot View Post

From the article.

 

Vincent Kars hinted us that TEAC, the mother ship, has quietly launched (in Japan and Europe)

 

As of recent I am seeing more and more products bypassing the US and either being launched ONLY in Japan like the Onkyo Dac.  I am starting to think that the Asus Esseence One Dac might not be heading to American soil either.

 

 



 

post #6 of 236

high end NJM opamps apparently: http://174.120.226.97/~leoyeh1/vbb/showpost.php?p=150038&postcount=23

 

hopefully single opamps, but I can't find a datasheet in anything else than chinese.

post #7 of 236

Hi,

 

A TEAC representative told me that units are being shipped to the U.S. and should be available in "a few weeks." The MSRP is $499 and there is a preorder page available at J&R: http://www.jr.com/teac/pe/TEA_UDH01_hy_S

 

Should be an interesting unit!

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post #9 of 236

im not very informed on dacs but i've been looking for an upgrade. i wonder how this compares to the dac magic or PS audio digital link III?

post #10 of 236

I wonder how this will stack up against the new DACs like ASUS Xonar Essence One and Maverick D2.

post #11 of 236

I am in the market for a new dac to upgrade from my Fiio combo.  This has been on the radar along with the Asus Essence ONE, and am waiting for some feedback from others before making my final decision.  This product hasnt been on the market too long either and there is not a great deal of information about this or its sister product the A-H01, which also looks interesting.  Looks like I need to trawl the interwebz for some reviews and comparisons as the wallet is getting a little heavy, although xmas is likely to hurt that situation.

post #12 of 236

The TEAC sounds killer for the price! Lots of good DAC/AMP's coming out this year.

I'm really excited about the TEAC and the new DacMagic Plus!

 

post #13 of 236

Too bad most DAC's, including this one got too few digital inputs. I need at least two SPDIF inputs and two optical inputs since I will use it with a music streamer, cable decoder, Blu-Ray player and a CD-player/CD-transport.

 

I was seriously considering this one, but it lost because of few digital inputs.

As far as I can see Audolab's M-DAC will fit my demands well.

post #14 of 236

Have you considered a receiver with digital output to connect to the DAC?
 

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Originally Posted by MrProggie View Post

Too bad most DAC's, including this one got too few digital inputs. I need at least two SPDIF inputs and two optical inputs since I will use it with a music streamer, cable decoder, Blu-Ray player and a CD-player/CD-transport.

 

I was seriously considering this one, but it lost because of few digital inputs.

As far as I can see Audolab's M-DAC will fit my demands well.



 

post #15 of 236

I'd be interested to read some impressions on how this sounds from the headphone output.

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