This seems to be recent, has good specs (for the price) and it's supposed to be around $50 cheaper than a Yulong U100. I can't seem to find any information about it around here, but it would be nice to know any impressions if anyone is already using it...
MATRIX Rip USB decoder is designed for computer playback of high-fidelity audio with the development of high-impedance headphones amplifier audio equipment. Via computer USB port or coaxial digital audio playback of up to 24bit/96KHz signal, the internal headphone amplifier can easily drive all kinds of moving coil headphones. Sophisticated design Rip USB decoder has the following features:
• USB interface supports up to 24bit/96KHz playback of digital audio signals.
• USB interface, support for Microsoft windows7, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS X system.
• interface to support up 24bit/96KHz coaxial digital audio signal playback.
• internal headphone amplifier unit can drive up to 300 ohm impedance of moving coil headphones.
• Dual headphone outputs for easy connection of different impedance headphones. With analog RCA input and output ports can be used as a stand-alone headphone amplifier.
• the use of high-quality audio converter chip PCM1793.
• the use of special ultra-low distortion audio op amp to get the best signal playback.
• the performance of natural sound with texture, perfect exquisite processing technology to meet your computer for high-quality audio and Hi-Fi headphone amplifier.
● Technical Specifications
Sampling rate: 24Bit 44.1kHz ~ 96kHz (windows7, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS X
Sampling rate: 24Bit 32kHz ~ 96kHz
Output level: 2VRMS
Frequency Response: 20Hz ~ 20kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 104dB
Distortion: <0.002% (1kHz)
RCA analog input: 20Hz ~ 20kHz 47 k Ohms
Maximum output current: 200mA
Gain Bandwidth:> 500kHz
signal to noise ratio: 95dB
Power supply voltage: 18V ~ 24V (AC / DC)
Power Supply: <10W
Operating Temperature: 0 ~ +40 ℃
Dimensions: 180 × 97 × 33mm (L × W × H)
Power Supply: 1 set of
For the purpose of improving the design and specifications subject to change without notice.
Edited by putente - 3/22/12 at 5:26am