I used to be into high end audio. Then life got in the way, marriage, kids and a crazy job. I still have some equipment in storage, an old VPI table, Cary 300SE mono blocks, and a Cary SLP-98 pre-amp. While rummaging through a box of electronic parts, the bug bit me again. I found an old Audio Alchemy DAC in the Box. I was wondering if I could connect my computer to the DITB using a USB-to-SPDIF device such as the M2Tech HiFace, Musical Fidelity V-Link, Teralink X2 or similar.
I am sorry to be so old and not up on things but I *think* the DITB was meant for regular old plain Jane 44khz/16bit audio from the CD players of the time. The DITB was considered Hi-Fi for the mass market and mid-fi by the hi end audiophiles and was priced accordingly at around $200 circa early 1990's. It has burr-brown DAC chips and some good capacitors but that is about all I know.
Can anyone offer advice before I start blindly throwing money around.