im a newbie (looking for my FIRST home setup)
i wonder if nuforce uDac and audioengine a2 will be too good for a newbie?
or do i need a amp for this setup? (coz i thought audioengine was with built in amp as with all the powered speakers)
my requirements are pretty simple,
just a dac that can also be used as a headphone amp for my ath-m50, the setup can be anything, dac+amp+speaker, dac+speaker, etc etc.
dont worry about sound quality, as i want this setup because i wanna see the difference between those and the crappy logitech i have right now :D
my budget is $300 +-50, of course i want the price as low as possible, so $100-300? (big range i know :P)
i dont have anything, but shure se215, ath-m50, and a sony a864.
what is SQ?
if i use nuforce udac as headphone amp and connect to audioengine a2, can i have both connected the the dac and have both playing?
if the input on dacs (if theres any) and amps looks like AUX, does that mean it takes line out, or AUX?
do i have to use line out dock for a864 to connect to amps? if yes, why i cant use headphone jack?
and whats that "clock" thing when ppl are talking about DAC, etc?
thanks and sorry for any misuse of audio terms and bad english :P
Edited by oscar704 - 8/18/12 at 12:43am