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post #331 of 940

Last time I received the invoice for UD100, but was unable to pay since I was on vacations...

From what I remember, the postage was around $10. So, I guess it must have been quicker back then.

post #332 of 940
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Incoming UD110 @ early next week. Will update this thread once I received it.

post #333 of 940
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Incoming UD110 @ early next week. Will update this thread once I received it.

 

cool!:cool:

 

I've been wanting to try out one of the tiny usb stick dacs, and this being the newest offering, I decided to pull the trigger on it and see how it goes...

post #334 of 940
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Incoming UD110 @ early next week. Will update this thread once I received it.

 

Can you also confirm that is it compatible with Android ? thanks

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Can you also confirm that is it compatible with Android ? thanks

 

My Xperia TX, while has the USB Audio driver, isn't great at powering USB DAC because it doesn't pump enough current out of its microUSD socket. I doubt the UD100 will run on it, as UD100 doesn't. I'll see what I can do but don't keep your hope up.

post #336 of 940
I also placed an order for the 110 I will let you know if it works with the sgs4.
post #337 of 940

I'm getting the feeling the UD110 might not work with Android.. reason being: a driver might be required (SA provided me with the link).  Don't take that as definitive proof, just something to consider.  As always, we'll find out soon enough.


Edited by FlySweep - 9/30/13 at 1:36pm
post #338 of 940

yeah, I received tracking info during the weekend, along with a link for the driver.

 

I'll try it on my S4 whenever I get the UD110 and report back, but I also felt the same way when I read "You can download the driver from here...":confused_face:

post #339 of 940
Out of curiosity though the yet to be released geek supports multiple rates and is said to be compatible with android, correct?
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Just carried out some RMAA measurement on the UD110. So far it is looking as good as the UD100.

 

It does need to install the driver to work, so Android phone is kind of out of the question.

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Just carried out some RMAA measurement on the UD110. So far it is looking as good as the UD100.

It does need to install the driver to work, so Android phone is kind of out of the question.

How loud do headphones get direct into the ud110? Does in really need a dedicated amp?
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post
 

Just carried out some RMAA measurement on the UD110. So far it is looking as good as the UD100.

 

It does need to install the driver to work, so Android phone is kind of out of the question.

 

Thanks for the update, ClieOS.. have you found a USB "case" that it'll fit into?

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How loud do headphones get direct into the ud110? Does in really need a dedicated amp?

 

Extremely loud for most headphone, as it is a proper line-out @ 2Vmrs.

 

Yes, it needs a dedicated amp. The volume is software adjustable, so you can lower the volume using Windows' volume control (Mac is not supported so far, AFAIK Mac and Linux are supported, but may not work at max resolution of 32/96), but consider the output impedance is around 480ohm, it is never meant to drive any load (*headphone) directly. You can still connect your headphone to the UD110 by lowering the software volume - but the headphone will never sound anywhere as good as it can.

 

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Thanks for the update, ClieOS.. have you found a USB "case" that it'll fit into?

 

I do, and will post picture of it when I finished the impression. However, here is a bit of early warning: it is longer and thicker than UD100, so finding a suitable case will not be that easy.


Edited by ClieOS - 10/1/13 at 11:27am
post #344 of 940
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NVM

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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post
 

I do, and will post picture of it when I finished the impression. However, here is a bit of early warning: it is longer and thicker than UD100, so finding a suitable case will not be that easy.

 

Excellent.. looking forward to it.  Hope you'll get a chance to compare SQ to the ODAC, as well.

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