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post #61 of 69

Stop the presses!

 

I was about to can this DAC, but tried it with Jriver 19's PCM2DSD DSP, WOW. Completely different animal, there's definition, dynamics, resolve, can actually hear decays a lot better than feeding the DAC a PCM signal.

 

Feed the DAC DSD128 and you're good to go :)

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post #62 of 69
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Originally Posted by MA Recordings View Post
 

Hi! 

 

Japan is a 100 volt country, very bad for sound....... 

 

The East of the country is 50Hz, while the west is 60Hz.  Go figure....... 

When you have DC powered gear, it doesn't matter.

 

Sonically yours..........

 

todd

ma
 

In what way is 100V bad for sound?

 

The Korg is powered from the USB port, so not quite sure of the relevance.

post #63 of 69

foobar fully support korg dsd dac 10 ,I maked it .

post #64 of 69

Damn, it looks like these things are available direct from Japan all the way down to $340.  Might have to score one of these at that price.

post #65 of 69

Do you have a link ?

post #66 of 69

Sure, here's one on Rakuten Global Market for $385:

http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/e-earphone/item/8881158/

 

The other one I saw here shows 35,000 yen which is about $340 but goes up to 39,900 yen when I click on it :-(.

http://www.fromjapan.co.jp

 

But, $385 is still darn cheap.

post #67 of 69
Does the audiogate software convert dsd 128 to dsd 64. .?

Al
post #68 of 69

Try sticking it into a 5V USB Battery Pack http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0085OB0IE/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I use one they are good !

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