looking forward to the comparison betweeen this and the glacier.no 3.5mm headphone jack tho.....
Edited by DGriff0400 - 1/31/13 at 7:26am
Well, it's not a DAC like the CLAS is for ALL iDevice products. Rather, its USB DAC works with jailbreaked products (at least) and 30 pin iPads at the very least. I just need to find a lightning to mini usb cable and I'll tell you.
Nox: great to see that newer iPads work too. I would assume that iPhone may as well but we will see. I will pick up a cable today. If it doesn't, all it needs is a jailbreak, but as we know iOS 6 jailbreak is slow in coming.
Got a reply from ALO about iDevice support. They're not officially support iDevice. With USB camera adaptor on ipad, you can get digital out but it's probably won't work on iphone or ipod unless jailbreak. Right now, I'm leaning toward HiFi-M8 (M8 is probably 100$ more than the international).
Is that a general statement about USB DACs or specifically about the International? I can say that if you're on iOS 4.2 and above and you want to use a USB DAC via the CCK, you'll at minimum will need the jailbreak and the Cydia camera connector driver and even that's not guaranteed to work with all USB DACs.
With the International, I don't know as I don't own one. But since it's been explained it's not an Apple supported device, I'm therefore treating it as a standard USB DAC. If this is not the case with the International, how is this USB DAC different from other USB DACs?