Support DSD256&PCM384 and USB Interface ApplicationIf you already have a better DAC, you can connect the D10 Balanced's coaxial /optical output to the DAC and let the D10 Balanced serve as the USB interface for your DAC, adding a better USB input to your decoder. When used as an interface, D10 Balanced could output no higher than PCM 24bit 192kHz when served as a USB bridge
Wide compatibility and Customized ASIO DriversD10 Balanced has a wide range of compatibility: Windows(above Win10), MAC, and Linux can all be plug and play. D10 Balanced supports professional ASIO applications. When using ASIO in MAC or Linux, it can be set in the music playback software; when using ASIO with Windows, you can use the customized driver from The sycon, for high-resolution files, especially DSDNative support is better.
Automatic power on/offNo matter whether the USB interface still has electrical output after the shutdown, D10 Balanced will synchronously power on/off with the PC. Solved part of the USB devices in the computer shutdown still work after the embarrassment.
Audio format and sampling rate indicatorD10 Balanced can accurately indicate the audio format(PCM or DSD)and a sampling rate of the playing music. Orange LED is soft and not dazzling even at night. DSD playback only displays the sampling rate in ASIO mode
Decoding Applications OptionalR You can connect D10 Balanced's Line Out output to your active speaker to send better sound directly into the speaker. You can also connect D10 Balanced to your amplifier/headphone amplifier's input to make D10 Balanced one part of your HIFI system, which provides better input for the amplifier/headphone amplifier, greatly improving the overall system performance and sound quality in the case of the USB input.
What is the difference between D10 Balanced and D10s?-D10 Balanced is a complement to the D10S decoder.
-For single-ended analog output, choose D10s;
-For balanced TRS/XLR output, choose D10 Balanced.
-Please note that the balanced output of D10 Balanced does not support any adapter to convert to single-ended.