Audiologic OptoPlay/Notebook sound
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I just upgraded to HP Laptop from my old IBM thinkpad at work. It's a great laptop except the sound quality uber poor. I pickup noise from the hardrive, fans and even the USB mouse!!

So now I am looking for a usb "Sound Card" and stumbled across this Optoplay gizmo from Audiologic. Has anyone used this thing before.

http://www.audiotrak.net/eng/optoplay.html

Site gives basic info the device

the Japanese despite well... being in Japnese is hard to understant but gives more technical info.

apparently the Optoplay has a built-in amp


here are the stats from the Jap site

AKM AK4353 DAC (Same as the Sonica)
DynamicRange102dB S/N 102dB
2x60mW heahpone


Spes from the US site
Interface: USB Spec Ver1.1, USB Audio Class Spec Ver1.0
Outputs: Analog & Digital Audio 2-channel output
Output Format: Analog Line or Headphone output, SPDIF Optical Output
Sample Rate: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 64 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz
Resolution: 16 bits upto 24 bits
Analog output Level: 1.0 Vrms Maximum.
Headphone Amp power: 50 mW Maximum.
Power: USB Bus powered - 100 mA
WIN 98SE/ME/2000/XP/MAC OS X compatible


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