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iFi Audio Pro iDSD discussion thread

Discussion in 'Dedicated Source Components' started by jwahl, Jan 26, 2014.
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  1. despinos
    Thanks for the info
     
  2. kj510
    Thank you for all of your comments on my questions.

    I was thinking to use iDSD Pro's volume as an attenuator and use iCan Pro's volume as a main volume with the remote (as iCan's volume never goes above 9 O'clock position for my system), but if the remote signal is the same for both my plan fails.... maybe only to close physically to cover the IR receiver. It would be nice if you make a cool official cover for this purpose.

    Thank you,



     
  3. iFi audio
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  4. tonyo442
    bonjour, actuellement j'ai aussi le ifi pro ican, j'attends le ifi pro iDSD, pour le comparer à mon dac T+A dac8, ma question, est ce que si l'on place le curseur en position 0 db ou 9 db ou 18 db l'augmentation de la puissance ne dégrade t il pas le signal, serait il possible de connaitre le fonctionnement interne des amplis, y a t il 3 amplis à l’intérieure des boîtiers qui permet la demande de puissance, merci
    Tony
     
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  5. m-i-c-k-e-y
    English please. Or use an online translator.
     
    Last edited: Mar 2, 2018
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  6. tonyo442
    hello, I also have the ifi pro ican, I'm waiting for the ifi pro iDSD, to compare it to my dac T + A dac8, my question, is that if we place the cursor in position 0 db or 9 db or 18 db the increase in power does not degrade the signal, would be possible to know the internal operation of the amps, are there 3 amps inside the boxes that allows the demand for power, thank you
    Tony
     
  7. Katie88
    It’s quite basic French, but I f you don’t understand French, you can use an online translator yourself. I just checked google translate and the translation is accurate.
     
  8. tonyo442
    hello, I also have the ifi pro ican, I'm waiting for the ifi pro iDSD, to compare it to my dac T + A dac8, my question, is that if we place the cursor in position 0 db or 9 db or 18 db the increase in power does not degrade the signal, would be possible to know the internal operation of the amps, are there 3 amps inside the boxes that allows the demand for power, thank you
    Tony
     
  9. tonyo442
    [QUOTE = "Katie88, poste: 14077628, membre: 486070"] C'est un français assez basique, mais si vous ne comprenez pas le français, vous pouvez vous-même utiliser un traducteur en ligne. Je viens de vérifier google translate et la traduction est exacte. [/ QUOTE]
    merci, merci,.....
     
  10. iFi audio
    Hi tonyo442

    For the iDSD Pro and iCAN Pro we use circuitry that keeps a constant feedback factor with varying gain so for the same output voltage and load adjusting effectively changes only the volume control position.

    Best wishes

    iFi audio team
     
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  11. m-i-c-k-e-y
    Sorry Bud, but he could use the online translator in the first place and save us the hassle.

    Which he just did (I think). Thank you!
     
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  12. Katie88
    It never ceases to amaze (and embarrass) me how, not withstanding the fact English is only the 3rd most spoken language in the world, many of it’s native speakers have the arrogance to rebuke others when they don’t automatically express themselves in English.

    I’ve never found this to be the case with Chinese or Spanish speakers.
     
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  15. Haris Javed

    Hi IFI team, I am pretty sure that running the unit high gain vs low gain will introduce some signal distortion (and higher snr), regardless of the op-amp used - how much of that will be audible? I am not sure, someone with an oscilloscope can measure the distortion. You probably need op - amp data sheet for the IFI unit in question
     
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