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does that mean that the smartphone's dac is bypassed?
Absolutely yes. And the smartphone's amp.
You feed the secondary DAC via USB out. The smartphone never gets into the analogue conversion. It outputs pure digital.
For a while I was running this little setup.
pinkypowers, i must thank you because the dumb me had not realized that you people connect the smartphone via usb. all is clear now, thank you again.
pinkypowers, if i want to try out a stand alone dac with optical and coaxial inputs, is there a cable that goes usb from the smartphone to either of that dac's inputs?
Let someone correct me if I'm wrong (I'm no expert), but I don't think you can. You'd have to put a conversion box between the phone and the DAC.
What DAC are you looking at that has optical and coaxial, but not USB?
Good. You've moved on. Now you can send me those Solars.
What iems are these?
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Somebody else already has them
Send me their address and I'll get right to it, then.
it's a smsl 192 pro dac, sounds good but no usb. it's hooked up to a bluray player.
Seems like an awfully high retail price for a set of items producing 10-23k frequency response
Not sure if kidding or not... ...
It's the typical frequency response, same for the Layla for instance. Or maybe you are kidding? Or looking for iems for your dog?
Yea, humor doesn't translate well online