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  1. theoutsider
    Type:
    For Sale
    Currency:
    USD
    Price:
    99
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    • Anywhere
    2.5mm balanced output with powerful amp

    dsd512 32bit 768hz

    dual DAC decoder chip and circuit


    i will pay for shipping.

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  4. fsacks
    I just got one of these on Saturday. Great sound for so little $$$. I'm impressed that they had the sense to use USB C. Who could have imagined even 1-2 years ago that this would be available.

    GLWS. No brainer.
     
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  5. Hifiearspeakers
    Can this be powered by a smartphone? Or does it draw too much power?
     
  6. fsacks
    I can't say. I just got it a couple of days ago and used it with my Macbook Pro and Audirvana software.

    I'm sure it depends on what you ask of it. if you expect a USB powered dac/amp to deliver DSD sounds for any length of time you might be asking a bit much from a smartphone.
     
  7. theoutsider
    It works with laptops or desktops, windows, mac and even raspberry pi. To work with your smartphone, you might need a USB splitter for it to draw phantom power from the second USB slot. Unfortunately your smartphone will not be able to power up Sabaj Da3 on its own.
     
    Last edited: Aug 22, 2018
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  8. theoutsider
    so far I think Sabaj Da3 is the cheapest way to have 2.5mm balanced output (two DAC chips and two sets of opamps) LOL
     
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  9. stmiller
    It's an excellent little device. Yes, it can be powered by smartphone (s7edge). The best way i use this is with a usb splitter cable connected to a portable powerbank which routes power to the dac (but doesn't charge my phone unfortunately). Balanced output is preferable, excellent sound for so little $$$
     
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  11. fsacks
    This review was what actually motivated me to try the DA3. Quite an eye opener from a standpoint of objective information.
     
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