|Für high-resolution Audio geeignetPro-Ject DAC Box DS2 ultra
High-End Digital/Analogue Converter with DSD & USB 2.0
Top grade AK4490 D/A chip (32-bit PCM 768kHz / DSD256)
6 Inputs: 1x USB, 3x optical (TOSlink®), 2x coax (S/PDIF)
Up to 32bit/768kHz asynchronous USB (XMOS technology)
DSD64, DSD128 & DSD256 (DSD over PCM)
Audio Class 2 (USB 2.0 High Speed) driver for Windows included
Up to 24bit/192kHz for optical & coax inputs
5 selectable digital filter characteristics
3 selectable sound modes
High-end ultra low phase oscillator with superior noise rejection
RCA line level solid-state analogue output stage
Ultra linear & ultra low noise circuitry
Separate power supplies for every stage with advanced filter technology
Upgradeable with optional linear power supply Power Box DS2 Sources
Full metal casing in silver or black
Optional with wooden side panels (rosenut, walnut, eucalyptus)
DAC Box DS2 ultra - state-of-the-art audio converter!
The advanced DAC Box DS2 ultra is a universal and very flexible D/A converter of the highest class. It offers full DSD256 support and upsampling of all input signals to 768kHz from USB, coaxial and optical inputs. This realizes high-resolution sound playback with a rich sound field and bass representation with less distortion.
Due to its class-leading audio performance DAC Box DS2 ultra is an ultimate high-end bargain!
FAQ - Hints for using DAC Box DS
Q: Does a driver exist for Mac OSX- or Linux-Systems?
A: You do not need a driver. The driver is already integrated in the operating system.
Q: DAC Box DS will not be recognized by Mac OSX and is not available under Audio. What can I do?
A: Turn off your Computer and press at start alt+cmd+p+r until another starting sound appears. With this command the USB bus will be reset and the USB Box will be recognized new.
Q: DAC Box DS2 Ultra will not be recognized by Mac OSX (El Capitan) or does not output sound.
A: There are many forum reports about that issue. It is a widely spread error affecting a wide array of USB DACs, unfortunately there is no current fix for this problem, since it lies in the Core Audio of Apple's OSX. We advice not to use our USB DACs with OSX El Capitan.
Last update 19.01.2017