New Nutube headphone amplifier with High resolution USB-DAC!Designed by microwavemont, Ships from Japan
What is it? I have made several Nutube headphone amplifiers, and this is the successor and the latest Nutube headphone amplifier with High-resolution (24 bit/96 kHz) USB DAC. What makes it special?...Read More…
I have made several Nutube headphone amplifiers, and this is the successor and the latest Nutube headphone amplifier with High-resolution (24 bit/96 kHz) USB DAC.
High resolution DAC (TI/BB PCM5102A) with USB-I2S receiver (SA9023). This nice combination provides maximum 24 bit resolution with 96 kHz sampling rate.
Full USB bus power. Just connecting the USB cable (mini USB) is enough to drive everything. Careful PCB layout design with several DC line filter, no annoying noise related with USB line.
Wonderful Nutube sound. It looks like VFD but really double triode, provides mellow and marvelous vacuum tube sound.
MUSES8920 , the high-end audio op-amp also works as the impedance converter.
No need to install driver for Windows/OSX. Just connect cable and set the sampling rate/bit resolution to 96 kHz/24bit is enough to enjoy High-resolution sound!
Full drilled metal enclosure is included in this kit. This is basically released as "kit". All SMD parts are pre-soldered and fully tested. All you need to start is soldering several resistors and capacitors and audio jack.
iPhone operation is NOT supported with this amplifier due to power draw increase. Only PC/Mac operation is supported.
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Japan Post: e-Packet
Park | March 14, 2019
Matthew | March 6, 2019
Matthew | March 5, 2019
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