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Old 6th June 2011, 09:33 AM   #71
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Hi all,
Sorry for another comparison question.

Regarding the USB/SPDIF converter, I am looking for a kit that I can diy. I've read about HagUSB kit (Hagerman Technology LLC: HagUsb USB to SPDIF Audiophile Converter). Comparing the performance and sound quality of HiFace with HagUSB, anyone from here has experience and comments?

Peter, have you tried your DAC with HagUSB or Teralink X (or X2). Teralink is recommended as in this post (USB to SPDIF converters shoot-out : EMU 0404 USB vs. Musiland Monitor 01 USD vs. Teralink-x vs. M2Tech hiFace)

Any recommendation for USB/SPDIF converter diy project?

Many thanks
HT
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Old 6th June 2011, 03:48 PM   #72
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I've been only using hiFace and I like it.

HagUSB can be a simple DIY alternative, but I would suspect that hiFace is better.

IIRC, the guy who started this thread: Audiosector USB DAC -- my new DAC--(and comparison) was comparing my SPDIF DAC with HagUSB to my USB DAC and both were very close in his opinion.
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Old 18th August 2011, 11:35 PM   #73
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Just upgraded to OS X Lion and now my Mac Mini doesn't recognize the DAC. Anyone else have this problem? How do I go about checking to see if the problem is with the DAC?
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Old 29th October 2011, 05:39 AM   #74
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Default Mac Lion Compatibility - USB Dac

Hi Peter

I am having this issue also. Just purchased a new Mac Min running OS Lion and it does not seem to recognize your USB Dac. Works fine on XP.

Any sugestions would be appreciated.

Tks

John
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It worked fine when I was testing it.
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