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Old 31st October 2012, 07:40 PM   #1
juanito is offline juanito  Europe
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Hi, has anybody come to use or listen to this module?
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I'm looking to do an amplifier with digital input like usb and use it with a pair of compact fullranges like Jordan JXR6.
This maybe makes more sense than doing a t amp and adding a dac board. The equivalent comercial solution would be the nuforce icon 2, or the bantam temple audio usb, or the kingrex T20U or any of the topping with usb input.
Is there any other equivalent solution for DIY? I've been searching and only found this audiophonics.

Thanks for the info.

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Old 1st November 2012, 09:46 AM   #2
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You are still going to have to add a USB DAC chip and have a digital section, would be an interesting project. A multilayer board would be best and depending on the type of output to drive the speakers (chip or class D) cooling and heat dissipation may be a challenge.
Would be a fun project, there are numerous solutions these days, thanks to mobile devices, Ti has an interesting range. For example a headphone solution for a mobile device can be solved by a chip 2 x 2.5mm.
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