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Old 12th May 2011, 09:13 PM   #1
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any recommendations for a ready made convertor with optical output?
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I have one of these, works fine but must admit I haven't used the optical out.

HA INFO U2 (PCM&DTS) USBתͬ USB TO SPDIF-Ա
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I recomend you a Musiland Monitor 02, it use asyncronous USB up to 192 and it oversample form 44.1 to 192. It need windows to run.
Musiland Monitor 02 US, USB sound card, USB2.0, ASIO | eBay
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I have one of these, works fine but must admit I haven't used the optical out.

HA INFO U2 (PCM&DTS) USBתͬ USB TO SPDIF-Ա
For those of us unable to read Chinese:

HA info U2 USB to SPDIF Converter (AC3 DTS) | eBay

The price is certainly right!
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These work fine...and cheap.
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The price is certainly right!
At the current exchange rate that 'free' shipping is costing roughly $10.
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Still, it's a fraction of the price others are charging- pretty close to the Behringer, but does 96k. What's the chip?
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Tenor TE7022L.

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Or if you've got a lazy $1800, you could always opt for the Sonicweld Diverter 192;


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