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Old 16th October 2012, 04:17 PM   #601
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Those look just the ticket
 
Old 16th October 2012, 04:39 PM   #602
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Take a look at those. The hole is larger than neutric but very solid and well isolated. Connection can be with molex type connector, not usb jack, PX0843/B Bulgin | Mouser
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Old 16th October 2012, 05:01 PM   #603
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Take a look at those. The hole is larger than neutric but very solid and well isolated.
Bulgins look great. They are not a standard (D-series) size though, so it might be difficult to swap it with a different connector at a later date.

The Neutrik ones are A/B reversible, have optional screen-to-chassis grounding and are dust/water resistant to IP65 when used with Neutrik cables.

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So this board with the soon to be released B III SE should make the perfect USB DAC for my media center!
 
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This is great news, but it came with it a new product release in November. So I have been buried the past weeks in my formal career.

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At this point you may wanna consider making it compatible with DSD64, DSD128 and maybe even DSD256 along with 352.8 and 384 PCM.
 
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At this point you may wanna consider making it compatible with DSD64, DSD128 and maybe even DSD256 along with 352.8 and 384 PCM.
Because adding/changing features is like sprinkling magic dust around?
 
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With the right chipset it would only involve firmware upgrades.
 
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With the right chipset it would only involve firmware upgrades.
And writing, and debugging all that code is just child's play which consumes no time at all?
 
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And writing, and debugging all that code is just child's play which consumes no time at all?
Well, I guess that would depend on how many times it has to be done. There's plenty of powerful interface chipsets available now. And sample rates are getting to the point of diminishing returns. Maybe they could do it once and we wouldn't be stuck in this perpetual upgrade cycle.
 

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