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Old 26th July 2010, 08:36 PM   #1
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Teralink-X2 Native 24bit/96k USB to SPDIF/TOSLINK/I2S Converter
Features of this USB to SPDIF/TOSLINK/I2S converter :

1. TENOR TE7022L usb reciever chip, supporting native 24bit 96K digital output capability.
2. Sampling Rate :44.1 kHz ,48kHz, 96kHz.
3. Precision 12.0 Mhz 1ppm TCXO serve as master clock for lowest jitter performance.
4. Oscon solid polymer capacitors and BC capacitor for power filtering , and solid tantanium caps for decupling.
5. Linear Technology LT1084 voltage regulator to get over 80db ripple suppression.
6. 74HC125 digital signal driver for I2S data output, allow long distance I2S signal transmission.
7. Texas Instruments 26C31C Line driver for BNC,SPDIF and OPT output.
8. Offer both RCA and BNC type SPDIF output, each with independent PE65612 pulse transformer.
9. Power supply can drained from USB or outboard 8~12v 350ma DC power supply.
10. Size : W70mm x D100mm x H25mm
11. Weight : 169g.
12.Supported OS: Windows XP, VISTA, Win 7 and Mac
13.Plug & Play, no installing drivers or software.

Price USD$72

Teralink-X2 / X1 Linear Low noise Power Supply

Features off this power supply :

1.EMI AC filter.
2.EI Transformers.
3.CLC Low ripple DC filter.
4.MJE15030 , BC550 low noise linear voltage circuits
5.And high accuracy reference voltage output.
6.STTH8S06 fast diodes.
7.High quality Panasonic FM caps.
8.DC output : DC 8V 1A
9.AC input :AC 115 or 230V
10.Aluminum body , size is W101 x D115 x H46 mm
11.Hard plastic black panel or frosted plastic whitle panel.
12.Includes DC cable for connect Teralink - X2 / X1
13.Weight :700g 1pc
14.High level of silent background and detailed sonic performance can be achieve

Price USD$46

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