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olli1324 14th April 2012 04:13 PM

Epiphany Acoustics E-DAC and EHP-O2D
Rightio, so here is the latest on the DAC offerings from Epiphany Acoustics. DAC related orders are not due to ship until the end of May/early June.

Stock will be limited to to ensure that you do not miss out, you can pay the pre order downpayment on the relevant pages linked to below.

Price: 186.99

The EHP-O2D incorporates both the EHP-O2 portable headphone amplifier and the E-DAC into one small desktop enclosure.

The headphone amplifier section has been designed from the ground up to offer some of the best, if not the best, specifications and hi-fi functionality on the market today. This has been accomplished by months of development using top of the range audio testing equipment to fine tune and carefully select the most optimum design, layout and components. The specifications achieved speak for themselves. It is powered by the included AC adaptor suitable for your region.

EHP-O2 Retrofit Service
Price: 86.99

If you already own an EHP-O2 amplifier, we can retrofit the E-DAC module to upgrade your amplifier to the EHP-O2D. The price for this service is 86.99. The DAC modules are currently on pre order, so to reserve your module please pay the pre order deposit below. Shipping costs are bourne by the customer.

Price: 99.99

The E-DAC is a stand alone USB digital-to-analogue converter which comes in a small form factor aluminium enclosure with custom front and rear panels. Input and power is supplied via the USB input on the rear of the unit. The line level analogue output is via a 3.5mm jack. The E-DAC will take your computer audio to the next level and when coupled with the EHP-O2 provides an audiophile experience far beyond their price level.

This high end DAC is based on the TE7022L UAC1 engine ES9023 24 bit DAC chip. It supports 16bit and 24bit at sample rates of 44.1kHz, 44kHz and 96kHz. The on-board filtered power supply ensures that noise is practically non-existent.

The initial stock of E-DAC modules will be limited so it is imperative that you place a pre order to guarantee your DAC in good time.

ma10 15th April 2012 06:52 PM

I'll be interested one but I already a EHP-O2 pre-order with you, any chance of getting the ODAC fitted before it's shipped out?

olli1324 15th April 2012 07:11 PM

Yes, that is not a problem. Pop me off an email and I'll sort that out for you.

ma10 15th April 2012 07:37 PM

Email sent! :D

olli1324 26th June 2012 06:24 PM

E-DACs are now in stock! We have already had some feedback from the customers who just received their pre ordered units and it is all very good!

We should have some professional photos of the lovely brushed black aluminium enclosure shortly.

maxw 27th June 2012 06:38 PM

I got mine today, all good. Quick question though, is the PCB glued in to the case? I can't get it out!

olli1324 27th June 2012 06:39 PM

It is glued - this stops it from rattling about. Why are you trying to take it out?

maxw 27th June 2012 06:49 PM


Originally Posted by olli1324 (
It is glued - this stops it from rattling about. Why are you trying to take it out?

Oh, OK. I'm trying to take it out because I like to see what's inside things and take them apart. This is a DIY forum remember ;)

olli1324 27th June 2012 06:52 PM

Fair enough! You might be able to squeeze when of those dentist mirrors in the have a poke around :p

maxw 27th June 2012 06:53 PM

No problem. Thanks for DAC, it looks and sounds good!

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