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Old 18th April 2006, 05:38 PM   #1
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Hi all:

I have designed service kits for DIYer. Such as USB-DAC , 24bit/192kHz DAC........They are very easy to install¡*

http://www.audiodiylab.com

The next available kits will be diy-speaker and cd-player..

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Old 20th April 2006, 10:08 PM   #2
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Dear all :

Here is our new kit "USB DAC-201".

USB DAC-201 is a battery powered, USB interface, NOS USB DAC kit. It's has a build-in headphone amp, volume control, one digital out, and stereo balance out. You can connect it to your power amp via the balance out or connect it to your other digital audio equipments...............

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Old 21st April 2006, 02:07 PM   #3
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I was looking at your website, and noticed the two CD units you're selling, I'm familliar with the PRO2M unit, but not the other. I'm curious about the other, if I understand correctly, its similar in idea to the PRO2M unit in that all that would be needed to make a functioning player would be a power supply, a DAC, and front end controller. In other words, the unit is completely self contained with all of the actual CD reading logic needed inside of it. I just need to add a microcontroller for the user interface and use the DSA protocol to tell it to play, pause, next, stop, etc. Correct?

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Nice looking site and products. I am also curious about the cheaper cd unit. I already have a DSA controller that I made a while back for the cdpro2m. Is the interface identical on the cheaper unit? Any additional documentation?

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Old 21st April 2006, 08:25 PM   #5
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Hi Schaef :

Yep ...your understanding is right, but a little minor error on CD-PRO2M.
For CD-PRO2M, you need a power supply, and front end controller. You don't need a DAC, the module has a build-in DAC.
For the other one, you needa a power supply, a DAC, and front end controller.

They are both controlled via DSA protocol .




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Hi Schaef :

Yep ...your understanding is right, but a little minor error on CD-PRO2M.
For CD-PRO2M, you need a power supply, and front end controller. You don't need a DAC, the module has a build-in DAC.
For the other one, you needa a power supply, a DAC, and front end controller.

They are both controlled via DSA protocol .




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I used the i2s output put on the cdpro2m on my old cd player project. Is this interface the same for the other cd player module?

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Hi all:

I have designed service kits for DIYer. Such as USB-DAC , 24bit/192kHz DAC........They are very easy to install¡*

http://www.audiodiylab.com

The next available kits will be diy-speaker and cd-player..

Enjoy¡*.


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Nice site. look sgood. You use the same oscomerce software as me.

http://shopping.zorby-audio.com
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Old 22nd April 2006, 04:49 AM   #8
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Hi Brian

They both have I2S output....

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Old 22nd April 2006, 04:50 AM   #9
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Nice site. look sgood. You use the same oscomerce software as me.

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