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    James, did you sort this? Apparently a Topping D10s can be used as usb/spdf bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryder5 View Post
    James, did you sort this? Apparently a Topping D10s can be used as usb/spdf bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryder5 View Post
    James, did you sort this? Apparently a Topping D10s can be used as usb/spdf bridge.

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    I havent sorted anything Gary but that is an interesting observation on the D10. I have shelved the idea for a while but may return to it in future.

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    I have an XMOS asyncronous USB to SPDIF converter. I got it as it allows me to stream the Mac mini into the DAC whilst allowing the DAC to use its vastly superior clock. Cost 60 and made a huge improvement to the sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filterlab View Post
    I have an XMOS asyncronous USB to SPDIF converter. I got it as it allows me to stream the Mac mini into the DAC whilst allowing the DAC to use its vastly superior clock. Cost 60 and made a huge improvement to the sound.
    Where did you get yours from Rob?
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    Amazon. It's absolutely superb, and beer money too.

    Here ya go

    USB powered so doesn't need a separate PSU, and it does DSD (384KHz) too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filterlab View Post
    Amazon. It's absolutely superb, and beer money too.

    Here ya go

    USB powered so doesn't need a separate PSU, and it does DSD (384KHz) too.
    Thanks.
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    I have bought the USB/SPDIF converter Filterlab recommended but have not tried it yet.

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