DAC/AMP - Schiit Fulla 2 o altri
  • germegerme
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    qualcuno ha mai provato lo Schiit Fulla 2 per ascolto in cuffia da computer 

    sono un fan della Schiit quindi tenderei a prendere quello, ma se ci sono altri prodotti interessanti ben venga il confronto
    Project debut carbon 2m red/Daphile su Dell OptiPlex FX160+Schiit gungnir multibit+XTZ class a100 d3+XTZ 99.36 FLR 2015
  • germegerme
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    The second-generation Fulla is our answer to the question, “What’s the most affordable way I can get into great sound on my desktop?” And by “my desktop,” we mean everything on it. Fulla 2 is ready for your headphones, your powered monitors, your analog sources, and more.
     Total Flexibility For Your Desktop
    Fulla 2 is a complete DAC/Amp in a single tiny case. Plug Fulla 2 into virtually any USB port, connect your headphones and/or powered monitors, and you’re set for great music. But that’s only the start. 
    • Use it as an amp. Connect your phone (or any other analog source) to the convenient front jack. 
    • Use it as a preamp. Connect to powered monitors or speaker amps using the variable outputs on the back.
    • Use it as a DAC. Connect to an external preamp or processor with the fixed 2V line outs on the back, or use the variable outputs for convenient volume control as well. 
    • Use it with phones, iDevices, or computers with low-powered USB ports. We’ve included a second USB port for power input. Plug in your phone charger (or any other 5V DC source with micro-USB output) and Fulla 2 tells your source it doesn’t need any power.
    Top-Shelf Components
    Like DACs costing more than 10X this price, Fulla uses the latest AKM AK4490 D/A converter. Coupled with an Alps RK09 potentiometer, high-quality filter and amp stages from Texas Instruments, as well as precision thin-film resistors and film capacitors, Fulla delivers performance far beyond its modest price. 
     Plenty of Headphone Power
    Fulla 2 delivers a super punch, up to 550mW into 16 ohms, together with a vanishingly low noise floor and low output impedance. Or, in English, this means it’s a great match for virtually any headphone.

    Project debut carbon 2m red/Daphile su Dell OptiPlex FX160+Schiit gungnir multibit+XTZ class a100 d3+XTZ 99.36 FLR 2015
  • germegerme
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    Frequency Response: 20Hz-20Khz, -0.1db, 2Hz-200KHz, -3dB
    Maximum Power, 16 Ohms: 550mW RMS per channel
    Maximum Power, 32 ohms: 360mW RMS per channel
    Maximum Power, 50 ohms: 230mW RMS per channel
    Maximum Power, 300 ohms: 40mW RMS per channel
    THD: <0.003%, 20Hz-20KHz, at 1V RMS
    IMD: <0.002%, CCIR
    SNR: >105db, A-weighted, referenced to 1V RMS
    Crosstalk: >-75dB, 20Hz-20KHz
    Output Impedance: 0.5 ohms
    Gain: 1.7 (4.6db)
    USB Receiver: C-Media CM6631A
    DAC: AKM AK4490 with TI OPA1662-based filter stage
    Sample Rates and Bit Depths: 16/44.1 to 24/96 supported without drivers on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android (UAC 1 device)
    Output Stage: TI LMH6643 x 2 (1 per channel) 
    Power Supply: Via USB, with +/- 5V rails via high-current dual-polarity switching regulator, with inductor filtering and local regulation
    Power Consumption: 0.8W typical
    Size: 3.5 x 2.5 x 1.375” (including knob)
    Weight: 9 oz
     
    *All measurements made on a Stanford Research SR1+ Audio Analyzer
    Project debut carbon 2m red/Daphile su Dell OptiPlex FX160+Schiit gungnir multibit+XTZ class a100 d3+XTZ 99.36 FLR 2015
  • germegerme
    Posts: 466Member
    vabbe io ho ordinato il Fulla 2.
    vi faró sapere :)


    Project debut carbon 2m red/Daphile su Dell OptiPlex FX160+Schiit gungnir multibit+XTZ class a100 d3+XTZ 99.36 FLR 2015