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What's new in the NFB-3.33 :
upgrade the transformer to R-core , redesign the parameter keep the
sound more neutral and detail with sweet flavor.
Fully discrete analog stages without any OPA and couple caps in
the signal channels.
Non- feedback ACSS analog output stage .
Class A power supplies , Total have 7 groups PSUs and 30,000 UF
Audio caps for power supplies.
3 channels digital input :
RCA coaxial / Optical / USB
DAC output :
RCA / ACSS
USB Audio Class 2 High-speed Input from Windows / MAC / Linux
( We can not guarantee it can working with every Linux device )
Supports High / full speed Asynchronous Transfer Mode up to 384K / 32Bit
Resolutions support 16 / 24 / 32 Bit with sampling rate support
44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz ( USB )
Supports up to 24 Bit/192KHz ( SPDIF )
Supports 2X , 4X and 8X oversampling customers setting
Memorizes all settings and it could resume the last settings when
"Neutral but smoothness sounding ,it
doesn't sound skeletal or digital (or metallic). There's meat aplenty on
them bones . It's a sigma-delta DAC chip implementation without the
dryness, neutrality without the emotional disconnection" - John Darko
interface uses WM8805 (up to 192KHz) in default. If you want to replace
it with the DIR9001 (up to 96KHz) without additional charge, please tell
us when you place order.
John Darko review the NFB-2.2