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AES/EBU hat on USBridge Signature?


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I need an AES/EBU output for my DAC, and I was wondering if putting this Audiophonics pi-hat on the USBridge Signature would be a possible (or even good) solution? The alternative would be to connect an external USB-to-AES/EBU converter to the USB output from the USBridge, but I’d like to limit the number of devices, PSUs, and cables.

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40 minutes ago, eggers said:

Why should I look at those? It is much more expensive than the Audiophonics hat I linked to, and seemingly not better designed.

 

Maybe you will learn something new. Perhaps you will gain new perspective? Who knows...

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1 hour ago, eggers said:


Why should I look at those? It is much more expensive than the Audiophonics hat I linked to, and seemingly not better designed.

The Pi2aes is a totally different device. It has serious clocks and regulation, it is an excellent unit. I am currently using it I2s and I am very impressed. It is a bargain at the asking price. 

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Thank you both. I have taken a closer look at the Pi2AES and it indeed looks more serious than the Audiophonics one. Is there a way to convert the phase noise specifications of the two oscillators so that I can compare them? Eg. the Audiophonics device is specified in PPM, and the Pi2AES (using the NZ2520SD) is specified in dBc/Hz.

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