A few jaw dropping features of Omnia

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slash71

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Re: A few jaw dropping features of Omnia
« Reply #60 on: 15 Jul 2017, 09:30 am »
CDP-9 MSRP is $1595.
Omnia S1 is expected to retail for $649 (unlike Omnia SP1, it has no DAC inside) and output to coaxial, HDMI (for i2S).

hi rustydog,
omnia s1 support external  dac usb ?

rustydoglim

Re: A few jaw dropping features of Omnia
« Reply #61 on: 16 Jul 2017, 05:14 pm »
I am not clear about your question. Omnia has a coaxial output for external DAC.
It is not a USB DAC to connect to computer, we already have other USB DACs that do that. Omnia replaces a computer, media server, and player.

slash71

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Re: A few jaw dropping features of Omnia
« Reply #62 on: 17 Jul 2017, 12:08 pm »
I am not clear about your question. Omnia has a coaxial output for external DAC.
It is not a USB DAC to connect to computer, we already have other USB DACs that do that. Omnia replaces a computer, media server, and player.

I have both the big brother DAC-10H  and  uDSD  ,  the little one is in my project lab to test USB virtualisation protocol for audio ...

some DAC does coax but some DAC's doesn't    ,  uDSD for example cannot be used with Omnia S1 ?

Thanks.
Enrico

rustydoglim

Re: A few jaw dropping features of Omnia
« Reply #63 on: 17 Jul 2017, 06:21 pm »
uDSD is meant to be a USB audio DAC.
It is not a general purpose DAC.