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Hi Vinnie From the opening post:"About LIO DAC 2.0’s USB isolation, buffer, and reclock circuitThe LIO DAC 2.0 USB input first goes through a galvanic isolation stage, and the USB 5V bus is only used as a 'signal' (not as a power source) to turn ON our "LIO power" to power the USB input section."Got a question about the incoming 5v from the USB cable - does it have to be a minimum of 5v to turn on LIO power to power the USB input section or can it be a lower voltage (from the USB cable), say 3.3v?Thanks
Hi TimS,It needs to be 5V, and from a USB 2.0 compliant cable.Best regards,Vinnie
Thoroughly enjoying my day 2.0 tonight after a rough week, still the best money I have spent on audio.Best,Ed
Hi I just bought a 2 y.o. Lio from one of the members here, can't wait to receive it, and signed up for Audio Circle to be able to participate in the Vinnie Rossi discussion. My question concerns upgrading to the Lio's DAC to DAC2, and fyi I wrote the same Vinnie Rossi directly. Is this only done through the manufacturer? What is the value of trading in the original Dac to purchase the 2? And is there a trade in 2nd hand DAC2s? Re. the last, I don't see any for sale here or on the usual sites but though I would ask the community. Thank you very much for your thoughts!
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