Graham Sleen BITZIE USB-DAC sisältää myös hyvän kuulokevahvistimen sekä toimii tarvittaessa etuasteena aktiivikaiuttimille.
Bitzie tekee tietokoneestasi tai televisiostasi korkeatasoisen hifi-äänilähteen. Soittelee mitä vain, mitä tietokoneeltasi syötät.
Voit myös samalla tilata Graham Sleen LAUTUS 1,2 m USB-kaapelin valitsemalla sen valikosta.
Bitzie USB DAC/USB Headphone Amp
"It turns a computer into a top notch hi-fi source!"
We just know you won't believe a word we say so prove it for yourself! Join our owner's club forum to borrow one on free trial! The forum link is above!
Hot News! — Works With Samsung Galaxy S3 Android Jellybean!
Plug & play compatible with Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android Jellybean. Over 7 hours continuous playing time! From Samsung Galaxy S3 fully charged battery - not a USB hub.
It's A USB Headphone Amp
Connects to a USB socket on your PC, MAC, NetBook, Laptop, Galaxy S3 etc
Palm sized, it's possibly the best sounding USB headphone amp you'll ever hear!
Line output drives active speakers, integrated amp, preamp or separate headphone amp. Sound quality and sound staging is as good as it can get!
USB External Soundcard
Use it to add USB to your existing DAC. Transformer isolated coaxial S/PDIF and "Toslink" optical S/PDIF outputs
Just Add Foobar2000 (or a MAC equivalent)
Play all your MP3s, FLACs, WAVs etc into the Bitzie USB DAC using the free download Foobar2000 Windows music player. Any sampling frequency - any bit rate
The Bitzie is recognised as soon as you connect it. Your media/music player (e.g. Foobar2000) will show it as a USB Audio CODEC in your output dialog box — just click on that and all your files (yes 96 and 192 too!) will play!
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20 great reasons why you should choose the Bitzie USB DAC/External Sound Card...
- Plug & Play (instantly recognised by virtually all operating systems including Windows 8!)
- Also Plug & Play with Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android Jellybean — 7 hours playing on fully charged S3!
- No driver downloads (except Windows 98 which is virtually automatic)
- Plays 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz via VLC media player, Foobar2000 or other freeware players
- 24-bit/44.1 or 48 kHz bit-perfect when running suitable software
- 16-bit/44.1 or 48 kHz S/PDIF permanently on outputs — 75 Ohm transformer isolated coax and optical "toslink" transmitter
- Full-speed USB
- Low clock jitter
- 8x oversampling Burr-Brown USB Audio CODEC
- USB powered - USB compliant 0.5W consumption
Additional superior active analogue output stage!!!
- Analogue 3rd order Butterworth low pass filter, -1dB at 22kHz, -47dB at 352.8kHz
- 1.55V rms analogue output
- Two stereo output jacks
- Drives all headphones - low impedance and high impedance
- Drives power amplifiers direct
- True analogue rotary volume control
- Smaller than iPod™ footprint - anodized aluminium case
- Smaller than our Voyager portable headphone amplifier
- Included high quality full-size jack to stereo RCA jack adapter
- Designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom
"...extremely detailed but non-fatiguing sound, very "analogue" in it's presentation and as natural as CD's (or rips) will allow... more than able to convey all of the emotion on the recording - a very high goose bump factor was experienced... I have been primarily listening with AKG K550's but the Bitzie also drove my Audeze LCD-3's with no problem, a very decent headphone output... truly remarkable and a sure winner... it's amazing that such a great sound can be had for such a low price"
"...the first note of "Tanya" is a woody, fortissimo, double bass in "unison" with a drum hit. The first time I could separate out the characters of both instruments was when I put the Dutch NOS DAC in my study system. That the Bitzie pulled off the same trick is, for me, testament to it's quality.
I have three good DACs in the house - two in equipment costing around 3-4 times more than the Bitzie, and a DAC over twice it's price. Never was the Bitzie outclassed... I think Graham has designed a truly remarkable piece of kit here which operates in many scenarios. Use it with a mobile source out and about, and when home it will slot neatly into a "full size" system, giving a suitably "full-sized" sound. As a USB to S/PDIF converter it works transparently. As a headphone amp from a USB source it gives the Solo UL a good run for its money.
I think the Lautus USB cable should be a regular part of the package, though, as it allows the Bitzie to perform to it's full potential. If you don't use a "good" USB cable it'll be like a V8 firing on 4 cylinders. ...At the price it is an absolute steal!
"...the best part IMO is how it draws in the listener. Very mellow and musical."
"...I am running OS 10.8.2 on my iMac and as previously stated it recognized the Bitzie right away. I should also mention that it is dead quiet using the Grado RS-1 straight out of the 1/4" plug. I even paused the music and raised the volume to max! Did I say dead quiet!"