Audiophile-Quality Playback Anywhere

CEntrance announce the DACport portable USB-powered headphone amplifier      11/01/10
Audiophile-Quality Playback Anywhere


CEntrance tell us that DACport is a reference-quality, stereo 24-bit / 96kHz digital to analog converter so good that it reveals the subtle detail in your music. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it...
Featuring CEntrance's advanced AdaptiWaveâ„¢ USB technology, JitterGuardâ„¢ clock management system, super-clean dual internal power supplies, analog volume control, and an audiophile headphone amplifier, DACport redefines the category of portable headphone amplifiers.
DACport makes the audiophile experience portable. Listen to audiophile-quality playback anywhere - at a coffee shop, at work, or on a trip - no need to sacrifice sound quality for portability. Featuring plug 'n play operation, DACport packs a lot of features into its cigar-sized, anodized aluminum tube and sets new standards in portability, convenience and sound quality.
Features
  • Audiophile-grade D/A converter plays 24-bit/96 kHz HD music natively, with bit-for-bit accuracy.
  • Headphone amp, designed for hours of listening without fatigue offers clarity, soundstage and detail.
  • No drivers needed. Plug 'n play operation with most laptops, nettops and music servers.
  • No power adapter needed. DACport uses USB power and works anywhere you take your laptop.
  • Stereo, 1/4-inch headphone jack, perfect for the most advanced headphones on the market.
Pricing and Availability:
$500 More information:
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