Many companies are making a return to Hi-Fi with releases of audio products touting improved sound quality. From headphones to speakers, easily portable or not, consumers have a wide range of options available.
Whether you’re looking to breathe new life into an existing device you have, or want an entirely new set up, Denon has an accessory for you.
Denon Electronics, known for home and personal audio, has announced their first stand-alone USB digital to analog converter (DAC). The Denon DA-300USB presents an easy and effective way to bring out audiophile quality sound from stereos and headphones connected to any computer or digital audio device.
While computers and laptops have DACs built into the hardware, they’re pretty basic and underpowered. When connected to a USB port, the Denon DA-300USB takes over as the sound card, bypassing the native electronics. The amplification and precise processing delivers audio that sounds richer and fuller. Users will notice more details and hear what standard computer DACs can’t adequately reproduce.
The DA-300USB works with practically every digital audio format including MP3, MP4, FLAC, AAC, ALAC, WAV, and DSD. This DAC also has a coaxial and two optical inputs to connect other electronics. Improve your experience and get the most out of CD/DVD players, gaming consoles, televisions, and media players.
Measuring only 7 x 7 x 2 inches, the DA-300USB is small enough to fit in and around any computer or audio system. Easy controls make setup and operation a breeze, leaving more time to relax and enjoy, audiophile or not.
The DA-300USB will be available for purchase sometime this month. Check Denon.com for full specs and information.