There is a second box underneath the DAC, where all the accessories are kept. We already know what to expect from reading the packaging, but here they are:
- USB Male/Female cable
- xDuoo mini CD (Driver CD)
- Warranty Card
- 2 silicone bands (blue and black)
- 3.5 to 6.5 mm adaptor
- rubber feet (8 pieces)
- Micro USB cable
- Instruction manual
This DAC is unique for me as it is using USB OTG to connect to mobile devices and computers. The micro USB on this is only used for charging and cannot be used as a data port as far as I can tell. This is painful because
- It is another cable to bring along
- The USB OTG do not charge battery. This means there are two cables if you want to use and charge the DAC at the same time. Not a deal breaker but it has its inconveniences.
Comment from: airil Visitor
hey, u still have this thing?
i think what happen is that the opamp chip needs change. Consider LME49720 if u dont fancy to do any soldering, or just buy the Burson V5i if u have budget, easier.
I crossed this text when i roll the opamp, and i think my opa1612 is bad, and got this text.
Comment from: Member
Yeah still have it. Using it mainly for work. Am considering a Burson V5i, will eventually buy one (waiting for a sitewide e-bay discount to pull the trigger).