HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF (AC3 DTS) USB to SPDIF Converter

US$38.98

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  • HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF (AC3 DTS) USB to SPDIF Converter
  • HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF (AC3 DTS) USB to SPDIF Converter
  • HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF (AC3 DTS) USB to SPDIF Converter
  • HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF (AC3 DTS) USB to SPDIF Converter
  • HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF (AC3 DTS) USB to SPDIF Converter

Product Details

Now, you can turn your high-end Dac into USB Dac just in a second. Ha Info U2 USB Audio Converter can connect your computer from USB output to To slink / SPDIF / Coaxial input to your DAC. This unique gear provides real 24bit/96k converter with very reasonable price in the market nowaday. It is sure that Ha Info U2 USB Audio Converter is one of the most attactive Hi-Fi gear with extreme high level of Price / Quality Ratio.


Packing List:

1.5m Shielded USB cable


Detailed Parameters

Support up to 24Bit 96K 

Support ASIO 

Support PCM: AC3 and DTS signal 

Plug and Play (for windows2000 or later and MAC OS) 

Sampling speed: 24Bit (16Bit) 32K 44.1K 48K 96K 

Inputs: PC2001 USB-B 

Digital Output: SPDIF Coaxial and Optical 

Appearance dimension: L*B*H = 80mm*70mm*24mm 

Weight: 400g 

Color: Silver 

Questions & Answers

  • Q: Hi, is it possible to use it to connect my computer to my home cinema receiver and enjoy Dolby Digital and other multi-channel formats? Regards
  • A: Hi Ciril,yes,it can.Thank you.
  • Ciril 9/12/16 8:05 AM Asked.
  • Q: Hi, when does the U2S can be sell in your store? Regards.
  • A: The will be sell in next week. Thanks.
  • Quinton 8/28/14 11:11 PM Asked.
  • Q: Dear Sirs, I would like to know if your HA-info U2 USB to SPDIF Converter is compatible with Boston Digital BA735 speakers, which have a coaxial digital input and that I want to use in my Macbook pro. For what I understand, not all coaxial output's work with these speakers. I look forward for your response and thank you in advance. Kind regards, Dayan González
  • A: Hi, Yes, it can compatible with your Boston BA735 Speaker and use in your Macbook. Thanks
  • Dayan Gonzalez 6/18/14 7:25 PM Asked.