If the quality of your music from your smartphone as a little less than perfect you might be interested in the super small HiFi DAC called the ZuperDAC-S, purposefully built for smartphone users to enjoy better quality music. Created by Andy Ho the ZuperDAC-S has this month launched via Indiegogo and has already passed its required pledge goal making certain that the small pocket sized DAC makes the leap into production. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the technology incorporated into the tiny device.
During the digital to analog conversion process transforming binary 0 and 1 data into actual sound waves the quality of the audio received can suffer. ZuperDAC-S has been designed to help bypass this internal conversion and improve audio quality considerably, says developers.
Due to the limitation of the DAC subsystem inside your phone and computer, original music recording may need to go thru sample rate conversion and introduces distortion. ZuperDAC-S support bit perfect audio up to 192kHz and requires no sampling rate conversion, thus delivering the authentic recording with no loss in translation.
The ZuperDAC-S is now available to back from just $45 for earlybird backers with worldwide shipping expected to take place during March 2018. For more information and full specifications jump over to the official Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.