Upgrade Your USB DAC to 24-bit/96 kHz Resolution
USB inputs on many DACs don't support resolution beyond 16-bit/48 kHz. The Peachtree Audio T1 USB-to-SPDIF converter lets you fully enjoy high-resolution digital music and includes native support for the 96 kHz sampling rate. It interfaces between your computer's USB output and your DAC's coaxial SPDIF input to provide a high-resolution upgrade over your DAC's stock USB input.
The T1 supports sampling rates from 16/44.1 to 24/96, letting you fully enjoy your high-resolution 24/96 digital music files!
Adaptive Mode USB
The T1 uses adaptive mode USB that relies on your computer to control the flow of data streaming from the USB port. While not as high-performance as the asynchronous mode in Peachtree Audio's X1 USB-to-SPDIF converter, the T1 still offers great sound. After all, it's based on the same technology found in Peachtree's award-winning iNova and Stereophile magazine's 'Class A' "Recommended Component," the iDac.
The T1 also has the benefit of being virtually fool proof. There's no need for drivers. And it offers compatibility with all of the most common operating systems, making it a true set-it-and-forget-it device.
Transformer Coupled Digital Output
Computers are prime sources of electrical noise. Electrical noise can be an audio intrusion that you can't hear directly, but which can mask fine details and distort the tone of music. A pulse transformer on the T1's output isolates electrical noise so only the pure digital bitstream is fed to your DAC for noticeably quieter backgrounds.
The T1 is a plug-and-play device on all operating systems. There is no driver required. Nothing to download. It's truly plug-and-play.
The T1 is powered by your computer's USB port. No awkward wall wart power supply is needed.