An DAC Is not the most famous part of a Hi-Fi installation, but it can often play a crucial role. The chance that you already have a DAC home is almost certain. Every product with an analog output has a DAC. For example, consider smartphones, tablets, wireless speakers, Bluetooth headphones and televisions.
But what exactly does a DAC? DAC stands for Digital to Analogue converter. A DAC converts digital signals into analogues. This is necessary if you listen to digital flows. Think of music files, CD player that are digitally connected or to the sound that comes from your TV via an HDMI connection or an optical output.
Why will you purchase a separate DAC? This is very simple. A loose DAC delivers a lot better quality than DACs that are built into smartphones or computers. This has to do with various matters. A DAC in a computer will be and cheap component. In addition, it is very close to others components in the area. This ensures a higher risk of malfunctions. Here is lesser quality the result.
There are two scenarios, with an external DAC interesting. Mobile use along one side. These are small variants DACs that are replaced by the DAC that is in your smartphone. Take the P-DAC. You connect them digitally what will ensure a much better conversion of the digital current. This will result in a much better sound quality. The fact that everything is externally causes less malfunction. In addition, the DACs are often combined products. They are often not only DACs, but also headphones amplifiers. Take the P-DAC as an example. This will then result in a better result when you use headphones from a higher segment. A headset from the higher segment is often more demanding and is often not properly fed by the relatively chopped headphone amplifier in your smartphone.
A DAC is also very interesting at home. Both if you use speakers as headphones. When should you purchase a DAC? It is perhaps not the first purchase that you must do if you compile a music system. The amplifiers and speakers are the first priority. A DAC can lift a fairly good Hi-Fi system to a high level. All of this if you feel that your CD player sends an insufficient analog signal out. We advise a DAC to your
Hi-fi system to add which is at the same level as the rest of your set.
When purchasing a DAC, it is very important to look at the DAC chip that is included in the DAC. Let Wharfedale just leave a number of awards with theM-DAC have won in this area. It is also important to look at the whole of your Hi-Fi system. The DAC must fit into the system where you want to add to the DAC.