|Warranty length||2 Years|
DAC: BurrBrown PCM1795×2
Up-conversion: 192kHz (defeatable)
Frequency response: 5Hz to 55kHz
S/N ratio: 105dB (0.0015% THD)
USB: B (2.0) Asynchronous
Coaxial Digital: RCA jack
Digital: Optical connector
DSD Data SF: 2.8M/5.6M Hz
Max PCM Data SF: 192k Hz
Bit rates: 16/24/32 bit
Coax level: -24 to -14.5dBm max
XLR: XLR-3-32 (14dBu)
XLR Impedance: 200Ω
RCA: 1x Jack (2Vrms)
RCA impedance: 100Ω
Headphone Out: 6.3mm stereo jack
Max output: 100mW + +100mW
Compatibile impedance: 8Ω-600Ω
Supply: 120/230V, 60/50Hz (US/EU)
Power consumption: 10W
Incl: Power cord, Manual (Warranty)
Dimensions (WHD): 8.5" x 2.4" x 9.4"
Weight: 2.0kg, 4.4 lbs
Windows OS: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1
Mac OS: X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9
The compact TEAC UD-301 DAC comes with a USB input providing high-performance audio from a desktop component. Compatible with DSD native playback converting 5.6MHz files directly into analogue signals, the DAC incorporates asynchronous transmission to control timing of the input signal using the internal clock.
The TEAC UD 301 features a dual monaural circuit design with each of the two internal BurrBrown 1795 DACs working on a single channel to prevent mutual interference between the left and right channels for pure stereo playback. Capable of 32-bit processing, they ensure dedicated and accurate playback of high-resolution sound sources.
Signal-weakening jitter is effectively removed, enabling the transmission of digital audio signals in a pure state. Users are able to upconvert to double or quadruple the original signal sampling frequency When handling digital signals up to 96kHz. This can be switched in or out to suit your preference.
Guaranteeing the stable operation of the twin D/A converters, a high-efficiency toroidal core power transformer with low magnetic flux leakage is used, providing a stable power supply even in situations that require a sudden surge of power.
The MUSE operational amplifier transforms the electrical current output into a voltage signal. Even the headphone amplifiers in the CCLC circuits feature a dual monaural design and eliminate the negative impact of capacitors on sound quality for full low-frequency sound and a responsive headphone listening environment with great spatiality.
To maximise the performance of the headphone output, the power supply has been cut and unrelated circuits isolated from the output. This also simplifies the headphone amplifier as the volume control for the headphones is completely separate from the output mode on the rear panel.
Equipped with RCA and XLR balanced outputs that can be connected to domestic hi-fi components as well as professional audio equipment, the outputs on the rear panel can both be set at fixed, adjustable or off.
TEAC UD 301 is even more compact than the 501 series, shrinking the casework to allow greater flexibility in positioning. The aluminium panels and a motor-driven volume knob on the exterior provide the tactile feel expected from full-sized premium hi-fi components. The solid enclosure and metal chassis provide great vibration control and a classy look.