Paul this looks like a good deal & I'm seriously interested....can't find a link to the Dac on Firestones site.....what are the inputs please on the Dac....I could do with something that is plug 'n play for usb or if not ideally two optical inputs. This is for my new Synology Nas in my bedroom system I do have a USB audio interface that is plug 'n play with it so I could still use that & still have the convenience of a proper on off swith for the Dac which my Lash up Fiio D3 24/192 doesn't have.
Any chance you can hold it for me until we have a chance to discuss this....as I don't mess around with buying stuff.
£110 including delivery UK mainland quick sale. As I don't have a box for the supplier.
All products from Firestone Audio (except ILTW) are working with the Native drivers that are standard available in every Windows, Linux and Apple operating system. Just plug in the USB connector in you PC and it must be automatically recognized by your PC and work immediately.
Looks like this won't work for me & its I2S/USB only which isn't a good fit for me unfortunately. I also need summat that is plug 'n play for USB audio with pre installed audio drivers in linux as installing the necessary drivers involves buggering about with the Synologys CLI*(command line interface). The Cakewalk UA-1G does this just fine & is working brilliantly as a USB/SPdif converter so I may well stick with this for the time being.