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NuForce uDAC-2 SGE Digital Audio Converter Goes for the Gold

by Shane McGlaun
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If you are a fan of listening to your digital tracks, but you prefer the analog sound from the old days for your tunes, and you like your gadgets blinged out, there’s a new digital audio converter for you. The converter is called the uDAC-2 Signature Gold Edition (or SGE.)

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The 24-bit/96kHZ uDAC-2 converter is covered in 24K gold, and has a Swarovski crystal on the volume knob. The front and back panels of the device are stainless steel, rounding out its luxurious styling. The converter has a USB port for power and connectivity to your computer. Sound from your computer is then converted into analog signals and sent to your headphones.

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The device has an audiophile grade USB connector for input. Outputs include analog RCA, coaxial RCA digital output, and a 3.5mm headphone port. The uDAC-2 SGE has a double jitter reduction mechanism and an oversampling filter. You can buy the SGE version of the converter right now for $399 (USD).

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