A separate digital-to-analog converter (or "DAC") gives you better sound from digital sources like CDs and your computer.
These DACs feature a USB input for connecting your computer, and they're sized for desktop placement.
Compact DACs that power up via your computer's USB port, making it easy to get better sound while you travel
These DACs connect to your full-fledged component hi-fi system for better sound from your digital sources.
DACs equipped with wireless technology for convenient connection to your components
These DACs let you plug in your headphones directly for better sound when you're listening in private.
DACs with specialized connections for your Apple iPod or iPhone
Grab a USB Type A to (full size) Type B cable to connect your computer to a compatible DAC.
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