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MHDT announce USBridge USB to S/PDIF Converter

  • New to the high-resolution revolution, MHDT Labs have recently released an asynchronous USB DDC unit.  Powered directly from the USB bus, no additional power supply is required.

    Supplied with custom drivers the USBridge is able to fully support up to 24bit/192kHz via both S/PDIF and I2S outputs.

    The USBridge sports two MHDT-commissioned oscillators: 49.152MHz for 48/96/192KHz sample rate data and 45.1584MHz for 44.1/88.2/176.4KHz data.

    The MHDT USBridge is available now from Coem Audio for AU$195.

    Further Information: Coem Audio Australia

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