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Digital to Analog Audio Converter - 192kHz/24bit Optical and Coaxial DAC SPDIF - TOSlink / Coaxial to Stereo Left/Right RCA - FiiO D03K Taishan

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  • Coaxial/Optical to R/L DAC Audio ConverterDigital signal coaxial input port
  • Digital signal coaxial input port, Coaxial/Optical switch, Digital signal optical input port
  • Analog audio signal RCA L/R output port, USB power supply input
  • Indicated light for signal status, Power indicator
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 2.1 x 4.9 cm ; 50 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 118 g
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  • Item model number: FD3101
  • ASIN: B0068IPE40
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Nov. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,105 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

This is the new upgraded D3 from FiiO all items sent from EA Audio are the new models

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ian Turnedge on 15 April 2013
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Used this to link my Samsung Smart LED TV to my Arcam Solo Mini Hifi system - took 5 minutes, works perfectly, sounds.... incredible. No doubt the quality of the hifi and speakers makes a major contribution, but the DAC is the vital link in the chain, and this one is worth every penny. The Arcam equivalent costs £200.

The unit was well packaged and delivered quickly. Fiio have helpfully included little notes about selecting PCM output from your TV, a small point, but maybe one that gets overlooked? Included in the box is small, neat a power supply unit, but if your TV has a spare USB port, you can spend £1 on a "USB to mini USB" cable, plug the USB end into your TV and use the "mini USB" end to power the DAC itself. This is a great feature, because it means (1) that you don't need to take up an electrical plug socket, and (2) the DAC switches itself on and off with the TV - this has to be a good thing.

The DAC has a metal body, is supplied with all the ports covered with colour coded plastic caps, and certainly feels like a premium quality component (easily better than the price tag would suggest). There is a red LED to denote power supply, and a blue one to confirm that the optical (TOSLINK) signal is being received correctly from the TV.

I'd recommend using a little sticky velcro pad to hold the DAC onto the back of the TV, so the installation can be neat and tidy. If the little velcro pad was included in the box, that would be even better, but that is splitting hairs...

This is the second DAC I tried on my system: apparently the Arcam Hifi system is picky about what it will play with, and that is the main reason why I wrote this - other Arcam users may find it useful.

The Fiio DAC is great value, worked first time, and the difference in sound over your TV speakers is incredible: buy one and be prepared to fall in love with your movie collection and Hifi all over again...
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Knj Yates on 23 Jan. 2013
Like others, I took a chance on this. In my system it converts a digital stream from an Airport Express into analogue audio and sends it via it's RCA phono sockets to a Arcam Delta amp and speakers in our study. This is the best that system has ever sounded and easily competes for clarity and precision with the Roksan Kandy / Dacmagic 100 combo in the main room. I have set it up with the Airport Express providing the power via its spare USB connection which saves a plug in a quite confined space so all the better. Two tiny leds indicate red for power on and blue for the lock to the digital signal.

It has mini usb, coaxial and toslink inputs. RCA phono outputs. A rocker switch selects coax or toslink. The mini usb takes the wall wart power input or as described takes power from your PC, usb hub or Airport Express.

At this price it is an astonishing buy, tiny - just big enough to accept the interconnects - and unobtrusive, superb sound and well built in a metal casing.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris VINE VOICE on 18 April 2012
Been using this at work to run the SPDIF output from a Playstation3 into an older analogue mixing console, and it's working well for us. The power supply in the box was a European twin-pronged affair, but as it can also be powered via mini-USB, I've just been plugging it into one of the PS3's USB controller outputs, with the added benefit that it also switches off when the PS3 is shut down too. It's very straightforward as there is only one control on the device (which switches from either a coaxial or optical input); all you have to do is connect it up. It's a physically tiny thing too - about the size of two stacked matchboxes - but it "feels" well-made.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Kendell VINE VOICE on 26 July 2014
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I bought this because digital interference was getting into the analogue audio outputs of my Viera TV. It's completely fixed that problem and I no longer get warbly-scratchy noises on my Hi-Fi system when playing the TV through it.

FiiO are very careful to warn you about setting the digital output of your device (TV, DVD player, whatever) to PCM. I guess they don't want to have to deal with a large number of perfectly good devices returned because of configuration errors beyond their control, and I can't blame them. However, mine worked straight away with the Viera in its default auto mode.

My initial impression of its sound - confirmed by plugging the device into the optical output of my NAD CD player and switching between it and the NAD's analogue output - was that it was rather harsh. However, after a few hours' use it seems to have settled down and now sounds clear and detailed rather than strident.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. Siddi on 29 Feb. 2012
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I bought the fiio d3 192/24 bit just to give a try as my dac magic from Cambridge audio did not operate to 192/24 bit and to my surprise its so good I haven't plugged my dac magic in,Since I bought the fiio d3.Really good value I would recommend it highly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PF Cope TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Jan. 2015
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This is my third purchase of a Fiio product and was to be used to take a digital feed from a TV to a pair of powered speakers. As with my other products first impressions are excellent. A small and neatly finished metal case with gloss plastic cap ends and gold plated RCA outputs, discrete LED function lights all bode well. Installation was childs play, simply plug in your toslink cable, attach power supply and then the analogue output lead and you are ready to go....except the unit was dead. No indicator lights were showing so I used a spare USB cable direct from the TV and yes it then worked.
I particularly wanted a seperate power supply so it could be turned off when not in use (my USB's stay powered when the TV is on standby). I also found that the devices output was quite low and so back to Amazon it goes.
It is disappointing to receive any product that is less than fully functional and more so one that might have a limited use in low powered systems but it did sound open and distinct for the time in my limited usage. I won't be getting another, but in other systems I can imagine that this DAC will be perfect for a lot of other users, and so would not try and dissuade anyone else from giving it a try.
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