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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Is there a recommended 5W adapter with multiple USB ports? Ideally one that produces 0.5A
    Lots tested on this list - just look for the ones with the lowest noise measurements and available in your region: https://lygte-info.dk/info/ChargerIn...3p4A%20UK.html

    The Anker may be worth looking at with 15mV rms and 200mVpp: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Charg...4358886&sr=8-1
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    I see the DAC32 has jumped in pre-order price from £55 to £65 overnight on the Audiostore site. It still costs £43 (50) direct from PolyVection!

    On the other hand if you buy a pair of AE1's from Audiostore for £1,000 they will chuck in a DAC32 for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heuer View Post
    I see the DAC32 has jumped in pre-order price from £55 to £65 overnight on the Audiostore site. It still costs £43 (50) direct from PolyVection!

    On the other hand if you buy a pair of AE1's from Audiostore for £1,000 they will chuck in a DAC32 for free.
    Maybe Audiostore use Ryanair style pricing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heuer View Post
    I see the DAC32 has jumped in pre-order price from £55 to £65 overnight on the Audiostore site. It still costs £43 (50) direct from PolyVection!

    On the other hand if you buy a pair of AE1's from Audiostore for £1,000 they will chuck in a DAC32 for free.
    I did wonder what would happen to pricing on Audiostore - they aren't normally what you would call cheap!
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    Ordered mine. Can't wait to see if it's the perfect complement for my headphone listening station I imagine it could be.

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    So basically it is possible to use the SB Touch wall wart to power the unit?
    Btw, did you send a unit to audioscience for measurement?

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    Don't think so as the Touch uses a 2.5mm plug and the DAC32 uses a 2.1mm plug. Suggest you use any Apple 5V USB wall wart you have lying around and the PolyVection supplied cable. Apple do seem to design their PSU's very carefully to minimise noise.
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    I was under the impression that these dimensions were standardised.

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    You would hope so, but alas .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie View Post
    Btw, did you send a unit to audioscience for measurement?
    This would be good.

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