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KingRex Releases the UC192 (USB to SPDIF) Converter

KingRex UC192 is high quality CAT (computer audio transport) interface for computer audio fans and audiophiles. UC192 is capable of flawlessly transfering high resolution audio playback from a PC or MAC. Sample rates at 44.1KHz/16bit to 192KHz/32bit through its S/PDIF & IIS digital output to virtually every DAC (digital to analog converter) or A/V receiver around. It will help every audiophile easily connect their Hi-Fi system directly to the computer world.

KingRexUC192

KingRex UC192 uses a isochronous design. The adaptive clock generator  is for synchronous mode of audio bit stream. The clock frequency will be adjusted automatically to synchronize with the host computer. The adjustments are done in a manner that limit clock variation to a minimum impact to the audio performance. The Master clock generator is a 1ppm TCXO with proprietary drivers lower jitter.

KingRex supports proprietary drivers for Windows & Mac. KingRex supports proprietary drivers for Windows & Mac. The Direct Sound, ASIO4ALL and WASAPI will operate smoothly and perfectly.

KingRex UC192 is placed in black polished aluminum case. Size: 88*82*24mm(L*W*H)

MSRP: $189

www.kingrex.com

source: Christine Wu

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  • adam says:

    How would you use this? What would you pair it with? Let others who might not know much about a CAT know.

  • TweekGeek says:

    This is used to stream audio from your PC via the USB output to a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) while bypassing all of the nasty things the operating system does to digital, giving you a pure, very low jitter signal. For instance, if you have downloaded high resolution music (24 bit 96 kHz or 24 bit 192 kHz FLAC or uncompressed WAV) to your computer, this device will help you play that music through a DAC in your audio system. They are not the first to do this, as there are several other manufacturers who offer similar devices.

  • AG says:

    Will it work in Linux (Ubuntu, Voyage, etc.)? I am guessing not, because proprietary drivers are needed. Thanks.

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