Does this exist, I want a transmitter with usb/toslink digital inputs to send audio wirelessly to a dac headphone amp receiver that also has usb input.
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I'm sorry I did not realise that would read that way, I'm a newbie to forums
any help would be much appreciated
I have an Arcam rBlink recieving Bluetooth audio from phones (although my Samsung phone supports better quality audio than my iPhone due to a lack of Apt-x support). Although this unit is a DAC itself I bypass that and get the rBlink to send digital audio to an Audiolab M-DAC (via coax). The M-DAC also has another coax, USB and two optical inputs which I use for direct connection to a computer and games consols. In my case the M-DAC then acts as a pre-amp, connected to a power amp, but it will just as easily connect to an integrated amp or headphones (pluged straight into the M-DAC).
It sounds like what you are asking for is very different to that, but the Arcam rBlink could be of use to you.
Hifi: Audiolab M-DAC > Audiolab 8200P > Tannoy DC6T SE ●
Headphone/DAC/amp: Denon D7000, SoundMAGIC HP100 / HP200, Schiit Combo ●
Currently using: Galaxy Note 2 > Epiphany E-DAC > Shonyun 306A > RZA Premium ●
What about an Audioengine D2? In theory, you could output to the headphone amp from this? £500 GBP though.
Nice recommend OBS, that seems to suit the OPs request better than the rBlink. I just remembered that the Cambridge Audio DACMagic Plus (£350) has an option of a wireless reciever upgrade (BT100) for £70.
Cheers guys for your suggestions i will check them out, the new audio cambridge minx unit out this month I believe , looks quite tasty as well
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