Fisual DAC-2000 Digital To Analogue Converter Thank you for

Fisual DAC-2000 Digital To Analogue Converter Thank you for
Fisual DAC-2000 Digital To Analogue Converter
Thank you for purchasing the DAC-2000 converter, before use we recommend you read the
following instructions and retain them for future reference. The DAC-2000 is designed to convert
a digital audio signal of either optical or coaxial type into a stereo analogue output suitable for use
with standard analogue amplifiers or any other device with a line level analogue input.
Features
● Switchable input selector
● Supports PCM stereo audio signals up to 96kHz
● Compact size for easy installation
What’s in the box
● DAC-2000 switch unit
● Power supply
● Phono (RCA) cable
Usage
Prior to installation we recommend powering off all devices to be connected and turning them
back on once all connections have been made.
1. Identify which digital output the device you wish to connect has (optical / coaxial).
2. Use a suitable cable (purchased separately) to connect from the output to one of the
inputs on the DAC-2000.
3. Toggle the switch on the side of the unit to select the input being used.
4. Use the supplied phono cable to connect the output side of the DAC-2000 to your
amplifier.
5. Connect the DC connector from the supplied power supply to the DAC-2000.
6. Connect the power supply to a mains outlet and turn it on.
7. Power on your source device and amplifier.
8. Select the input on the amplifier which the DAC-2000 is connected to.
9. You should now be able to hear audio from your source through the amplifier. If you do
not please consult the troubleshooting section of this manual.
Specifications
1x Optical Input
EIAJ RC-5720B (Toslink) Connector
1x Coaxial Input
RCA Type 75 ohm Connector
DC Input
5v @ 600mA
LED Indicator
Power
Stereo Phono Output
RCA Type (Red = Right, White = Left)
Audio Format Support
LPCM 44kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz
Safety
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Suitable for indoor use only
There are no user serviceable parts. Do not open the housing.
Not suitable for use in high humidity environments.
Keep away from water
Only use the supplied AV/DC power supply.
Power off source and amplifier devices prior to making connections.
Troubleshooting
No power LED
● Ensure firm connection of DC plug to the DAC-2000.
● Check that the power supply is plugged in and the mains outlet
is turned on.
No audio output
● Check that the power LED is lit.
● Check that the correct input is selected on the switch on the
side of the unit.
● Confirm that all connection cables are seated correctly.
● Check that the amplifier device is turned up and has the correct
input selected.
● Check that your source device has it’s digital audio output
enabled (some TVs may not have it on as standard - check for
a red light from the cable / socket).
● Check that your source device is set to output LPCM stereo (if
bitstream or Dolby is selected this will not be compatible with
the DAC-2000)
● Confirm that the source device is outputting LPCM at either
44kHz, 48kHz or 96kHz sample rates. Other rates are
unsupported.
Distortion / popping
sound
● Ensure all cables are seated firmly in position.
● Ensure mobile phones are kept away from analogue audio
cables and associated products.
● Check that your source device is set to output LPCM stereo (if
bitstream or Dolby is selected this will not be compatible with
the DAC-2000)
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