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puce-tri-med Technical characteristics

puce-carre USB  Input  working in asynchronous mode up to 24bits/192kHz and accepting USB audio class 1.0 and USB audio class 2.0 modes without any driver implementation for Mac and a custom Micromega driver for PC.

puce-carre Insignificant jitter in USB asynchronous mode thanks to two very low jitter master clocks ( 22.5792 MHz for multiple of 44.1kHz and 24.5760 MHz for multiple of 48kHz), with dedicated  low noise power supplies.

puce-carre SPDIF 75Ω Coaxial  input accepting levels as low as 0.2V p-p
puce-carre SPDIF Toslink  Optical input
puce-carre Extremely low jitter in SPDIF mode (<50ps)
puce-carre 2V rms full scale Analog output with low impedance driver

puce-carre Integrated universal power supply 85-265 Vac / 50-60Hz.
puce-carre Unique design, extremely fast, ultra low noise audio power supply

puce-carre No electrolytic capacitors in the audio section, neither in the audio low noise power supply, nor in the audio path.
puce-carre 4  positions  horizontal  rotary  switch  with  anodized  aluminium wheel  profile. Allows selection  between  STBY  – USB  – COAX  – OPTO

puce-carre Elegant textured ABS housing available  in 2 colors: White or Black

puce-carre Extremely low power consumption in standby mode ( <500mW) as well as in operation (< 2.5W).

puce-carre Product meet all the most stringent energy saving regulations.


 puce-tri-med Get your driver

If you want to play 24bits/192kHz files with a PC, you will need to download this driver.

puce-carre For EM serial numbers, please download the following zip :


puce-carre For the others, please download this one :





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