The JustBoom DAC standalone audio board is an almost instantaneous solution for high quality audio. Quickly and simply connect the board to powered speakers, headphones or audio amplifier and you'll soon be enjoying flawless, crystal-clear audio playback.
The board's digital (S/PDIF) inputs include both optical (TOSLINK) and coaxial/RCA connector options. The onboard DAC chip offers a 384kHz/32 bit output (although this is limited due to the input S/PDIF receiver to 108kHz/24bit).
The JustBoom DAC additionally includes a 138mW headphone amplifier. The board outputs line level audio over RCA and also offers a headphone amplified output over 3.5mm jack cable. The board is powered by a standard 5V microUSB power supply.
As if that wasn't good enough, you can go even further by pairing off the DAC standalone board with the Amp standalone board (75-0876) to create a system that gives extra amplification or additional outputs (for passive speakers, etc).
A standalone audio DAC card provides the perfect solution for a number of exciting projects and applications where standard audio resolutions just won't do:
Paired with the Digi HAT/Digi Zero as a receiver for your digital audio output
Paired with the Amp Standalone board for all in one DAC and amplifier for a compact high-quality audio solution
High-quality headphone amplifier for your digital audio receiver
Streaming (either from cloud or network storage) high-definition audio player
Multi-room audio player
Media centre/set-top box living room entertainment system
Follow the full setup guide for assembling your JustBoom DAC and Case Configure the JustBoom Player software
Plug and play compatibility for ease of use
Full high quality audio 108kHz/24bit
Includes S/PDIF input using either optical or electrical connections
Includes both a DAC and headphone amplifier
Line-level RCA and headphone amplified 3.5mm jack outputs
No soldering required
Powered by 5V microUSB power supply
Compatible with the JustBoom Amp
Burr-Brown/Texas Instruments PCM5102A DAC chip 384kHz, 32 bit (restrictions of S/PDIF receiver limit quality to 108kHz/24 bit)