ADL GT 40 (made by Furutech), USB DAC/Phono ADC
This Furutech GT-40 should warm the digits of anyone with a vinyl collection. Furutech, who is generally known for its high quality connectors and cabling, now released the wonderful GT40 USB DAC with built-in phono stage. The product looks incredibly well built for the price, and features a large level control on the front.
Enjoy the music stored on your computer or laptop via USB. Of course in high-resolution 24bits / 96Khz. Do you prefer using another DAC but your computer doesn't have a digital output? Then this Furutech GT40 is the ideal link with its configuration USB in > Digital out.
"For more initimate listening". Connect your headphones via the 6.3mm jack at the front.
Phono preamplifier MM/MC:
You can plug your turntable into the analog inputs (switchable between line or phono level) on the back. A switch on the back offers MM or MC input levels.
Playing and recording is done at a high resolution of 24bits / 96Khz.
Phono AD Converter:
You can plug your turntable into the analog inputs (switchable between line or phono level) on the back. Plug the USB port into your computer to transfer your records to hard drive at 24bit/96kHz resolution.
Connecting is simple Other options include a pair of analog outs. Connect a USB-cable to virtually any PC/Mac and the Furutech GT40 is functions immediately, without having to install software.
USB: High-Speed 2.0, type B connection
Input analogue: RCA, switch for MM/MC/Line
Input digital USB: 24-bit, 96Khz (max) connection with pc/mac
Output analogue: RCA
Output digital USB: 24-bit, 96Khz (max) connection with pc/mac
USB Support Formats: 16-bit: 32 / 44.1kHz / 48kHz / 96kHz
24-bit: 44.1kHz / 48kHz / 96kHz
Power-switch: On/off (front)
Phono feature: Ground connection (back)
Sizes: 150 (W) x 111 (D) x 57 (H) mm