USB DAC compatibility List

Name: Cyrus soundKey
Receiver: PIC32MX250F128B
DAC: Texas Instruments PCM5102
Async: YES
Working with Volumio: YES
Tested Versions and Platforms: Working on PI-4 / Volumio V2.773
Harware Mixer on Volumio: YES
HW Mixer string: N/A
Comments: Detects fine, Rates “44100 48000 88200 96000”, Sometimes has distortion for 3 seconds max mid song (not on powered usb hub).
Buying Link: https://richersounds.com/cyrus-gaming-soundkey.html

Name: Topping D10
Receiver: XMOS XU208
DAC: ESS ES9018K2M + Burson V6 vivid opamp roll.
Async: YES
Working with Volumio: YES
Tested Versions and Platforms: Working on PI-4 / Volumio V2.773
Harware Mixer on Volumio: YES
HW Mixer string: N/A
Comments: Detects fine, Plays up to DSD 256 without any noticeable issues or distortion. Dac screen shows correct “DSD” measures. using a y splitter cable to power, untested without.

Name: MHDT Orchid
Receiver: USB Receiver
DAC:
TDA1541A
Async:
Yes
Working with Volumio:
Yes
Tested Versions and Platforms:
x86 Laptop
Hardware Mixer on Volumio:
Yes
HW Mixer string:
N/A
Comments:
DAC recognized by Volumio immediately after a reboot.
Buying Link:
https://www.lineartubeaudio.com/products/mhdt-labs-dacs

Name: Maverick D1
Receiver:
DAC: Crystal
Async: Yes
Working with Volumio: Yes
Tested Versions and Platforms: 2.715 / Cubox-i
Harware Mixer on Volumio: No
HW Mixer string:
Comments:
Buying Link:` https://www.mav-audio.com/base/

Name: Topping D90 standard non MQA
Receiver: XMOS XU208
DAC: AKM AK4499
Async: yes
Working with Volumio: yes
Tested Versions and Platforms: 2.799 onward
Hardware Mixer on Volumio:
HW Mixer string:
Comments: used with RPI4. No USB noise issues detected with stock USB cable when listening to whisper quiet passages at very high volume settings and ear next to speaker.
The Hardware mixer reduced the volume OK but did not operate the D90 volume. So I assume it worked as a software volume control.
A very well performing DAC.
Buying Link: In europe look for Audiophonics or Hifistudio 79

Name: Audiolab M-DAC (RPi3b+ only!)
Receiver: ?
DAC: ESS Sabre32 9018
Async: YES
Working with Volumio: YES
Tested Versions and Platforms: RPi3B+
Harware Mixer on Volumio: ?
HW Mixer string:
Comments: M-DAC ONLY works with RPi3B+, NOT RPi4 due to incompatibility between Pi USB 3 implementation and M-DAC
Buying Link:

Name: Pro-Ject Pre Box DS2 digital (Pre Amp with DAC)
Receiver: -
DAC: AK4490 32-bit PCM 768kHz / DSD256
Async: -
Working with Volumio: Version 2.806
Tested Versions and Platforms: Raspberry Pi 4b 4GB
Harware Mixer on Volumio: Yes
HW Mixer string:
Comments: Latest Firmware for the Pre-Amp must be installed.
Buying Link:` https://www.pro-ject-shop.de/main.php?prod=preboxds2d&cat=preamp&lang=de

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Name:T+A DAC 8
Receiver:TE 8802
DAC: T+A Proprietary
Async:No
Working with Volumio:YES
Tested Versions and Platforms:2.799, X86, Fujitsu ESPRIMO E 520, I3-4130
Hardware Mixer on Volumio:No
HW Mixer string: -
Comments: Works only in Adaptive mode (T&A: USB1 ) up to now up to 24bit/96kHz.
Asynchronous mode ( T+A: USB 2) produces drops, echos and noise.

Buying Link: Production stopped. Actual product: T&A DAC 8 DSD.

Name: Audiolab M-DAC+ (“plus”)
Receiver: ?
DAC: ESS Sabre32 9018
Async: YES
Working with Volumio: YES
Tested Versions and Platforms: 2.806 with RPi3B+ & RPi4
Hardware Mixer on Volumio: No
HW Mixer string:
Comments: M-DAC+ remote successfully controls playback in Volumio over USB, but not volume
Buying Link:

Name: PS Audio Stellar Gain Cell DAC
Receiver: USB, I2S over HDMI
DAC: ESS Sabre Hyperstream
Async: YES
Working with Volumio: USB - Not working for Stellar CPU 1.3.2.2 / FPGA 1.04. It worked fine for a previous release. It works fine with Stellar CPU 1.3.3.3 / FPGA 1.04.
I2S - with Audio-GD module on RPI3+ GPIO works fine (and sounds better)
Tested Versions and Platforms: 2.806 with RPi3B+
Hardware Mixer on Volumio: No
HW Mixer string:
Comments: Stellar CPU 1.3.2.2 / FPGA 1.04 - Linux driver issues, DAC works fine under Windows. Stellar CPU 1.3.3.3 - Works fine on Windows and Linux
Buying Link:

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