The Fubar II is probably the simplest piece of audio gear you'll ever hook up. I know this is very important for many of you slowly coming over to the world of music servers and computer based audio. To get good sound from the Fubar II USB DAC just plug it in to your laptop and your preamp or amp and you're done. There are no drivers to install and no special software programs to make it work as designed. If you're looking for a basic DAC or a simple DAC to connect to the cabin stereo system you should really check out the Fubar II USB DAC.
The Fubar II USB DAC is pretty versatile. It works with Windows, Mac, or Linux. The DAC also comes with some nice cables, both USB and RCA. I reviewed the newest version of the Fubar II that has improved power regulation and LPF circuits. The analog output uses a Burr Brown OPA2604AP opamp that can be swapped out with any opamp you like. The DAC is a Burr Brown PCM2702. This unit can handle 16/44.1 or 48 kHz. Firestone does offer a 24/96 SPDIF DAC also available from Audiophile Products
. The Fubar II is a really small unit. I was surprised as how small it was even though I had seen it countless times online. It was one of those things