USB audio is evolving so quickly in the last year that it has become difficult when to decide to jump in and try one of these new products. These are the popular contenders these days: https://kitsunehifi.com/product/singxer-f1-digital-interface-board/ uses newer XMOS xCORE-200. Requires USB power or (external PS to get best performance) but is a highly respected device. http://www.diyinhk.com/shop/audio-k...noise-1uv-regulator-wmanual-power-switch.html Uses the latest XMOS xCORE-X216. Requires USB power or (external PS to get best performance) but is a highly respected device. http://matrix-digi-usa.com/x-series/x-spdif_2 Uses the newer XMOS xCORE-X208. Requires USB power or (external PS to get best performance) but is a highly respected device. But his one came out just a few weeks ago. I choose it as it has a decent internal PS and it is stupid cheap. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Bre...-cd77-4ee2-9d7a-133a59ff17a2&rmStoreLevelAB=0 Uses the newer XMOS xCORE-X208. It works perfect with the default xCore Wasapi drivers as loaded by Windows 10. My Modwright Elyse DAC has an internal Optoma NuForce USB board which is a pretty darn good performer but about 3 year old technology. The rest of the Elyse DAC is stellar IMHO and I thought one of these new bridges could take it to the next level of USB performance. I was right, the new XMOS chips really adds an additional sense of reality to the musical tracks. More detail, separation of sources with absolutely no edge or brittleness. It clearly adds all this without removing any of the musical quality I enjoy so much with this DAC. Granted the Elyse uses the PCM1794 chip that cannot process I2s so I have to use the SPDIF input from the bridge but I really don't think that is a detriment as I don't use DSD files in any case.