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Holo Audio – Titanis – Active USB processor

(3 customer reviews)

$65.00$89.00

Titanis is an active USB processor, and is different from the old USB filters which you may have tried before. The filter is composed of simple LC passive components, the output signal is all dependent on the input. Unlike others, Titanis is an active device, and the output is not affected by the strength of the input.

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Titanis

Holo Audio

 

Titanis is an active USB processor, and is different from the old USB filters which you may have tried before. The filter is composed of simple LC passive components, the output signal is all dependent on the input. Unlike others, Titanis is an active device, and the output is not affected by the strength of the input.

 

Two versions of Titanis:

Standard version, output current is 300 mA, which is good for most of the USB device interfaces.

Advanced version, output current is 800 mA, which is good for all high current USB device interfaces

 

The two main functions of Titanis.

  1. Regeneration of USB power. Power from the computer USB ports are very noisy with a level higher than several mV. Titanis inverts and processes power from the USB source. The regenerated power noise level is only 8 uV, rendering the Noise level reduced by about 1/1000th.

 

  1. Rebuilding the signal from the USB port. In the computer, the signal consists of a large amount of interference and jitter due to the complicated EM environment and power supply conditions. Titanis receives the signal from USB and puts it in a local buffer, with the use of a local high quality clock, regenerates the USB signal and sends it to output.

 

Please place Titanis close to the computer, the shorter the USB connection cable between Titanis and computer is better. For the best optimization plug the Titanis directly into the computer USB port. Includes 10cm USB extension cable in the box.

Titanis does not require device driver, however some devices may need to reinstall a device driver after connecting to Titanis.

All USB devices can be connect through Titanis, e.g. mouse and keyboard… etc, it can enhance PCHIFI system performance.

3 reviews for Holo Audio – Titanis – Active USB processor

  1. Kevin Elliott

    I installed this device in my workshop system and noticed an immediate improvement in the sound quality. The music flows much more organically with the Titanis in-line. Very pleased.

  2. newport_66a

    The Titanis made a big difference in my workshop system. Feeding an inexpensive Creative Audio X-Fi USB audio interface, vintage modified Fisher EL84 P-P amp and Ditton Reference (modified) monitors the sound went from pretty good to really smooth and relaxed. The Titanis removed something intangible that I wasn’t aware was there until it was gone.. music just flows more organically, less fatigue. I have a Holo Audio Spring on the way, looking forward to putting it and the Titanis in my ‘big rig’!

  3. kennysylim

    After reading a review that placed the Titanis on par with the Uptone USB Regen with LPS, I had to order one to try for myself.

    Working from home has restricted my listening to my Yoga 900S via my trusty iFi Audio Micro iDSD DAC with a custom ordered Curious USB type-A Male-Female cable. I switch between the Sony XBA-A3 and Sennheiser HD650 depending on the time of day, listening to Tidal via jRiver using Bubble UPNP. Tidal HiFi absolutely trounces Spotify in terms of Sound Quality but compared to jRiver it still falls short. I was glad I managed to find out that it’s possible to use jRiver as an end-device with Bubble.

    Fresh out from the box, and right off the bat, the Titanis improved the sound quality across the board! Darker background, much better clarity although with some harshness, improved definition, very evident airiness between the musicians and faster pace… if that’s even possible. With this kind of improvement, the $65 Titanis is an absolute steal, especially right next to my Curious Cable that costs 3x more.

    After 50 hours, the initial harshness has disappeared. It’s sounding smoother and more analog as the hours pile on. Soundstage has opened wider and the bass is more pronounced with a nice tight and rounded impact. I can easily place the positions of every instruments in a track. Echo in large hall recordings are so much more pronounced and immersive that I feel like I’m in the hall. This has to be the best $100 (including shipping) that I’ve spent in a long, long time! Yup, I’m getting all my audio buddies to put their money on this!

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