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External DAC and Ethernet questions

Posted 12 November 2015 - 05:18 PM (#1) User is offline   sportflyer 

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I just purchased an Tab S 8.4 . Coming from Windows OS ,I am slowly getting accustomed to Lollipop OS.

a) I would like to use my AudioEngine USB DAC to play music . Can I use a regular micro adapter cable or do I need one that is OTG capable ? I am also wondering whether the Tablet has enough juice to power the USB DAC .

b) Can I connect Tab S to my home network via ethernet for faster download of files from internet? Which adapter to use ?

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