The INT204 is housed in a silver anodized aluminum frame.
Two power sources are required for the INT204. One is the bus power fed via the USB connector, the other is an external power supply which is supplied with the INT204 unit. This scheme allows to have the input and output sections of the INT204 galvanically isolated.
Front panel controls
There are eight LEDs for sampling frequency display and power status. A switch allows to select the sampling frequency when doing DSD to PCM conversion (176.4 or 88.2 kHz). Another switch selects the wordlength when doing DSD to PCM conversion (24 or 16 Bit). A power switch handles the power on/off for the external power supply input.
Back panel elements from left to right
The INT204 can do DSD to PCM conversion at selectable sampling frequencies and wordlength (88.2 or 176.4 kHz and 16 or 24 Bit). The DSD input is in the DoP format with a sampling frequency of DSD64 (2.8224 MHz).