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Purrin, now that you've heard the HD700, how does it compare to the W3000ANV (i.e. how would you describe the sonic differences of these cans)? Which sounds better out of a portable rig / iPod? I'm looking for a good pair of traveling cans and am considering both of these.  
I've downloaded the trial version of Fidelia and have been impressed with the way it sounds. It considerably narrows the gap in SQ between Audirvana Plus and Amarra. Sound is closer to Amarra but Amarra still has an edge in the transparency of vocals, presents a more analog sound and slightly deeper bass notes. However, the bass sounds tighter and better defined on Fidelia.
Me too. I'd really like to know how the new D2 stacks up against players in the $3-4k territory. The D2 seems like an excellent value. 
Thanks for the updates!
Seriously considering this. I wonder how the DAC compares to others such as the likes of the Zodiac Gold and Invicta.
Interested. PM sent!
So these are definately a keeper for you Rob? Do you feel the W3000ANV are better than the T1 and DX-1000? Would you be looking at doing a full review of the W3000ANV shortly?   VERY tempted with the W3000ANV. Should I take the plunge?    
Lars, how does the Ref 7.1 pair with the Master 6? This is a combo which i am seriously considering. Do you consider this paring to be the most resolving, natural and transparent which you have heard?   Still waiting for someone to do a proper review of the Master 5 / 6.
Great news! Looking forward to more impressions.
I don't re-start my Mac before loading Amarra (or any other players for that matter). I only use the app to clear/cleanup the memory before I load the players and when I find that the available memory drops to 2.5 GB or less (I usually have a total of 6+GB available). The app that I use is called 'Free Memory'. It's available for free on the Apple app store.   With Amarra, I experience some occassional skipping of music with the playback of 16-bit tracks. However, when I...
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