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Audio-gd NFB-28 Reviews

TheChillburger

A balanced Sabre DAC/amp at a good price

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Pros: balanced amp and DAC, tons of power on tap, lots of outputs and inputs, remote, build quality

Cons: some issues with source switching, expense of balanced setup

Hello, I noticed there aren't many reviews of the NFB28 on Head-Fi, and as a big fan of the unit, I felt that it deserves more praise. I will preface in saying that this is the first balanced DAC and amp that I have owned, and the unit was purchased second hand from another Head-Fi member. Kingwa was gracious and allows for warranty transfers, so big shoutout for that!     Build Quality: The NFB28 makes a pretty big first impression with the size and weight alone. It's far more hefty than my previous amps and DACs, with a solid aluminum chassis. The potentiometer is a stepped potentiometer, and it feels great to use compared to my other analog volume pots. The...
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1Infinity

Full performance

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Pros: Trasparent, dinamic, power, perfect pre-amplifier

Cons: I find none

sorry my English is Google translate I bought this machine to see if such facilities exist hifi quality level beyond which the feeling of fidelity sound becomes real. Unfortunately, I'm afraid I have sold too soon because some headphones were dull and boring even using different amplifiers. Nfb 28 just catcher my attention to listening, the sound is quicksilver even at low volumes, the ability to be detailed is not inconsistent with that of being musical. When I stuck my headphones for the first time I said to my friend: "seems to connect a krell ksa80 headphones but without that annoying lodness". I knew who he was until after King Wa !. So ok the Dac is great, ok the Headphone Amp...
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