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Musiland Monitor 01 US

Musiland Monitor 01 US

“ I purchased the Musiland Monitor 01 US from a USA re-seller on Ebay for around $80 shipped.  I have used the 01 US now for about a month and I thought that I would provide a brief review for those of you who are curious about a reasonable USB DAC that handles up to 24/192 audio.   The 01 US is a small portable DAC that is housed in an attractive curved gray metal...” --jmartindale55

100% Positive Reviews
ONKYO nd s1

ONKYO nd s1

“ It does what it says in the advert, you can put an iPod on it and get direct digital output into a DAC of your choosing. But there is no analogue output so you must have a DAC or an amp with a digital input, e.g. an AV amp like Onkyo (and most of these can be connected to give an onscreen display showing track info, etc.).   Okay an iPod isn't the ultimate hifi source but it is...” --Fatmangolf

100% Positive Reviews
NuPrime uDSD Hi-resolution USB-powered Portable DAC (PCM 384, DSD 256) & Headphone Amp

NuPrime uDSD Hi-resolution USB-powered Portable DAC (PCM 384, DSD 256) & Headphone Amp

“I have had my uDSD for a month now and have used it every day with HD598s. The uDSD provides a great improvement when compared to my Dell laptops headphone output. I traded in an uDAC-2 and uDSD is great improvement. The build quality is also much better than the uDAC-2. Divers were easy to load and I was up and running within 5 minutes. Thanks Jason! ” --pennstateee1

100% Positive Reviews
SMSL SD-1955

SMSL SD-1955

“The SD-1955 delivers very low distortion for the price, and a clean, clear all-encompassing sound to match. Exchanging stock op amps is recommended.” --headphonatic

100% Positive Reviews
Musiland Monitor 02 US

Musiland Monitor 02 US

“ If you are looking for for a cheap Async DAC that does a lot for $150 then look no further than the Musiland Monitor 02 US.    Unlike many DACs in the market this DAC focus on Computer Audio only (which is great for me since I don't need Toslink or Coax inputs).   Using Async USB the DAC delivers Hi-Fi sound performance, but I do have to question why Musiland have to use a lower-end...” --HyperDuel

100% Positive Reviews
Matrix X-Sabre DAC

Matrix X-Sabre DAC

“ DSD is all the rage these days. Despite there not being a whole lot of music available in the format (SACDs aside), DAC makers are jumping on the feature as fast as they can. And I can't blame them - aside from our "regular" music, we all love a little ear candy to show off the capabilities of our system.    Another thing that's quite popular? The ESS Sabre DACs. These Sabre...” --project86

100% Positive Reviews
Resonessence Labs Concero

Resonessence Labs Concero

“     Not to pat myself on the back too much, but I was one of the very first people to review the Invicta DAC from Resonessence Labs ($3999). I found it to be exceptionally good - competing with and even surpassing several of my other DACs which cost significantly more. The Invicta system went on to become a very successful product, well reviewed by numerous other...” --project86

100% Positive Reviews
Peachtree Audio DAC-iT Digital Input

Peachtree Audio DAC-iT Digital Input

“Quick Story and IntroThe reason I'm writing this review is not because this is a cool new up and coming product. In fact, its quite the opposite. Peachtree released their second version of the DAC iT, the DAC iTx, in 2013. I've heard only great and positive things about Peachtree in the time I've been here with the Head-Fi community, so naturally, when I was looking for an affordable desktop...” --Cotnijoe

100% Positive Reviews
Logitech Squeezebox Wi-Fi Internet Radio and Wireless Music Player

Logitech Squeezebox Wi-Fi Internet Radio and Wireless Music Player

“ First I tried the newer Squeezebox Duet which has a display on the remote control but I prefer the Classic because the display is much bigger then the display of the newer remote control.   I have never enjoyed music so much with this device, just scan your music and it imports all your iTunes playlists or your music folders if you don't use iTunes (in my case I don't) and use...” --alexdemaet

100% Positive Reviews
Anedio D1 DAC

Anedio D1 DAC

“ http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/528473/review-anedio-d1-dac-my-new-reference-dac   That's a link to my detailed review. In summary:   The best DAC I've ever heard. The only thing that matched it was the MBL 1511E which is a $9000 DAC. The Anedio is identical in sound, at a much lower price, thus by far a better DAC. Please read my review for further info.” --project86

100% Positive Reviews
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