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exaSound e22 DAC

exaSound e22 DAC

“Intro   From the land of ice hockey, frozen wine, and decent beer, comes:     Two DACs manufactured by a small company in Canada called exaSound, run by a smart guy named George Klissarov. Both support PCM up to 32/384 and DSD up to DSD256 over USB. The e20 mkIII will run you $2499 and the e22 will run you $3499. exaSound also sells an 8-channel DAC called the e28, for...” --Stereolab42

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exaSound e20

exaSound e20

“I reviewed this DAC as part of a combined exaSound e22/e20 review. Instead of just duplicating that review here, I will provide a link to it:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/exasound-e22-dac/reviews/11541   Hopefully this isn't breaking any rules. ” --Stereolab42

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exaSound e28 DAC

exaSound e28 DAC

The e28 DAC brings together DSD256 and the thrill of a multi-channel sound stage perfected for music experience. No other device on the market can play with such simplicity anything that you can throw at it - multi-channel and stereo at any sampling rates - from 44.1 to 384 kHz PCM and 2.8 to 12.2 MHz DSD. The e28 can handle all of it in the same playlist - without changing a single...

Harman Kardon HD 970

Harman Kardon HD 970

Harman Kardon HD 970 CD player.

exaSound e18 DAC

exaSound e18 DAC

The e18 DAC brings the highest quality of multichannel music reproduction to computer audiophiles. It delivers transparent, high-definition sound that far exceeds the sonic capabilities of high-end disc payers and receivers. e18 is a state of the art 8 channel computer sound interface capable of playing DXD studio-master files. e18 is the missing link - the only device needed between...

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