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Any opinions on the Lite DAC-AH? I can get it for a good price. Would it feed a Little Dot II++ well?
i don't know how it'd pair with a LD2++ as the DAC-AH is quite warm, but it's pretty sweet for the price (just FYI i pair my DAC-AH with my MC-66AE tube amp for a deliberately warm and oozy sound, works a treat)
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i don't know how it'd pair with a LD2++ as the DAC-AH is quite warm, but it's pretty sweet for the price (just FYI i pair my DAC-AH with my MC-66AE tube amp for a deliberately warm and oozy sound, works a treat)
Interesting. Is there anything else in that price category worth looking at? Better?
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Interesting. Is there anything else in that price category worth looking at? Better?
one of the Zhaolus or a Musiland MD-10
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