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post #136 of 198
There's the standard Transporter listed, but not the Modwright modification:

Link
$3800-$4500
post #137 of 198
updates for Audio-gd's dacs CDתÅÌ/DAC
post #138 of 198
Xiangsheng's "Music Curve" (D-2008A Series) Integrated Tube Amplifiers all have USB input and headphone amps.

Hefei XiangSheng Electronic Co.,Ltd - Products - Vacuum Tube Amplifier - D-2008A Series Integrated Tube Amplifier
post #139 of 198
This Dac is missing:

Neko D100
link: http://www.nekoaudio.com/

Price 1295$

DAC: 2 x Burr-Brown PCM1794
Digital receiver: Wolfson WM8804
Op-amp: Non, output stage is entirely passive
Input: optical and coaxial S/PDIF
Output: Balanced XLR (single-ended RCA via interconnects)
post #140 of 198
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Haoting View Post
Xiangsheng's "Music Curve" (D-2008A Series) Integrated Tube Amplifiers all have USB input and headphone amps.

Hefei XiangSheng Electronic Co.,Ltd - Products - Vacuum Tube Amplifier - D-2008A Series Integrated Tube Amplifier
This is a list of standalone DACs only, otherwise every receiver since 1995 would be included. Devices that contain other features but allow standalone D/A (ex. E-MU 0404 USB) are included. In other words, if that integrated amplifier had outputs from the DAC section that bypassed all of the amplification sections, it could be included.
post #141 of 198
here is yet another DAC:

Music hall 25.2
link: .:: music hall audio :: dac 25.2

Price 595$

DAC: Ti PCM1796 24bit
Digital receiver: Ti SRC4192 Asynchronous sample rate converter w/high precision active crystal oscillator master clock
Electro-Harmonix 6922 tube output
Input: usb, XLR, optical and coaxial S/PDIF
Output: RCA (Pr) & XLR (Pr)
post #142 of 198
Thread Starter 
I can't find the XiangSheng DAC-01 for sale anywhere. I'll add it to the list once its availability has been confirmed. It would also be nice to know what DAC chip it uses.
post #143 of 198
A few additions to list entry 136, Weiss Engineering DAC1 / DAC1-MK2:

Quote:
DAC: Analog Devices AD1853
Upsampling: Weiss proprietary DSP
Receiver: Cirrus CS8413 (possibly changed in the latest version which accepts 192 KHz input on a single wire)
Op-amp: Analog Devices AD797, discrete class A
Inputs: Optical, XLR (x3)
Outputs: XLR, XLR Digital (x3)
post #144 of 198
Needs to be updated to include the Compass.
post #145 of 198
The guys at HiFiDIY seem to make some sweet products.

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post #146 of 198
The Three-two USB DAC is defunct.. (check the website)
post #147 of 198
The Audio-gd DACs listed have all changed, and some need to be added, including the Compass:

DAC list
Price list
post #148 of 198
Got a new one at the $2,500 price point: Ayre QB-9

DAC: DSD1796
Receiver: TAS1020B
Filter: Custom minimum phase.
Op-amp: None, discrete, fully balanced.
Input: USB only
Output: RCA, XLR

No link on their Web page yet. Listening to it, it sounds very nice.
post #149 of 198
The new headroom UDAC
post #150 of 198
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