Wood... What has your modded Musiland done for your Chameleon? What's the difference without it on Chameleon?
The Musiland separates the instruments, gives them their own space, without it the soundscape is murky, unidentifiable sounds lurking in the background.
Its like cleaning your glasses/windows, more illusion of realty and can hear clearly the different soundstage sizes, and character of different recordings. Texture on strings doesnt sound like hash anymore.
Works well with the Chameleon, really shows what it can do, otherwise garbage in garbage out.
I thought the offramp is not a async reclocker in the sense of controlling what the computer outputs. Isn't it a buffer with high quality clocks to resync the input. In which case, in theory, the Hiface and Musiland would be superior, as they request corrupt data to be resent. I say in theory, because in practice no doubt the offramp uses top gear components and is well implemented. Shame we can't compare.