I would doubt it, as the DCS Ring DAC is legendary, and made from discrete components developed in house at DCS, Its not a mass produced off the shelf chip set that most manufactures use. Also its upgradable via various releases of firmware as new features come along like playing hi-res DSD files. I know of no other commercial DAC which is equivalent, except possibly MSB, but I'm not that familiar with their implementation. However the DCS sound may not be for everyone as it majors on detail.
In fact a lot of the stuff out there are just bog standard off the shelf components or ready built modules thrown together is a box and touted as revolutionary, or novel on some way. I'm afraid its a bit of a sham, and has been going on for decades.
Its called marketing!
Edited by complin - 9/7/12 at 1:31am
Originally Posted by Sapientiam
I have my doubts on that as the dCS is S-D. I reckon a decent multibit DAC (something based on TDA1541A perhaps) would have better dynamics. Have a look over here (just to give one example) : http://www.ecdesigns.nl/isd-player/isds1