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Did the OP ever determine if the NFB-10SE's dac was better or equal to the NFB-2? Im interested in this, and the answer was vague.



NFB-2 DAC section is better , but NFB-2 is just single ended , with a single ended amp yeah it will better , but NFB-10SE can work in balanced mode ...

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I haven't heard either, but from my experience with older audio-gd gear, their mid-tier single-ended have fuller macrodetail, more pleasant (warm and fuzzy) microdetail, and your attention does not often turn to specific instruments. Balanced operation puts more spotlight on microdetail, precise dynamics, and soundstage ambiance. I think audio-gd's balanced gear at the same price range as their single-ended gear will certainly have more technical ability, particularly in microdetail, but if you like the blacker background and other benefits of better psu, and like the fuller and more forgiving sound of single-ended, you may prefer nfb-2+c2.

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