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Cheap portable USB DAC, for netbook

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   Cheap seems to be word of alienation around here, yet I still a cheap one. The matter is my outdoor environments are not quite gadget safe so I need something expendable.  and I don't expect a supreme quality. I'm looking for something nearly decent as my sansa clip+.

 

Linux support is preferred.

Too much sound is not needed(will drive superlux hd681 and sr80i)

A nice case is preferred.

 

I did a forum search and found too many informative threads, but most of the dac links seems dead. Need some fresh advice. Thanks


Edited by NepWK - 12/11/11 at 4:59am
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I often use a y1 with my netbook and I love it. I don't have too much to compare it with SQ wise, but it's certainly an improvement over the netbook's headphone jack. I think the hammond cases are pretty rugged. Like I said I tote mine around frequently. You can make it yourself if you like diy or have one made for less than $100 (cost varies on configuration). Of course if you want an amp built in...

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Fiio e10 or e7.

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ive got a cheap ibasso d4 mamba, that im not using anymore

 

 

I was planning on posting in pretty soon

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