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post #1006 of 1009
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Originally Posted by sandab View Post
 

FYI - the D18 is now up on m....rop with the lowest price at $560.

I think it's a steal at that price! I have compared mine to many dacs and could never find anything under $1500 that I could say was better (I listen mostly to classical). Of course, you have to add the expense of a good usb converter but still, it is a bargain.

 

P.S. It was called to my attention that comments about this seller are not allowed. You can take my comment about the value of the D18 regardless of who is selling it. I understand it is being discontinued so discounts around the web on remaining stock are not surprising. In the $500-$600 price range the D18 would be a great value and hard to beat at twice the price.


Edited by Chodi - 9/1/14 at 10:58pm
post #1007 of 1009
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Originally Posted by Chodi View Post
 

I think it's a steal at that price! I have compared mine to many dacs and could never find anything under $1500 that I could say was better (I listen mostly to classical). Of course, you have to add the expense of a good usb converter but still, it is a bargain.

 

P.S. It was called to my attention that comments about this seller are not allowed. You can take my comment about the value of the D18 regardless of who is selling it. I understand it is being discontinued so discounts around the web on remaining stock are not surprising. In the $500-$600 price range the D18 would be a great value and hard to beat at twice the price.

 

Chodi,

 

What do you use for a USB converter?  Thanks.

 

HS

post #1008 of 1009
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Originally Posted by HemiSam View Post
 

 

Chodi,

 

What do you use for a USB converter?  Thanks.

 

HS

Gustard U10 I bought from Vintage Audio Lab Taiwan. I had a Hiface 2 I used for some time but the Gustard is far better. This Gustard company is from mainland China and they are statring to get some positive comments about their dac's and headphone amps as well as the usb converter. 

post #1009 of 1009
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Originally Posted by Chodi View Post
 

Gustard U10 I bought from Vintage Audio Lab Taiwan. I had a Hiface 2 I used for some time but the Gustard is far better. This Gustard company is from mainland China and they are statring to get some positive comments about their dac's and headphone amps as well as the usb converter. 

 

Thanks for sharing, Chodi!

 

 

:biggrin:

 

HS

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