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post #301 of 304
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Originally Posted by blitzxgene View Post
 

 

 (even bought the i2s kit for the Ref 10, before noticing I'd have to solder... :(). 

 

Didn't know it exists, where can I get one? 

 

Also thanks for your comparison of M7 and Ref 10.32.

It'd be very nice to have M7 but with its price I think I will stick to Ref 10.32 instead.

With HD800 I really feel there is no need for any other upgrades.

I am finally enjoying my music files like never before, it is so good.

 

The law of diminishing returns sucks ;-) That is why the last few percents are so expensive to get.

post #302 of 304
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Originally Posted by PiNa.cz View Post
 

 

Didn't know it exists, where can I get one? 

 

Also thanks for your comparison of M7 and Ref 10.32.

It'd be very nice to have M7 but with its price I think I will stick to Ref 10.32 instead.

With HD800 I really feel there is no need for any other upgrades.

I am finally enjoying my music files like never before, it is so good.

 

The law of diminishing returns sucks ;-) That is why the last few percents are so expensive to get.

 

You can order one from Kingwa, just email him.

post #303 of 304

 

One more question: Is there any benefit of I2S input in comparison with USB32 input? If I got it right with I2S board I will also need some USB to I2S converter like WaveIO, right?

post #304 of 304
Yes there is a benifit and yes you need a converter
Audio Phileo is one
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