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Poll Results: How many dedicated DACs have you owned in your life?

 
  • 18% (12)
    1
  • 27% (18)
    2
  • 18% (12)
    3
  • 15% (10)
    4
  • 4% (3)
    5
  • 15% (10)
    6 or more
65 Total Votes  
post #16 of 22
Too darn many. Look at my "dac blowout" by sig...(shameless plug but hey it's related)...good times...


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post #17 of 22

Hello,

I just found your post and am trying to make a 4 or 6 channel DAC to use as X-over, etc with Audiolense. How do you sync three DACs? Are you using USB or ?? If you do not mind sharing your accomplishments, I am all ears>

Thank you,

David

post #18 of 22

I've owned just one DAC in 30+ years of audio. A Schiit Modi that I bought for my desktop a couple of months ago, and only did that, because my ancient MAudio sound card blew up. Admittedly, I'm not a fan of DACs, preferring integrated solutions. That may change, though, as I'm really enjoying the Beyer cans I bought for my main system, and the concept of having a DAC/amp on my desk seems much more warranted. I'll likely give the Modi to my son.

post #19 of 22

Because I'm lazy and haven't sold a few, I currently have the ODAC, Bifrost, and D100 MkII. For the most part I can't really tell them apart...

post #20 of 22

I used two in my life time, I used to own the NFB 12.0 then later on. I sold it off so I Could get the NFB15.32 for it better usb chip. As The Tennor 7022 chip was getting on my nerves and I was going for a full external dac route with my setup. Plus I wanted the Digital Filter switches on the front panel instead of switching the dip pins which I did alot inside of the NFB 12.0 when i went from one of the two settings I liked depending on the week or month.


Edited by genclaymore - 9/17/13 at 10:50pm
post #21 of 22

MOTU Ultralite, NI Audio 2, M-Audio Fast Track Pro, Belkin BT receiver.

 

None have ever broken down.

post #22 of 22

Where's the "0" option?

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