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post #2026 of 2032
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Originally Posted by reddington View Post


Aha..... completely forgot these were RCA outs not ins. Stupid me. Must be the lack of sleep. Its 4:15 in the morning here and am still working with HPs on. tongue.gif


All the people in Minnesota could fit into a single neighborhood in Kolkata. I can see a physical representation of the time difference between Minnesota and India, but its still hard to wrap my brain around the concept. 


Edited by bpcans - 12/18/14 at 11:42pm
post #2027 of 2032

Is it ok to leave the DF plugged to the computer 24/7 ?  Just asking out of paranoia :)

Actually I  plug it to a powered usb Hub, so it is never being turned off.


Edited by plonter - 12/18/14 at 11:42pm
post #2028 of 2032

Probably better than plugging/unplugging daily.  Less risk of damaging the USB connector.

 

As for leaving the power on - don't know.

post #2029 of 2032

So...I got one for $75 used. I truly cannot believe how good this tiny stick sounds. It absolutely smashes the Magni+Modi in clarity for the M50s. Will compare with my other cans later.

post #2030 of 2032
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So...I got one for $75 used. I truly cannot believe how good this tiny stick sounds. It absolutely smashes the Magni+Modi in clarity for the M50s. Will compare with my other cans later.

Which DF did you get? The original or version 1.2? 

post #2031 of 2032
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Which DF did you get? The original or version 1.2? 

 

Original. I found a 1.2 for $75, I would have bought two.

post #2032 of 2032
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Original. I found a 1.2 for $75, I would have bought two.


NIce score. If you ever get a chance to pick up a 1.2, by all means, do it. I've owned both for quite a while, and the version 1.2 is noticeably nicer than the original. More natural, more spacious and sweeter-sounding. I actually think it sounds more musical than the LH Geek Out 450, but it's limited to 24/96 and does not support native DSD. But it is a gorgeous-sounding DAC, regardless. Gordon Rankin has got it goin' on...

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