Hahaha, yes you are absolutely right, that's embarrassing, thanks for correcting me :-)
I very much liked the "Bryston Limited: BDA-2 External DAC" (did I get it right now? :P)
The audio quality is impressive, and I couldn't fault it in any way, note that I only had a chance to test it as a DAC for the SRM-323S for my SR-009 and with Lynx Hilo as an amp with HD800.
I was pretty much aiming for a good DAC for my SR-009 setup, so I spent rather little time feeding the BDA-2 into the various other units I had (many of them had analog inputs and could be used as amps for HD800)
The feature set is somewhat limited compared to the competition I listed, but from a purely sq point of view it's as good as any of the others I tested.
I would actually fail 2/3 of the time when blind testing vs. the DAC2 for most of my sources, I might have thought the BDA-2 was a little more neutral when it comes to the bass response, but in a good way. (I think I'm ending up in the "prefers analytical sound" category).
The BDA-2 is a lot larger than the rest, and much heavier.
I really like the subtle indicator LED's, unlike many who are way too bright these are just right.
Unlike the DAC2, where you need to go to their website to download the drivers for windows, BDA-2 comes with a re-usable usb stick (one of those shaped like a key) with the drivers on it.
There is a warning sticker over the usb port telling you to install the drivers before attaching the usb cable, however the driver installation on win7 insists on connecting the cable before drivers are installed...
I tried some of the upsampling features but failed all the blindtests, guess my ears are not good enough to pick up any differences there.
All in all, if the DAC2 wasn't such an amazing package, I would have gone with the BDA-2 I think.
It also looks amazing in a rack with the other Bryston units, I'm particularly fond of the black faceplates :-)