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+1 on impressions.

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Cheers guys, much appreciated from both of you.

Now we need impressions from someone familiar with one or more of its direct rivals, although if I have anything new and meaningful to add in the next few weeks, I certainly will.
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Cheers guys, much appreciated from both of you.

Now we need impressions from someone familiar with one or more of its direct rivals, although if I have anything new and meaningful to add in the next few weeks, I certainly will.


Hey man, nice review!

I'll be watching this space for the Bifrost Uber showdown! tongue.gif
post #94 of 287

Watching this thread closely.. This might be just what i'm looking for.

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After the delays for the PureDAC, I ended us getting a Dangerous Music Source. I love it and it was "only" $900.
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This device is interesting. I've never seen integrated DAC and fully balanced headphone amplifier before.

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This device is interesting. I've never seen integrated DAC and fully balanced headphone amplifier before.

 

Really? There's quite a few no named ones around. Mostly made from Diy parts.

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Really? There's quite a few no named ones around. Mostly made from Diy parts.

There maybe some from those DIY's but I'm not that familiar with them. Actually I've been waiting for fully balance desktop DAC/Amp for the good price as well as sound quality for a long time so this make me feel quite excited especially this is from known company.

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There maybe some from those DIY's but I'm not that familiar with them. Actually I've been waiting for fully balance desktop DAC/Amp for the good price as well as sound quality for a long time so this make me feel quite excited especially this is from known company.

Strictly speaking, the Audiolab M-MAC may be used as a balanced output headphone amp as the line outputs are the same as the headphone outputs, the designer encourages owners to use the balanced line outs to drive balanced headphones.
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Edited by business_jj - 9/20/13 at 5:28am
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I had a call from Brian of AaImports and the first batch have arrived on shore. I believe there may be a few not presold so you can contact you dealer or if there are none nearby, contact Brian.
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Although I've had limited listening time, mine has been going from strength to strength. I took Carlos' suggestion to re-terminate my Beyer T1 for balanced. It sounds fantastic.

Audio Addict, look forward to your impressions, especially if you still have the PWD2 in house?
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Impressions! Let's go.

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Audio Addict, look forward to your impressions, especially if you still have the PWD2 in house?

I still have the PWD MKII but headphones are through a RSA Apache. My T1, HE500 and HE6 are balanced but with the dual 3 pin xlr. I do have a converter cable to the 4 pin balance.
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Looking forward to your expressions. I am selling my w4s dac2 for a source update. I just don't think it will be a good pair with my new Stax O2. Any ideas on how good the puredac is compare to CD players of the same price range (both in balanced setup)? 

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