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New DAC recommendations for around £300/400 for soundtracks/classical/female vocals/strings

post #1 of 3
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Good evening all,

 

I was wondering if some more experienced members of the forum would mind naming a couple of decent DACs for around the £300/400 mark as I feel like treating myself after Christmas! 

 

I currently have a Topping D20 hooked up to my Little Dot MKIII & German Maestro GMP400's, now I'm not knocking it at all, but I feel like I'd like to try something a little more substantial, I usually listen to more classical orientated stuff, film soundtracks, female vocals and strings if that makes any difference.

 

I'd be very interested in any suggestion, or links to any threads I may have missed discussing similar questions - cheers! :) 

post #2 of 3

I'm also looking for a dac but in the $200 range. Don't mean to jack your thread OP, but I'm in a similar situation to you and I don't want to clutter the forums with a useless thread. My setup:

 

pc ---> little dot mkii ---> dt 770s. The problem I have right now is that I want a dac so I can connect multiple sources: record player, and pc.

 

considering:

 

-schiit Loki

http://schiit.com/products/loki

 

-little dot dac_1

http://www.littledot.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=814&sid=28f5240ca250939dc32d572711244679

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Post Christmas bump :) 

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