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post #16 of 22
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Well ... just wanted to state that there are alternatives out there with tubes and the ODAC by itself is not the endgame (not saying it's bad at all - just that there's always room for noticeable improvement).  I'm not familiar with iUSB, but iFi is extremely expensive for what it does, IMHO.

 

As for the rest, I can't shill as a MOT - just try to state impartial facts.

I understand what you mean. Will research more Dac's and amp's and also have to sell my denon d5000 before, thanks for the help tomb

post #17 of 22

You can't rattle off any specific recommendations because you're a MOT? I dont understand. Whats a MOT and in what way have you given up your right to be helpful?

post #18 of 22
An "MOT" is a "Member of Trade" - this means that he is an identified vendor on head-fi. In this case, tomb is from http://www.beezar.com - a vendor of DIY & assembled amps, DACs, parts & plans. An MOT is prevented from talking about their own site or their own products outside of the head-fi sponsor forums. This is a good thing - it would be a nightmare if every vendor was allowed to post about their own products all over the forums. In this case, it would certainly be inappropriate for tomb to talk about the DACs and amps available on beezar.com inside this thread. I'm not a MOT, so I can... tongue.gif
post #19 of 22
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An "MOT" is a "Member of Trade" - this means that he is an identified vendor on head-fi. In this case, tomb is from http://www.beezar.com - a vendor of DIY & assembled amps, DACs, parts & plans. An MOT is prevented from talking about their own site or their own products outside of the head-fi sponsor forums. This is a good thing - it would be a nightmare if every vendor was allowed to post about their own products all over the forums. In this case, it would certainly be inappropriate for tomb to talk about the DACs and amps available on beezar.com inside this thread. I'm not a MOT, so I can... tongue.gif

That was stated very well, billybob_jcv.  Thank you. :) 

 

(I can't believe I got hit for backing off - it's usually the other way around.)

post #20 of 22

I c I c. Sorry about that. Vagueness irritates me sometimes lol. So you're saying check Beezar.com for great deals and diy plans for audio equipment. And perhaps you guys even have something that will beat out some of the aforementioned equipment stuffs in this here thread.

 

got it.

 

Still though... I cant help but wonder what it would be like to hear my music through a schiit tube.


Edited by rock&rollfrenchfries - 2/10/14 at 7:30pm
post #21 of 22
Without the vendors like Schiit, Beezar, Ray Samuels, Fiio, Little Dot, Hifiman, JDS Labs, Woo Audio, Headamp, etc, etc, head-fi (both this site and the entire hobby) wouldn't exist. We would all be listening to Apple ibuds, Beats and $2 Philips on-ears. That would be a very sad world indeed... tongue.gif
post #22 of 22

yea but who's got the BEST. lol sorry for destroying this thread.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFzTm6fy_zs

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