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long for a USB DAC AMP in uk

post #1 of 6
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hi could any here in the uk recommend a good usb dac amp, under £100.

all I seem to see are the topping brand and there dosent seem to be that much info on them..

any help would be most welcome. also it will have to run my senn hd600.

 

Thank you all.

post #2 of 6

HD600? Are you thinking of a static setup or something more portable (as in around the house)?

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post #3 of 6
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Hi, this will be for my laptop set up,
I'm using fiio x5 plus e12 for my portable setup😁
post #4 of 6

Ooh, get you! I have the E12/X3 so not a million miles away ;)

 

I'm thinking of the Fiio E07K or E17 but these may not power the HD600 adequately. You might consider spending a few more quid and trying the E18 which is sort of an E12 but with a DAC.

 

Perhaps it's the price point - these DAC/AmPs tend not to be desktop types, unless you go for the Magni/Modi combo which doubles your spend.

 

Also, I suppose you've tried the X5 as a DAC?


Edited by SteveHiFi - 5/22/14 at 3:20am
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post #5 of 6
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Yep i use the combo which is great but I'm looking for A permanent setup I like the fact that if I go for USB DAC option then I can leave it set and keep my speaker's plugged in.
But all I seem to see for my price is the topping tp30 and I can't see any decent reviews on it.. But if push comes to shove I can use the x5 with e12 as amp..☺and start saving for what I want get.
Edited by Mike46 - 5/22/14 at 4:42am
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a quick up date.. I decided to get the Musical Fidelity V90-HPA, I will give some time to work its magic and I will let you all know how It sounds. 

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