I've been agonizing for a while over what DAC/amp combo to get for my LCD-XC's, and have found an extremely good deal on Audeze's own Deckard DAC/amp, which seems perfect since it was virtually made for these cans. My only hangup is that the DAC doesn't go above 192kHz/24-bit on Windows. Seems low to me. I'm new to audiophile-grade equipment. The LCD's are new and I've never used a standalone DAC/amp before, but I'm hesitant to bottleneck my throughput here. Yet, at the same time, I know it'll pair brilliantly with the XC's because it was made to do so. Some suggest that higher bitrates aren't even perceivable, others argue against it, and I'm just wondering why Audeze would place such a firm limitation on their hardware in the first place, especially for one operating system and not another. Anyone have recommendations here?