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CEntrance DACPort HD
Small but powerful DAC/amp combo with AKM4490 inside
Centrance DACport HD
Portable USB DAC and Headphone Amplifier for Mac and PC
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CEntrance -> DACport HD
CEntrance DACport HD Portable 384kHz USB DSD Hi-Res DAC/Class-A Headphone Amp
I would be interested in a downgrade (and lower priced as a side effect) of the DACPortable similar to the difference...
CEntrance DACport Slim - Massdrop Exclusive
Proudly wearing HD598s with the CEntrance, and I've got to say that it sounds amazing (Of course, personal opinion). In terms of specs, the CEntrance Slim blows the Fiio E10K out of the water. (Sample rates are higher: up to 192 kHz - 24 bit on the CEntrance while a max of 96 kHZ - 24 bit on the E10K. The DAC chip on the CEntrance Slim is also of much higher tier.) Buy the CEntrance, you and any of your family won't regret it. (EDIT: If you...
I object on principle to the idea that a higher sample rate is necessarily better; the vast majority of content isn't...
Best Phone DAC/Amp (no battery)
AudioQuest Dragonfly Red
Venture Electronics Monk Plus Exclusive Blue
To the people who complain about the sound. You gotta open these up by using some pink noise and sweep tracks (http://www.audiocheck.net/testtones_pinknoise.php). At first they will sound thin and flat. But trust me, after you give them some proper burn in they push way above their price point. I mean way above. I only ran through my burn in tracks twice and it helped quite a bit. Use medium listening volume. I've also found using a dac/amp...
It's the same thing. All burn in does is, warmup the drivers. Reason why you use pink noise is, it has all the...