Digital-to-analogue converters, etc
REVIEWS: The Pegasus DAC shares origins with a more familiar name, and it certainly doesn’t hold back on performance.
REVIEW: Still into CDs and player on its last legs? Pro-Ject’s CD Box could tempt you, along with its companion DAC Box.
REVIEW: If you’re looking for great sound in a convenient box, the NAD M33 should make the list… and it’s as
future-proof as can be.
REVIEW: If you’re looking for a hassle-free, all-in-one streaming solution for your hi-fi system, Matrix Audio has the answer.
REVIEW: Small birds can fly high, as EarMen’s Eagle USB DAC/preamp/headamp proves…
REVIEW: Name and looks aside, there’s nothing retro about the revived Leak brand, as this amp and transport prove.
NEWS: If you’re looking for a tiny DAC for your pocket, each of these three makes a good case for itself.
REVIEW: Looking to add streaming capabilities to your staid wired set-up, without hurting your wallet? These Arylic units are calling…
REVIEW: A play of the name aside, this ridiculously-priced DAC is cracking value for one’s money…
REVIEW: Digital devices can be a headache to set up, but getting Denon’s PMA-150H going is a breeze… and it sounds fab, too!
REVIEW: The wonderful thing about headfi is that equipment is sprouting from all corners of the world… like this EarMen TR-Amp.
REVIEW: A cosy cafe, a cuppa flat white, mid-afternoon lethargy and some tubes… our millennial reviewer unsurprisingly makes the connection.
REVIEW: The amplifiers of today are becoming increasingly versatile, and the Hegel H390 shows us what the laggards are lacking…
REVIEW: Why stay rooted to the spot? The Stoner Acoustics UD130 makes a case for being mobile and flexible when listening to music.
REVIEW: Small, cheap and cheerful… for the price, the Topping D30 is almost unbeatable.
REVIEW: When nothing but the best will do and money is plentiful, the REX DAC from Balanced Audio Technology should be on your shopping list.
REVIEW: The Cyrus ONE HD, for the price, could well be the integrated amp for all seasons… digital, analogue and wireless.
REVIEW: A lovely DAC from a rather oddly-named company that’s not taking the well-trodden path; Denafrips Ares may be ‘entry-level’ in price but certainly not in sound.
REVIEW: If you’re looking for a bargain in wireless music connectivity, FiiO offers the marvellous μBTR Bluetooth receiver… just pocket it and go.
REVIEW: Built like a brick, sporting cutting-edge conversion technology and taking up very little space on your desk, Chord’s Qutest DAC yet has quite a bit going for it.
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