Hello Lee i write you because you own the same setup as me : Roksan Kandy K2 amp+ B&W 685 speakers . I’ve read some users think the MDAC sounds a bit clinical and analytical with this set up, can you let me know your opinion about this? Do you think the Rega DAC is a better match for this setup?.
Thank you very much, your help is very welcome. Kind Regards from Spain
Any help is welcome
I find the Rega DAC amazing but that's in my system, I don't think there is a lot in it to be honest I would say the Rega would offer you a less clinical presentation than the Audiolab but the latter is still an excellent DAC and you won't go wrong with either!
Michell Gyrodec, SME IV, Benz Micro Ace H, Icon Audio ST40 w/KT88s, PS1 Phono, Kudos X2, Rega Apollo R, DAC
Thanks for your Help stevebrock, I see your system must have a great synergy with the Rega DAC -Rega Brio R.
spfrank wrote:Thanks for your Help stevebrock, I see your system must have a great synergy with the Rega DAC -Rega Brio R. Kind Regards
yes I'm really happy with my system, it is on most of the day & night, I can't see my self changing anything, I'm just enjoying my music.....CDs & vinyl.
Some vinyl sounds fantastic, some sounds very mediocre but the same can be said for CDs through my DAC.
Enjoy your system, too much people would like reach a setup performance satisfaction degree like yours. Talking about too bad quality recordings, we all know technology doesn't make miracles ....:rofl:
Best Regards from Spain
I have the Rega Dac paired with my Kandy and 685s, this sounds nicer to my ears then the MDAC that said I do have the MDAC with my caspian and it sounds great. The Rega sounds warmer and more natural it sounds good. If i put the MDAC in it sounds more clinical than the rega for sure but it still sounds good.