1. NAD M51 DAC/preamp on sale mid-March for £1500

    NAD M51 DAC/preamp on sale mid-March for £1500

    Flagship model claims a number of 'firsts' for a DAC, including HDMI support, USB Class 2 audio up to 192kHz and 35-bit architecture

    Sun, 04 Mar 2012, 06:02pm
  2. Light Harmonic Da Vinci DAC costs £18,000

    Light Harmonic Da Vinci DAC costs £18,000

    Bespoke design uses special digital architecture with Light Harmonic's own buffering and clock technologies

    Mon, 27 Feb 2012, 10:28am
  3. CES 2012: Audio Research Reference DAC bridges the digital gap

    CES 2012: Audio Research Reference DAC bridges the digital gap

    This is no ordinary DAC: it combines wireless connectivity, music streaming and internet radio in a single box

    Thu, 12 Jan 2012, 11:49pm
  4. CES 2012: Furutech showcases Esprit DAC and Stride headphone amp

    CES 2012: Furutech showcases Esprit DAC and Stride headphone amp

    Award-winning Furutech GT40 gets a bigger brother

    Thu, 12 Jan 2012, 07:46pm
  5. WORLD EXCLUSIVE! Cambridge Audio unveils £199.95 DacMagic 100

    WORLD EXCLUSIVE! Cambridge Audio unveils £199.95 DacMagic 100

    We've been given an exclusive preview of Cambridge Audio's new entry-level DAC before it's launched at CES 2012 next week

    Fri, 06 Jan 2012, 04:38pm
  6. More after the break

  7. Audioengine launches D1 Portable and D2 Wireless DACs

    Audioengine launches D1 Portable and D2 Wireless DACs

    Desktop audio specialist, Audioengine, has launched two USB DACs - the portable D1 and the wireless D2 - with a host of interesting features, including high-resolution music support and headphone outputs

    Fri, 30 Dec 2011, 04:37pm
  8. UPDATE: Cambridge Audio expands DAC range with wireless DacMagic Plus

    UPDATE: Cambridge Audio expands DAC range with wireless DacMagic Plus

    New DacMagic Plus is part of an expanding range of DAC products, with more to follow in the New Year

    Thu, 24 Nov 2011, 02:30pm
  9. Conrad-Johnson's HD3 asynchronous DAC arrives in the UK

    Conrad-Johnson's HD3 asynchronous DAC arrives in the UK

    Designed for use with Mac or PC, new model works with content up to 24-bit/96kHz, will sell for £1995

    Tue, 08 Nov 2011, 02:47pm

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