1. Antelope Zodiac Platinum

    Antelope Zodiac Platinum

    It's expensive, but if you want a versatile high-end DAC/preamp, this is a worthwhile bet

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  2. Audiolab M-DAC

    Audiolab M-DAC

    Best DAC £500-£700, Awards 2014. Effortlessly talented and enjoyable, the M-DAC is still the best product of its kind

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  3. Sony PHA-3AC

    Sony PHA-3AC

    The Sony PHA-3AC is a good product, and is worth an audition, but isn’t the class leader we hoped for

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  4. Pioneer U-05

    Pioneer U-05

    There's a lot to like about this retro-looking DAC and headphone amp combo...

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  5. Creative Sound Blaster X7

    Creative Sound Blaster X7

    The Sound Blaster promises much but fails to shine. It’s a decent performer but is easily bettered by the likes of NAD’s D3020

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  7. Oppo HA-1

    Oppo HA-1

    Worth auditioning at this price, but it needs to deliver more energy and excitement for the full five stars

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  8. Chord Hugo

    Chord Hugo

    Best DAC £1000+, Awards 2014. The Hugo delivers hard-to-beat sound quality in an unbelievably small and versatile package

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  9. Benchmark DAC2 HGC

    Benchmark DAC2 HGC

    The Benchmark DAC2 HGC is a hugely capable product but it’s up against some formidable competition

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  10. Chord Chordette Qute EX

    Chord Chordette Qute EX

    Best DAC £700-£1500, Awards 2014. Chord has achieved some rave reviews for its latest DACs, and the QuteEX is another to add to the list

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  11. LH Labs Geek Out

    LH Labs Geek Out

    A good ad for crowd-funded hi-fi; solid but not quite as talented as some rivals

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