1. 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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  2. Audioquest DragonFly v1.2

    Audioquest DragonFly v1.2

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. The original DragonFly blew us away, but the v1.2 takes performance to a whole new level and at a great price too!

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  3. Audioengine D3

    Audioengine D3

    The D3 sounds OK, but key rivals perform to a much higher standard and for significantly less money

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  4. Musical Fidelity V90 DAC

    Musical Fidelity V90 DAC

    A well-priced, well-featured DAC that’s a pleasant listen, but far from the last word in outright entertainment

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  5. Arcam rBlink

    Arcam rBlink

    An easy way to add high quality Bluetooth to your hi-fi, but it could be more affordable

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    Available from £159
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  7. HRT microStreamer

    HRT microStreamer

    Best DAC up to £300, Awards 2013. This bijou headphone DAC makes the most of music on your laptop or PC

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    Available from £179
  8. Musical Fidelity V-DAC II

    Musical Fidelity V-DAC II

    Smooth sound from a versatile DAC

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  9. Arcam rPAC

    Arcam rPAC

    More desirable alternatives exist but the rPac is still a small, inexpensive upgrade for computer-based music collections

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    Available from £89.9
  10. Cambridge Audio DacMagic 100

    Cambridge Audio DacMagic 100

    An affordable, very listenable DAC, but lacks dynamic reach and scale

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  11. Audioengine D1

    Audioengine D1

    A great headphone amp and DAC in one neat box, but needs a touch more precision

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