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129 products found
  1. Rega DAC-R

    Rega DAC-R

    Reviewed on 4th February 2016
    Price when reviewed £600

    A good DAC from Rega, but can it give its rivals a run for their money?

  2. Naim DAC-V1

    Naim DAC-V1

    Reviewed on 22nd January 2016
    Price when reviewed £1350

    The same bold and punchy sound from Naim’s best DAC, which just got even better

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  3. Moon Neo 230HAD

    Moon Neo 230HAD

    Reviewed on 19th January 2016
    Price when reviewed £1150

    An easygoing DAC with plenty of sonic appeal...

  4. Chord Mojo

    Chord Mojo

    Reviewed on 14th October 2015
    Price when reviewed £399

    Product of the Year, Awards 2015. A DAC that delivers much of the sound of its £1400 sibling, Hugo, at a fraction of the price...

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  5. Chord Hugo TT

    Chord Hugo TT

    Reviewed on 10th August 2015
    Price when reviewed £2995

    A highly recommended DAC that sets new standards at this price...

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  7. Pathos Converto

    Pathos Converto

    Reviewed on 22nd July 2015
    Price when reviewed £675

    The design of this Pathos DAC may be missing a few frills but the sound doesn't want for detail or weight

  8. Chord 2Qute

    Chord 2Qute

    Reviewed on 7th July 2015
    Price when reviewed £995

    Best DAC £800-£1200, Awards 2015. Chord has struck again with this fantastic and colourful DAC...

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  9. Antelope Zodiac Platinum

    Antelope Zodiac Platinum

    Reviewed on 26th May 2015
    Price when reviewed £8595

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

  10. Audiolab M-DAC

    Audiolab M-DAC

    Reviewed on 5th May 2015
    Price when reviewed £600

    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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  11. Sony PHA-3AC

    Sony PHA-3AC

    Reviewed on 5th May 2015
    Price when reviewed £720

    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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