1. Arcam miniBlink

    Arcam miniBlink

    Best Bluetooth receiver, Awards 2015. This dinky device makes a huge impression – Bluetooth sounds brilliant through the miniBlink

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  2. Korg DS-DAC-100

    Korg DS-DAC-100

    A decent DAC that handles DSD files, but cheaper rivals better it with normal hi-res material

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  3. Bricasti Design M1

    Bricasti Design M1

    Not so very far from the last word in external digital-to-analogue converters

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  4. Sony UDA-1

    Sony UDA-1

    Provided you use the UDA-1 in a set-up optimised for desktop use it’s a fine product. We’re really impressed by the build and finish too

    91%
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  5. Fiio E17

    Fiio E17

    The E17’s a flexible and versatile device but it doesn’t have enough sonic ability to worry the class-leaders

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  7. 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!

    100%
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  8. Cyrus DAC XP Signature

    Cyrus DAC XP Signature

    The DAC XP remains a fine product. The Signature upgrade makes it an even more pleasing performer

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. NAD D 1050

    NAD D 1050

    A brilliant box of tricks that holds plenty of appeal for those in the hunt for a desirable desktop DAC

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