1. Meridian Director

    Meridian Director

    The diminutive Director packs a sonic punch but doesn’t have the rhythmic swagger of the best

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  2. Arcam irDAC

    Arcam irDAC

    Best DAC £300-£500, Awards 2014. A brilliantly talented DAC with bags of sonic appeal – its main rivals should be worried

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  3. T+A DAC 8

    T+A DAC 8

    The DAC 8 is beautifully engineered and usefully equipped, but most of all – it sounds great

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  4. Audiolab Q-DAC

    Audiolab Q-DAC

    Sounds inoffensive – to such an extent that it becomes uninteresting

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  5. Pro-ject DAC Box DS

    Pro-ject DAC Box DS

    It’s not going to set the world alight, but the DAC Box DS is a solid performer

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  7. Chord Electronics QBD76 HDSD

    Chord Electronics QBD76 HDSD

    Chord’s QBD76 HDSD is a top-class converter that delivers a brilliant sound from a well-built package. It has plenty of visual appeal, too

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  8. 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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  9. Musical Fidelity M1 SDAC

    Musical Fidelity M1 SDAC

    A forward-looking product with a refined sound – but it could do with a little more sonic sparkle

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  10. Lindy LDAC-Pro

    Lindy LDAC-Pro

    All the bells and whistles can’t mask the disappointing sonic performance from this specced-out Lindy DAC

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  11. Micromega MyDAC

    Micromega MyDAC

    If you like your music to have an attacking edge, then this DAC’s for you

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