1. Leema Elements DAC

    Leema Elements DAC

    The Elements doesn't quite live up to the sum of its parts

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  2. Chord Electronics QuteHD

    Chord Electronics QuteHD

    Best DAC £700-£1000, Awards 2013. Chord has struck gold: a terrific performer for the money

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  3. Audioquest DragonFly

    Audioquest DragonFly

    Awards 2012 Product of the Year - DACs. We still love this little device, but newer rivals have pushed it off top spot

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  4. Heed Audio Dactilus 3

    Heed Audio Dactilus 3

    Lots to recommend it, but sound plays it safe

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  5. Asus Xonar Essence One

    Asus Xonar Essence One

    Tries to bridge computer and hi-fi. Incomplete, but not without merit

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  7. Rega DAC

    Rega DAC

    Got the budget? Got the system? Hear the Rega

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  8. dCS Debussy

    dCS Debussy

    It's not often we see a DAC with this kind of price tag, but this dCS justifies it

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  9. Musical Fidelity M1 DAC

    Musical Fidelity M1 DAC

    Best DAC £300-£500, Awards 2012. A great product for a time, but more capable rivals have now overtaken it

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  10. 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 £149
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  11. Cambridge Audio DacMagic 100

    Cambridge Audio DacMagic 100

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

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