1. Hegel HD2 DAC

    Hegel HD2 DAC

    Clearly aimed a the computer user, but needs to sound better

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  2. Matrix Mini i

    Matrix Mini i

    Doubles as a headphone amplifier, detailed and dynamic sound, but can sound clinical

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  3. TEAC UD-H01

    TEAC UD-H01

    Smart, compact box with good connectivity and exciting sound, though vocals lack warmth

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  4. Firestone Audio iLove TW

    Firestone Audio iLove TW

    Compact and hi-res over USB but it needs to do more in performance terms

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  5. Audiolab M-DAC

    Audiolab M-DAC

    Best DAC £500-£700, Awards 2013. The Audiolab M-DAC raises the performance bar with apparent ease

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  7. Electrocompaniet PD-1

    Electrocompaniet PD-1

    The Electrocompaniet PD-1 is a frustrating DAC that lacks the synergy to shine

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  8. Bryston BDA-1 DAC

    Bryston BDA-1 DAC

    Paired with the BDP-1 music player and client, this Bryston DAC is a formidable piece of kit with great build quality

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  9. Firestone Audio Fubar II MkII

    Firestone Audio Fubar II MkII

    Smart and well-made, Firestone Audio's weirdly named Fubar II MkII is a USB only DAC with a great, weighty sound

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  10. Neet DAC

    Neet DAC

    Even at a highly competitive price, the Neet DAC is just too flawed for us to recommend

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  11. Lindy DAC

    Lindy DAC

    Despite its close resemblance to the earlier CYP AU-D3 DAC, Lindy's simple DAC is a hard-hitting performer

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