1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Pro-ject USB Box

    Pro-ject USB Box

    There are plenty of good points about this Pro-ject USB toting DAC, but it's still on the pedestrian side for us

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  5. CYP AU-D150

    CYP AU-D150

    This CYP DAC might look remarkably functional, but it's got serious sonic potential

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    Available from £94.7
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  7. Arcam rDAC Wireless

    Arcam rDAC Wireless

    No longer the default choice at the money, but a worthwhile contender nonetheless

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  8. Pro-Ject DAC Box USB

    Pro-Ject DAC Box USB

    The Pro-ject DAC Box USB is a truly tiny box, just 10cm across, but there is still room for three inputs

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  9. Arcam rDAC

    Arcam rDAC

    Sturdily built, generously specified and, crucially, sounds every penny of the asking price

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  10. Naim DAC

    Naim DAC

    Best premium DAC, Awards 2010. If your system and music collection merits a high-end DAC, you won't be disappointed

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  11. Stello DA100 Signature

    Stello DA100 Signature

    If you're looking a first upgrade DAC, then this Stello is a fine buy

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