1. Firestone Audio Spitfire

    Firestone Audio Spitfire

    If you don't need a USB output, then we think this Firestone Spitfire is the pick of the DACs

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  2. Headamp Pico Portable USB DAC

    Headamp Pico Portable USB DAC

    If portablility is your first priority give the Headamp Pico a go, but it doesn't sound as good as some bigger, cheaper rivals

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  3. Beresford Caiman

    Beresford Caiman

    Beresford's latest DAC in an ever-growing line is the Caiman, which is adaptable, and does the job admirably

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  4. Pro-Ject DAC Box FL

    Pro-Ject DAC Box FL

    This minimalist box has a rich, layered midrange but it lacks the all-round skills to pick up all five stars

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  5. Bryston BDA-1

    Bryston BDA-1

    Bryston's BDA-1 is an excellent DAC, and will shine – provided your source is good enough

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  7. Chord Electronics QBD76

    Chord Electronics QBD76

    Chord's innovative approach to design and far-sighted source options makes the QBD76 a simply glorious piece of hi-fi

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  8. Chord Electronics Chordette Gem

    Chord Electronics Chordette Gem

    This isn't your conventional DAC, but rather aimed at laptop and music phone users who want to play music through their hi-fi

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  9. Musical Fidelity V-DAC

    Musical Fidelity V-DAC

    Attractive DAC with a decent range of connections, at a reasonable price

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  10. Beresford TC-7510

    Beresford TC-7510

    Value for money converter for all your digital music

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