Tom said: The 432Hz tuning feature wouldn’t be worth much on its own if the 432EVO High-end Music Server didn’t sound good.
The gist: Appears you can “tune” this music server.
Scott said: The Audia Flight FL CD Three S is a fascinating product and one deserving of consideration as a standalone quality music source, as well as integration into an existing system as an upgrade or adjunct for its digital versatility.
The gist: Can be purchased with optional digital module to make it a DAC too.
Price: AU$34,995 per pair
Edgar said: To the truest encapsulation of the word ‘Reference’, when it comes to the Alpha DAC Reference Series 3, I can but add one succinct word to celebrate its purest meaning: Triumph.
The gist: A resolution monster and the best DAC Edgar has heard.
Gordon said: The more I listened, the more the BDA-3.14 grew on me. It was still growing on me when I disconnected it from my system to pack it up and return it to Bryston.
The gist: The sound is great, the software merely OK.
Gordon said: If I had to sum up the Alchemy DDP-2’s sound in one word, that word would be natural.
The gist: A few bugs, but overall great sounding.
Aron said: His DV2 D/A converter is the best-sounding DAC I’ve ever heard, and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time with it.
The gist: Easily one of the best DACs in the world.
Gordon said: If you’re a Roon power user, and looking for a Roon Core server that can stream to multiple zones with a lot of heavy DSP, exaSound’s Delta deserves a serious look.
The gist: If you need tons of processing power in your server this is the one.
Edgar said: The Ethos’ ability to convey musical detail, dynamic communication and low-end power is unmatched.
The gist: The best digital playback Edgar has heard in his system.