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DAC for both speakers and headphones

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Hi guys, can someone recommend some good DACs under $500? I plan to get one for both external speakers and headphones. Ive been read a lot of reviews and and looks like the popular choices are O2 ODAC, Arcam irDAC and Meridian Explorer DAC. Can someone recommend some good DACs? I would use it for both listening to music and playing some games.

 

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Audioengine D1 and you will have some money left over to buy an amp if you like.


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Hi guys, can someone recommend some good DACs under $500? I plan to get one for both external speakers and headphones. Ive been read a lot of reviews and and looks like the popular choices are O2 ODAC, Arcam irDAC and Meridian Explorer DAC. Can someone recommend some good DACs? I would use it for both listening to music and playing some games.

 

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I use the Schiit modi DAC with my powered monitors and headphone with smsl amplifier...it is only 100$ and is very good for the price,and the looks they are just stunning next to a mac,look at Schiit higher end products if you want more expensive DAC

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Audioengine D1 and you will have some money left over to buy an amp if you like.

It already as an amp built in so why waste money in buying a Audioengine D1 if built in headphone amp is never used,better to buy a standalone DAC

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