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Looking for DAC and AMP for my new audio setup.

Bullet4Justice
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Hello, hope you are well. I've been thinking about upgrading my Audio setup and I think I'm pulling the trigger soon, I'm looking to buy both the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro and the DROP + AUDIO TECHNICA CARBON VTA TURNTABLE

but I'm really not sure about what DAC and AMP I should get to power both of them, and I'm not sure if that's even possible to have a fitting DAC and AMP for both at the same time. budget is open as long as it makes sense aka not too overkill for both of them. ps. I currently own a GoXLR and I'm wondering if it can suffice as an AMP or DAC alternative.

thanks for your help in advance.

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so Im just going to say what my personal set up would be if I had the 1990 pro. a nice good budget DAC right now would be the topping e30 good measurements pleasant soudning DAC.. of course you coculd go more expensive but hits a price to performance sweet spot for me personally. and for an amp for beyerdynamics I like to have warmers source gear for them something like a schiit asgard 3 is quite nice for them.  the goXLR could work but honestly im not sure  if you plug it in adn its good enough for you then its good enough for you. 

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I'm not going to comment on the audio side, rather the turntable side, at that price you can buy an extremely nice vintage example and add an ortofon 2m red cart but if you just want modern amenities it certainly doesn't look like a bad turntable.

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