Dacs

DACs

The DAC or Digital-to-Analog converter has made a recent comeback thanks to the rise of the music streamer and computer audio. When choosing a DAC one must consider not only the choice of D/A converter chip but the DAC’s ability to reject jitter, power supply quality, etc. The DAC’s we stock have had our performance appraisal before being selected to ensure they will give optimum results regardless of digital source.

TEAC NT-505
£1,250.00
The NT-505 is a flagship dual monaural USB DAC with versatile network playback capabilities. It successfully incorporates the latest network technologies, along with TEAC’s decades of accumulated audio design experience, in an attractive package with an A4-sized footprint.
AudioQuest DragonFly Black
£74.17
New for 2016 the AudioQuest DragonFly Black USB digital to analogue converter / preamp / headphone amp. The original DragonFly defined the market for micro-DACs, however its USB power draw made it compatible with computers only. Music lovers have craved a more portable version, one that could be reliably used with Apple and Android smartphones and tablets.
AudioQuest DragonFly Red
£140.83
New for 2016 the AudioQuest DragonFly Red USB digital to analogue converter / preamp / headphone amp. The original DragonFly defined the market for micro-DACs, however its USB power draw made it compatible with computers only. Users wanted a more portable version, one that could be used with Apple and Android smartphones and tablets.
PS Audio Stellar Gain Cell
£1,291.67
The Stellar Gain Cell DAC combines the benefits of both—a full-featured DAC with an exceptional analogue preamplifier controlling its output level. Fully balanced circuitry from input to output, the Stellar Gain Cell DAC builds upon years of research and innovation in the art of digital audio and Class A analogue amplification.