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Hi there,

 

I am looking for tips and pointers for an inexpensive USB DAC with a variable output level function.

 

I run directly into the "power-in" stage of an integrated amp and would rather not use the volume-slider of foobar to adjust the volume (as i understand it robs me ob dynamics, the lower I go - and doesnt allow me to be bit-transparent).

 

So a DAC with var. output on the analogue side would be the way to go.

 

again, thx!

al

 

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Hi Al,

 

I would suggest you have a look at the Beresford TC-7520.

 

http://www.beresford.me/products/TC-7520.html

 

If you click pre-orders and then the TC-7520 item you get a detailed description of the DAC (even though the title says TC-7510)

 

I have not heard any of the Beresford DACs but I have the original TC-7510 which is the version that Stan Beresford based his improved TC-7510 on.

 

Please note that even though these DACs support 24/96 the USB input only supports max 16/48.

 

Good luck.

 

Best Regards,

 

Per

 

Families and music are forever

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