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Hi I'm looking for a good transport for iPhone/iPad that doesn't have a internal DAC, any recommendation on Wadia 171i and Cambridge iD100? Are they both work great? I know Wadia is discontinued, is it still working with todays iOS 7? (I don't need to charge the battery and control the volume via the transport, just deliver data bypass i devices internal DAC is fine) Seeking for advices on Coaxial cable (from transport to DAC), and digital to audio cable as well, any recommendation? Thank you very much!
Dear fellow music lovers, I think it's about time to start a Cambridge DAC Magic Plus, also called DM+, thread. I have one of them, and I can see when I search there are many others who also have it. Why not combine our knowledge of this little gem in one simple thread... ------------- Let me start off with a little test I conducted just now, I have listened to a 1.5 meter QED Profile Precision USB cable up against my "no-name" 1.5m gold-plated cheap cable - both on my Cambridge DAC using my Denon AH-A100 headphones. I must say, there were no difference at all! Can't recommend
These used to sell for $29.95 when they were being closed out many years ago. Unless you luck into a set at a yard sale, they cost a little more now. Turgo, my friend from Spain, has one of those families that spans half the globe. One of his nephews is a soldering iron aficionado going to UCONN. They showed up today with a small suitcase. Inside, was a set of these speakers, badly scarred and yellowed with age. He opened the case and there was each component in cut-out foam. Built to travel. I laughed when I saw them. ...then I looked closer. "Sam," (short for a Portuguese/Yi