Topic Title: Audioengine D3 Premium 24-Bit DAC
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 12/20/2013 01:04 PM
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The D3 uses the USB output of your computer to bypass its weak headphone jack and improves the experience, boosting the signal and bit-rate, and playing native sample rates of up to 96kHz. In other words, it plays tracks back at their fullest sonic fidelity level. Is this an improvement everyone will notice?

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 12/20/2013 02:16 PM
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Not bad for a USB stick, now if it only would have a 6,3mm output and a 600Ω headphone amp cause $190 is quite pricey



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