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  1. Item: Good value DAC Price Range: $100-$200 Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Looking for a Dac to run Spotify and PC / USB Flac files to Rotel amp. Something like the Topping e30? Thanks!
  2. Hi all I have an Onkyo receiver with a "powerful 384 kHz/32-bit digital-to-analog conversion engine from Asahi Kasei Microdevices transforms Hi-Res PCM digital signals up to 192 kHz/24-bit". Can anyone explain what these stats mean? What kind of lossless files can I buy that will play through this DAC? Is it worth getting an external DAC, and if so, what stats should I look for? Appreciate any advice!
  3. Item: phono amp (budget) Price Range: couple a hundred Item Condition: Used Extra Info: I’ve just been gifted an LP60 turntable. My Onkyo Receiver does not have a phono stage, so I’m looking for something better than the inbuilt stage, that I can also keep if (when) I get the bug and want to upgrade the turntable. Cheers!
  4. I like the idea of a high quality main system, with some multi-room functionality. I plan to do it bit by bit, so thinking should I replace my 20 year old Onkyo receiver with a Sonos Amp and plug in my Aaron/Wharfedale Diamond 7 speakers? Or, get new speakers, keep the Onkyo (for now) and attach Sonos connect for streaming to new Sonos speakers (currently have a Sonos 1). Probably spend $1k at a time. I have Tidal high quality for streaming, CDs, records (need to update the turntable). Probably 80% streaming as it's easiest. Thanks!
  5. Hi all. Time to upgrade the 20 year old system. So, to go down the Sonos path, or not?
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