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The dac in dev, is about $3k¬†dac, when dave is $18k, it is not mean x6¬†better. As far i can tell, close¬†to vinyl and not feel digital. Is it worth, i dont know. But it is one of dac i want to own. ūüėĀ

 

Still, i‚Äôm not your ear. Go and demo, you may have different think . ūüĎć

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ok, am i allowed to throw in another DAC and ask a question , i hope so  ???

 

How does the AMR DAC stack up against to DACs mentioned throughout this thread ?

 

 

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I have a JLTi Full Modded OPPO 105 to latest version, would be interesting to hear others thoughts compared to what has been discussed in here¬† ūüôā

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22 hours ago, Louis Vu said:


Not much i can say about sound, different ear different feel. All i can say All dev is digital! Feel digital look digital and Sound digital! If you are playing analog, hearing analog and live in analog, dev is not a smart move.

Agree with what you said with one exception.   

 

I come from predominantly Analog and tubes, and had trouble finding a system (amp and dac) which I am happy to listen to when I’m not listening to vinyls, and I have listened to a few systems.  

 

The Dev is one system I can listen to without any fatigue or problem.   

 

But as you say, different ears, different taste ūüėČ

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Did that quote come from a Dev marketing brochure?
 
If one measures sq by the number of patents a amp holds then yes I'm guessing the Dev wins. Maybe if I had of known how many patents the amp has against its name when I listened to one then I would have actually been impressed by it.
 
cheers Terry


1. No, it’s quoted from a review, not a Devialet marketing word.

2. One said another amp has XX awards, so I just quoted this that Devialet has more if one like awards.

3. Anyway Devialet is one of amp that has so many award and it sounds second to none at its price point. Yes. Second to none.

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