Simple, money no object. Some agree, some do not.
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Couple of quick points...
~You do not have to use the VBS1 to power the 3.5 or CD2. You can also opt for the LNS1 at a lower price. And the CD2 comes with a standard power supply.
~You could also go for the CD3t as a transport, instead of the CD2 to lower the overall price.
~You have 3 different Asynch/USB converter options, 2 of which run of bus power.
The Bel Canto thought process is to give customers upgrade options and flexibility. With the BC setup you are considering, you can start out with the standard units at the basic price, and add cable upgrades, power upgrades, USB converter upgrades as you see fit.
With the Sim, what you have is what you have (not that that is a bad thing).
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