The bitfrost is supposed to be quite nice. Personally, I use a Musiland MD-10 every single day all day and never tire of it.
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I just bought an Oppo that I'm using as a DAC and no longer need my Cambridge Audio DacMagic. It's a USB type DAC that will convert up to 24 bit/192khz. Just took it out of use yesterday and would sell it for $100 if you pay USPS or UPS shipping. I don't have the box or manual. But, if you google "Cambridge Audio Dacmagic" you can see it, read reviews and probably download the manual, too. It's small but not lightweight and sounds very nice at all volumes. I think it retailed new for $375 and I bought it used for $150 about 6 months ago.
Just another option for you, give me a pm if you want it or to discuss,
Benchmark DAC2 is amazing and so versatile. It maybe a little expensive for a desktop (like I use) but I do not see myself changing this DAC for the next 20 years. I have a tuner hooked up, cable TV, and a USB computer for my FLAC's. The speakers are KEF LS50's powered by Parasound A23 amp.
I had Audioengine A2 speakers for a long time thinking that for a desktop office system it would suffice. But it was not really satisfying. So I changed to the new configuration and it is stunning. I love to sit and work at my office now.
This is one heck of a deal
I had one and returned it.They must be getting low on stock
because it was $499.00
The Demo they are selling is probably the one i had.
I really liked it except it did not have the deep Bass that
was looking for .i was using it on my Home Audio (big
system)It is very clear sounding. I was using the usb out of
my pc to the V-Link2 and them sending spdif to the m1.
The internet radio is very cool .Many Many stations.
I would have kept it if i were using in the office,
definately made for that ,really