+1 on the Brooklyn. :)
Every MQA DAC rolls off the highs for PCM music, so something from Mytek for instance would have less upper treble than a Benchmark DAC3B or Chord Qutest (these have neutral sound).
Figures 7 and 8 of this review say you have no idea what you are talking about:
I own a Brooklyn. There’s nothing wrong with the treble response of the DAC, but I will say I prefer the fast filter, rather than the apodizing filter which has to be used to get MQA decoding.
To claim having MQA in a DAC lessens the treble response is nonsense. The original Brooklyn has MQA and measures superbly.