Schiit Yggdrasil or Bryston BDA-2 opinions to help me choose!


What do you think! In your opinion whitch one sounds better? Other gear goes as follows 
Bryston bdp pi
Emotiva dc1 (replacing)
Pass preamp
Pass x250.8
Bryston model T speakers

leaning to the BDA-2 because I have herd it but like what people are saying about the Yggdrasil has any of you herd both?

jpkinsella
Listen to the Mytek's too!
I got the Bryston Bda2, Schiit Yggdrasil and McIntosh D100 in house... Wow Bryston 
Schiit Yggdrasil or Bryston BDA-2 opinions to help me choose!

What do you think! In your opinion whitch one sounds better? 
jpkinsella
Depends on the media you play, if you do dsd then go with the Bryston dac as it's Delta Sigma (bit-stream/single-bit)  based conversion.

But if you do PCM/Redbook/CD if it's 16/44 or 24/96 then it's best played on the Schiit being a Multibit dac which converts PCM/Redbook/CD bit perfect, unlike Delta Sigma of the Bryston which only can give a facsimile of it.

Quote Mojo Music: Myth v Truth:
"When a PCM file is played on a DSD or Bit Stream converter, the DAC chip has to convert the PCM to DSD in real time. This is one of the major reasons people claim DSD sounds better than PCM, when in fact, it is just that the chip in most modern single-bit DACs do a poor job of decoding PCM."

Cheers George   
Well so far the Bryston is the best
Interesting, since Torq over at head-fi likes the Yggy better than the BDA-3.
Hmm what preamp and amp was he using cables could make a slight difference also? Also source could very I am primarily using the Bryston Pi maybe the match set matters???
digital dac differences are very small in quality products
Bryston makes great products
Thanks for the comments JP