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Realism in a box digital analog

Weiss Engineering DAC202Published on 08/14/12 at 06:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
How to say it is a sacred slap back when you discover this little Weiss in action. Connected to the output of a 851-c beast Cambridge, he has demonstrated qualities of conversions simply breathtaking. It's worth a turntable running ... completely unreal. Except that, as a bonus, you plug your computer, or Iphone, and it is entitled to his personal collection, via its interface favorite, but with a quality conversion that leaves speechless.

Yes, it feels that I am not the press. But no matter. I took a slap. And you will take it too. The price is expensive. But when you consider that the Swiss workers receive 5,000 euros per month and a small team had to work on it, the 6,400 Swiss......
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How to say it is a sacred slap back when you discover this little Weiss in action. Connected to the output of a 851-c beast Cambridge, he has demonstrated qualities of conversions simply breathtaking. It's worth a turntable running ... completely unreal. Except that, as a bonus, you plug your computer, or Iphone, and it is entitled to his personal collection, via its interface favorite, but with a quality conversion that leaves speechless.

Yes, it feels that I am not the press. But no matter. I took a slap. And you will take it too. The price is expensive. But when you consider that the Swiss workers receive 5,000 euros per month and a small team had to work on it, the 6,400 Swiss francs (5300 eur) are not stolen. It is unreasonable, but it's an investment we made only once, which makes buying a platinum cd upscale totally useless. Food for thought.

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  • Manufacturer: Weiss Engineering
  • Model: DAC202
  • Category: Other Hi-Fi Products
  • Added in our database on: 08/14/2012

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