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05-05-2013, 05:34 PM #51
It has been no secret that M2Tech, Wavelength and dCS have been residing a step in front of competition when it comes to USB input on a DAC these days, but anyway... like the Italian saying goes, it takes a little bit of suffering to look beautiful (a quote from the M2Tech official website). If the idea of doing a little bit of suffering is just to be a minority speaker of the house, I'll gladly take that as a sacrifice...
Also, contrary to what I believe is your view, I think the difference between $600 dacs and $1,000 dacs is minimal and not necessarily worth the extra money. This is nothing to debate, so I am not trying to convince you as that would be pointless, just pointing out that there are different views worth considering.If you had the memory of a goldfish, maybe it would work.
05-06-2013, 06:05 AM #52
Last edited by christopher3393; 05-06-2013 at 06:06 AM. Reason: addition to clarifyThere is the case where the man, having crossed over, would think, 'How useful this raft has been to me! For it was in dependence on this raft that, making an effort with my hands & feet, I have crossed over to safety on the further shore. Why don't I, having dragged it on dry land or sinking it in the water, go wherever I like?' In doing this, he would be doing what should be done with the raft. In the same way, monks, I have taught the Dhamma compared to a raft, for the purpose of crossing over, not for the purpose of holding onto. --- Buddha