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  1. Hi all Im looking for a cheap (sub £100) but good DAC that’s... - Mac compatible - Capable of playing back DSD 128 5,6Mhz .dff and .dsf files - Will also allow me to get the best out of my first pair of open back headphones (Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro 250 ohms) Thanks
  2. Here's a Beyer I missed - I've had the Custom One Pro(2), Custom Street, DT48(4), DT770-32, DT1350(4), DT1770 Pro, T1, T51p, and T90, but this is the first T70p for me. I like it - a lot. It has a strong midrange emphasis, but overall very hi-fi with the Tesla drivers. It's not an ideal on-the-street portable, in that isolation is compromised if wearing glasses, and insofar as when pulled down around the neck for ordering coffee or schmoozing with people, it bumps against my chin. The cheaper Custom Street has no such problem. I like the comfort better than the T90, but it's easily as comfy as the T1 or DT770. Beyerdynamic T70p Around-Ear Portable Stereo Headphone review | Headphones Hangout Forum
  3. The T1 is the best headphone listening experience I've had. I had the Sennheiser HD800 for 3 years, but rarely used it except as a reference. The T1 impresses me as sounding more like real music than the breathtaking but sonically-enhanced HD800. Beyerdynamic T1 'Tesla' Stereo Headphone review
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