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  1. Hello People, I am in the process of buying an old but excellently built, fully balanced DAC with 4 chips 2 XLR and 2 RCA Outs and Optical and coaxial Ins. Its a used machine and I will get it at half its original price. The limitation is that it can handle up to 20 bits 48 Khz signals, assembled with best components from leading manufacturers. The designer maker of the unit, said to me that it will sound much better than any 24 bit DAC even if I down sample the signal from my computer/V-link to 20 bit/48 Khz. The new unit he can make for me will be 32 bit/ 192 Khz but it will cost double. Any thoughts will be more than welcome and much appreciated. Thanks, Farrukh
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