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Old 8th January 2014, 02:12 PM   #1
diyinhh is offline diyinhh  Germany
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Question So many DIY DAC Kits - what is hip now? Ideas!

Dear Diyer,

i just build (assembled) the first DAC and PSU for my fathers high end.
We used the diyinhk i2s USB and the diyinhk ES9023 DAC PCB.
It sounds really really nice.
We also have the sellarzaudio ES9023 pcb but didnt used it so far.

There are so many chips and things around here and new pcb and kits popping on ebay every week.

My question:

What is the actual best bang for the buck and uses ready kits (perhaps with modding)

USB I2S -> ES9018?

I am not the smd solder guy. I can put kits together and solder PSU or easy dac kits.

Thanks! Great Forum!!!

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