No, but the post in following quote is because he continues to read my posts as exampled here and here.Is this a joke?
Evenharmonics is on my ignore list.
More of getting defensive, for their present / future audio business.some might get offended
Find out if level matched blind listening test reveals audible difference between under $100 DAC and over $100 DAC. If not audibly different (many cases have been documented online), why pay more?Hi, -- sorry I forgot some stuff - - max budget is ...... well was hoping to keep it between $200- 400 but I may have to spend more ..... definitely under - $1000, for right now - down the road more , but need to try and sell some stuff - And medical bills are a Real problem right now.
- skill level is - i guess med. - experience level with digital is low --- I built a Buffalo Dac II kit - - Hoping for the moon -
Is your humble opinion based on actual cases of such event for DACs? If so, please share the results of it and how it was set up.measurements are not entirely reliable (for predicting sound quality) for a number of reasons, also IMHO.
Speaking of $1000 DAC, here is a comparison of $1000 DAC with real cheap DAC (came with a DVD player as built-in). No audible difference when levels are matched and listeners not seeing which one is in use. Something for you think about if audible sound quality matters to you and want to be frugal with your money.well was hoping to keep it between $200- 400 but I may have to spend more ..... definitely under - $1000, for right now
For any other members that use the forum's ignore list feature, Evenharmonics might prove a worthy candidate for inclusion.