Originally Posted by hellokitty123
I don't even use any digital or analog filter. Try as I may, I can't hear any difference and my hearing is in perfect condition (verified by audiologist).
I'm beginning to wonder if filters are just another placebo or if my unique circuit has something to do with it.
In any case I agree that there is much more that can be done.
You do use digital filter, as it is in a chain of every A/D conversion, CD preparation. It creates a drop @20kHz that requires to apply compensation. You see such filter in Gross DAC, amoung some other filters and one of them is a transformer
itself. That is a part of the whole innovative idea in Gross DAC - to place a filter before I/V conversion and a lot of work is done to do it correctly. I am sorrry. Now you can see, if you think you don't need filter, Gross DAC is not for you.
Last edited by sajunky; 15th January 2020 at 01:53 PM.