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Old 2nd January 2019, 08:29 AM   #161
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All kidding aside, complex orchestral reproduction really deserves closer attention since typical driver distortion is higher than audibility threshold at normal listening level.
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Yes, and you need not only low non-linear distortion, but also to keep tonal balance, in other words flat on-axis response and nice off-axis decay of frequency responses with off-axis angle, in other words power response. Classical big orchestra is a proof of the audio system reproduction abilities. Hopefully, there is enough of good recordings of classical music.
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Hi PMA,

Think remember either in part 1 thread or part 2 thread one of your prefered better DAC's used was a Cambridge DacMagic, and in DacMagic Plus turned up this morning with objective numbers over at ASR site thought it could have your interest : )

LINK: Review and Measurements of Cambridge DacMagic Plus | Audio Science Review (ASR) Forum
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