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  1. AudioQuest's new Dragonfly Cobalt - Worth the upgrade?

    AudioQuest introduced their first portable headphone DAC and amplifier seven years ago in 2012. The Dragonfly Black allowed music lovers to bring their music anywhere, with a high-resolution DAC and powerful headphone amp. Shortly after, the Black was joined by the Dragonfly Red. Boasting a higher output for more demanding headphones, as well as a more sophisticated and capable DAC chip.

    As of July 2019, the Dragonfly line-up has expanded. Introducing the

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  2. Creek Audio 100CD USB Driver Software (Now Discontinued)

    Creek Evolution 100CD & 100P
    Creek Evolution 100CD & 100P

    Connecting to the Creek Evolution 100CD via a PC requires additional (ASIO) driver software to be installed and potentially a USB2 driver if the PC you are using hasn't already got one. A Mac computer running OSX won't need any additional drivers.

    Drivers for Windows-based computers can be downloaded via the links below:]

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  3. Chord Electronics Mojo & Poly - Portable Hi-Fi?

    Chord Electronics is widely renowned for making the best DAC's on the market and their pocket-sized Mojo is no exception.

    Chord Electronics Mojo & Poly
    Chord Electronics Mojo & Poly

    Using technology from Chords Hugo Series

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  4. DAC: a Vital System Tool

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