Built-in or standalone DAC? Aurender shows both capabilities at Pacific Audio Fest
Aurender showed off their line of music servers last month at Pacific Audio Fest.
Should you get a music server with a built-in DAC or one that requires a standalone DAC?
One of several dealers at the show, Ari from Aurender showed products with both capabilities at Pacific Audio Fest in Seattle.
You can see this video and more on the Hi-Fi+ YouTube Channel, such as Tea Time with Alan and Pete.
Hi-Fi+ Editor Alan Sircom and Publisher Pete Collingwood-Trewin talk about what’s happening in the high-end audio world.
Tea Time with Alan and Pete is just one of several new series on the Hi-Fi+ YouTube channel designed for audiophiles of all levels.
Another series is History of Audio, which aims to teach viewers a little about the History of Audio, which might be a trip down memory lane for many. It also hopes those who watch will learn from the varying experiences of other audiophiles through their trials and tribulations with different equipment.
Soon, you can find reports from manufacturers at audio shows from around the world. You can see the likes of Aurender, Focal Naim, AudioThesis, Schiit Audio, and Magnepan, just to name a few. Right now, you can see what debuted at AXPONA 2022 and a bit from the Texas Audio Roundup, including background on the Magnepan LRS+. New videos from Pacific Audio Fest in Seattle are also being uploaded every week.
You can also see product reviews on the hi-fi+ YouTube channel coming soon.
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