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Upping the ante: The Schiit Asgard 2 headphone amplifier

The Audiophiliac loved the original Asgard, the new Asgard 2 is still made in the U.S., it has more features and improved sound, but it's still $249!

By September 21, 2013

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Honey, I shrunk the high-end digital audio converter

The Meridian Director is smaller -- a lot smaller than any bona fide high-end audio digital converter on the market.

By August 17, 2013

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For the best sound quality, does the format really matter?

The Audiophiliac ponders the ins and outs of high-resolution audio.

By June 7, 2014

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The Micromega MyDac is an instant audiophile classic

The Micromega MyDac comes from France, and it's fast becoming an audiophile top choice in high-performance desktop digital-to-analog converters.

By March 6, 2013

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Wowed by the Woo WA7 headphone amplifier

The Audiophiliac auditions the latest amp from the NYC-based manufacturer.

By January 23, 2013

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A headphone amp and USB digital-to-analog converter for just $99 each

Schiit Audio doesn't mess around. It offers U.S.-made high-performance audio products for super-affordable prices -- and here are two that are even cheaper.

By January 12, 2013

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Halide Design's tiny black boxes improve your computer's sound

Halide Design makes awesome-sounding USB digital-to-analog converters in California. They're downright tiny and supereasy to use.

By March 7, 2012

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A bigger bang: Emotiva Airmotiv 5 speaker

Emotiva self-powered speakers have long been Audiophiliac favorites, but he's just now getting acquainted with the midsize Airmotiv 5s.

By July 13, 2013

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Supercharge your laptop's sound with the ALO Island headphone amplifier

The Audiophiliac spends some quality time with this portable digital converter/headphone amp, and loves the sound!

By October 26, 2013

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Schiit's muscular Lyr headphone amplifier

Most headphones are easy to "drive" and sound great with an iPod, but some high-end home headphones need a lot of juice to come alive.

By April 8, 2012