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Audio-gd Master 7 Singularity DAC Review [Video]

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Less traditional approach is such a great euphemism.
 

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Nothing like a good video tearing apart awful engineering in the morning along with a cup of coffee.
 

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Per request, here is a video review of the recently reviewed Audio-gd Master 7 Singularity DAC:


As is typical of my video reviews, I explain the nature of the measurements much more so than I do in text.

If you have not seen it, here is the review thread: https://www.audiosciencereview.com/...dio-gd-master-7-singularity-review-dac.26460/
Hi Amir, I’ve enjoyed this review in ypur YouTube channel. I’ve a question about using multiple DAC chips: multiple DAC chips increase the SNR, as signal add linearly and noise doesn’t scale linearly. How about THD, does it add or scaled up linearly as you add multiple DAC chips?
Another word, SINAD INCREASES too as we use more DAC chips?
 
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