Aurender A10 digital music server and DAC – Review

September 8, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“I tried first playing tunes back using the Tidal interface alone, and found that the sound I was getting wasn’t quite up to par with what the A10 offered. Next, I tried streaming through Pure Music (which can be done using that software’s Playthrough Audio Driver (PAD) option), and indeed the sound smoothened up a bit. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get the Master MQA files to play nice with Pure Music, so I was limited to playback of regular content. The 44.1 kHz files actually sounded quite nice via Tidal streamed through Pure Music, giving me perhaps some of the best sound my digital setup has offered to date. Even so, I couldn’t quite capture that last little bit of magical “flow” that I described before that made listening so pleasurable via the Aurender A10.”

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