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The i5 DAP By Cayin

The last two Cayin DAP's we reviewed, the N6 and the N5 were solid traditional style non-touch based media players that, initially with the N6, went straight for the audiophile market and then, subsequently, wi...
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7.27.2

The XDP-100R DAP By Pioneer

Portable music players are all over the map these days. Sometimes, I just can't figure out what the hell is going on, which one to buy for myself and which ones are worth reviewing. I'm not happy with how Pione...
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88.0

The M5 DAP By Shanling

ESS Sabre was THE DAC of 2014-2015 for quite a lot of audiophile gear makers from DAPs to desktops. However, this chip series can be a nightmare to work with and if not properly filtered and implemented the res...
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88.0

The Shift By Peachtree Audio

"Made in Canada". Nothing feels quite as satisfying as a 'home run' in terms of engineering capability being done right in your backyard. Peachtree is sort of on the comeback trail after a few years that culmin...
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77.0

The Plenue M By Cowon

It amazes me how much the tech can change, or not change at all, in the span of just two years.  I've always been a fan of Cowon products, but let me tell you straight up right now at the beginning of this revi...
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The QP1R DAP By Questyle

With a wealth of globally patented technology, Questyle Audio are a company dedicated to the design and manufacture of high-quality audio products for use in the home and portable settings. The company, which h...
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