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RE: Choice for new DAC: Schiit Gungir Multibit vs. Topping D90 MQA

I have been using a Gungnir multibit for just over 2 years now, which says something as I get dissatisfied with digital more than any other component.

Yes I think it is very organic, also linear and neutral. It sounds very natural and analog, but not at all gooey and syrupy. Take for instance some of the Led Zeppelin remasters that can be a bit edgy, it doesn't cover it up, but the Gumby also doesn't sound edgy by nature. It also has instruments in a good space by themselves along with good detail.

I have never heard the Topping so I can't compare,but I do think for the money the Gumby is very good.

Abe if you ever want to compare it to your Topping just let me know as you are close by.

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