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RE: Actually a Bit too Much BS from PS Audio

My 1990's era Accuphase DP-65V CDP had multiple D/A chips but it's not clear if it used 4 chips per channel or 4 chips per 2-channels. I believe other Accuphase may have used even more. I purchased the DP-65V when it was already almost 10 years old.

My Cary 306/200 CDP used 8 D/A chips.

These were two of my favorite CDP's with the older Accuphase winning out by a slim margin. The Accuphase was just tiny bit more transparent. I sold the Cary and then eventually sold the Accuphase just a couple years ago.

The bottom CDP is a 5-disc Sony ES CD changer / burner for making audio CDs. I made several
"mix CD's" back then and played 5 discs in random track mode. Also played the burned CD's in
my car instead of the originals.

Edits: 10/02/23 10/02/23 10/02/23

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