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Offline butchbass

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Bifrost Mutlibit
« on: April 14, 2017, 03:21:19 am »
I just purchased a Schiit Bifrost Multibit DAC. I have been using an HRT Music Streamer II. Wow! The Bifrost really opens up the music. Everything is sharper and clearer sounding. I am hearing bass I previously didn't hear before and the bass is more focused. It is like a veil has been lifted between me and the speakers.  A while back I made a post in the Music section about the Bloomfield, Kooper, Stills Super Session album and how good it was sounding. Well it sounds even better today.  Now I start saving for the Stereomour II or Kaiju.
Butch Gross
Extended Foreplay III/Paramours/  Blumenstein Orcas, Dungenes/Schiit Bifrost Multibit/Amarra

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Re: Bifrost Mutlibit
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2017, 07:50:37 am »
+1 on Schiit products, they are definitely the Schiit!
I took my Cocktail Audio X12 home to do some vinyl archiving and picked up a modi 2 uber for my office.
Yesterday working at my desk I swear I heard the finger cymbals from a couple inches above and outside the left speaker, the sound all alone in its own space. It was almost unnerving, a truly three dimensional sound field.
Bang for the buck on par with the SEX 2.1 it is feeding into.
Karl
Analog: RP1>Reduction>Stereomour II>Tekton OB4.5 & DIY "S8" subs
Digital: CD5004>Quickie>Seductor>FH3
Headphones: Crack>Crackheadphones
Office: x12>SEX 2.1>Superzero 2.1