I just hooked up the Terminator last week and only have a few hours on it but have already started to explore my "go-to" tracks and finding depth and detail I hadn't heard before. The Terminator's sound is on the warm side of neutral, kind of like my analog rig (Rega P2 with Dynavector 10x5 MC cartridge), has a much wider and deeper soundstage than my previous DAC, the Gungnir MB, and has absolutely no sibilance. I listened to a variety of tracks, from Peter Gabriel "Games wi
Short and sweet, the DENAFRIPS Terminator is a very significant development for me, a game changer. If it is within your budget I highly recommend it for your consideration regardless of the top-end of your budget. Here is where I am coming from. I love music. My passion over a number of decades has been pursuing the hi-fi that can let me hear what musicians want to convey and involve me in their performances. My main rig is vinyl - Acoustical Systems Axiom Arm and Palladian
This past November I first came across the Denafrips name while researching headphones and related components .
The name stuck in my memory as I read through volumes of headphone gear info and testimonials however it was time to get serious and get out and actually listen to some of these headphone components dacs and such . Well maybe I’m just too picky few things held my attention at the couple of audio shows I attended and unfortunately Denafrips was not represented by