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This review is the third of my exaSound trilogy. I first reviewed the wonderful multichannel e28 DAC last year, then earlier this Spring I reviewed the high value e12 stereo DAC. In both of those cases, one of the great benefits of using exaSound and my Windows music servers was the direct playback of up to raw DSD256

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"...In so many respects it is absolutely first class."
Hi-Fi Choice Recommended

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Canada HiFi, December 2014 - January 2015   "The fun part of the quest of finding your perfect system is learning the balance between what c...

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"Testing out the DSD playback of the exaSound Audio Design e22 was a glorious experience."

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  We’ve been familiar with exaSound for some time, but the company’s stereo e22 digital-to-analog converter is new to me and arriv...

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"The sound was quite the best I’ve experienced from DSD"

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From the land of ice hockey, frozen wine, and decent beer, come Two DACs manufactured by a small company in Canada called exaSound, run by a smart guy named George Klissarov. Both support PCM up to 32/384 and DSD up to DSD256 over USB. The e20 mkIII will run you $2499 and the e22 will run you $3499. exaSound also sells an 8-channel DAC called the e28, for $3849. See here for a spec comparison chart.

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"exaSound Audio Design has managed to carve out a conspicuous place in the high end audiophile DAC market since beginning business less than 4 years ago..."

 

"The first sound characteristic of the e22 that grabbed my attention was the enormous soundstage that this DAC is capable of rendering."

 

"The e22 struck me as being very neutral sounding without excessive midrange warmth or other colorations. Resolution, focus and definition from top to bottom were excellent. Most users will find this to be a very revealing DAC that can dig down to expose the smallest details of the music..."

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