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Old 01-05-2018, 07:14 PM
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I have used the N100H for a little over a year now. I am very happy with
the conductor app and Aurender as equipment. My thoughts are to upgrade
to the N10. I do not need extra storage or MQA. The sole purpose would
be for sound quality. If anyone has experience comparing these or any of the
"100" series to an N10 I would appreciate any input. I am not unhappy with
the N100H in anyway just have a case of upgrade fever. Looking to go to the next level if there are benifits to be had.
Thanks
Well I finally ordered the N10. I will give a comparison after I have a chance to listen for a while. I don’t think the difference will be that large but it will allow
me more choices with a DAC upgrade. I heard a DSC Debussy and there is a
big difference in DACs. The N10 should accommodate any Dac upgrade I make.
I know there are many choices, but the conductor app and excellent service makes me want to stay with Aurender. My N100h has been bulletproof.
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Old 02-14-2019, 10:28 PM
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I received the N10 today. Had it up and running in less than 20 min. I deliberately took my time and programmed inputs etc.
First impressions are wow! I feel there is a bigger difference between the
N100H and N10 then there is between My Bluesound and N100H. My overwhelming feeling is I just want to keep listening to the next song. Very
engaging and crystal clear. This is a much more audiophile peace of equipment.
I have owned my N100H for three years and can’t say enough good things
about it, the N10 is a whole step up. I am using the digital coax output.
I will update after 100 or so hours.
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