MOON (by Simaudio) has announced and upgraded (and updated) version of its 280D streaming DAC, increasing its already lengthy list of connectivity options.
MOON aren’t the cheapest brand out there in the hi-fi world, but you pay for what you get, and what you get from MOON are high-end products that hit the mark. The 280D streaming DAC (£2950/ €3700/ $3000 / CAD$3800) is not a new product, but MOON has revised its specification by adding a few more connectivity options to its roster.
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