Can Drop please partner with MQA and a R-2R DAC manufacture?
MQA is the future of audio files. It sounds so much better to my tastes than 24-bit FLAC files. Even without a dedicated MQA hardware render. Usingh Tidal Hi-Fi my best friend, who doesn't get my passion for Music, and I agree that the MQA (or as Tidal calls them, Master) files sound clearer, and more natural than the normal FLAC file. However my friend did say that it didn't sound as loud in the MQA file compared to the FLAC. We used my audeze mobius hooked up to my PC via USB, on the default sound setting and using 2 channel Hi-res as the mode.
My Request:I would like a balanced R-2R DAC with MQA support. I know it would cost a fair bit more than the Airist Audio R-2R DAC. I could see the price being $500 to $550 as reasonable if possible. It would be $50 to $100 cheaper than a Schiit Bifrost Multibit, which from my understanding is a similar technology to R-2R DACs. Though it would have more features being much more of a value proposition.