David Blumenstein takes a listen to the Exogal Comet Plus DAC costing $3500 or £2500 in the UK for the DAC and £2950 with improved PSU.

“For me an actor is memorable if he/she is forgettable. After all it is about the performance. I don’t remember the actor for who they are but rather who they portray. I want them to get lost in the role, in the performance, much like the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman. Almost instantaneously, he was the embodiment of Lester Bangs (editor of CREEEM) in Cameron Crowe’s opus Almost Famous. This is how I feel about the Exogal Comet Plus DAC. I know it is there. I can see it is there, but shortly after powering up my system and selecting the music, the Comet Plus just disappears and does what is intended. No flashing lights, and with its understated minimalist display it becomes one less thing to think about and detract from enjoying the experience of listening to music. Who wants to listen to a DAC anyway? One shouldn’t and if one does there is something amiss…”

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