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Reviews and Problems with TEAC UD-H01

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Overall 8


What Hi-Fi?
21 November 2012
  • Excerpt: We’re rather excited about the new TEAC Reference range . We received a super-sneak preview a few months back and liked what we saw: a family of diminutive components with near-identical chassis, all enticingly priced in the region of £300. This, the DAC, is the first one of the family that we’ve seen. We certainly like the design. There’s a good variety of sizes of DACs around, but we think the UD-H01 is about right, at just over 21cm square and 5cm high.
  • Pros: Smart, compact box delivers sufficient pride of ownership, good connectivity, supports hi-res audio, exciting sound
  • Cons: Slight lack of detail and vocal warmth
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TEAC UD-H01 - £300

Hi-Fi Choice
8 August 2012
  • Summary: This DAC has plenty to recommend it at a great price
  • Pros: Precise, detailed and lively sound; simple, straightforward and adequately featured
  • Cons: Bass could perhaps be a little more precise in some areas
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Expert Review

Hi-Fi Choice
11 January 2012
  • Conclusion: Treble is extended and sweet, and midrange is neutral and just as full of character as the original recording, no more and no less. The headphone output is good, too, making the UD-H01 something of a star.
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Test: TEAC UD-H01 D/A Wandler

21 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Klein, preiswert und hochwertig - wie gut das zusammen passen kann, will TEAC mit der neuen Serie Reference H01 zeigen. AV-Magazin hat den D/A-Wandler UD-H01 getestet.
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