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Teac-ud-h01.33263096
8.4 out of 10

TEAC UD-H01

Great Deal: $249.99

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Overall 8
8.0

An Excellent DAC for the money

Nightstar, Crutchfield
24 March 2014
  • Summary: Out of the box, it worked right away. I hooked it up to my old gears which comprised of an Arcam cd player, Musical Fidelity preamp and amp and my new Kef ls50. At first, it already sounded very good: good bass, clear mid and clear high. However, it was a little bright and sterile while imaging precision was not evident. I as continue to play more and more, about 50 hours or so, everything seems to be together better.
  • Pros: Works very well and sound very good
  • Cons: I notice a clicking sound when switching to a different connection, but it definitely doe not bother me at all.
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Overall 8
8.0

An Excellent DAC for the money

Nightstar, Crutchfield
24 March 2014
  • Summary: Out of the box, it worked right away. I hooked it up to my old gears which comprised of an Arcam cd player, Musical Fidelity preamp and amp and my new Kef ls50. At first, it already sounded very good: good bass, clear mid and clear high. However, it was a little bright and sterile while imaging precision was not evident. I as continue to play more and more, about 50 hours or so, everything seems to be together better.
  • Pros: Works very well and sound very good
  • Cons: I notice a clicking sound when switching to a different connection, but it definitely doe not bother me at all.
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Overall 8
8.0

TEAC UD-H01

Nosie415, Crutchfield
23 January 2014
  • Summary: I am using this with a mac book running 10.9.2 (usb), a teac CD player with iPod (coaxial), so far it has worked with out any glitches, sounds good, drivers are solid. I've used the mac running iTunes and Audirvana Plus and also Pure music, no probs switching rates but the teac DAC will click when it makes the change. I don't know why, maybe to let you know of the change.
  • Pros: decent size, build quality, connivence of being able to hook up three devices, two sets of outputs (balanced xlr and rca)
  • Cons: headphone amp struggles with 250 ohm, clicking sound when switching kHz,
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Overall 8
8.0

TEAC UD-H01

Nosie415, Crutchfield
23 January 2014
  • Summary: I am using this with a mac book running 10.9.2 (usb), a teac CD player with iPod (coaxial), so far it has worked with out any glitches, sounds good, drivers are solid. I've used the mac running iTunes and Audirvana Plus and also Pure music, no probs switching rates but the teac DAC will click when it makes the change. I don't know why, maybe to let you know of the change.
  • Pros: decent size, build quality, connivence of being able to hook up three devices, two sets of outputs (balanced xlr and rca)
  • Cons: headphone amp struggles with 250 ohm, clicking sound when switching kHz,
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Overall 8
8.0

TEAC UD-H01

PRed, Crutchfield
5 December 2013
  • Summary: I had recently read about noise from computers causing a less than preferred sound quality with music played on the computer. So, I decided to try this unit out. The TEAC definitely improved the sound greatly through my speakers. The music I have is both good and bad quality and the good quality music from ripped cd's was improved, but the real difference was how much the quality increased of the bad music. I heard detail that was impossible before.
  • Pros: Easy set up. Much improved sound quality. Ease of use of device.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 8
8.0

TEAC UD-H01

PRed, Crutchfield
5 December 2013
  • Summary: I had recently read about noise from computers causing a less than preferred sound quality with music played on the computer. So, I decided to try this unit out. The TEAC definitely improved the sound greatly through my speakers. The music I have is both good and bad quality and the good quality music from ripped cd's was improved, but the real difference was how much the quality increased of the bad music. I heard detail that was impossible before.
  • Pros: Easy set up. Much improved sound quality. Ease of use of device.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 8
8.0

teac hd 101.

Anonymous, Crutchfield
21 November 2013
Overall 8
8.0

TEAC UD-H01

JoeB, Crutchfield
21 November 2013
  • Summary: Was easy to download the driver from TEAC for my Mac, but make sure to go into system preferences,sound and switch the "output" to the TEAC usb. Also make sure to have a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter on hand, it use's the old style 1/4 headphone plug and most headphones now use the 1/8 plug. Had to drive an hour to get one so I could listen thru the 'phones. But the sound it produces thru the headphones, WOW! Worth the money!
  • Pros: Great sound, easy set up.
  • Cons: No headphone adapter, size larger than expected, but not a deal breaker.
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Overall 8
8.0

TEAC UD-H01

JoeB, Crutchfield
21 November 2013
  • Summary: Was easy to download the driver from TEAC for my Mac, but make sure to go into system preferences,sound and switch the "output" to the TEAC usb. Also make sure to have a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter on hand, it use's the old style 1/4 headphone plug and most headphones now use the 1/8 plug. Had to drive an hour to get one so I could listen thru the 'phones. But the sound it produces thru the headphones, WOW! Worth the money!
  • Pros: Great sound, easy set up.
  • Cons: No headphone adapter, size larger than expected, but not a deal breaker.
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  • See Product at Crutchfield ($249.99)
Overall 8
8.0

teac hd 101.

Anonymous, Crutchfield
21 November 2013
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