Benchmark Media Systems



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Benchmark Media is one of the most respected companies that specializes in the fairly new trend of high-end USB DACs. Benchmark has a complete line of USB and computer friendly preamps, DACs and other audiophile electronics. Benchmark is bridging the gap between audiophile systems and the media that is on everyone's computers.

Recently, Benchmark has branched out towards the pro-audio side with a 16-channel analog-to-digital converter.

Notable products include the Benchmark DAC1 HDR, the Benchmark DAC1 USB, and the Benchmark ADC16.

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HomeTheaterReview's Benmarch product reviews include:

Benchmark DAC 1 HDR
Benchmark DAC 1 PRE

Similar companies include Wadia, SimAudio, Wavelength, PS Audio, and Ayre.

Email: service@benchmarkmedia.com


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