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DAC [Digital-to-Analog Converter] is a device that converts digital audio information (consisting of a series of 0s and 1s) into analog audio signals that can be sent to a headphone amplifier. The reason you got the DAC today is that your source (whether it is a computer, smartphone or home system) has introduced noise or cannot output sound at the file’s bit rate. The most popular audiophile DAC take the digitally stored record and then convert it back to an analog signal. To this end, it needs to convert the data bits in a digital file into an analog electrical signal, also called a sample, with a setting time of thousands of times per second.