I went through the last ten pages and couldn't find a thread dedicated to the RME-Audio ADI-2 Pro ADC + DAC + dual head amp. I have one at home right now and preparing a review. But I'm interested in other user's opinions as well. Personally, I am blown away by DAC and amp each. This device is incredibly feature rich. 32bit 768 kHz DSD DAC and ADC, customizable loudness and treble/ bass controllers, parametric 5-band EQ, crossfeed in 4 steps, very powerful dual headphone output with less than 0.1 ohms OI and separate volume control, USB 2.0 (works with iDevices via CCK too). The amp is super clean. No background hiss whatsoever. The amp pairs well with CIEMs. Even at lowest volume channels match with very precise volume control and I can't notice any background noise. But at the same time the ADI-2 Pro has no problems to set an HE-6 on fire at around -15 dBu (it goes all the way up to +19 dBu in Hi-Power mode). I'd say the Lake People RS 08 can play a bit louder and more dynamic, but not by much. The ADI-2 Pro is a bit softer in the treble, but tightness is almost on par. The DAC features different sets of filters paired with their SteadClock III technology. I'm still waiting for accessory cables to arrive because unfortunately RME didn't include RCA outputs and thus I'm having problems comparing to Lake People's Reference DAC. For me, the ADI-2 Pro outperforms the Chord Hugo with sound quality alone. With A/B comparisons I noticed the Hugo had a little fuzzy sounding treble. RME proved to have the weightier sound, being fuller and smoother with less fatigue. Also less background noise. Anybody else tried it yet?