I have a question for those out there in the know, when it comes to streaming music on the likes of Spotify Premium in high quality. My budget is admittedly limited, while trying to achieve within those limits the most satisfying, balanced and detailed sound possible. I currently have a new Audio Pro addon T10 (identical to the C10, but without Wi-Fi integration), connected via a quality auxiliary cable to the Amazon Echo Dot. The C10 was favorably compared to the new Sonos Play 5 by whatHiFi; that gives you a point of reference.
Now, when streaming Spotify at 320kbps, is the speaker sonically held back by the audio processing of the Amazon Echo Dot, whose built-in DAC is the DAC3203 by Texas Instruments, relative to a potential external DAC? If I go the external route, I want to make sure it is truly worthwhile, as the voice assistant in the Dot is unbelievably convenient for streaming music on the fly.
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