What is your own preferred choice for the LG20 DAC?

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What type of music do you prefer to listen to on your own awesome V20 DAC? I enjoy 70's to 2016 rock....I have been to over 200 rock concerts in my life......Everyone has a different taste
What are your own experiences?
 
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Classic rock flac files with the Power Amp app. Jethro Tull, Steve Hackett, Kevin Ayers box set.

Smooth Jazz with the Google play music app. The DAC makes a big difference with the Google music player.
 

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What type of music do you prefer to listen to on your own awesome V20 DAC? I enjoy 70's to 2016 rock....I have been to over 200 rock concerts in my life......Everyone has a different taste [url]http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d114/slave2_ragdolls/icon_lolX.gif[/URL]
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Honestly i listen to everything it really depends on my mood for the day. I have found everything sounds awesome with it
 

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Music is music. A style, sound and rhythm for every moment, mood or memory.
I listen to most everything.. Except bad music. Haha.
And everything sounds good through the DAC. I would become one of those audiophiles, except this darn tennitus from all the concerts!
 

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I have about 2.5 GB's left on my 200 GB SD card with most of that FLAC music. It's mostly hard rock, metal, and blues. But I do have some lighter stuff and some classical music.
 

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I listen to a lot of post-industrial, metal, hip-hop, and almost everything under the kitchen sink except for modern country. It all sounds great.
 

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Trance, dance, pop, 80's and 90's rock, and a very very very very small sprinkling of hip hop/rap on a rare day.
 

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I listen to a wide variety depending on my mood. I was on a holiday classics kick for the past month or so. Back to my usual playlists now.
 

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I listen to mostly oldies, rock n roll, classic rock, roots of rock n roll... Basically anything from 1955-1982 or so. Plus some Big Band and wartime radio. I'm listening on the default LG player because I can't find a good player with a good equalizer and similar functions that also plays music well. Shuttle Player came with a lot of background noise.
 

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I have about 2.5 GB's left on my 200 GB SD card with most of that FLAC music. It's mostly hard rock, metal, and blues. But I do have some lighter stuff and some classical music.

Where do you get the FLAC quality music from? CDs or online or something else?
 

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If you have your music files on your computer, you could convert them to FLAC files. I've converted every song (that I could, darn DRM locks) that I have on my computer to FLAC using Switch Sound File Converter (I have no connection to the company). I'm by no means an audiophile, I'm not even close, but I like listening to music and I like music that's relatively high quality.