By Josh Ray
Computer audio is all the rage these days and Taiwanese company Firestone is hot on the trend with their “Fubar” USB DAC (Digital to Analog Converter). You plug one end in your computer, the other into your stereo and, viola, your audio is “funked up beyond all repair.”
This genuine audiophile product is a steal at only $120. Similar products like the Wavelength Brick go for $1750. And, yes, with lossless files instead of muggle mp3s, a USB DAC can sound as good, if not better, than a high-end CD player.