Mark Levinson No. 360 DAC – Mini Review
A lot better than the 36, in fact, a different animal: much better detail, control, and spaciousness. Even though it has excellent dynamic differentiation, it is still very well-mannered and can come across as slightly too restrained. It’s difficult to describe but I mean this in a PRAT way. It addresses to the brain in an impressive fashion but it didn’t make my foot tap the way the Wadia 861 did. But then, the Wadia was a little rougher around the edges and less airy so I guess it comes down to taste and system synergy.