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Totaldac d1-dual

7,000.00 USD


  • Price 7,000.00 USD
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I'm putting this Totaldal d1-dual up for sale at 7000 USD. Will entertain serious offers. This unit has additional support for DSD64 and I'll include the Totaldac d1 usb/filter cable as well. Reason of sale is that I'm downsizing and no longer need it. Still in excellent condition, only used in clean environments.

I purchased the dac first hand from Totaldac in May 2015. Comes with all original items (ie. dac + linear psu + remote control). I'll throw in a standard no brand power cord as well for the psu, so you can use it right away. Can always be upgraded to a higher-end Totaldac later at approx. the difference in list price.

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Shipping to buyers worldwide, only with tracking and insurance. PM me for shipping quotes.

Payment
Accepted payment methods are Paypal (add 3% for buyer's protection) and bank transfer (I have UK/AUD/USD/SGD/EUR accounts)

 

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hello , do you happen to know what are the differences between your D1-Dual and the current D1 core ? Also were the DSD optional board , or the TotalDac USB cable ordered with it when you bought it ? Thanks , Max

Nepherte

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The DSD board and the USB cable are both not included by default. They are optional for all the d1 series.

As far as I know, there are only internal differences between the d1-dual and the d1-core. Probably the most relevant difference is the amount of resistors each one uses in for their r2r ladder. The d1-core uses 100, the d1-dual uses 200. More resistors should translate to a more accurate analogue signal.

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