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Lampizator Atlantic DAC, balanced, R2R / DSD256 with upgraded clocks, 115/230 V

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Selling latest production (11/2016) Atlantic DAC, fully balanced, black chassis, including 5 years transferable warranty, original boxes.

- PCM conversion R2R discrete ladder - up to 26 bit, up to 192 kHz via SPDIF, up to 384 kHz via USB

- DSD conversion via USB only, auto-sensing, auto switching, 64x, 128x, 256x

- inputs: USB, spdif (BNC, RCA), toslink

- outputs: balanced XLR pair, single ended RCA pair

- Jupiter output capacitors, silver internal wiring

- special metal rings around tubes

- 115/230 V switch on the back

-Extra Mullard GZ32 rectifier tube


- rectifer tube + choke in PSU

- superclock for DSD and PCM

- second superclock.


Price including paypal and insured shipping Worldwide with tracking by DPD or UPS is 5.500 EUR (full retail 7.800 EUR).


Atlantic will be doubleboxed as shown on the photos with two layers of foam around. Tubes will be seperately boxed and additionally protected.




Let me Know if you have any questions, especially regarding comparison to B7 or GG as I had them all








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Interesting review.


I'm always intrigued when the flaws of the previous generation are finally aired in a review, only when a newer model (Atlantis) that replaces it no longer has those flaws.

Waversa hub > Lumin S1 > Bakoon HPA-21

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At this level of sound it can be taste driven, some like more smooth stuff, some like more direct. This is why all the options are a good thing. Also upgrade path helps to keep it exactly how you want it.

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Hi Josip

Is it possible to convert redbook signals from a cdplayer?

Also Sacd signals?

How much amped are the signal on the rca outputs,enough for headphones if you have a passive preamp after?


Best regards Heino

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Is this still for sale? Does it include the pre-amp module so that it can directly drive power amps?



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