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SOLD: Audio Note Valve DAC 0.1x £700

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If you don't know Audio Note, they make some of the most engaging (and mlst expensive) audio equipment in the world. Their entry level DAC, the 0.1x is no exception. 

 

This no frills NOS DAC has USB and coax SPDIF inputs. It does does away with modern trends and keeps it simple with a Philips TDA1543 chipset, keeping it to 16/44 processing. No oversampling, no filtering, and is the most musical piece of digital equipment I have ever owned. Audio Note's approach allows you to forget everything you've ever known about digital and get lost in your collection. The body, timbre, soundstage, and simply musical nature of this DAC is not only unheard of at this price, but a very rare occurrence in digital. 

 

This DAC is £1400 new, asking £700. Excellent condition in original box, will ship free within Mainland UK.

 

Audio Note's own description below:

 

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The first and only digital to analogue converter in the Audio Note (UK) range to offer both coaxial 75 Ohm SPDif and also USB input, selectable via a fascia mounted button. Internally, it is pure Audio Note, featuring a Philips TDA1543 DAC chip, our 1x oversampling Direct from Disc technology and no digital filters. The analogue valve output stage utilizes a 6111WA miniature dual triode, Beyschlag precision resistors and our own Audio Note (UK) Tin Foil capacitors. Available with brushed aluminium or classic black acrylic facia."

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21 minutes ago, Peter Santa said:

Hi.

I am interrested in buying rhe 0.1x dac. Can we discuss further i  private?

Thanks

Peter

 

PM’d you.

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