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For Sale: C.A.P.S. v3 Zuma (Computer Audiophile Pocket Server), Customized and Modded 2 Channel (USB) and Multi-Channel (HDMI) Music Server. Built by Small Green Computer.

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For Sale: C.A.P.S. v3 Zuma (Computer Audiophile Pocket Server), Customized and Modded 2 Channel (USB) and Multi-Channel (HDMI) Music Server. Built by Small Green Computer.

 

 

 

New Cost over $3,000.00. Asking $1,250.00 will consider best offer.

 

If you use ROON for your music software, this music server may function as your sole ROON device for music playback, or as your ROON Core or ROON Bridge playback device.

 

Customized Modded (black) Computer Audiophile Series 3.0 (CAPS 3.0) Music Server, with Silverstone aluminum Case, 120 VAC (IEC Connector for use with a power conditioner), SOTM USB-Exp card (2 channel), AMD Sapphire HDMI card (multi-channel), 128 GB SSD, 16 GB RAM,Windows 10 Pro OS 64 bit, fanless, quiet. IEC input 120 VAC. Excellent condition. Works perfectly. Outstanding two and multi-channel sound (especially with AV Receiver or SSP). Built by Small Green Computer.

 

Case: Silverstone Crown Series SST-CW02B-MXR-USB3.0 (black) (all aluminum chassis)

https://www.silverstonetek.com/legacy.php?area=en&model=cw02

Memory: Crucial 16GB DDR3 1600 kit (8GBx2), 240-pin DIMM (Model CT2KIT102464BD160B)                 

128GB SSD Samsung SSD MLC                                                                                                                   

OS: Windows 10 Pro OS 64 bit

     (Originally came with Windows 8 Pro, upgraded to Windows 10 Pro)                                                               

Motherboard: Intel DH77EB / BOXDH77EB (2 USB 3.0 and 1 eSATA port)                                              

Processor: Intel Core i7 i3770S                                                                                                                 

Sapphire HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 Ultimate video card                 

Power Supply: Kingwin Stryker Series STR-500         

SOtM Power Noise Filter                                                                                                                   

SOtM tX-USBexp  

 

Blu-Ray/DVD/CD player/burner (Never used so cannot verify whether or not it works. Plus Andrew Gillis,  Small Green Computer, disconnected the front display because doing so he measured even less EMI and thus better sonics as a music server.)

 

 

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