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  1. I'm asking since I already have a server in Sreacom FC-10 case.
  2. Is it possible to buy just the PSU module from them ?
  3. JCat SATA cable, 40 cm (approximately 5.7 inches). Excellent condition. A seriously good SATA cable for PC servers. SATA cables connects a PC's motherboard to Hard Drive / Solid State Drive. Easy to install. Read all the reviews on the JPlay forum. In my system with the JCat SATA cable in, base was deeper and tighter; background was blacker, more micro detail and better resolution. For such a small investment, compared to the standard SATA cable the improvement in sound quality was amazing. $160 + PayPal fees Shipping (from Europe) via UPS US: $40 EU: $30 Jcat SATA.jfif Jcat SATA 2.jfif
  4. OK, I have reconnected everything and somehow it started to work. So the following components: - TP-MC220L Ethernet to optical converter - TP-LINK TL-SM311LM SFP modules - LC/LC 62,5/125um OM1 optical cable DO work with the SOtM sNH-10G switch, no problem.
  5. Anyone had any luck with trying the optical connection ? I have just connected the TP-MC220L Ethernet to optical converter, two TP-LINK TL-SM311LM SFP modules, LC/LC 62,5/125um OM1 optical cable and ... it doesnt work. In the TP-MC220L Power and Link FX LEDs are on. Link TP and RX LEDs are off. In the SOtM switch only power LED is on (when I connect the wired etherned cable then the two LEDs from that cable input do light up, so the switch definately works). Any ideas?
  6. For sale Shunyata Guardian 6 power conditioner. This is a no nonsense version of the renowed Hydra 6 power conditioner in a no frills box. Used to cost $749 in 2006 (so would probably be double that in 2019 money). You can connect your whole audio (or AV) system into it, or use it to sink all the noisy switch mode PSUs that most of us have nowadays, preventing them from polluting our AC line with noise. $399 shipped FIRM as the price already includes UPS express shipping from Poland and PayPal fee (which means, that I'm basicly only getting $280 ...).I have seen one sold on ebay for $520+shipping (~$550 effectively) just a few weeks back.Mint condition with OBM.
  7. This is the best shop I've been to. Did they drop the Pass, Spectral and Soulution gear ?
  8. PayPal is fine if you cover 4.9% PayPal fee. Otherwise bank wire transfer is much cheaper (it will probably cost you 3-5 EUR).
  9. Single output 50 Ohm. I'm Poland based, shipping within the EU will be much less ~ 40 EUR by UPS.
  10. For sale Cybershaft Premium 10MHz clock. It has much lower jitter than the $23.000 Esoteric G-01 Rubidium Clock, not to mention the $6000 Antelope 10M Rubidium crap: These are all the rage in Asia now, as people are dumping basicly all clocks they have to drive their dCS, CH Precision, Esoteric DACs. Or a SOtM gear. These are hard to buy (very limited supply) and need to be shipped from Japan. $699 + $150 shipping (US, ASIA). Shipping EU: 40 EUR by UPS 230V mains AC supply. CA forum thread:
  11. Topaz 5kVA line noise ultra-isolation transformer model 91005-31. The ultimate isolation transformer. Far superior to any power conditioner or 'audiophile' isolation transformers like Equi=Tech or Torus Power. 146dB line common mode noise suppression (for reference, Torus Power has only only 80dB CMNR). Is about as good as power being regenerated for pure clean AC power. Also will reduce a 6000 volt AC line spike to 6 milli-volts! A great protection, if you have had lightning strike problems in your area. A forum discussion on the Topaz transformers: Lightly used, in excellent working condition. This is the largest transformer Topaz makes for single phase operation, with plenty of current to power large high end amplifiers, or high power equipment. The primary and secondary are wound completely separate windings from each other, spaced apart, and individually shielded, so there's no noise coupling between the primary and secondary. The primary to secondary capacitance is only 0.005 Pico-farads !! No standard isolation transformer has this good of noise isolation, such as the Topaz transformers. The primary and secondary windings are dual 120 volts, so they can be wired for either 120v or 240 volts (input and output). This type of high power transformer should have the electrical work performed by an experienced electrician! Do keep in mind, that this transformer has large iron, and large transformers do have a little hum, when they are on, so placement outside your living/listening environment would be recommended. Normally, the transformer would be located near your electrical panel, and the power output from the transformer wired to the location of your equipment, or audio amplifiers. The transformer itself weighs 50kg, plus the weight of the shipping pallet = 70kg. This large 5000VA Topaz transformer does not come up for sale often, and is far superior to any hi-end line conditioner, because of the completely separated primary and secondary windings. This transformer is used, removed from a working environment, in perfect working condition. If shipping is required, it will be placed on a pallet and shipped via insured freight for safe arrival. All enquires welcome and will be answered in full. Palletized shipping within the EU ~ 100 EUR by DB Schenker with full insurance. No VAT or duties for EU countries. 800 EUR + shipping (I have paid $499 for the transformer, over $400 for shipping to the EU and close to $200 in import taxes, so over $1100 / 900 EUR in total; selling only 'cos I just bought the 7.5kVA model). Model specs: http://www.pacificparts.com/vends/mge/images/t1.pdf
  12. You probably could DIY sth, as the switch is very light. But no factory provision for wall mounting.
  13. No. You have to slide the PCB out. The box is a complete aluminium extrusion, with front and back panels attached to it.
  14. Just got the SOtM switch. It has the sCLK-EX clocking board installed and an extra 10M clock input. I started with taking the unit apart (as usuall ...): The promissing part is that this is not some cheap TP-Link router in disguise. It uses what seems to be their own board / PCB design. The PCB takes about 2/3 of the unit's real estate. My unit has the optional sCLK-EX clock module installed (which is stacked over the main PCB). I like the fact that they use the proper coaxial cable for the 10M clock input, terminated with a proper 50 Ohm RF connector (SMB type) on the PCB end. It shows an attention to detail one should expect from $1000+ product. The bad part is that I don't know when I will be able to evaluate the product. I'm still burried with work, so that may take 3-4 weeks. Probably other will be faster with posting their own reviews.
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