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  1. Great to see updates on the qx-5! Very keen to hear about ethernet improvements when they come. I mainly use that input path in my setup
  2. View Classified Innuos Zenith Mk II SE - 2 TB SSD storage - RRP £4999 ZENith SE Mk.II Std Rare opportunity to get one of only 100 Special Edition music servers from Innuos, A great piece of kit to fully appreciate digital music either streamed or stored. The predecessor to the Statement. Stunning online reviews from DAR, the-ear, hifi+.... SSD Storage Dual Ethernet Ports for LAN and Streamer with isolation transformers In-Memory playback with 4GB Cache Ultra-low Noise USB Audio Output Quad-core I
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    ZENith SE Mk.II Std Rare opportunity to get one of only 100 Special Edition music servers from Innuos, A great piece of kit to fully appreciate digital music either streamed or stored. The predecessor to the Statement. Stunning online reviews from DAR, the-ear, hifi+.... SSD Storage Dual Ethernet Ports for LAN and Streamer with isolation transformers In-Memory playback with 4GB Cache Ultra-low Noise USB Audio Output Quad-core Intel CPU, 8GB RAM Innovative Triple-Linear Power Supply with ultra-low noise regulators and Nichicon MUSE Capacitors, designed by Sean Jacob Anti-vibration treatment on chassis and electronic components Independent floating optical drive and SSD platform Medical-grade Mains Filter Specifications Digital Output Ultra Low Noise USB 2.0 supporting USB Audio Class 1, USB Audio Class 2 and DoP CONNECTIVITY Ethernet 2x isolated RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet - LAN and Streamer connection Other 1x VGA (service connection only) USB 1x USB 2.0 (DAC), 1x USB 3.0 (Backup) FORMATS CD Formats Red Book Disc Compatibility CD, CD-R, CD-RW Audio format for stored CDs FLAC (zero compression), WAV Audio Formats Supported for streaming and playing WAV, AIFF, FLAC, ALAC, AAC, MP3 SAMPLE RATES Sample Rates 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4KHz. 192kHz, 352.8KHz, 384KHz , DSD64, DSD128 Bit Depths 16bit, 24bit, 32bit USER CONTROL INTERFACES Web Interface Web Browsers from iOS, Android (4.0 and up) or up-to-date Windows and OS X browsers Mobile App for iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows 10 HARDWARE CD/DVD drive TEAC Slot-loading drive Storage 2Tb Samsung EVO SSD CPU Intel Quad Core 2GHz Memory 8Gb DDR3 - 4Gb dedicated for Memory Playback STREAMING AND CD STORAGE UPnP/DLNA UPnP Server DLNA device compatible USB Connect and play to USB DACs (USB Audio Class 1 and Class 2, DoP) Average CD Storage Time 5 minutes CD Metadata OneMusicAPI aggregating multiple CD metadata sources Compatible Music Systems Sonos Multi-room Wireless Music System Naim Mu-so Multi-room Wireless Music System Denon HEOS Multi-room Wireless Music System Squeezebox Multi-room Wireless Music System Naim Uniti music streamers Linn DS music streamers Pioneer N50A Cambridge Audio CXN Denon 720AE DLNA/UPnP compatible devices USB DACs complying to USB Audio Class 1 or 2 USB DACs supporting DSD over DoP protocol Roon Core compatible REQUIREMENTS Network Internet connection to access album metadata when storing CDs, Internet Radio, Streaming Services and software updates Network router with at least one available ethernet port Premium subscription required for some streaming services such as Spotify, Qobuz and Tidal, Roon Music Controller Remote control app compatible with the Logitech Media Server (Free and Paid versions available) or Web Browser - Most modern web browsers and platforms are supported DAC / Converter DAC with USB input supporting USB Audio Class 1, USB Audio Class 2 or DoP protocols POWER Mains Supply 220V AC - Internal Triple-Linear Power Supply with ultra-low noise regulators Power Consumption 12W when idle, 25W peak PHYSICAL Dimensions 70 x 420 x 320 mm (H x W x D) Weight 11 Kg In the box Innuos Zenith SE Music Server Limited Edition Certificate --- Also listed on ebay. Asking price is £3300 - converted to $4400 USD Price includes shipping in UK. Will need to calculate and add insured shipping to Europe. Please PM me if interested.

    4,400.00 USD

  4. View Classified Cybershaft Ultra Precision OCXO Clock MA-OP18 Rare opportunity to get hold of this latest model state of the art Reference 10 MHz master clock in the UK/ Europe. Purchased in July 2020 direct from Cybershaft (Mr Hasegawa). Arrived in UK end of August. -- Cost new was over £2900 including shipping+ taxes to UK. This is an almost new product with accessories (see below). I have all original packaging & calibration sheets. Phase noise: -118.8 dB/Hz @ 1Hz (exceeds -118dB/Hz by a wide margin) Allan deviation:
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    Rare opportunity to get hold of this latest model state of the art Reference 10 MHz master clock in the UK/ Europe. Purchased in July 2020 direct from Cybershaft (Mr Hasegawa). Arrived in UK end of August. -- Cost new was over £2900 including shipping+ taxes to UK. This is an almost new product with accessories (see below). I have all original packaging & calibration sheets. Phase noise: -118.8 dB/Hz @ 1Hz (exceeds -118dB/Hz by a wide margin) Allan deviation: 2.57E x10-13 (exceeds 3.4E x 10-13 by a wide margin) --- A master clock for high-end audio that brings together the technology and experience of Cybershaft. Equipped with ultra-high precision OCXO Type4. Needs 13.5-16V external DC power supply (not supplied - I used an Sbooster BOTW P&P ECO MkII). Device is equipped with an ultra-low noise, ultra-high PSRR regulator circuit equipped with three next-generation linear regulator LT3045s. Designed with a luxurious cast front panel. Ultra low phase noise -118dBc / Hz @ 1Hz Output impedance 50Ω / 75Ω switching function Compatible audio products "ESOTERIC Grandioso K1X, K1, P1X, P1X, P1, D1X, D1, K-01Xs, K-01X, K-01, K-03Xs, K-03X, K-03, K-05Xs, K-05X, K -05, K-07Xs, K-07X, K-07, D-02X, D-02, D-05X, D-07X, P-021, P-02X ,, N-01XD, N-01, N- 03T, N-05, G-0, G-0s, G-0Rb, G-02, G-03X, G-25U, TASCAM CG1000 / dCS Vivaldi clock, Paganini clock, Scarlatti Clock / MUTEC iCLOCK, MC-3 + , MC-3 + USB / Antelope Audio Isochrone OCX HD, OCX-V, OCX, TRINITY / BRAINSTORM DCD-8 / Phaseteck HD-7A / Phasemation HD-7A192 / SFORZATO DSP-01, DSP-Vera, DSP-Dorado, DSP -Pavo, DST-01, DSP-03, DSP-05 / TEAC UD-503, UD-505, NT-503, NT-505 / SPEC RMP-X1 / Sound Warrior SWD-CL10 / TechDAS D-7, D7i / RATOC RAL-DSDHA2 / M2TECH EVO DAC TWO PLUS, HIFACE EVO TWO / CH Precision C1,D1 / aurender W20 / soulnote D-2, S-3 / SOtM sMS-200ultra, tX-USBultra, SOtM sNH-10G (all require master clock input function) / SHENZHENAUDIO GUSTARD U16, Singher SU-2 / iFi Audio Pro iDSD / UpTone Audio EtherREGEN / Audio Gd DI-20HE, DI-20, R-7HE (version 2020), R-7 (version 2020) " Others, master clock generator with 10MHz clock input, CDP, DDC, DAC, Audio HUB, etc Specifications Ultra-low phase noise OCXO Type4 installed 10MHz oscillator accessories Instruction manual, test report, phase noise / allan dispersion characteristic graph ○ BNC cable is available as an option. Output: 10MHz x 1 system Sine wave Output level: Fixed at 1.3Vpp (error + 15% to -5%) Output impedance at 50 ohms: 50 ohms / 75 ohms switching output GND potential: Main unit GND / insulation switching Possible External DC power supply (not supplied): DC13.5V to 16V 1A Recommended voltage 14V External DC plug Standard: 2.1mm / 5.5mm   Screwable Body size: W141mm x D210mm x H90mm (including protrusions) H100mm Weight when using option Approximately 3Kg See Cybershaft.jp website (with google translate for more details) All original boxes, and documentation including calibration certificates are provided Listing also includes the accessories that I got with the original product from Cybershaft to connect 2 endpoints to the reference clock:- 50ohm semi-rigid cable2 0.5m x 2 50ohm matching adaptor CYB-MA01 x 2 Transformer Type 50ohm distributor CYB-DS01 --- Please pm me with any questions (listing is also on ebay) I think I can only list in USD - I have converted £2400 asking price. If buyer is in UK I will cover shipping; if in Europe, I will need to add insured shipping cost at time of sale.

    3,200.00 USD

  6. I like the addition of fibre in the chain with the Sonore OM to etherregen. Really opened up the soundstage, mid range bass. Router > (copper) > opticalModule > (fiber) > A:etherregen:B > (copper) innuos server+streamer(roon server) > ethernet & USB > Auralic G2 DAC Re-read the review the other day and tripped into the rabbit hole; now I want to experiment chaining switches if I can get my hands on a Melco S100. The problem is the multitude of combinations I can try with OM, etherregen, S100, fiber and copper!! Here are my main options :-
  7. Was thinking this could be a good option to support a few of my upstream devices. Any feedback from early adopters?
  8. I think it is implied by the spec of the OCXO 10MHz clock 4 divider/ distributer... actually it is in the specification section of the clock as well
  9. At least for me, as someone who has never used an external reference clock, this thread is all about offering an accessible, low cost option to experiment/tweak, and see if I could discern any benefit of such a set up. Different goals I think. Maybe a gateway drug to Mutec and Cybershaft at some point, we will see!
  10. I bet you need to put a weight on the clock to keep it from keeling over! Doing something very similar... My BG7TBL clock arrived this week. Internal OCXO spec is not as good as described earlier in the thread. I have the DAPU O55F-HSDD vs DAPU O55A OCXO. I got some 50 -75 ohm matching pads that I attach to the clk out, and 75 ohm cables to etherregen & mutec mc-3. All seems to work. No kit to measure how much better (if any) the actual signal is with the pads, but will experiment with my ears. I notice on the cybershaft website they sell the 50 -75 ohm matchers too at a very mod
  11. I was trying to experiment with fibre (or fiber!). I have a Zenith MkII SE, so the topology you suggest should allow me to play. Thanks for the tip
  12. As others have said, great review! My current config is Router > switch > A:etherregen:B > innuos server+streamer(roon server) > ethernet & USB > Auralic G2 DAC I wanted to try an opticalrendu in the chain. I was thinking …. Router > switch > innuos > B:etherregen:A > fibre > opticalrendu > USB > Auralic G2 DAC Am I right in thinking the streamer is on the wrong side of the moat if attached to the switch? I was trying to avoid the need for the opticalmodule, and use the optical port on
  13. Hi @MartinT, I am trying to understand Mutec mc-3 clock distribution capabilities: given both Mutec and Etherregen may prefer the square wave signal (and there is only one output) from the BG7TBL OCXO. Can Mutec MC-3 be fed the square wave, and act as the distributor through one of the word clk outputs to the Etherregen; as well as using the reference clock for USB reclocking? thanks
  14. re reading your post, I think your last post covers with and without adapter is that right?
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