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  1. SOLD Lyngdorf 3400 for sale - $4600 shipped. At this price I insist that buyer pay PayPal fee of 3% if used. I am open to other payment options but the price is firm. The unit has an original purchase date of July 13, 2018. Warranty is until July 2020. Tony Barnette of Ellington HiFi is the original dealer and would handle any issue associated with the unit. - Excellent condition 9/10 - Loaded with both optional modules (HDMI and analog audio modules) - Original box and accessories http://lyngdorf.com/tdai-3400/ This unit has performed flawlessly. RoomPerfect is a pleasure and highly effective room correction. TDAI-3400 THE MOST POWERFUL PRODUCT YET FROM LYNGDORF AUDIO INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER AND AUDIO PROCESSOR With extreme audio processing options combined with the most powerful and advanced digital amplifier technology, the TDAI-3400 is the most powerful product from Lyngdorf Audio yet marketed. THE BEST SOUND IN THE OPTIMAL ROOM Through the web interface you can perform all setup and operations from the menu system, which allows you to tailor your setup and sound, and the digital crossover allows 3 individual output settings. With our proprietary RoomPerfectTM room-correction software to eliminate the negative influence of the listening room, the TDAI-3400 delivers a perfect sound without the need for extensive room treatment. IMPRESSIVE BUILD QUALITY A salute to modern industrial design, the chassis of the TDAI-3400 is executed in the signature sleek design of Lyngdorf Audio. The TDAI-3400 doesn’t generate much heat, allowing for passive cooling with no need for noise-inducing fans or vents. With the TDAI-3400, you will enjoy the extremely low background noise of the digital signal processing. CONNECT AUDIO AND VIDEO SOURCES A variety of inputs and outputs provide plenty of options to connect your audio and video sources as well as your speaker setup. 7 digital inputs including a balanced AES/EBU USB inputs connects to music stored external 2 analog inputs for simple analog music sources Module with 4 high-end analog inputs Module with 3 HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output A BUILT-IN MEDIA PLAYER The TDAI-3400 accepts all media interfaces and features a built-in media player with the highest playback quality. Through your local network or via the USB connectors, you can access your entire library of music through the DLNA/UPnP enabled player. This media player also connects to streaming services like Roon Ready, Spotify Connect, and Airplay as well as internet radio. Description: 2-channel integrated amplifier and audio processor Power handling: 2×400 W RMS @ 4Ohm / 2x200W RMS @ 8Ohm Standard digital inputs (asynchronous): 1 x AES-EBU (≤192kHz/24bit), 2 x Coaxial (≤192kHz/24bit), 3 x Optical (≤96 kHz/24bit), 1 x USB B (≤384kHz/32bit, ≤DSD128, DXD) Standard analog inputs: 2 x Analog Single Ended RCA (Max level: 4.0V = 0dBFS), 1 x Microphone input for RoomPerfect™ calibration HDMI module (in-/output): 1 x HDMI Output / 3 x HDMI Inputs (PCM ≤192kHz/24bit), ARC (PCM ≤192 kHz/24bit), CEC integration, HDMI 2.0a support, HDCP 2.2, Resolutions requiring 600 MHz clock supported High-end analog input module: 3 x single ended RCA, 1 x balanced XLR Standard outputs: 1 x Stereo Analog RCA, 1 x Stereo Analog XLR, 1 x Stereo Digital Coax, 1 x Headphone 3,5mm Audio specifications: Frequency Response: ±0,5dB from 20 to 20,000 Hz, Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.05% max from 20 to 20,000 Hz, THD-N 1w/8ohm 0,04% / THD-N 1w/4ohm 0,04% Mediaplayer: Roon Ready, Spotify Connect, DLNA Support (uPnP) Airplay, Local file playback (USB), Internet Radio (vTuner) Wireless connections: Bluetooth (4.2 BLE), Wi-Fi (802.11 n/ac) Trigger (12V): 1 x Input, which can be related to audio inputs, 1 x Output 3.5mm jack / Thresholds approx.: On: 2.4V Off: 1.6V Control interfaces: Web-interface, IP Control, 1 x DB9 connector for RS232 control, 1 x RJ45 Ethernet LAN connector, 2 x USB connectors (Type A) , SD card slot (Backup of filters and settings) Accessories included: RoomPerfect™ Microphone, Microphone stand, cable & mini-jack connector, Remote control (IR / BLE) Placement options: Optional rack mount or freestanding Dimensions (Wx H x D): 45 x 10.5 x 36 cm (including connectors) / 17.7 x 4.1 x 14.1 inches Weight: 8.2 kg / 18.1 lb Finish: Matte black
  2. I am dropping the price to 600.00 shipped. The Reference One is a great power supply no matter what the back story is. I just don't have a need for 12v 6A. I am needing a 5v and/or 7-9v LPS. I am open to offers and trades. Most times I sell a power supply, I end up wishing I had not in the future. I would stick this away in the closet and wait for a use but as I have chased computer audio as far as I have any interest in, I don't feel a future need.
  3. I wanted to make mention of the fact that plenty of people on this forum know of the issues surrounding Adrian and The Linear Solution as a company. I have no idea if there is warranty left on this unit or not. When I bought it I wasn't concerned. I would basically consider this a very well done DIY LPS. If I had an issue I would definitely try to consult with Adrian at first. But I might rather just find a competent audio repair shop and have them repair or make upgrades. I am confident in the design but not so much with TLS support. I don't figure it would be to difficult for a competent repair shop to be able to sort out any issues that might arise. I also used a Sharpy to cover up some of the little nicks and it looks marginally better. I won't be taking new pictures.
  4. Alright, tough crowd here on AS for this unit... 😊 I have two The Linear Solution Reference One LPSs. I bought both from fellow AS patron auricgoldfinger. It is 12v 6A. The TLS Reference One retailed for $1500.00. The Reference One has an upgraded fuse. It is a SR Blue Fuse that cost $150.00. I had the two units in the best system synergy I have ever created for the digital front end. I had one unit powering my NUCklehead Audio NUC AL/Roon endpoint and the other powering my SOTM tx-USBUltra. It was sublime in the detail and dark background....no digital edge even on lesser recordings. I've started backing off my computer audio system as I am reducing as well as moving back to more vinyl, tubes and horns. I am just tired of computers and networks for my critical listening. Here is auricgoldfinger's thread specifically about this exact unit. To cut to the chase, he tests with many different current power supplies and rates this one #2 behind the SR7 for sound quality. I don't know what Adrian did to this unit but it has quite a few scratches. I doubt Brian (auricgoldfinger) did all the blemishes. I am super OCD and once I set it in my rack I have never noticed it once. The unit runs dead cold and completely silent. I will take $700.00 shipped no fees in continental US. It comes with no DC cable and no power cable. You get what you see in the picture. I am also open to a trade with a Uptone UltraCap LPS 1.2 and cash or an Uptone JS-2 and I pay a bit. I am keeping one TLS Reference One for myself. I might sell it as well if someone is interested.
  5. Thanks, I had found that exact quote.....something was still not working. $90.00 and fifteen minutes later on a late Saturday afternoon at a local computer repair shop and they got it going. Thanks again for the input.
  6. On WTB forum Michael made himself available for audio consultation-ish conversations both by email and phone. You could say that he was driving me to certain brands but I didn't feel any pressure at all. He truly was into the conversation. He also had recommendations for any price level. I really wish I would have consulted with him when I was spending big bucks in the past. I really enjoyed my conversations with him.....edge or no edge I will miss his reports.
  7. I have tried that but still get the same message. I suspect when I was attempting other setting like in the Qfan Control (F6) section that my tinkering might have screwed something up. There are all these setting. (not being specific in typing these categories) You get the idea. CPU Fan CHA1 PMW DC Standard, Silent, Turbo Full Speed, Manual. Fan Off CHA2 FAN CHA3 FAN AIO PUMP W_PUMP+ Allow Fan Stop Chassis Fan Profile Manual Standard...... Blah, blah. I think I am punting. I hate dealing with this crap.
  8. I have been having some odd HTPC boot up speeds and other little computer quirks. A few months ago when I was running AO and I did Phil's Bios setting recommendations. Everything was fine for months. I did eventually uninstall AO only because it is just a HTPC. But still things were fine. Over the last few weeks the computer seemed a little odd. So I set the BIOS back to it's default settings.... I should never be dicking around in the BIOS. I have an Asus ROG Maximus X Apex E-ATX. It is in a fanless case. I now get this message on boot up. "CPU Fan speed error detected. Ensure that the CPU Fan is properly installed on the CPU_FAN header or adjust/disable the Fan Speed Low Limit option the UEFI Bios." I have tried different setting in the Q-Fan Control and in BIOS and the Monitor tab but continue to get the same message. I read different things online but those all discuss situations with fans and coolers....I have a fanless passively cooled case. This is way over my head. Before I take it to the computer shop Monday, does anyone know how to get this past the error message?
  9. It has all the cables that came with it. I am not familiar with connecting uATX specifically. You will have to do your due diligence. I assume yes. If you need closer pictures of cables, I can get them to you. I answered you PM. Thanks
  10. I loaded pictures and dropped the price to 775.00 shipped in Continental US. Will be posting it out onto the interweb this weekend if no takers here. Thanks, Christopher
  11. I have an A-Tech Fabrications HeatSync 7000 Case that fits E-ATX and it is extremely customizable. The only thing is that Glenn has had issues with people screwing up the HeatSync passive cooling system so now he only sells in with the HeatSync installed by him. He used to sell them DIY. You might want to see if he is flexible. Made in California. I have an E-ATX mobo installed. https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/ROG-MAXIMUS-IX-APEX/ I didn't get too picky as this is my HTPC that does run Roon Core for my NUC. I certainly could have got super tweeky with the HTPC build but didn't care to.
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