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  1. This system showed up in my timeline today: - Klipsch RP600M II @ 749$ - Marantz PM7000N @ 1199$ - PRO-JECT T1Phono SB Turntable @449$ Would you think thats legit? I remember that system with the Magnepan LRS and a VERY expensive phono-preamp (ear?) a year ago, or two. However, The LRS has a new edition, which may perform better on the ASR testbench than the predecessor. We have seen the 4k with a phono pre amp here this spring, but could you do better than above? How do you see the options to create a 2.5k $ system which could be interesting for newbies? As they often ask here, I've chosen the Q&A section for that topic. Let the systems fly in ... ;-) Cheers, Tom
  2. View Classified PS Audio Bridge II streaming card for PerfectWave and DirectStream DAC Bridge II Network card for seamless integration in your PS Audio PerfectWave or DirectStream DAC. Music of your choice is just a couple clicks away. Stream your favorite music from your phone, your local network, your PC or laptop, or from best media servers. Used, but like new condition. Latest firmware is installed. Retail $900 Asking $550 plus shipping and applicable fees. Friends&Family PayPal or Zelle without fees. Bridge II Network Card brings network connectivity to your DirectStream or PerfectWave DAC. Based on UPnP formats, Bridge II can be controlled with any UPnP controller and is able to connect over your home's Local Area Network via Ethernet. Connect a NAS, computer, JRiver, whatever you have to your PWD or DirectStream. And Now, full MQA, Tidal (including Masters), Spotify, Qobuz, VTuner, and Roon ready. Seller Anton_s0s Date 09/17/22 Price 550.00 USD Category Music Servers / Streamers  
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    Bridge II Network card for seamless integration in your PS Audio PerfectWave or DirectStream DAC. Music of your choice is just a couple clicks away. Stream your favorite music from your phone, your local network, your PC or laptop, or from best media servers. Used, but like new condition. Latest firmware is installed. Retail $900 Asking $550 plus shipping and applicable fees. Friends&Family PayPal or Zelle without fees. Bridge II Network Card brings network connectivity to your DirectStream or PerfectWave DAC. Based on UPnP formats, Bridge II can be controlled with any UPnP controller and is able to connect over your home's Local Area Network via Ethernet. Connect a NAS, computer, JRiver, whatever you have to your PWD or DirectStream. And Now, full MQA, Tidal (including Masters), Spotify, Qobuz, VTuner, and Roon ready.

    550.00 USD

  4. I have been on the look out for a new DAC with a built-in quality Pre + analog input(s). A built-in streamer would be nice but it's not a must. Here's my short list of new DACs I am following. If you also prefer one box solution like me, then please add any similar (new) DACs to the list. T+A DAC 200 Lumin P1 Happy listening.
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    SMSL VMV D1 Reference DAC Mint condition. Comes with Manual, Remote and power **Buyer pays $28.88 flat FedEx Home Delivery Shipping, insured and signature. Since PayPal is now tracking seller sales: Pay with PayPal F/F and use your credit card for buyer protection if you feel it is necessary. No PayPal fee from me. Please see my 100% long term positive feedback over several years here and under kingbarbuda at Audiogon and under rhinocom at usaudiomart. All payments by buyer to be made in USD. Thanks.** Features: Using 2 pcs of ES9038PRO DAC chips. Using split power supply. User friendly remote control. Dynamic range up to 140dB Using direct and NORATEL UK custom ultra-low noise toroidal transformers. USB Xmos solution Technical Parameters: Input: USB/Optical/Coaxial/EBU Output: XRL/RCA Dynamic range: 131dB SNR: 122dB THD+N: 0.0002% USB transmission: Asynchronization USB compatibility: windows XP/7/8/8.1/10, Mac OSX10.6 or later, Linux OTG supporting: Yes Bit Depth: USB 16bit 24bit 32bit 1bit Sampling rate: USB DSD: 2.8224/ 5.6448/ 11.2896/ 22.5792 MHz USB PCM: 44.1/ 48/ 88.2/ 96/ 176.4/ 192/ 352.8/ 384/ 705.6/ 768 kHz Optical/Coaxial: 44.1/ 88.2/ 96/ 176.4/ 192 kkHz XLR output: 4.6Vrms RCA output: 2.2Vrms Power consumption: 10W Standby power: 1.8W Voltage: 110v-120v or 220v-240v Net weight: 5kg Size: 265 x 215 x 50 mm Features & details Using 2 pcs of ES9038PRO DAC chips. The D1 has 10 built-in sound modes: Standard; Rich, Crystal, and Tube, each with three gears. Rich: rich harmonics; Crystal: clear voice. ES9039PRO DAC chip : Built-in 8 channels, can reduce the interference of the left and right channels. Built-in high-performance programmable DSP, preset 7 kinds of digital filter modes. Using split power supply. Input interface: USB/optical/coaxial/EBU ;Output interface: RCA/XLR; Dynamic range: 131dB; THD+N:0.0002%.Signal to noise ratio 112dB ; USB PCM 44.1-768 kHz. Use friendly remote control. Dynamic range up to 140dB Use high-quality electronic components; 24K gold-plated RCA balanced socket; NORATEL ultra-low noise toroidal transformer, low vibration, fixed, and durable. Using direct and NORATEL UK custom ultra-low noise toroidal transformers. Siamese split power supply: All aluminum backplane connects the main unit and power box together, and the power supply has low noise and low interference. USB XMOS solution.

    778.88 USD

  6. View Classified SMSL VMV D1 Reference DAC - MINT SMSL VMV D1 Reference DAC Mint condition. Comes with Manual, Remote and power **Buyer pays $28.88 flat FedEx Home Delivery Shipping, insured and signature. Since PayPal is now tracking seller sales: Pay with PayPal F/F and use your credit card for buyer protection if you feel it is necessary. No PayPal fee from me. Please see my 100% long term positive feedback over several years here and under kingbarbuda at Audiogon and under rhinocom at usaudiomart. All payments by buyer to be made in USD. Thanks.** Features: Using 2 pcs of ES9038PRO DAC chips. Using split power supply. User friendly remote control. Dynamic range up to 140dB Using direct and NORATEL UK custom ultra-low noise toroidal transformers. USB Xmos solution Technical Parameters: Input: USB/Optical/Coaxial/EBU Output: XRL/RCA Dynamic range: 131dB SNR: 122dB THD+N: 0.0002% USB transmission: Asynchronization USB compatibility: windows XP/7/8/8.1/10, Mac OSX10.6 or later, Linux OTG supporting: Yes Bit Depth: USB 16bit 24bit 32bit 1bit Sampling rate: USB DSD: 2.8224/ 5.6448/ 11.2896/ 22.5792 MHz USB PCM: 44.1/ 48/ 88.2/ 96/ 176.4/ 192/ 352.8/ 384/ 705.6/ 768 kHz Optical/Coaxial: 44.1/ 88.2/ 96/ 176.4/ 192 kkHz XLR output: 4.6Vrms RCA output: 2.2Vrms Power consumption: 10W Standby power: 1.8W Voltage: 110v-120v or 220v-240v Net weight: 5kg Size: 265 x 215 x 50 mm Features & details Using 2 pcs of ES9038PRO DAC chips. The D1 has 10 built-in sound modes: Standard; Rich, Crystal, and Tube, each with three gears. Rich: rich harmonics; Crystal: clear voice. ES9039PRO DAC chip : Built-in 8 channels, can reduce the interference of the left and right channels. Built-in high-performance programmable DSP, preset 7 kinds of digital filter modes. Using split power supply. Input interface: USB/optical/coaxial/EBU ;Output interface: RCA/XLR; Dynamic range: 131dB; THD+N:0.0002%.Signal to noise ratio 112dB ; USB PCM 44.1-768 kHz. Use friendly remote control. Dynamic range up to 140dB Use high-quality electronic components; 24K gold-plated RCA balanced socket; NORATEL ultra-low noise toroidal transformer, low vibration, fixed, and durable. Using direct and NORATEL UK custom ultra-low noise toroidal transformers. Siamese split power supply: All aluminum backplane connects the main unit and power box together, and the power supply has low noise and low interference. USB XMOS solution. Seller RJ Date 10/15/21 Price 778.88 USD Category Accessories  
  7. View Classified For Sale: Mint Holo Audio May KTE DAC and Holo Audio Serene KTE Preamplifier Selling my mint condition Holo May KTE DAC and Serene KTE preamplifier. This is probably the best price-to-performance DAC and preamp combo on the market with excellent performance and phenomenal measurements. Holo May Kitsune Tuned Edition (KTE) DAC: $5,000 (retails for $5,598 + shipping)- Purchased in Feb 2021, received in May 2021, estimated 250-300 hours of use - not even fully burned in yet. Holo Serene Kitsune Tuned Edition (KTE) Preamplifier: $3,000 (retails for $3,098 + shipping) - Purchased in Aug 2021, received Sept 2021 (yep...literally a week old), estimated less than 20 hours of use. Buyer pays shipping and 3% PayPal fees. Buy them both and I'll cover shipping and PayPal fees. I am also willing to do PayPal "Friends and Family" if you have an established trade history with 100% positive feedback. Buy with confidence - 100% positive feedback on all platforms: Head-Fi: https://www.head-fi.org/members/littlej0e.539576/ US Audio Mart: https://www.usaudiomart.com/userprofile.php?user_id=196132 Audiogon: https://www.audiogon.com/users/littlej0e eBay: https://www.ebay.com/usr/littlej0e Together this combo retails for approx. 9k shipped. Buy these mint and save yourself a thousand bucks. If this listing is still active, they are still for sale. Pricing is firm. Please don't low ball...i beg you! You are wasting my time and yours!!! Thanks for looking! Seller littlej0e Date 09/07/21 Price 8,000.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters  
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    Selling my mint condition Holo May KTE DAC and Serene KTE preamplifier. This is probably the best price-to-performance DAC and preamp combo on the market with excellent performance and phenomenal measurements. Holo May Kitsune Tuned Edition (KTE) DAC: $5,000 (retails for $5,598 + shipping)- Purchased in Feb 2021, received in May 2021, estimated 250-300 hours of use - not even fully burned in yet. Holo Serene Kitsune Tuned Edition (KTE) Preamplifier: $3,000 (retails for $3,098 + shipping) - Purchased in Aug 2021, received Sept 2021 (yep...literally a week old), estimated less than 20 hours of use. Buyer pays shipping and 3% PayPal fees. Buy them both and I'll cover shipping and PayPal fees. I am also willing to do PayPal "Friends and Family" if you have an established trade history with 100% positive feedback. Buy with confidence - 100% positive feedback on all platforms: Head-Fi: https://www.head-fi.org/members/littlej0e.539576/ US Audio Mart: https://www.usaudiomart.com/userprofile.php?user_id=196132 Audiogon: https://www.audiogon.com/users/littlej0e eBay: https://www.ebay.com/usr/littlej0e Together this combo retails for approx. 9k shipped. Buy these mint and save yourself a thousand bucks. If this listing is still active, they are still for sale. Pricing is firm. Please don't low ball...i beg you! You are wasting my time and yours!!! Thanks for looking!

    8,000.00 USD

  9. View Classified PS Audio DirectStream DAC Hi-End stereo Audiophile class A+ component This is the one of the best DACs ever! The reason for sale - I have two of these: one in a living room, one in my office. I'm thinking of selling the one from the office because I just don't really listen to it much - COVID slowdown is over, so have to work. The DirectStream DAC is a reference standard D to A converter. It is unlike any standard chip-based DAC, and has received countless awards, worldwide. It handles all PCM sources up to 352.8 kHz, and DSD 64 and 128 (USB and I2S), and DSD256 (I2S). Its zero-loss digital volume control allows it to be used as a preamplifier, directly feeding a power amp. Output Stage - Passive audio transformer, fed by high current, high speed analog amps producing double rate DSD. USB Digital Input Asynchronous 100% DSD BASED D-A CONVERTER FULLY BALANCED FROM INPUT TO OUTPUT ZERO-LOSS VOLUME CONTROL DXD SUPPORT DIRECT SIGNAL PASS WITH 1x MASTER CLOCK IMPROVES IMAGING + SOUNDSTAGE 7x DIGITAL INPUTS IMMUNE TO OUTSIDE SOURCE JITTER COLOR TOUCH SCREEN Mint condition. Factory double box and all accessories. Firmware v5.0.0 (Sunlight) installed. Luxurious remote which can control other PS Audio components too. New cost $6500 Asking $2900 Plus shipping and PayPal fee (Zelle, Venmo, PayPal Friends&Family - no fee) Class A+ Stereophile rated DirectStream DAC converts any digital input format from CDs, servers, and streamers, into a pure DSD format and outputs near-perfect analog directly to your power amplifier or preamplifier. Whatever the format, sample rate, or medium, DirectStream provides a pure output that fulfills the promise of high-resolution analog performance from digital sources. Hear what’s been missing in your music for all these years. If you know the sound of music and instruments and want to hear what’s been missing on your discs, then this DAC is right for you. Most of today’s sophisticated DACs are IC based instruments using off-the-shelf-chips that rely upon Multi-bit Sigma-Delta functions to process the incoming digital audio. While these are relatively simple to design and produce, they rarely give the best sonic results. DirectStream takes a different approach by first converting all digital audio signals into a purer form of digital audio known as DSD. DSD is a far more analog-like encoding and decoding process than the classic CD based PCM. In fact, most modern A/D converters used to make recordings are DSD based already. DirectStream takes both PCM and DSD, upsamples the data and converts to single-bit DSD and then outputs pure music regardless of input format for the data. The results of this design can be heard in increased musical information presented to the listener at every opportunity. When you listen to DirectStream you never are accosted by added bright, hard glare in the music as happens with many active designs. Instead, clean, pure music flows from the DirectStream directly to your preamplifier or power amplifier. Seller Anton_s0s Date 08/27/21 Price 2,900.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters  
  10. Time Left: 17 days and 17 hours

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    This is the one of the best DACs ever! The reason for sale - I have two of these: one in a living room, one in my office. I'm thinking of selling the one from the office because I just don't really listen to it much - COVID slowdown is over, so have to work. The DirectStream DAC is a reference standard D to A converter. It is unlike any standard chip-based DAC, and has received countless awards, worldwide. It handles all PCM sources up to 352.8 kHz, and DSD 64 and 128 (USB and I2S), and DSD256 (I2S). Its zero-loss digital volume control allows it to be used as a preamplifier, directly feeding a power amp. Output Stage - Passive audio transformer, fed by high current, high speed analog amps producing double rate DSD. USB Digital Input Asynchronous 100% DSD BASED D-A CONVERTER FULLY BALANCED FROM INPUT TO OUTPUT ZERO-LOSS VOLUME CONTROL DXD SUPPORT DIRECT SIGNAL PASS WITH 1x MASTER CLOCK IMPROVES IMAGING + SOUNDSTAGE 7x DIGITAL INPUTS IMMUNE TO OUTSIDE SOURCE JITTER COLOR TOUCH SCREEN Mint condition. Factory double box and all accessories. Firmware v5.0.0 (Sunlight) installed. Luxurious remote which can control other PS Audio components too. New cost $6500 Asking $2900 Plus shipping and PayPal fee (Zelle, Venmo, PayPal Friends&Family - no fee) Class A+ Stereophile rated DirectStream DAC converts any digital input format from CDs, servers, and streamers, into a pure DSD format and outputs near-perfect analog directly to your power amplifier or preamplifier. Whatever the format, sample rate, or medium, DirectStream provides a pure output that fulfills the promise of high-resolution analog performance from digital sources. Hear what’s been missing in your music for all these years. If you know the sound of music and instruments and want to hear what’s been missing on your discs, then this DAC is right for you. Most of today’s sophisticated DACs are IC based instruments using off-the-shelf-chips that rely upon Multi-bit Sigma-Delta functions to process the incoming digital audio. While these are relatively simple to design and produce, they rarely give the best sonic results. DirectStream takes a different approach by first converting all digital audio signals into a purer form of digital audio known as DSD. DSD is a far more analog-like encoding and decoding process than the classic CD based PCM. In fact, most modern A/D converters used to make recordings are DSD based already. DirectStream takes both PCM and DSD, upsamples the data and converts to single-bit DSD and then outputs pure music regardless of input format for the data. The results of this design can be heard in increased musical information presented to the listener at every opportunity. When you listen to DirectStream you never are accosted by added bright, hard glare in the music as happens with many active designs. Instead, clean, pure music flows from the DirectStream directly to your preamplifier or power amplifier.

    2,900.00 USD

  11. View Classified SOLD - SOLD - Border Patrol SE SPDIF (COAX input) R2R DAC - SOLD SOLD - SOLD - For sale is my Border Patrol SE SPDIF (COAX input) R2R DAC in perfect functional and excellent cosmetic condition with new NOS EZ80 vacuum tube (~20 hours). High quality, hand-crafted by the Border Patrol owner, and made in the USA (Maryland). I am asking $900 USD. It will ship from the Twin Cities, Minnesota 55337 USA. I will ship it via FedEx; local pickup/delivery is available. I accept PayPal, US Postal Money Orders, or cash if meeting in person. This is a great R2R DAC chip (TDA1543) with no over-sampling (NOS) and no digital filtering fed from a very sophisticated choke input, and vacuum tube rectified power supply that will make digital files and CDs sound natural and smooth, very close to vinyl. Please refer to the photos for the physical condition, as I could not see any scratches, dents, or cosmetic issues with my DAC. I can supply more photos upon request. Tube “rolling” is rewardingly addictive, and I was able to tailor the sonic signature by trying additional New Old Stock tubes, which I purchased online and in person. I am only including the new NOS EZ80 vacuum tube with ~20 hours on it. I would suggest you try other EZ80 and compatible 6V4 tubes in this DAC as they do change the sound characteristics. This DAC can also be used with vacuum tube “off” in the circuit if desired - depends on taste and type of music. The only time I enjoyed turning off the tube was with my Monoprice Monolith Liquid Platinum headphone amplifier and a few audio tracks, which seemed overly lush. 99.9% of the time the tube sounds better, but it is fun to experiment and have this option. There are many glowing reviews on this DAC and other “new” entry level R2R DACs. I was my second R2R DAC, and I like it better than the first (popular brand and all solid-state design), as the Border Patrol SE has a sweet, natural, open and organic sound and soundstage – these characteristics were the design goals for the Border Patrol SE DAC. Too many digital audio products sound processed, unnatural and un-involving and this is particularly true of many of the new generation of hi-resolution delta-sigma DAC’s. You’ll enjoy listening pleasure for hours without “digital” fatigue. I have thoroughly enjoyed it since the COVID-19 lockdown. I never used the stock power cord, as I have 10+ aftermarket power cords and enjoyed listening to the changes in the sound by swapping out different power cords. I settled on a “silver” power cord from TG Audio, which highlighted the detail and 3D-soundstaging characteristics of this DAC. I am only including the stock power cord, as the aftermarket power cords are dear to me. Border Patrol recommends to keep the DAC “powered on” 24/7 and just turn the tube on and off for listening sessions—this button on the front of the DAC powers the vacuum tube on and off. I only left the DAC powered “on” and the vacuum tube powered “off” on weekends, or when I could enjoy the DAC on multiple days/evenings in a row. Many Border Patrol SE owners have said this is the first DAC that they can listen to for long periods without irritation or fatigue and that lets them emotionally connect to digital music for the first time. Several vinyl diehards are now happily streaming and playing CD’s after previously giving up on digital audio. I am selling this SE DAC because I have brought home my “work” headphone audio system, which is another Border Patrol SE DAC that I purchased from the estate of a dear friend (it is not in good cosmetic condition). This SE unit is upgradable to the SEi version for $295, including return shipping from Border Patrol in Maryland USA. The “SEi” upgrade replaces the high quality “Musicap” capacitors with the Ultra Hi-End Jupiter beeswax cryogenically treated capacitors. After I sell this SE unit, I will consider upgrading my second unit to the SEi model, as I enjoy “changing” my music system. If you buy this SE, please enjoy it “as-is” and then if you like natural sounding “NOS” digital audio, consider upgrading it to the current SEi version and enjoy the transformation process, tube-rolling, and aftermarket power cords too! The SE DAC features: A non-oversampling (NOS), no digital filtering Phillips TDA1543 R2R DAC chip circuit with no output buffering. Plays files up to 24/96kHz via SPDIF(COAX) including TIDAL Master recordings. A painted copper metal chassis, which helps keep external (Wi-Fi, 2.4GHz, 5G, etc.) electronic/microwave noise out of the DAC. A tube/solid state hybrid choke input filter power supply featuring a vacuum tube rectifier. Border Patrol is the only company applying tube rectification and choke input filtering to digital circuits. Dimensions: W x D x H: 9 x 7x 3 inches (226 x 173 x 78mm) Shipping Weight: 8lb/4kg (it is solid and well built in the USA) Includes: Border Patrol SE DAC, Original box and packaging, original (“stock” OEM ) power cord, and manual are included. PLEASE NOTE: No extra tubes nor aftermarket power cords are included. This DAC is resolving and benefits from minor changes. I recommend you have fun trying different tubes and power cords to best match your system. Single Adult owner, no smoke, no funky smells, no pet, no children exposure—although I enjoy my friends' kids and pets, I don’t have any in my home. Seller bganz Date 07/25/21 Price 900.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters  
  12. Time Left: 14 days and 16 hours

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    SOLD - SOLD - For sale is my Border Patrol SE SPDIF (COAX input) R2R DAC in perfect functional and excellent cosmetic condition with new NOS EZ80 vacuum tube (~20 hours). High quality, hand-crafted by the Border Patrol owner, and made in the USA (Maryland). I am asking $900 USD. It will ship from the Twin Cities, Minnesota 55337 USA. I will ship it via FedEx; local pickup/delivery is available. I accept PayPal, US Postal Money Orders, or cash if meeting in person. This is a great R2R DAC chip (TDA1543) with no over-sampling (NOS) and no digital filtering fed from a very sophisticated choke input, and vacuum tube rectified power supply that will make digital files and CDs sound natural and smooth, very close to vinyl. Please refer to the photos for the physical condition, as I could not see any scratches, dents, or cosmetic issues with my DAC. I can supply more photos upon request. Tube “rolling” is rewardingly addictive, and I was able to tailor the sonic signature by trying additional New Old Stock tubes, which I purchased online and in person. I am only including the new NOS EZ80 vacuum tube with ~20 hours on it. I would suggest you try other EZ80 and compatible 6V4 tubes in this DAC as they do change the sound characteristics. This DAC can also be used with vacuum tube “off” in the circuit if desired - depends on taste and type of music. The only time I enjoyed turning off the tube was with my Monoprice Monolith Liquid Platinum headphone amplifier and a few audio tracks, which seemed overly lush. 99.9% of the time the tube sounds better, but it is fun to experiment and have this option. There are many glowing reviews on this DAC and other “new” entry level R2R DACs. I was my second R2R DAC, and I like it better than the first (popular brand and all solid-state design), as the Border Patrol SE has a sweet, natural, open and organic sound and soundstage – these characteristics were the design goals for the Border Patrol SE DAC. Too many digital audio products sound processed, unnatural and un-involving and this is particularly true of many of the new generation of hi-resolution delta-sigma DAC’s. You’ll enjoy listening pleasure for hours without “digital” fatigue. I have thoroughly enjoyed it since the COVID-19 lockdown. I never used the stock power cord, as I have 10+ aftermarket power cords and enjoyed listening to the changes in the sound by swapping out different power cords. I settled on a “silver” power cord from TG Audio, which highlighted the detail and 3D-soundstaging characteristics of this DAC. I am only including the stock power cord, as the aftermarket power cords are dear to me. Border Patrol recommends to keep the DAC “powered on” 24/7 and just turn the tube on and off for listening sessions—this button on the front of the DAC powers the vacuum tube on and off. I only left the DAC powered “on” and the vacuum tube powered “off” on weekends, or when I could enjoy the DAC on multiple days/evenings in a row. Many Border Patrol SE owners have said this is the first DAC that they can listen to for long periods without irritation or fatigue and that lets them emotionally connect to digital music for the first time. Several vinyl diehards are now happily streaming and playing CD’s after previously giving up on digital audio. I am selling this SE DAC because I have brought home my “work” headphone audio system, which is another Border Patrol SE DAC that I purchased from the estate of a dear friend (it is not in good cosmetic condition). This SE unit is upgradable to the SEi version for $295, including return shipping from Border Patrol in Maryland USA. The “SEi” upgrade replaces the high quality “Musicap” capacitors with the Ultra Hi-End Jupiter beeswax cryogenically treated capacitors. After I sell this SE unit, I will consider upgrading my second unit to the SEi model, as I enjoy “changing” my music system. If you buy this SE, please enjoy it “as-is” and then if you like natural sounding “NOS” digital audio, consider upgrading it to the current SEi version and enjoy the transformation process, tube-rolling, and aftermarket power cords too! The SE DAC features: A non-oversampling (NOS), no digital filtering Phillips TDA1543 R2R DAC chip circuit with no output buffering. Plays files up to 24/96kHz via SPDIF(COAX) including TIDAL Master recordings. A painted copper metal chassis, which helps keep external (Wi-Fi, 2.4GHz, 5G, etc.) electronic/microwave noise out of the DAC. A tube/solid state hybrid choke input filter power supply featuring a vacuum tube rectifier. Border Patrol is the only company applying tube rectification and choke input filtering to digital circuits. Dimensions: W x D x H: 9 x 7x 3 inches (226 x 173 x 78mm) Shipping Weight: 8lb/4kg (it is solid and well built in the USA) Includes: Border Patrol SE DAC, Original box and packaging, original (“stock” OEM ) power cord, and manual are included. PLEASE NOTE: No extra tubes nor aftermarket power cords are included. This DAC is resolving and benefits from minor changes. I recommend you have fun trying different tubes and power cords to best match your system. Single Adult owner, no smoke, no funky smells, no pet, no children exposure—although I enjoy my friends' kids and pets, I don’t have any in my home.

    900.00 USD

  13. View Classified EMM Labs DA2 V1 For your consideration EMM Labs DA2 V1 in mint condition. I am the original owner and DAC was purchased new in October 2018 from EMM Labs authorized dealer. Lots of glowing reviews online, IMO the DA2 is one of the best DAC’s currently available. This DAC does not come up often for sale so here is your opportunity to grab a DAC that simply transcends in transparency, details and sublime soundstage. The build quality is top notch as one would expect from EMM Labs. The recently released V2 upgrade is available at a additional cost of $5K. My dealer can assist you with the upgrade should you choose to go that route. Honestly, I did not felt the need to upgrade as V1 sounds superlative. The latest DA2 V2 now retails for $30K :-) Payment Terms: Wire Transfer or PayPal ‘friends n family’. You may use normal PayPal as long as you’re willing to absorb the 3% fee. I will pay shipping with insurance for safe arrival within 48 states. No International Sales! Serious inquiries, please refrain from audiophile curiosity questions. Key Features: • Ed Meitner’s proprietary discrete Dual Differential 16xDSD/DSD1024 DACs. • The enhanced MDAT2 DSP upsamples and conditions digital audio to sixteen times the SACD/DSD (45/49Mhz) samplerate. • Proprietary MFAST technology for getting rid of source jitter. • Proprietary Masterclock for sub-pico second jitter performance. • Uses our exclusive aerospace grade composite laminate pcbs. • Supports up to 24bit, 192kHz on all PCM inputs including USB • Supports DSD and 2xDSD streaming over USB • Supports 352 and 384DXD streaming over USB • Supports DSD for CD/SACD playback over EMM Optilink Specifications: Digital inputs: EMM Optilink (CD/SACD) AES/EBU, 2x S/PDIF Coax, 2x S/PDIF, TOS & USB up to 24bit/192kHz and DSD USB also supports 2xDSD, DXD (352/384kHz). Stereo Analog Outputs: XLR and RCA Output Impedance: 300 ohms balanced (XLR) 150 ohms unbalanced (RCA) Output Levels (High/Low): XLR outputs: 7.0/5.0V (+19.1/16.2dBu) RCA outputs: 3.5/2.5V (+13.1/10.2dBu) Power Supply: Proprietary high-isolation resonant mode power supply for silent & eco-friendly operation Dimensions: W x D x H: 438 x 400 x 161mm Weight: 17.2kg Seller zebo67 Date 07/06/21 Price 13,450.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters  
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    For your consideration EMM Labs DA2 V1 in mint condition. I am the original owner and DAC was purchased new in October 2018 from EMM Labs authorized dealer. Lots of glowing reviews online, IMO the DA2 is one of the best DAC’s currently available. This DAC does not come up often for sale so here is your opportunity to grab a DAC that simply transcends in transparency, details and sublime soundstage. The build quality is top notch as one would expect from EMM Labs. The recently released V2 upgrade is available at a additional cost of $5K. My dealer can assist you with the upgrade should you choose to go that route. Honestly, I did not felt the need to upgrade as V1 sounds superlative. The latest DA2 V2 now retails for $30K :-) Payment Terms: Wire Transfer or PayPal ‘friends n family’. You may use normal PayPal as long as you’re willing to absorb the 3% fee. I will pay shipping with insurance for safe arrival within 48 states. No International Sales! Serious inquiries, please refrain from audiophile curiosity questions. Key Features: • Ed Meitner’s proprietary discrete Dual Differential 16xDSD/DSD1024 DACs. • The enhanced MDAT2 DSP upsamples and conditions digital audio to sixteen times the SACD/DSD (45/49Mhz) samplerate. • Proprietary MFAST technology for getting rid of source jitter. • Proprietary Masterclock for sub-pico second jitter performance. • Uses our exclusive aerospace grade composite laminate pcbs. • Supports up to 24bit, 192kHz on all PCM inputs including USB • Supports DSD and 2xDSD streaming over USB • Supports 352 and 384DXD streaming over USB • Supports DSD for CD/SACD playback over EMM Optilink Specifications: Digital inputs: EMM Optilink (CD/SACD) AES/EBU, 2x S/PDIF Coax, 2x S/PDIF, TOS & USB up to 24bit/192kHz and DSD USB also supports 2xDSD, DXD (352/384kHz). Stereo Analog Outputs: XLR and RCA Output Impedance: 300 ohms balanced (XLR) 150 ohms unbalanced (RCA) Output Levels (High/Low): XLR outputs: 7.0/5.0V (+19.1/16.2dBu) RCA outputs: 3.5/2.5V (+13.1/10.2dBu) Power Supply: Proprietary high-isolation resonant mode power supply for silent & eco-friendly operation Dimensions: W x D x H: 438 x 400 x 161mm Weight: 17.2kg

    13,450.00 USD

  15. Hello to all I own since 2 months a DAC audio GD R8 2021 in replacement of a Network Player Lumin D1 and the choice towards the listening of a DAC R2R is up to my expectations. However another actor on the DAC market not to mention Denafrips produces quality DACS and the Pontus 2 which is in the same budget as the one I own seems to have serious assets. I didn't really find any comparison between the 2 brands in the different Forums or specialized magazines thank you for your feedback Sincerely cpasmoi
  16. View Classified Chord 2qute in Immaculate Condition (Make Best Offer) Accepting 'Best Offer' Selling my Chord 2Qute DAC which is in great working condition and has been well looked after. It's basically a Hugo with an improved USB input (galvanic isolation) more connection space, and no headphone amp. Comes with Original Adapter (OEM), Original Chord box packing and a USB cable. For Sale in US (48 States Only) Will cover Shipping, Insurance and PayPal fee of 3% Payment by PayPal only. Seller nrj08840 Date 02/03/21 Price 850.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters
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    Accepting 'Best Offer' Selling my Chord 2Qute DAC which is in great working condition and has been well looked after. It's basically a Hugo with an improved USB input (galvanic isolation) more connection space, and no headphone amp. Comes with Original Adapter (OEM), Original Chord box packing and a USB cable. For Sale in US (48 States Only) Will cover Shipping, Insurance and PayPal fee of 3% Payment by PayPal only.

    850.00 USD

  18. View Classified Aeolus Audio magiDAC The DAC is in excellent condition. The magiDAC is a unique transformer-coupled DAC. No tubes, caps or solid-state devices to add coloration. Inputs include USB, AES/EBU and Coax. The sale includes the magiDAC + external 2A, 12V power supply. It is a stellar performer! Paid $325, asking $99 I will ship anywhere in the continental U.S. Buyer pays shipping +3% Paypal fee. Seller gsquared Date 12/06/20 Price 99.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters
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    The DAC is in excellent condition. The magiDAC is a unique transformer-coupled DAC. No tubes, caps or solid-state devices to add coloration. Inputs include USB, AES/EBU and Coax. The sale includes the magiDAC + external 2A, 12V power supply. It is a stellar performer! Paid $325, asking $99 I will ship anywhere in the continental U.S. Buyer pays shipping +3% Paypal fee.

    99.00 USD

  20. View Classified Rega duo: DAC R + ARIA I am selling a fantastic duo of REGA DAC R and Rega Aria Pre-Phono Amp. Both items are in perfect functional and esthetic conditions. The DAC R has its own remote control. Both have box and manuals, and original recepit, as I am the original owner. Important: the DAC R works perfectly with Roon (!) Both are from 2017. Shipping and Paypal to be added. I can consider selling them separately, in this case the price is 850USD each Seller Argonath Date 11/29/20 Price 1,500.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters
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    I am selling a fantastic duo of REGA DAC R and Rega Aria Pre-Phono Amp. Both items are in perfect functional and esthetic conditions. The DAC R has its own remote control. Both have box and manuals, and original recepit, as I am the original owner. Important: the DAC R works perfectly with Roon (!) Both are from 2017. Shipping and Paypal to be added. I can consider selling them separately, in this case the price is 850USD each

    1,500.00 USD

  22. Wesion - Khadas, well known for the 99$ Khadas Tone Board DAC, has announced a sublimal successor for the beloved unit, here are the first renderings: The Tone2 pro - details: DAC + OPA1612 Op-Amps - Tone2 Pro combines the ESS ES9038Q2M with x4 OPA1612 operational amplifiers that deliver superior audio quality. High Performance - Up to 32bit 384KHz sample rate, bit-perfect DSD512, and -118dB THD+N (line-out). Balanced RCA - Next-generation "balanced RCA line-out" with 3-pin output, sets a new interface standard for the Hi-Fi industry. Balanced & SE headphone output - 3.5mm single-end headphone jack, paired with a 4.4mm balanced jack. Each headphone jack is powered by an independent amplification pathway. Linear Power Supply - Tone2 Pro has a second USB-C (I2S) port that supports 5V linear power supplies for ultra clean signal-to-noise ratios. Volume knob - Hybrid digital-analog control knob for headphone volume. RGB LED ring for status indication and feedback. Rotary-push encoder for mode selection. The unit deploys as well Hardware MQA Decoding through an XMOS XU216 processor for full MQA decoding, enabling next-gen "original master quality" web streaming and audio playback. It looks like the unit design is quite close to the initial ideas and demands from customer in Khadas' own support forum. In pre-sales the offer stands at 169$, later it will be available at 199$ via hifigo. I have requested a demo model today .. let's wait and see.. More information on: https://www.khadas.com/tone2pro?cid=d71395af-d297-4468-b3b9-42735d23ae4d&utm_campaign=0ed4141f-01b2-4b2f-b13b-1106fe233dcc&utm_medium=mail&utm_source=so
  23. Happy Holidays AS Members! I am interested in two DAC's that I may decide to purchase. The DAC's under consideration are the MHDT Orchid and the Lampizator Amber 3. I am seeking feedback from users that have experience with either or both DAC's. My current system consists of an Innuos music server/streamer with a Hegel integrated amp/dac. Looking to capture a bit more analog sound or warmth to my digital frontend. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
  24. Dear all, Is anyone using the Lampizator DAC with an CD Drive? As I am not using any computer audio / streaming device right now, I'd love to use it with a CD drive. Any experience to share? It it worth to upgrade, compared to built in DACs? Thanks, BR Peter
  25. View Classified Mytek Manhattan DAC II Hi all Selling my NIB Manhattan DAC II with Network card and Phono stage. It comes with all originals boxes/ packages and documentation. As new perfect condition. Seller Bling Date 08/16/20 Price 6,800.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters
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