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    Stunning 100% hand-built cult tube preamp with almost $1000 in NOS tubes. It is essentially new and just burned-in. It is such an incredible giant killer of a Pre that I wouldn't mind just keeping it for a second system later but hate to see it just sitting around. Normal wait time to have one of these built is 6 months to a year. I waited 6 months to get it and have only had it for 3. Only selling to move way up the ladder but its as good as 10-15k Pres. It is based on one stage, C3m in triode mode, in a transformer loaded circuit. Very short path, attenuation is via a Khozmo attenuator, and even this is excluded from the sound path, used only for shunting. The amplification factor is +6 dB. The wooden chassis is a complex layered structure, with great vibration adsorbing properties with no magnetic or conducting properties that avoids stray currents/grounds.The preamp is really difficult to overload, it will hold well input signal up to 5V RMS, and can provide with up to 20V RMS output. Normal listening position the own noise/hum level is less than -100dB. Here is some reading material: https://www.monoandstereo.com/2018/07/misho-myronov-tube-woodenamp.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/07/misho-myronovs-woodenamp-landed-at-my.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/07/more-misho-myronovs-woodenamp.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/09/the-full-monty.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/07/the-source.html Also good article by Kedar Desay http://zero-distortion.org/altec-assault-and-the-magic-of-misho/

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  2. View Classified Misho Myronov Handmade Tube Preamplifier Stunning 100% hand-built cult tube preamp with almost $1000 in NOS tubes. It is essentially new and just burned-in. It is such an incredible giant killer of a Pre that I wouldn't mind just keeping it for a second system later but hate to see it just sitting around. Normal wait time to have one of these built is 6 months to a year. I waited 6 months to get it and have only had it for 3. Only selling to move way up the ladder but its as good as 10-15k Pres. It is based on one stage, C3m in triode mode, in a transformer loaded circuit. Very short path, attenuation is via a Khozmo attenuator, and even this is excluded from the sound path, used only for shunting. The amplification factor is +6 dB. The wooden chassis is a complex layered structure, with great vibration adsorbing properties with no magnetic or conducting properties that avoids stray currents/grounds.The preamp is really difficult to overload, it will hold well input signal up to 5V RMS, and can provide with up to 20V RMS output. Normal listening position the own noise/hum level is less than -100dB. Here is some reading material: https://www.monoandstereo.com/2018/07/misho-myronov-tube-woodenamp.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/07/misho-myronovs-woodenamp-landed-at-my.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/07/more-misho-myronovs-woodenamp.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/09/the-full-monty.html https://twogoodears.blogspot.com/2018/07/the-source.html Also good article by Kedar Desay http://zero-distortion.org/altec-assault-and-the-magic-of-misho/ Seller Fadasan Date 11/01/21 Price 4,000.00 USD Category Amplifiers  
  3. 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

  5. View Classified Mytek Manhattan II Black REDUCED! For Sale is my Mytek Manhattan II. Purchased in 2019. It is up to date with the latest firmware for both the network card and the DAC. IT has MQA (if you're into that), its a ROON endpoint, a preamp with three analog inputs (2 RCA and 1 XLR). Add a USB drive with music to the back and play hi res directly, and Tidal and Quobuz using a MPD application like MConnect. It is an aamazing pice of engineering, that has run flawlessly during my time with it. $2900 including shipping (FEDEX Ground) and Paypal fees. Included is the original cable, remote, cone feet, box for both the card and the DAC, manual for the card, and a printed manual for the DAC. Firm. Please let me know if you have any questions. I have been a lurker on this site since the first days but I do not post. I would be happy to correspond about the unit if you have questions. Here are the specifications from the manual: • Conversion: up to 384k, 32bit PCM, native DSD up to DSD256, DXD, 130dB Dynamic Range • Analog outputs: RCA, balanced XLR, simultaneous • Headphone outputs: Reference High Current, High transient balanced Headphone Amp, 500mA, 6 Watts, dual headphone jacks, designed to drive hard to drive headphones. To connect balanced headphones special adapter is required - available saparately. • Built-in Attenuator: Choice of 1dB step analog attenuator, separate for main out and headphones, 1dB step digital 32 bit attenuator and purist relay bypass. • Mytek proprietary USB Audio Class 2, up to 32bit/384k, DSD256, also accepts digital AES, SPDIF and Toslink inputs. This USB interface also allows stacking of multiple Mytek units for multichannel operation. All digital inputs are available in DAW software simultaneously. • AES/EBU Input: PCM up to 24bit / 44.1kHz, 48.0kHz, 88.2kHz, 96.0kHz, 176.4kHz, 192.0kHz, 352.8kHz, 384.0kHz, DSD64 DSD128 (DoP) • 3x S/PDIF Coaxial Input: PCM up to 24bit / 44.1kHz, 48.0kHz, 88.2kHz, 96.0kHz, 176.4kHz, 192.0kHz, 352.8kHz, 384.0kHz, DSD64 DSD128 (DoP) • Toslink (S/PDIF Optical Input): PCM up to 24bit / 44.1kHz, 48.0kHz, 88.2kHz, 96.0kHz, 176.4kHz, DSD64 (DoP) • SDIF3 DSD Input: DSD64, DSD128, DSD256 (natively) • Mytek Femtoclock 0.82ps internal jitter, WordClock Input and Output (allows stacking multiple units for multichannel operation, includes mch DSD) • Built-in Analog Preamp: Line level input or Precision Phono M/M, M/C input, relay controlled. • Choice of Transparent Analog or Digital stepped volume control with "Bypass" option for the purest signal path. • Built in certified hardware Hi-Res MQA decoder • High definition metering with simultaneous RMS and peak indication • Five digital inputs are fitted (1x USB, 1x AES/EBU, 3x S/PDIF coaxial and 1x TOSLINK) which allow a wide range of digital sources to be connected. Seller Gonzo1 Date 09/01/21 Price 2,900.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters  
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    For Sale is my Mytek Manhattan II. Purchased in 2019. It is up to date with the latest firmware for both the network card and the DAC. IT has MQA (if you're into that), its a ROON endpoint, a preamp with three analog inputs (2 RCA and 1 XLR). Add a USB drive with music to the back and play hi res directly, and Tidal and Quobuz using a MPD application like MConnect. It is an aamazing pice of engineering, that has run flawlessly during my time with it. $2900 including shipping (FEDEX Ground) and Paypal fees. Included is the original cable, remote, cone feet, box for both the card and the DAC, manual for the card, and a printed manual for the DAC. Firm. Please let me know if you have any questions. I have been a lurker on this site since the first days but I do not post. I would be happy to correspond about the unit if you have questions. Here are the specifications from the manual: • Conversion: up to 384k, 32bit PCM, native DSD up to DSD256, DXD, 130dB Dynamic Range • Analog outputs: RCA, balanced XLR, simultaneous • Headphone outputs: Reference High Current, High transient balanced Headphone Amp, 500mA, 6 Watts, dual headphone jacks, designed to drive hard to drive headphones. To connect balanced headphones special adapter is required - available saparately. • Built-in Attenuator: Choice of 1dB step analog attenuator, separate for main out and headphones, 1dB step digital 32 bit attenuator and purist relay bypass. • Mytek proprietary USB Audio Class 2, up to 32bit/384k, DSD256, also accepts digital AES, SPDIF and Toslink inputs. This USB interface also allows stacking of multiple Mytek units for multichannel operation. All digital inputs are available in DAW software simultaneously. • AES/EBU Input: PCM up to 24bit / 44.1kHz, 48.0kHz, 88.2kHz, 96.0kHz, 176.4kHz, 192.0kHz, 352.8kHz, 384.0kHz, DSD64 DSD128 (DoP) • 3x S/PDIF Coaxial Input: PCM up to 24bit / 44.1kHz, 48.0kHz, 88.2kHz, 96.0kHz, 176.4kHz, 192.0kHz, 352.8kHz, 384.0kHz, DSD64 DSD128 (DoP) • Toslink (S/PDIF Optical Input): PCM up to 24bit / 44.1kHz, 48.0kHz, 88.2kHz, 96.0kHz, 176.4kHz, DSD64 (DoP) • SDIF3 DSD Input: DSD64, DSD128, DSD256 (natively) • Mytek Femtoclock 0.82ps internal jitter, WordClock Input and Output (allows stacking multiple units for multichannel operation, includes mch DSD) • Built-in Analog Preamp: Line level input or Precision Phono M/M, M/C input, relay controlled. • Choice of Transparent Analog or Digital stepped volume control with "Bypass" option for the purest signal path. • Built in certified hardware Hi-Res MQA decoder • High definition metering with simultaneous RMS and peak indication • Five digital inputs are fitted (1x USB, 1x AES/EBU, 3x S/PDIF coaxial and 1x TOSLINK) which allow a wide range of digital sources to be connected.

    2,900.00 USD

  7. Hi all, I built the In-Khan-Neatos about two years ago for an in-wall replacement for some mains that failed, they have worked out great. At the time I was using a HK PA4000 100Wx2 setting amp, a HK3375 as a pre and streaming music using a laptop headphone jack to RCA outs. When I replaced the speakers I moved to Schiit passive Pre and also moved to a Schiit Bifrost DAC. The speakers as I said are great and the gear helped improve the sound as well. Well I am thinking I can do better than 15 year old HK PA4000 and I have always been interested in tubes. My main question is how much power in a an amp do I need for the these speakers. I was thinking about going for a whole Schiit system with the Vidar amp (maybe two if that much power is better) and the Freya pre and the price is right. In my main system I have an old Hafler amp rebuilt by Audio by VanAlstine which is great. So that has also had me looking at his stuff (the price goes up). He has a SS amp with 150W per channel or a tubed version which is 200W per channel. I am also looking at his tubed preamps (two versions). With the In-Khan-Neatos, I think they can reproduce the cleanest sound I can feed them so that is what I am looking for. With the power question, can you have to much (I assume so because you are over spending), If you have too much do you just use less dial on the pre. Thanks for the advice and help. http://www.divine-audio.com/in-khan-neatos/ https://avahifi.com/ http://www.schiit.com/ https://www.cnet.com/products/harman-kardon-pa-4000-amplifier/specs/
  8. I've been looking for a preamp for my main system for more than a year, but recently I got some bad news about the leading candidate and it now looks like I'm going to have to go the custom route, unless someone knows of a readily available product that meets my needs. System outline: 1. 2 DACs, both XLR outputs only. 2. 5 amps, all XLR inputs only. 3. Only listen to stereo, no multichannel. 4. Only ever use 1 DAC + 1 amp at a time. 5. Overview: - The 2 DACs are just different flavours and basically "spot 2" is for visiting DACs that I'm trying to get a feel for. But only XLR. - The 5 amps are 4 for headphones and 1 pair of active monitors. Due to my setting, I can't rock the speakers all the time and never in the day time. But I like to listen to them when I can. The 4 amps are just ideal pairings for 4 different headphones. I've got rack space and since the amps and the headphones aren't too big or unwieldy like speakers are, I can handle owning multiple sets geared towards specific musical styles/my mood. - I want it all connected, all the time. I will power components on or off as needed, but I don't want to deal with plugging or unplugging anything. **I did find that a pro-audio "mixer" is pretty much what I'm looking for in regards to I/O and I/O isolation/impedance matching. However, they're mostly pretty ugly, don't have a remote, have too many dials, and won't look good on an audio shelf/rack with all my other components. -> that is, unless someone knows a good one that mostly fits my needs listed below 🙂 Preamp requirements: 1. Needs 2x XLR ins + 5x XLR outs. 2. Everything must be able to be connected at all times and not have any performance difference vs. unplugging anything. 3. Due to impedance loads, the outputs will all need to be isolated and buffered to allow all amps to be connected simultaneously, but not create a parallel impedance situation where the input impedance seen by the preamp is too low. 4. I don't want anything run in parallel, such as input/DAC 1 is "on" and then all outputs are also "on". Only 1 input and 1 output can be active at any time. 5. Must work via remote. Apple remote is a handy one. *A great reference is this custom LDR preamp built by Mike at Redstone Electronics. Mike doesn't do contract work anymore and there are some differences, but overall it's a great reference and he did a beautiful job. Look how flush the OLED is mounted... Nice stuff, but not 'needs': 1. Volume memory for each "input+output" combination from last use. 2. Use Tortuga Audio LDR preamp boards. 3. Use Tortuga Audio OLED display and Apple remote receiver. 4. Use a tube buffer for the outputs. 5. Use output transformers after the solid-state/tubes to create a pure balanced XLR signal (akin to Empirical Audio's Final Drive component). Price range: $2000-4000. *we'll try to mitigate the custom casework costs somehow and put the majority of dollars into the component and workmanship. So, I'm hoping someone can give me some advice on where to post this info to find a builder, or if you are one, to contact me via PM. Or if anyone knows a suitable preamp that's got 2x XLR balanced ins + 5x XLR balanced outs and can deal with all being connected all the time, then post it up.
  9. This unit is the Demo Unit that we have used at AXPONA and Capital Audiofest. I have used this unit in other Demo applications so it has maybe 150 to 200 hours on it. It replaced a PS Audio BHK and paired with single ended amps was a clear step forward. Will come with a full five year warranty on the unit and six months on the tubes. Five single ended inputs, a tape loop, two single ended outputs, and a truly amazing headphone amp makes this a very special centerpiece to any system. Even better, this unit is equipped with variable gain and you can switch between 0dB and 25dB making it highly flexible for both headphone and speaker use. The same circuits are used for both making this by far the best headphone amp I have ever hear. This is a factory demo unit and will come with the full five year warranty on product, six months on the tubes. I will pay for shipping or local pickup in Greenwich, CT. No Paypal or CC fees. Sales tax only if purchased in CT. Read the review here:https://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/artaudio9/artaudio.html
  10. This was VTL’s reference preamp. A complete dual mono design from its two power cords to separate power supplies, dual circuits, to four outputs (2 per channel). I’ve had the pre for about 5 years. It has been serviced and any components that were not to spec have been replaced. All of the tubes test at the upper end of the range. So you should get years of trouble free enjoyment from what is regarded by many as a superb piece of hifi gear. The only reason that I’m getting rid of it is that I was smitten recently by a bad case of updateitis. Given our new near compulsory staying at home, you too might be wanting to work on your couches ar$e groove while listing to your music afresh. This pre will let you discover nuances that you didn’t know were in the recordings and deliver a real sense of timber and realism to the instruments that you’re listening too. I’d rate it cosmetically at 7.5/10 and sound at 10/10. See the photo’s. While the model number indicates a MM phone stage, you’ll see that there’s an input marked MC. You’ll also see twin rotary switches near the phono inputs. These provide for capacitance matching on a MM cart. A true audiophile classic. It can be auditioned in Ballarat, Australia (having regard for COVID-19 physical distancing requirements apply!). Ideally pick up from here. However, I can supervise a professional packing/shipping company at buyers cost. I would also consider deliver to an address or meeting place within 100 kms of Ballarat. Asking $2500 Australian peso's (About $1540 US) I’m also selling separately a pair of VTL De Luxe 160 mono blocks. (See separate ad.)
  11. View Classified Auralic Vega DAC with Integrated Preamplifier One carefully looked after AURALIC VEGA Digital Audio Processor with integrated preamplifier I bought this device from Audio Emotion in September 2013 and have enjoyed it for the past six years. The run hours counter shows 2680. All the features work on this DAC as does the remote. DAC comes with its original box, mains lead, CD and user manual. Extract from the Manufacturers User’s Guide. Revision 1.1 · AURALiC Sanctuary Audio Processor Sanctuary audio processor, the heart of VEGA, is based on multi-core ARM9 architecture with calculating capability at 1000MIPS, ideal for handling multi-channel high resolution music. VEGA supportS DXD format (352.8KS/s and 384KS/s PCM signals in 32bit) as well as DSD stream at2.8224MHz and 5.6448MHz in native through 'DoP V1.1' transmission protocol. · Megahertz Upsampling The internal megahertz up sampling algorithm can process and up-sample all incoming PCM signals to technology process and up-sampling all incoming PCM signal to about 1.5MHz in 32bit depth. Which not only improves the precision of the DAC, but also create a new Nyquist frequency for all PCM signals farther away from the top end of audio frequency. As a result, our engineers are able to design a brand new analogue circuit structure with larger bandwidth and faster slew rate. · Femto Master Clock Femto master clock utilizes aerospace grade crystal oscillator, ultra low noise linear power supply and temperature compensation technology to generate the master clock with extremely low jitter at 82 femtoseconds. More importunately, the phase noise which affect sound quality a lot has been dramatically reduced to -168dBc/Hz. · Flexible Filter Mode VEGA has six built-in modes each contains several digital filters optimized for corresponding sampling rate. These filters are developed under AURALiC's subjective auditory sense and objective testing data relationship models with the goal of optimizing the listening experience of different music in all formats. · AURALiC ORFEO Class-A Output Module In order to drive various loads, matching different power amplifiers, VEGA is equipped with AURALiC's patented ORFEO Class-A module. The principle of this module is to use a mass of small signal components with best linear characteristic. By packing them though a thermal balance procedure and biasing the transistors into Class-A, ORFEO achieves impressive performance with open loop distortion less than 0.001%. Specification: Frequency Response 20 - 20KHz, +/- 0.1dB* THD+N <0.0003%, 20Hz-20KHz at 0dBFS Dynamic Range 130dB, 20Hz-20KHz, A-weighted Digital Inputs 1*AES/EBU 2*Coaxial 1*Toslink 1*USB 2.0 buffered by ActiveUSB™ Analog Outputs 1*Balanced XLR(output impedance 4.7ohm) 1*Single-ended RCA(output impedance 50ohm) Supported Digital Formats All PCM from 44.1KS/s to 384KS/s in 32Bit** DSD64, DSD128, DSD256*** Output Voltage 4Vrms at Max. with dynamic-loss-free digital volume User Interface AURALiC RC-1 remote control 512*64 pixels OLED Display Power Consumption Standby: <2W Sleep: <10W Playback: 15W at max. Dimension 11''W x 9''D x 2.6''H (33cm x 23cm x 6.5cm) The unit weight is 3.3kg. * Tested under Mode #1 for all sampling rates * 352.8KS/s and 384KS/s are supported through USB only * By ‘DoP v1.1’ protocol through USB only Serial number 1736 If you need to connect this DAC to your Windows OS based music server/pc. The device driver CD is included, however, a more up to date version is available on the manufacturers support web page. Postage and Payment; I would prefer to to sell this to someone in the UK for cash but can ship to Western Europe if you would agree to pay the extra postage and insurance costs. Price ex postage £890 or nearest offer. Seller TS1972 Date 06/07/20 Price 1,130.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products
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    One carefully looked after AURALIC VEGA Digital Audio Processor with integrated preamplifier I bought this device from Audio Emotion in September 2013 and have enjoyed it for the past six years. The run hours counter shows 2680. All the features work on this DAC as does the remote. DAC comes with its original box, mains lead, CD and user manual. Extract from the Manufacturers User’s Guide. Revision 1.1 · AURALiC Sanctuary Audio Processor Sanctuary audio processor, the heart of VEGA, is based on multi-core ARM9 architecture with calculating capability at 1000MIPS, ideal for handling multi-channel high resolution music. VEGA supportS DXD format (352.8KS/s and 384KS/s PCM signals in 32bit) as well as DSD stream at2.8224MHz and 5.6448MHz in native through 'DoP V1.1' transmission protocol. · Megahertz Upsampling The internal megahertz up sampling algorithm can process and up-sample all incoming PCM signals to technology process and up-sampling all incoming PCM signal to about 1.5MHz in 32bit depth. Which not only improves the precision of the DAC, but also create a new Nyquist frequency for all PCM signals farther away from the top end of audio frequency. As a result, our engineers are able to design a brand new analogue circuit structure with larger bandwidth and faster slew rate. · Femto Master Clock Femto master clock utilizes aerospace grade crystal oscillator, ultra low noise linear power supply and temperature compensation technology to generate the master clock with extremely low jitter at 82 femtoseconds. More importunately, the phase noise which affect sound quality a lot has been dramatically reduced to -168dBc/Hz. · Flexible Filter Mode VEGA has six built-in modes each contains several digital filters optimized for corresponding sampling rate. These filters are developed under AURALiC's subjective auditory sense and objective testing data relationship models with the goal of optimizing the listening experience of different music in all formats. · AURALiC ORFEO Class-A Output Module In order to drive various loads, matching different power amplifiers, VEGA is equipped with AURALiC's patented ORFEO Class-A module. The principle of this module is to use a mass of small signal components with best linear characteristic. By packing them though a thermal balance procedure and biasing the transistors into Class-A, ORFEO achieves impressive performance with open loop distortion less than 0.001%. Specification: Frequency Response 20 - 20KHz, +/- 0.1dB* THD+N <0.0003%, 20Hz-20KHz at 0dBFS Dynamic Range 130dB, 20Hz-20KHz, A-weighted Digital Inputs 1*AES/EBU 2*Coaxial 1*Toslink 1*USB 2.0 buffered by ActiveUSB™ Analog Outputs 1*Balanced XLR(output impedance 4.7ohm) 1*Single-ended RCA(output impedance 50ohm) Supported Digital Formats All PCM from 44.1KS/s to 384KS/s in 32Bit** DSD64, DSD128, DSD256*** Output Voltage 4Vrms at Max. with dynamic-loss-free digital volume User Interface AURALiC RC-1 remote control 512*64 pixels OLED Display Power Consumption Standby: <2W Sleep: <10W Playback: 15W at max. Dimension 11''W x 9''D x 2.6''H (33cm x 23cm x 6.5cm) The unit weight is 3.3kg. * Tested under Mode #1 for all sampling rates * 352.8KS/s and 384KS/s are supported through USB only * By ‘DoP v1.1’ protocol through USB only Serial number 1736 If you need to connect this DAC to your Windows OS based music server/pc. The device driver CD is included, however, a more up to date version is available on the manufacturers support web page. Postage and Payment; I would prefer to to sell this to someone in the UK for cash but can ship to Western Europe if you would agree to pay the extra postage and insurance costs. Price ex postage £890 or nearest offer.

    1,130.00 USD

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