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  1. View Classified UpTone Audio UltraCap LPS-1.2 + UpTone Power Supply + Output Display Gently used, excellent condition. Board version 1.4. [Note - I have two of these for sale, listed separately] From UltraCap LPS-1.2 – UpTone Audio: The world's first bank-switching, microprocessor-controller, ultracapacitor-based, ultra-low-noise external linear power supply has arrived! In development for more than a year, and with 262 parts on the double-sided, 4-layer circuit board, this tour de force of engineering challenges traditional notions about what is important in power supply design. Use of the UltraCap™ LPS-1.2 in a quality music reproduction system will yield surprisingly audible improvements, and we invite comparisons to any other low voltage linear power supply. The LPS-1.2 is a single output, 1.1-amp linear power supply intended for powering a wide range of audio and computer devices. Examples include: UpTone's own ISO REGEN, the Sonore microRendu and ultraRendu, SOtM streamers, small DACs and headphone amps, USB>S/PDIF converters, specialty computer USB cards, SSDs, fibre media converters, PS Audio LANRover, SqueezeBox Touch, etc. A switch on the back of the LPS-1.2 allows for setting of the output voltage to 5V, 7V, 9V, or 12 volts. The input and output jacks of the LPS-1 are standard 5.5mm x 2.1mm size DC barrel connectors. "I recently replaced one of my LPS-1 with LPS-1.2, and like the result quite a bit. While trying this new supply, I also put it in other positions in my system to compare, the result in raising the SQ seems consistent, so a week later, I ordered another two to replace two other LPS-1's I have. With one week of burn-in, I am pleasantly surprised how much more the improvement is. I knew the improvement would be quite tangible, but for sure was not prepared to be this much. Overall detail retrieval, smoothness, dimensional layering, space between instruments are all took a nice step up. Kudos to UpTone for this fine product!" —Kevin S., Fremont, California Note, The UltraCap LPS-1.2 has a small, 3-pin (standard 0.1” header pin spacing) port for measuring output voltage and device current draw. Typically measuring the current draw of a device requires putting an ammeter in series with the power cable (DC or AC) feeding it. But this clever port provides a measurement of current with a voltage: 1 Volt equals 1 Amp. So if you measure 0.2V (across the pins labeled ‘G’—for ground—and ‘I’—for current), that means the device you have attached to the output is drawing 0.2A or 200mA. The pin labeled ‘V’ always outputs the voltage that the LPS-1.2 is set to. Small displays are available cheaply to use this. I am including such a display which can be inserted into the GVI header (black wire goes to the 'G' pin) for real-time monitoring of output amperage! Note, UpTone is NOT accepting orders for these due to supply shortages, so your only chance to get one is the secondary market. Price includes shipping to CONUS only and PayPal fees. Seller Jeremy Anderson Date 04/29/22 Price 400.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products  
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    Gently used, excellent condition. Board version 1.4. [Note - I have two of these for sale, listed separately] From UltraCap LPS-1.2 – UpTone Audio: The world's first bank-switching, microprocessor-controller, ultracapacitor-based, ultra-low-noise external linear power supply has arrived! In development for more than a year, and with 262 parts on the double-sided, 4-layer circuit board, this tour de force of engineering challenges traditional notions about what is important in power supply design. Use of the UltraCap™ LPS-1.2 in a quality music reproduction system will yield surprisingly audible improvements, and we invite comparisons to any other low voltage linear power supply. The LPS-1.2 is a single output, 1.1-amp linear power supply intended for powering a wide range of audio and computer devices. Examples include: UpTone's own ISO REGEN, the Sonore microRendu and ultraRendu, SOtM streamers, small DACs and headphone amps, USB>S/PDIF converters, specialty computer USB cards, SSDs, fibre media converters, PS Audio LANRover, SqueezeBox Touch, etc. A switch on the back of the LPS-1.2 allows for setting of the output voltage to 5V, 7V, 9V, or 12 volts. The input and output jacks of the LPS-1 are standard 5.5mm x 2.1mm size DC barrel connectors. "I recently replaced one of my LPS-1 with LPS-1.2, and like the result quite a bit. While trying this new supply, I also put it in other positions in my system to compare, the result in raising the SQ seems consistent, so a week later, I ordered another two to replace two other LPS-1's I have. With one week of burn-in, I am pleasantly surprised how much more the improvement is. I knew the improvement would be quite tangible, but for sure was not prepared to be this much. Overall detail retrieval, smoothness, dimensional layering, space between instruments are all took a nice step up. Kudos to UpTone for this fine product!" —Kevin S., Fremont, California Note, The UltraCap LPS-1.2 has a small, 3-pin (standard 0.1” header pin spacing) port for measuring output voltage and device current draw. Typically measuring the current draw of a device requires putting an ammeter in series with the power cable (DC or AC) feeding it. But this clever port provides a measurement of current with a voltage: 1 Volt equals 1 Amp. So if you measure 0.2V (across the pins labeled ‘G’—for ground—and ‘I’—for current), that means the device you have attached to the output is drawing 0.2A or 200mA. The pin labeled ‘V’ always outputs the voltage that the LPS-1.2 is set to. Small displays are available cheaply to use this. I am including such a display which can be inserted into the GVI header (black wire goes to the 'G' pin) for real-time monitoring of output amperage! Note, UpTone is NOT accepting orders for these due to supply shortages, so your only chance to get one is the secondary market. Price includes shipping to CONUS only and PayPal fees.

    400.00 USD

  3. View Classified UpTone Audio UltraCap LPS-1.2 + UpTone Power Supply + Output Display Gently used, excellent condition. Board version 1.4. [Note - I have two of these for sale, listed separately] From UltraCap LPS-1.2 – UpTone Audio: The world's first bank-switching, microprocessor-controller, ultracapacitor-based, ultra-low-noise external linear power supply has arrived! In development for more than a year, and with 262 parts on the double-sided, 4-layer circuit board, this tour de force of engineering challenges traditional notions about what is important in power supply design. Use of the UltraCap™ LPS-1.2 in a quality music reproduction system will yield surprisingly audible improvements, and we invite comparisons to any other low voltage linear power supply. The LPS-1.2 is a single output, 1.1-amp linear power supply intended for powering a wide range of audio and computer devices. Examples include: UpTone's own ISO REGEN, the Sonore microRendu and ultraRendu, SOtM streamers, small DACs and headphone amps, USB>S/PDIF converters, specialty computer USB cards, SSDs, fibre media converters, PS Audio LANRover, SqueezeBox Touch, etc. A switch on the back of the LPS-1.2 allows for setting of the output voltage to 5V, 7V, 9V, or 12 volts. The input and output jacks of the LPS-1 are standard 5.5mm x 2.1mm size DC barrel connectors. "I recently replaced one of my LPS-1 with LPS-1.2, and like the result quite a bit. While trying this new supply, I also put it in other positions in my system to compare, the result in raising the SQ seems consistent, so a week later, I ordered another two to replace two other LPS-1's I have. With one week of burn-in, I am pleasantly surprised how much more the improvement is. I knew the improvement would be quite tangible, but for sure was not prepared to be this much. Overall detail retrieval, smoothness, dimensional layering, space between instruments are all took a nice step up. Kudos to UpTone for this fine product!" —Kevin S., Fremont, California Note, The UltraCap LPS-1.2 has a small, 3-pin (standard 0.1” header pin spacing) port for measuring output voltage and device current draw. Typically measuring the current draw of a device requires putting an ammeter in series with the power cable (DC or AC) feeding it. But this clever port provides a measurement of current with a voltage: 1 Volt equals 1 Amp. So if you measure 0.2V (across the pins labeled ‘G’—for ground—and ‘I’—for current), that means the device you have attached to the output is drawing 0.2A or 200mA. The pin labeled ‘V’ always outputs the voltage that the LPS-1.2 is set to. Small displays are available cheaply to use this. I am including such a display which can be inserted into the GVI header (black wire goes to the 'G' pin) for real-time monitoring of output amperage! Note, UpTone is NOT accepting orders for these due to supply shortages, so your only chance to get one is the secondary market. Price includes shipping to CONUS only and PayPal fees. Seller Jeremy Anderson Date 04/29/22 Price 400.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products  
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    Gently used, excellent condition. Board version 1.4. [Note - I have two of these for sale, listed separately] From UltraCap LPS-1.2 – UpTone Audio: The world's first bank-switching, microprocessor-controller, ultracapacitor-based, ultra-low-noise external linear power supply has arrived! In development for more than a year, and with 262 parts on the double-sided, 4-layer circuit board, this tour de force of engineering challenges traditional notions about what is important in power supply design. Use of the UltraCap™ LPS-1.2 in a quality music reproduction system will yield surprisingly audible improvements, and we invite comparisons to any other low voltage linear power supply. The LPS-1.2 is a single output, 1.1-amp linear power supply intended for powering a wide range of audio and computer devices. Examples include: UpTone's own ISO REGEN, the Sonore microRendu and ultraRendu, SOtM streamers, small DACs and headphone amps, USB>S/PDIF converters, specialty computer USB cards, SSDs, fibre media converters, PS Audio LANRover, SqueezeBox Touch, etc. A switch on the back of the LPS-1.2 allows for setting of the output voltage to 5V, 7V, 9V, or 12 volts. The input and output jacks of the LPS-1 are standard 5.5mm x 2.1mm size DC barrel connectors. "I recently replaced one of my LPS-1 with LPS-1.2, and like the result quite a bit. While trying this new supply, I also put it in other positions in my system to compare, the result in raising the SQ seems consistent, so a week later, I ordered another two to replace two other LPS-1's I have. With one week of burn-in, I am pleasantly surprised how much more the improvement is. I knew the improvement would be quite tangible, but for sure was not prepared to be this much. Overall detail retrieval, smoothness, dimensional layering, space between instruments are all took a nice step up. Kudos to UpTone for this fine product!" —Kevin S., Fremont, California Note, The UltraCap LPS-1.2 has a small, 3-pin (standard 0.1” header pin spacing) port for measuring output voltage and device current draw. Typically measuring the current draw of a device requires putting an ammeter in series with the power cable (DC or AC) feeding it. But this clever port provides a measurement of current with a voltage: 1 Volt equals 1 Amp. So if you measure 0.2V (across the pins labeled ‘G’—for ground—and ‘I’—for current), that means the device you have attached to the output is drawing 0.2A or 200mA. The pin labeled ‘V’ always outputs the voltage that the LPS-1.2 is set to. Small displays are available cheaply to use this. I am including such a display which can be inserted into the GVI header (black wire goes to the 'G' pin) for real-time monitoring of output amperage! Note, UpTone is NOT accepting orders for these due to supply shortages, so your only chance to get one is the secondary market. Price includes shipping to CONUS only and PayPal fees.

    400.00 USD

  5. View Classified UpTone Audio ISO REGEN, USPCB A>B Adapter, Meanwell PSU From the UpTone ISO REGEN page: The UpTone Audio ISO REGEN is the first device—designed specifically for quality music systems—to deliver both true high-speed galvanic isolation and extremely high signal integrity in a single, small and affordable package. The ISO REGEN includes many significant enhancements over our famous USB REGEN (almost 4,000 sold worldwide)—the original device which changed the way audiophiles think about what matters in USB audio—and which spawned a number of imitators. Using and enjoying the dramatic musical benefits of the ISO REGEN is simple: Just insert it between your USB source and DAC. No software drivers are needed, your computer will “see” your DAC though the ‘hub” of the REGEN. All music data-stream formats are supported. And you won’t need any additional USB cables! NOTE: This unit is no longer available from UPTONE because the Silanna ICE09USB galvanic isolation chip was discontinued by the manufacturer two years ago and all stocks are gone. If you want one the only way to get it is on the used market. Includes the highly regarded USPCB A>B Adapter to go from USB A to B and a Meanwell 7.5V power supply. USPCB A>B Adapter – UpTone Audio ISO REGEN – UpTone Audio Price includes shipping to CONUS only and PayPal fees. Pairs well with an UpTone LPS 1.2. I have a couple of them for sale. If you want to buy several items from me, I can offer a discount. DM me and we'll work something out. Seller Jeremy Anderson Date 04/29/22 Price 300.00 USD Category Computers / Networking Gear  
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    From the UpTone ISO REGEN page: The UpTone Audio ISO REGEN is the first device—designed specifically for quality music systems—to deliver both true high-speed galvanic isolation and extremely high signal integrity in a single, small and affordable package. The ISO REGEN includes many significant enhancements over our famous USB REGEN (almost 4,000 sold worldwide)—the original device which changed the way audiophiles think about what matters in USB audio—and which spawned a number of imitators. Using and enjoying the dramatic musical benefits of the ISO REGEN is simple: Just insert it between your USB source and DAC. No software drivers are needed, your computer will “see” your DAC though the ‘hub” of the REGEN. All music data-stream formats are supported. And you won’t need any additional USB cables! NOTE: This unit is no longer available from UPTONE because the Silanna ICE09USB galvanic isolation chip was discontinued by the manufacturer two years ago and all stocks are gone. If you want one the only way to get it is on the used market. Includes the highly regarded USPCB A>B Adapter to go from USB A to B and a Meanwell 7.5V power supply. USPCB A>B Adapter – UpTone Audio ISO REGEN – UpTone Audio Price includes shipping to CONUS only and PayPal fees. Pairs well with an UpTone LPS 1.2. I have a couple of them for sale. If you want to buy several items from me, I can offer a discount. DM me and we'll work something out.

    300.00 USD

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    The excellent new UpTone UltraCap LPS-1.2 power supply for sale. In excellent condition with its box. Payment via PayPal. Shipping is included in the price.

    340.00 USD

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    I am looking for UpTone EtherREGEN for immediate purchase. Preferably from Europe. I can allocate up to 500 euros.

    550.00 USD

  9. UpTone EtherREGEN View Classified I am looking for UpTone EtherREGEN for immediate purchase. Preferably from Europe. I can allocate up to 500 euros. Seller kostas6a3 Date 02/23/22 Price 550.00 USD Category Computers / Networking Gear  
  10. View Classified EtherRegen I hereby offer my Uptone EtherRegen for sale. The unit is 5 months old and like new. Original packaging, power cord (US), manual and power supply are included. As it was originally shipped. I'm in the Netherlands, shipping worldwide (subject to import duties and VAT outside EU). Asking 550 euro's, ex shipping cost. Seller Pablooo Date 02/06/21 Price Category Computers / Networking Gear
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    I hereby offer my Uptone EtherRegen for sale. The unit is 5 months old and like new. Original packaging, power cord (US), manual and power supply are included. As it was originally shipped. I'm in the Netherlands, shipping worldwide (subject to import duties and VAT outside EU). Asking 550 euro's, ex shipping cost.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  12. View Classified Sonore Microrendu with Uptone Power Supply and and USPCB A>B Adapter Sonore Microrendu for sale $275. (Retail Price $429 new B-Stock) Perfect working condition and appearance. I will include a new Uptone Power Supply which is better than the original supplied supply and an Uptone USPCB A>B Adapter which most reviewers report to sound better than most sanely priced USB cables. The combined retail of these additional items alone is $57 new. Selling as I moved up to the OpticalRendu. Priced to sell. Seller sandston Date 07/13/20 Price 275.00 USD Category Music Servers / Streamers
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    Sonore Microrendu for sale $275. (Retail Price $429 new B-Stock) Perfect working condition and appearance. I will include a new Uptone Power Supply which is better than the original supplied supply and an Uptone USPCB A>B Adapter which most reviewers report to sound better than most sanely priced USB cables. The combined retail of these additional items alone is $57 new. Selling as I moved up to the OpticalRendu. Priced to sell.

    275.00 USD

  14. Due to some reconfiguration in my system, I have 2x LPS-1.2 units that are surplus to my needs. Both are in excellent condition, and come with all original packaging and accessories. Price: $360 each if bought individually, $700 the pair. Payment: PayPal, Venmo, or Zelle Shipping: Free shipping to Continental US, international buyers pay actual shipping.
  15. Very curious as to whether anyone has had an opportunity to compare these two fine products.
  16. Every PSU kicks some noise back into the AC line, which may have an influence on the rest of your gear connected to the same AC line. I still remember a review written by Martin Colloms of some gear using onboard SMPS, where he claimed that simply connecting said component (otherwise not connected to the system) to AC line, made his system sound considerably worse. So how bad is the problem ? Having bought a wideband AlphaLab EMI Power Line Noise Meter I decided check that out on various PSUs I had on hand. The setup To get a reference/base noise level I have used my old and trusty Audio Power Industries Power Wedge Ultra 215 power conditioner, which I normally use to 'sink' all of my computer related PSUs - main server PSU, SSD battery SMPS charger, UpTone Audio JS-2 powering two LPS-1 PSUs and a computer monitor. The noise level measured at the output was just 23mV. I have used one of outputs to connect a simple power strip (with no filtering): [/img] The PSU under test was connected to the same power strip, next to the EMI meter: I had 8 different PSUs on hand: 3 linear ones and 5 SMPS (switch mode) types: [/img] 1. Teddy Pardo linear PSU 2. UpTone JS-2 linear PSU 3. SOtM supplied SMPS (PowerTek) 4. Meanwell SMPS (supplied by UpTone with Regen and LPS-1) 5. Some generic linear PSU I found lying around 6. Ktec SMPS that I got with an external HDD 7. iFi iPower SMPS 8 Co Ming Data SMPS Since I have observed the level of noise beeing kicked back to the AC line varies with PSU load, I have measeured those PSUs in the following conditions: 1. Idle - PSU connected to the power strip, but nothing connected to the PSU (no load) 2. Noise under light load - PSU powering Regen, which in turn was powering AQ DragonFly DAC 3. Noise under moderate load - PSU powering SOtM sMS-200 4. Noise under heavy load - PSU powering the LPS-1 Ultracapacitor PSU, which in turn was powering the SOtM sMS-200. The results I got are as follows (green = best case; red = worst case): Please note that the smallest, generic linear PSU (last column) was not tested with LPS-1, since its power rating was too small. Some things I have noticed: The SMPSu in general injected much more noise than linear ones. Even the cheapest generic wall wart linear PSU was better than the best SMPS. In many cases, the noise figures dropped at idle a few mV below the reference level. It is my understanding that this is due to filtering built at the input of those PSUs, which interacts / lowers the noise on the AC line. The PSU noise readings were jumping up and down when the LPS-1 PSU was connected (chence the results are in ranges). You can see this on a short video I uploaded on youtube. It is my understanding that noise spikes were caused by the LPS-1 bulit in (capacitor) charger - when the charger was running, the noise was higher; when the charger was idling, the noise was lower. I'm not sure if higher noise readings are caused by higher current draw or the noise is comes from the LPS-1 charger itself. Whatever the reason - some PSUs were much more sensitive to that than the other. For kicks, I have also measured several other PSUs and even light bulbs: - iPhone, iPad and MacBook chargers are pretty harmless when at idle. I wouldn't want to have one connected to my powerstrip when charging though (all of you using MacBooks and other laptops connected to your system take note). - CFL light bulbs (and LEDs) are huge noise generators (unlike regular light bulbs, which generate close to zero noise). - chineese iPhone charger knock off from ebay, creates some absurd amounts of noise - many times more than the original Apple accessory (one more reason not to buy knock offs). - TeraDak linear ATX PSU that powers my CAPS v4 Pipeline server generate generates only 48mV of noise - suprisingly litte. Final notes: If you have lots of those generic SMPS around your audio system (powering DACs, HUBs, routers, external HDDs etc), it probably makes sense to replace them with something designed with the AC noise pollution in mind, like the $49 iFi iPower SMPS for example. Linear still seems to work best though. Having said that, please remember, that the best PSU is not necessarily the one which kicks the least amount of noise back into the AC line. The best PSU is the one that has low AC noise footprint and offers stellar DC output performance.
  17. I have two Uptone Audio Regens for Sale $149 each shipped to continental USA. All accessories and box included. Price is $149 for each. Thanks.
  18. For sale UpTone Audio Regen USB with original UpTone Audio supplied PSU. Both units in 10/10 condition. Selling for 100 EUR (firm) + 4.9% PayPal + shipping (25 EUR by UPS to most EU countries) EU retail is 207 EUR (175 GBP): http://www.itemaudio.co.uk/home/802-uptone-usb-regen.html Unit ships from Poland, which is part of the EU (no extra taxes or duties when shipping to other EU countries).
  19. In mint condition, as shipped originally. New price is $175. US only. I will ship UPS - buyer pays shipping. Payment via Paypal, buyer pays Paypal charges if any. Thx.
  20. These are times full of choices I've got a microRendu with LPS-1 and I'm very happy with the upgrade in soundquality it gave me. Now there are several options to upgrade without spending too much money at once: 1) upgrade the microRendu to ultraRendu. 2) add the isoRegen and keep the microRendu 3) update the microRendu hardware to V1.4 (with better clock) Investment in the three option won't differ much. Because there is so much praise for the isoRegen I leaning to this option. However in that case I have to power isoRegen or microRendu with the iFi iPower. The update to V1.4 is not my favorite option because shipment costs to Europe. It's a bit early to ask about experiences with ultraRendu but it won't be long now. Any thoughts?
  21. UpTone Audio USB Regen Orange - ships from Europe, so no duty and VAT tax for EU residents. Box and Meanwell PSU included. 130 EUR (cost in Europe is 200 EUR + shipping: http://www.itemaudio.co.uk/home/802-uptone-usb-regen.html) Shipping ~15 EUR via registered post. PayPal add 4.9% Price is FIRM.
  22. Used but in perfect condition. Purchase was made on 05/26/2016. £100 through paypal, buyers pay the 3% paypal fee. Free shipping in the UK. Can also do the shipping in the EU, shipping quote may vary. Leave a message if you are interested. Thanks.
  23. I have simplified my digital chain recently, and have an Uptone ISO Regen unit, for which I am seeking a good home. The ISO Regen needs no further introduction on CA. This unit comes with a standard USPCB USB A>B adapter. There is no included PSU. Please see my listing for the Uptone LPS-1 for the perfect companion PSU for the ISO Regen. I am also offering both at an attractive combo price. MSRP Prices: $325 Asking Price: $260 Combo Price (with LPS-1): $550 Terms Payment via PayPal Price includes USPS Priority shipping within continental US only, and PP fees I will consider international buyers, but they must cover actual shipping and international PP fees.
  24. SOLD! Regen Amber #1: Originally bought for a customer and never used, this Regen Amber is new - I just took it out of its box to snap these pics. After it arrived, it was placed aside were it has sat collecting dust and depreciating in value as these things do because the ISO-Regen has come out (which is a nice piece - I do own one). Never got used because by the time I got this customers system set-up, I switched to a Ultra-Rendu and Uptone LPS-1 for him. Anyway, yours for $95 plus ship. Regen Amber #2: This is my personal Regen Amber (was originally a green Led board unit and I got the Amber LED board upgrade from Alex/Superdad/Uptone) that I have replaced with a ISO-Regen (and/or the iFi Audio iGalvanic depending on what DAC I may be using at the time: A quick plug here, I am a iFi Audio dealer.) Its in very good shape in original box and all accessories (see pics). Yours for $75 plus ship! In the pics the used Regen is the one that has my business card in the pics (bottom 3). The top 4 pics are of Regen Amber #1. Feel free to message, call, e-mail with any questions.
  25. Hear is your chance to grab Uptone Audio JS-2 power supply. I am asking for $500. Please contact me for payment and shipping instruction. Thank you.
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