Sean84

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  1. Item: Apple iPhone 5S 64gb Silver running the latest iOS 10.3.2 operating systemLocation: MelbournePrice: $270 with free postageItem Condition: Excellent. Used in a leather case from day 1Reason for selling: Got a free new phone with the new mobile planPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: - This is fully unlocked and has been iCloud unlocked also (see photos) - Wall charger, lightning cable and unused earphones are included - See iPhone 5S specs here: https://support.apple.com/kb/sp685?locale=en_AU - See photos below
  2. Reasonable offers will be considered, so please don't hesitate to PM me privately, to discuss. Cheers
  3. Item: iFi iDSD Black Label Edition - DAC and Headphone Amplifier Location: Melbourne Price: $700 with free shipping Item Condition: Excellent. Despite this having a built-in battery for use, it's never left my desk Reason for selling: Trying out a much more powerful headphone amp (probably unnecessary but might be fun to try something else) Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - See here: http://ifi-audio.com/portfolio-view/micro-idsd-bl/ - Original boxing and all accessories included A great 2 part review by DARKO: Part 1: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2016/11/ifi-audios-black-label-micro-idsd-can-go-everywhere-you-do/ Part 2: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2017/05/transportable-high-end-audio-ifis-micro-idsd-black-label/ I've been using this with up-sampling to DSD512 in Roon with great results with this DAC/Amp. My i7 Roon Server is also for sale here: Happy to do a deal for both. Pictures:
  4. Item: Oppo HA-1 Price Range: $800 Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Melbourne
  5. Could be wrong but the conversion kit is only internals, not the external case. This case has DirectStream on the front (bottom right). So this is a DirectStream (I think).
  6. On hold, pending bank transfer coming through over the next couple days.
  7. Hi mate, yep, as per 5 posts up, the second screenshot is using a USB DAC plugged directly into a USB port - the endpoint is the sonicT. You need to check that your DAC has drivers supported in Linux, especially for DSD. I'm using an iFi iDSD Black Label which is supported right up to DSD512 in Linux.
  8. For anyone that's followed this thread: https://www.computeraudiophile.com/forums/topic/30376-a-novel-way-to-massively-improve-the-sq-of-the-sms-200-and-microrendu/ My sonicTransporter has 2 ethernet ports, bridged already. There's no need to do it on your Mac or Windows operating system. So you can connect your ethernet Roon endpoint (microRendu, SMS-200, sonicOrbiter SE, Raspberry Pi etc etc) directly to this sonicTransporter's 2nd ethernet port and bypass any routers, modems or other switches. Plenty of info in that linked thread though. Cheers
  9. It's built by Small Green Computer (Andrew Gilis) in the US, the same guy behind the microRendu OS, Antipodes OS and Vortexbox. Small Green Computer is an official Roon Partner too: https://roonlabs.com/partners.html
  10. Item: Curious USB Cable - 1.2 meter length Location: Melbourne Price: $360 pickup - add $20 for Express Postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer required. Re-arranged the headphones setup to use a shorter Curious USB Cable. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - 1.2 meter length Pictures:
  11. Reasonable offers will be considered, so please don't hesitate to PM me privately, to discuss. Cheers