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  1. Item: Wyred 4 Sound DAC-1 with femto clock upgrade Location: Sth Gold Coast Price: $600 (incl. delivery within metropolitan Australia - would also help out if you are further afield). The current RRP for the DAC-1 in Australia without the upgraded clock is $1250. The only difference being the higher resolution capability of the USB module in the current productions. Item Condition: Excellent. Not a mark on it. Reason for selling: Having a change Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+ any fees), COD Only Extra Info: DAC was purchased new from Deep Hz Audio in November 2015 with the femto clock upgrade which cost an additional $275. I decided on the DAC-1 with upgrade over the DAC-2 as I didn't need the pre-amp or other features and by all accounts SQ is pretty close between the two. The USB on this unit is limited to 24/96 but goes higher over coaxial (and toslink I assume). I've really enjoyed this DAC but thought I would have a change. Here is the W4S link including features and specification. This is for the current V2 model although the features list seems identical other than higher resolution over USB. Here are the Positive Feedback review and 6 Moons review of the DAC-1. The latter includes some comparisons with other DACs including PS Audio. There is more info out there on the DAC-2 which will give you a good idea of performance. This link explains the differences between DAC-1 and DAC-2.
  2. Item: Devialet LE 120 Integrated Amplifier Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW Price: $4999 Item Condition: Excellent Payment Method: Cash, Credit Cards, PayPal Extra Info: This remarkable device combines pre-amplifier, amplifier, DAC, streamer, phono stage in a single and extremely thin (yet strong) aluminum slab dipped in dark chrome. Delivered in excellent condition with all original packaging and accessories - this was a $8300 proposition when new. It has a long specifications sheet but features a patented ADH® (Analog Digital Hybrid) hybrid amplification core and patented Magic Wire Digital / Analogue Converter, D/A T.I. PCM1792. Some key specs include: 120W x 2 into 6 ohms (works with 2-16 ohm speakers) SD card for configuration S/N: 130dB THD+N/IM: .001% Output impedance: .001 ohms Bandwidth: DC-87kHz (-3dB) Inputs: USB 2.0 (32bit 192kHz), wi-fi and ethernet (24bit 192kHz), toslink (24bit 192kHz), mini-optical (24bit 96kHz), 2x coaxial (24bit 192kHz/DSD64), stereo line or MM/MC phono input, 3.5mm trigger; RS-232 control Balance/tone adjustment + Remote control + Air software Dimensions: 383mm L x 383mm W x 40mm H Weight:.5.65 kg Pictures:
  3. Item: Resonessence CONCERO DAC Location: KEW, 3101 Price: $160 - includes shipping and any fees. Item Condition: Used but perfect working condition. Reason for selling: Not required. Payment Method: Paypal (prefer family & friends, however normal paypal is OK) Extra Info: I purchased this new direct from Canada about 4 years ago. Has been used on and off ever since and never let me down! The drivers install and work 100% without issue on Windows 7. Tested with the latest driver from Resonessence and it works brilliantly. DAC has also been used recently as a USB to SPDIF converter and that also works 100% hassle free. Apart from some finger prints and general age - it's in great condition. The build quality is super impressive. It comes with all the original stuff, box , pouch , cable, manual. * This is the original CONCERO not the HD, so it doesn't do DSD. * Pictures:
  4. Item: PS Audio PWD II with Bridge Location: Adelaide Price: $3750 excl shipping Item Condition: As New Mint Condition Reason for selling: Was part of a larger system that I have now sold Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Transfer Extra Info: This component DAC has been the front end of my system for over 3 years and has provided hours of fatigue-less listening. It provides a stunning sound stage and has the ability to stream music via a DLNA complaint server through the bridge II. I am sorry to see my system go but unfortunately I don't have the flexibility to take this with me interstate. Below are some links to reviews on the product. http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2012/09/psaudio-perfectwave-dac-mkii-review-part-1/ http://www.audiophilia.com/reviews/2016/1/16/ps-audio-perfectwave-network-bridge-ii Pictures:
  5. Item: HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro fully assembled in official HiFiBerry steel case - network audio streamer Location: Melbourne Price: $170 pickup Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Used in a previous multi-room setup. I've recently moved into a small apartment and no longer do multi-room audio. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: See here: https://www.pakronics.com.au/products/hifiberry-dac-pro And here: https://www.pakronics.com.au/products/steel-case-for-hifiberry-dac-black-cover And here: https://www.pakronics.com.au/collections/raspberry-pi-2-3-zero-board/products/pakronics-raspberry-pi-3-australia Note, this is the Pro version of the DAC+ and has gold plated RCA connectors and dual oscillators (see photos). This unit is fully assembled and includes the Pi3 board, HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro board and official HiFiBerry steel case. A 5V power supply and microSD card are not included. I do have an iFi 5V iPower I can sell with this if interested. Pictures:
  6. I should be ashamed. I am guilty of gross audio negligence. I have a home theatre set up in the lounge. I have surround sound, custom built subwoofers, digital signal processing, DTS, room correction, the works. It takes me four remotes to drive it, but the enjoyment is worth it, so I manage. Not so my better half. I come home one Saturday afternoon, and there she is, happily clicking through yet another batch of cat videos freshly posted on Facebook, giggling away while surrounded by noise emitted by something resembling a pair of square Coke Zero cans. And not the big Australian mother of cans at 375 ml either, no Sir. This must be closer to the 330 ml European garden variety. Your honour, I submit to you exhibit A: I hang my head in shame. I repent and volunteer myself for community service, I shall try to make things right. But how? No token sale of indulgence would suffice. Salvation from this could not be simply bought, extended ordeal is called for. Therefore, it shall be DIY. At first, looking for inspiration, I did what everyone else does, and turned to the Oracle from Menlo Park for some advice, finding aplenty. How am I supposed to know which advice is worth follow? I considered building a closed box version of the 'Purismi'. Straightforward enough it seems, obtain a pair of Seas co-axial drivers, stick them into a pancake box against the wall like so: http://audiovideo.fi/opas/kaiutinrakennusohje-purismi-neljan-sahkoisen-osan-kaiutin-65-tuumaisella-koaksiaalilla I could fit he 2 x 20 L of internal volume in the space I have between the desktop and the bookshelf. However, 87 dB/W sensitivity and 80 W power handling (220 W short term) at less than a metre away for quiet to moderate listening levels is mighty excessive. That's gluttony staring right into your face. Think again. What about a small-ish full range driver in a closed box? A 3" or 4" driver, strategically positioned at natural boundary provided by table, bookshelf and back wall, for a meaningful extension at low frequencies: http://www.prosoundtraining.com/site/author/pat-brown/how-boundaries-affect-loudspeakers/ Turning to the oracle yet again, it soothingly tells me I again have plenty to choose from. I could try to get my sticky hands on some of the following: Vifa 9BG Vifa TC9FD18-08 or TG9FD10-04 Peerless PLS-75F25AL03-08 Dayton Audio CE 65W Dayton Audio ND90 or ND91 ScanSpeak 10F/4424G00 to name but a few. So this becomes a question of local supply and and refinement. I haven't heard any of these, not knowingly anyway, but usually the Scandinavian corner is a relatively safe place to start. Now, what to drive these with? Don't suppose a headphone amp would have enough oomph, not the reasonably priced anyway. Small amplifiers don't seem to be hard to come by, and I will likely only need a watt or two. At a metre away I would prefer them to be high quality watts though. I don't think I am ready for SET yet, but again, which one to choose? We have options including but not limited to Hypex DS 2.100, Dayton DTA100, DA30, DTA1, or DTA2. XTZ A-800 T-Amp (?) Ignoring the umpteen no-name ones on ebay, the NAD D 3020 power DAC could offer a single box solution, at a price point three times what I'm likely to spend on the rest... oh well, I suppose I could just get a pre-loved DacMagic and hook it to the idle Yamaha micro system amp, or to a 4040 Creek that's been on light duties for a while now. Whatever the combination, it would be nice if it could also handle plugging in a second computer and/or headphones. The re-configuration effort required to do so would have to be exactly zero. Zip. Nada. Anything else becomes too complicated. It would just have to automagically switch from one source to the next. This is so she can enjoy her cat videos and not be bothered with lowlier things such as switching things on or selecting sources. Any fiddling with plugging cables and we're back at the gross negligence where we started from. To conclude, your honour, I am willing to do my time, but I will need some guidance. Show me the way.
  7. Item: Simaudio 430HAD Headphone amplifier + DSD DAC Location: Adelaide (Can ship Australia wide) Price: 3450 (RRP $5800) Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Changing direction Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: One of the best headphone amplifier with in-built DAC available on the market. Lots of raving reviews online. Can drive any headphones. Great all rounder headphone amp. I've upgraded the stock fuses in the unit to the audiophile fuses which subsequently improve the overall sound quality. Unit is in pristine condition and it comes with all original box and accessories. Pictures:
  8. Item: MSB Technology, Signature DAC IV+ and Signature Power BaseLocation: MelbournePrice: $18,000Item Condition: Built 2014, still in mint condition.Payment Method: Cash, direct depositExtra Info: Customer upgraded to an MSB Reference DAC.Pictures:
  9. Item: Teac UD-501 Dac / Headphone Amp Location: Southern Suburbs of Perth Price: $600. Item Condition: 9.5/10 - as new. Reason for selling: need funds to try something different. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, or Paypal with purchaser to cover associated costs. I do have the original packaging so can also post at purchasers cost if required. Extra Info: plenty of reviews out there to let you know how good this Dac is for the money - links to a couple follow. This is a great unit and i will probably regret selling it, but that's the way it goes! This is a 240v version, originally imported from Italy at a cost of $599 euros - no need for a step down converter as a result. Please PM me if you have any questions at all. http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/teac-ud-501-digital-converter/?page=3 http://www.dagogo.com/teac-ud-501-usb-da-converter-review/2 Prefer local sale, but have all original packaging if shipping is requested - costs for the purchaser. Pictures:
  10. This is a short review of “The Battery DAC “ Features the Phillips TDA 1543 Non Oversampling DAC chip Two rechargeable 9 Volt batteries that will operate approx 4 hours on just battery power (From the maker’s description) What are the main features of this DAC? And what are the main goals of its design? • To extract the pure performance of the last built non-oversampling true 16-bit TDA1543 DAC from Philips • Optical & Coaxial inputs • DIR9001 96 kHz SPDIF Receiver (lowest-jitter on the market - 50ps) • Supports sampling frequencies from 28kHz to 108kHz (continuous range, including non-standard frequencies) • TDA1543 16-bit DAC - the original from Philips® • Passive I/V conversion • No Op-Amp - direct output with 2Vpp (will drive any power amp well) • Huge capacitors on the output path provides sub-Hertz cutoff frequency (<0.3Hz on a 10kOhms input) • Dual Stage power supply regulation (for a super low background noise level) • Separate voltage regulator for the DAC and the Digital SPDIF receiver (same reason as above) • Battery-powered with dual 9V NiMH batteries • Smart battery charger on-board (quickly charges the batteries when depleted, keeps them charged at low current when idle) • When both power switches are on, the batteries are recharged, and are also used to buffer the external power, completely removing hum. • Will Directly drive any power amplifier • Easy to carry around and make it listen to yours friends 3-4 hours of listening on the batteries aloneBefore writing this review I listened to many styles of music through it for a couple of months just to be thorough This little DAC was sourced from EBay and is mostly hand made/assembled by an enthusiast from France Originally purchased to connect to my Audio GD CD-7 SE transport only unit, to give me multiple connection options with my dual system setup Listening impressions – From the get go were impressive I base my impressions from my past and present experience of Philips / Marantz CD transports as a direct comparison Most noticeable things I noted and remained constant throughout the time of the test are 1) The DIR9001 Battery DAC is whisper quiet 2) Has enough power to drive any amplifier 3) Is faithful to the recording Performance wise It’s equal to the Marantz CD-63 SE It’s close on the heels of the Philips CD960 Has a bit to go to catch up to the Marantz CD 94 MK II Outperforms the Beresford Bushmaster as I have one on loan It may be small in size but punches above it weight and price point This one is a keeper in my system, as I tend to like the Non Oversampling signature Equipment used in various combinations with and without pre amps Amp - (1) Blue Circle BMPH (2) Earle Weston Tweaker Tube Pre Amp - (1) Nakamichi C5A II (2) Earle Weston 6SN7 Tube Source - (1) Audio GD CD7 SE (2) Philips CD 960 (3) Marantz CD 94 MK II Speakers - Highly Modified - Klipsch La Scala horn speakers ​I have no association with the seller eBay link - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Non-Oversampling-DAC-TDA1543-DIR9001-96kHz-SPDIF-Coax-Optical-9V-NiMH-charger-/200916160114?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&hash=item2ec7894e72
  11. Item: Wadia 121 DAC with External Power Supply Upgrade Location: North Epping, NSW 2121 Price: $750 ono Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Deposit, happy to ship anywhere in Australia (postage to be paid by buyer) Extra Info: This is the Wadia 121 Decoding Computer which retails for $2,499. It is a DAC, pre-amplifier, and headphone amp. There are inputs for AES/EBU (XLR), S/PDIF (Coax, BNC, and Toslink), and asynchronous USB all of which are capable of handling 24/192 files. The original power supply unit limits the performance of this DAC. With the upgraded PSU (which costs approx. $500) the performance is significantly enhanced, including better sound stage, darker background, smoother highs and deeper, more defined bass, and more stable and clear instrumental images. Let me know if you have any enquiries. Pictures:
  12. Item: Bryston BDA-2 DAC Location: Brisbane Price: $1900 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Raising funds Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Bryston BDA-2 Digital to Analog Converter in excellent cosmetic and working condition. Purchased brand new from Addicted to Audio, comes with copy of of original receipt, accessories and original packaging. Fantastic DAC, see review below from absolute sound. http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/bryston-bda-2-digital-to-analog-converter/ Pictures:
  13. Item: Klein DAC II Location: KEW, Melbourne Price: $660 Total (Includes Shipping + Paypal Fees) Item Condition: Used but all working 100%. No damage. Reason for selling: Upgrade. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal. Extra Info: Purchased on the forum here a few months back. Comes with the remote control and wall wart power supply that come with it originally. Details of DAC are here ---> : Klein DAC II Specs Pictures:
  14. Item: Lexicon MC 12HD EQ Digital Controller / Home Theatre Processor (Note that this is the latest HDMI unit, and can be upgraded to the latest firmware version, 2.0, for free using your computer and a serial cable). Location: Eastern Suburbs of Sydney Price: REDUCED TO $3250 (Retail Value is well over $10K). Will consider offers, but keep in mind that these do not come to market all that often, and particularly in Australia. No need to import, risk international shipping, etc. Try it before you buy it! Item Condition: The unit is in excellent working condition. Slight bit of adhesive residue on the top from some tape -- that's it! Comes boxed with original packaging, instruction manual and remote. Note that the remote has some wear and sticky residue on it -- this is a very common thing for Lexicon MC remotes due to the less than ideally durable finish. Reason for selling: I have a few different options... Nobody suspects the twenty-something blonde girl haha. 90%+ of my listening involves music these days, and given my fondness for my vintage studio digital stack, I'm inclined to let this be put to proper use elsewhere. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash. Can deliver personally anywhere in Sydney for an in-place demo utilising your own system (or even one of mine!). Extra Info: This is the one -- latest hardware, with HDMI and Room EQ card!!! Very desirable indeed. Use this correctly and the unit can be the centrepiece of your home cinema audio setup for years to come. Format decoding comes and goes: this thing is quality, period, and takes 8ch LPCM on v2.0 firmware. You can update the unit to the latest firmware (v 2.0) for free, upon which 8ch LPCM will be in your hands! It's a user installable upgrade, and it involves a PC, a serial cable, the free 2.0 firmware download and 45 minutes for installation. Only reason I haven't done that yet is because I didn't need it. I'm also rather impatient! Happy to show you how the upgrade works and all. The person who buys this will know exactly what it is. I have an MC-4 for sale too (though I may end up keeping that just for the volume control..... Always a reason to hold onto too many toys!). Pictures:
  15. Item: MSB Technology, Signature DAC V and UMT IV+ Location: Melbourne Price: $35,000 Item Condition: Built 2015, still in mint condition. Payment Method: Cash, direct deposit Extra Info: Customer upgraded to an MSB Reference DAC. Pictures:
  16. Item: Primare i32 plus full Hi Res MQA Digital playback solution Location: NSW 2285 Price: $1850 postage included Item Condition: All As New. Primare purcahsed as a NEW unit 2 months ago, Meridian Explorer 2 (updated to MQA) only 1 month old, Cables purchased new 1 month old, Wyred 4 sound Recovery purchased from stereonet member. All original boxes included. Reason for selling: Not playing the hi end 2 channel game NO MORE. Seems like you are always chasing that extra 1 percent that may not be there and not enjoying the music. The second sub that I added to my HT system sounds awesome, adds the fun factor and good enough for me. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: The Primare i32 is listed on here separately but want to sell all together. Pictures:
  17. Item: Grant Fidelity Tube DAC 11/Headphone Amp Location:BRISBANE 4053 Price: $285 + POST Item boxed is-330mm x 330mm x 100mm.Weight is 2.5kg Item Condition:VGC Reason for selling:To many DAC`s Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Extra Info:This was my 1st foray into tube dacs.I really enjoyed the tube side of this dac and the headphone amp.I ended up using this on my office system after buying a KLEIN DAC and now a LM 502CA as well. I like the standard chinese tube that it came with however I rolled a Mullard ECC88(not included) and IMHO it sounded better.So it does respond well to some tube rolling. Comes with all original packaging and Accesories. Ive included some review info below. https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/grant-fidelity-24-192-tubedac-11-digital-to-analog-converter-with-tube-output.13862/ http://www.positive-feedback.com/Issue58/tubedac11.htm Pictures:
  18. Item: Stello AI500 Integrated amp with built in DAC Location: Safely ensconced in Sydney. Price: $1800 CURRENTLY ON HOLD FOR AN INTERESTED BUYER! Item Condition: Very good. Reason for selling: Amps come in and amps go out, it is time for this one to go out. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only (Buyer to pay fees if paying via paypal). Extra Info: available here: http://www.aprilmusic.com/page_YzTH92 I've reviewed this amp in my "addicts guide" thread (or one of them anyway, I suspect the second) but since the search function isn't up and running for the site yet I haven't been able to find that review. I'll keep looking but in the meantime the Stello AI500 is a Mosfet amp rated at 150 wpc into 8 Ohms and 300 wpc into 4 Ohms and there is more info available in the links below. http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/aprilmusic4/500.html http://www.soundstage.com/equipment/stello_ai500.htm https://www.whathifi.com/stello/a1500/review http://www.stereotimes.com/amp071411.shtml Comes with box, manual and remote control. Pictures:
  19. Item: Chord Hugo (Black) dac/amp newer edition with bigger RCA ports and Leather Case - sale pending Location: Glen Waverley, Melbourne Price: $1395 (RRP: $3000) over 50% off Item Condition: Excellent (mintish) Reason for selling: Saving up Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: There are many many 5 star and award reviews out there. Just google "chord hugo review" and read away. This is a truly excellent dac/amp that sounds amazing with everything from IEMs to my HD650, Beyer T1, HD800 and even MrSpeakers Ether Flow Planars. I've only owned this for a week or so but my finances have recently taken a few unexpected hits. I have actually ordered a $176 Hugo Link Curious Cable for this and it hasn't even arrived yet. I will include it for only an additional $150. It will be brand new and unused so let the cable burn in for a week or so before judging it. I've own 4 other Curious Cables and out of the box they can sound pretty average. After a week, you won't be able to live without them. Also as the title and pictures suggest, this unit will come with a nice leather case. Pictures:
  20. Item: PS Audio PerfectWave DSD DAC Location: Melbourne Price: $3,000.00 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only Extra Info: Bought PerfectWave DAC in 2014 from Tivoli Hifi. Upgraded to DirectStream DAC in November 2014 at a cost of $2900.00. Does not have Bridge II fitted. You will need to have that fitted to make it Roon playable. Latest "Huron" firmware loaded. This DAC improves with each firmware update. Pictures:
  21. Item: Mytek Brooklyn DAC (Silver) Location: Melbourne (Currently on loan to a SNA member) Price: $1850 Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: The unit is currently on loan to an SNA member in Melbourne so my preference is for pick. I am the second owner of this well-regarded DAC which will process PCM, DSD and MQA. I have used it on and off for around 18 months. I had a brief try of DSD which sounds nice but to be honest, I can't be bothered with setting up the computer and running HQ player. I would rather just use my streamer. I also have a couple of SACD players with good internal DAC's so I really don't need the Brooklyn as well. The Brooklyn will also function as a phono, preamp and headphone amp (I have never tried using the phono or headphone section) The unit comes with its box, original USB cable and Apple Remote. The DAC software is updatable by the users and is a simple process. I have stolen a couple of images from a previous Brooklyn that was sold on SNA (I am not currently in possession of the DAC) but I should be able to get some images in a couple of days of the actual unit. http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2016/07/the-host-with-the-most-mytek-digitals-brooklyn/ https://mytekdigital.com/hifi/products/brooklyn/ Pictures:
  22. Item: Audiolab M-DAC, black, perfect condition, upgraded software V.a.10 Location: Melbourne Price: $600 Item Condition: really, really, close to new, but gently used in a loving environment Reason for selling: Raff sold me a Rega DAC-R which aesthetically goes will my Rega system, very similar performance though. This is more transparent (tonnes of filters though) whilst the Rega is a bit more analog Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Available for demonstration, good coffee provided Retail is $1400. M-DAC+ has been released at $2000 Pictures: As many as you'd like
  23. Item: Matrix Mini-I DAC Location: ACT Price: $230 Item Condition: Fantastic condition Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Had this since new these are very nice DAC's for the money excellent sound even has a remote lot's of inputs outputs. I have the original packaging post is no problem if required. Pictures:
  24. Item: Bricasti M1 Dual Mono USB DAC Location: Adelaide Price: Sold Item Condition: Mint condition in original box Reason for selling: Need the funds so my system needs to go! Payment Method: Local pickup or direct deposit for interstate buyers Extra Info: ‘The M1 is one of the best DACs available on the market at any price’ – Dagogo 2015. The last DAC you will ever need! Designed as a reference component of the highest possible quality, the acclaimed Bricasti M1 regularly appears in the world’s best systems. Described as ‘the last word in external digital-to-analogue convertors’ and offering the ‘best digital playback’ available, the M1 supports samples rates up to 352.8kHz/24 bits and DSD format with absolute perfection. Featuring two completely isolated channels, each with its own dedicated linear power supply, D/A converter, DDS clocking, and analogue circuitry. One of three known Australian-delivered Bricasti M1s. Includes original remote, instructions and Bricasti packaging. Technical specifications: DSD, DSD64 and DSD128 playback Supports sample rates of up to 352.8kHz and 24 bits Latest generation asynchronous USB interface Dedicated dual mono design Extremely low jitter @ 6 picoseconds Minimum and linear phase filters Numerous glowing reviews can be found: http://www.dagogo.com/bricasti-design-model-1-usb-dac-review https://www.whathifi.com/bricasti-design/m1/review https://www.stereophile.com/content/bricasti-design-m1-da-converter Dimensions: 43.2w x 28d x 6.4h cm
  25. Item: Bricasti M1 Dual Mono USB DAC Location: Adelaide Price: Relisted Item Condition: Mint condition in original box Reason for selling: Need the funds so my system needs to go! Payment Method: Local pickup or direct deposit for interstate buyers Extra Info: ‘The M1 is one of the best DACs available on the market at any price’ – Dagogo 2015. The last DAC you will ever need! Designed as a reference component of the highest possible quality, the acclaimed Bricasti M1 regularly appears in the world’s best systems. Described as ‘the last word in external digital-to-analogue convertors’ and offering the ‘best digital playback’ available, the M1 supports samples rates up to 352.8kHz/24 bits and DSD format with absolute perfection. Featuring two completely isolated channels, each with its own dedicated linear power supply, D/A converter, DDS clocking, and analogue circuitry. One of three known Australian-delivered Bricasti M1s. Includes original remote, instructions and Bricasti packaging. Technical specifications: DSD, DSD64 and DSD128 playback Supports sample rates of up to 352.8kHz and 24 bits Latest generation asynchronous USB interface Dedicated dual mono design Extremely low jitter @ 6 picoseconds Minimum and linear phase filters Numerous glowing reviews can be found: http://www.dagogo.com/bricasti-design-model-1-usb-dac-review https://www.whathifi.com/bricasti-design/m1/review https://www.stereophile.com/content/bricasti-design-m1-da-converter Dimensions: 43.2w x 28d x 6.4h cm Pictures:
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