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  1. Further information: I bought this 4 years ago and has worked flawlessly as a FireWire to spdif converter from my Mac Mini to my Audio Note Dac. I have an Audioquest Diamond Firewire Cable that I could do a deal on as well. Also included are the manual and remote. I don’t have the original box, but can ship. I’ve checked the price against Hifishark and this is listing is considerably cheaper. info from the Weiss website: https://www.weiss.ch/products/int202-int203 “Your favorite D/A converter may not be the latest but you like its sound, appearance and features. So you don't want to buy another expensive DAC just to connect a computer. This is where our interfaces come in. The INT202 / INT203 allow any DAC to be connected to a FireWire or Thunderbolt ported computer. This is done, optimally, by slaving to the computer's internally generated clock with absolute bit transparency.“ “The INT202 is a stereo Firewire to AES/EBU (unidirectional) interface with infrared remote control for volume and absolute polarity. It supports dual wire data transfer in 176.4/192 kHz mode for older D/A Converters. The bit transparency of the player software on the computer can be checked with the INT202.” https://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/weiss5/1.html Photos:
  2. Further information: I bought these her a few years ago. Spades could use a polish, but otherwise in good condition. Price seems fair for a quick sale when compared to Hifishark. http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/walker6/walker.html https://www.audiocognoscenti.com/blog/-walkers-high-definition-links-a-work-of-art Photos:
  3. Further information: I’ve had this unit for a couple of years now. I’m not the first owner, and I have no idea of the history. It has a few knocks and scratches, but works as intended. I used this on my Mac mini to isolate it. Have since moved and am altering my setup. Cheapest price on Hifishark is $330, so I figure with scratches and knocks taken into consideration, my price is fair. I don’t have the original box, but I’m happy to ship. Photos:
  4. I once owned a pair of Piega P10’s when I lived in NYC. Stunning speakers.
  5. Any links for more info? I can’t find anything via google. Any helpful information would be appreciated.
  6. Extra Info: https://www.hifishark.com/search?q=wlm+gamma http://www.eliteaudio.eu/Elite_Audio/ENG/digital.html http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/wlm8/minueta_2.html I have the original box, so am happy to ship at buyer's cost. I'll also throw in a Oyaide NEO 6pin-9pin Firewire cable. This DAC comes with a HiFi Tuning Supreme fuse installed. The WLM Gamma Reference is based on the prestigious Minerva DAC from Weiss Engineering. It uses the same drivers as the minerva, downloadable from the Weiss website. This dac has never lost a beat and is in excellent condition. The beauty of a firewire dac is that you don't get the same jitter problems associated with a USB connection. WLM have chosen to use a high quality Trafomatic power supply to get the absolute best from this configuration.Capable of handling up to 24bit / 192kHZ through a Firewire connection the WLM Gamma Reference is the final piece of the puzzle for many WLM customers. The WLM Gamma Reference has the following inputs: 2 x Firewire 1 x SPDIF Coax 1 x SPDIF Optical 1 x AES/EBU Outputs: 1 x RCA Analog 1 x XLR Analog 1 x AES/EBU Digital Out 1 x SPDIF Coax Digital Out The following conversions are possible: Firewire to analogue AES/EBU (SPDIF) to analogue Firewire to AES/EBU AES/EBU to Firewire Jitter suppression: Several signal re-clocking schemes are combined for extremely high jitter attenuation, making the GAMMA Reference virtually immune to jitter over a very wide bandwidth. Converters: Eight times oversampling sigma delta D/A converters are used. Power Supply: A generously dimensioned non-switching type Power Supply is used. All sensitive voltages have their own local regulators. The standby Power Supply leaves the Firewire chip powered, allowing to switch on the GAMMA Reference via the Firewire link. The Firewire bus power is not used by the GAMMA Reference. This allows the GAMMA Reference to be connected with computers that do not supply bus power. The mains voltages can be set to 100 – 120VAC or 200 – 240VAC Software: Drivers for Windows and OSX operating systems. Sampling frequencies: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192kHz Maximum input wordlength: 24 Bits Frequency Response: 0Hz – 20kHz +/- 0.3dB Total Harmonic Distortion plus Noise (THD+N): < -100dBr (0.001%) @ -3dBFS input level Linearity : @ 0 to -120dBFS input level : less than +/- 1dB deviation from ideal Noise floor @ -20dBFS input: < -110dBr unweighted Crosstalk: < -110dB, 0 – 20kHz Interchannel Phase Response: < +/- 0.5°, 10Hz – 20kHz Dimensions: 430x320x80 Weight . 7 kg Pictures: Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  7. Auditioned this model at Stereo Exchange in NYC circa 2008. I’ve never heard the opening riff of Welcome to the Jungle ever sound as good again. Simply driven from a McIntosh integrated. The sound was huge! Nice pick up for someone
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