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  1. Hello there, Some of you may remember my journey into buying a 2 channel system. I'm very happy with my purchase, however, I'm just wondering if any of you have any experience in using cheap USB DACs. As part of my Primare NP5 streamer purchase I was gifted a free three-month trial for Tidal Hi-Fi (thanks @gwurbfor bringing this to my attention). When streaming via Chromecast and Apple Airplay through the NP5 I am unable to stream Master quality (this isn't a bad thing as Hi-Fi quality is still sounding good and is better than the quality through Spotify). However, should I want to listen to Master quality albums on my MacBook through my Audiolab 6000a, what is the best way of doing this without paying too much. I was going to buy a 3.5mm to Toslink cable but then found out that my version of Mac no longer has analog/optical audio out through the headphone port (good ol' Apple). And I don't think my Galaxy Note 9 can do this through its headphone port. I have been looking online and it looks like I could potentially run a USB - S/PDIF from my Mac to the amp. I'm assuming I can pass audio from my Mac to the amp this way. If so, I've found the following device and was wondering if anyone here has used it before and if so will it achieve wha ti want it to? Or are there other cheap alternatives out there? Signstek HIFI USB to Coaxial S/PDIF Converter Convert Digital to Analogue Signal Mini USB DAC PCM If I were to use this one would the DAC in my amp be used for the audio and not the DAC in the device? The other alternative is to get a jack to RCA cable and plug my Note 9 to the amp that way. I'm guessing this would affect the quality of the music, or am I wrong here? Many thanks
  2. Further information: RRP $2,530 7 digital inputs 3 x coax 3 x optical 1 x USB 2 outputs 1 x TRS balanced (Libran cable INCLUDED RRP $400) 1 x RCA fixed A fine sounding preamp and super flexible DAC. I’m leaving digital behind for an all vinyl front end, so the Majestic is NLR. I have owned it from new and am the only owner. All original packaging and manual included. (IsoAcoustics Orea feat not included)
  3. After 7 years my faithful Audio GD NFB 15.32 is dying on me, so I'm looking for a new solution. My use case is Windows PC -> DAC/Amp -> Headphones and powered speakers I primarily use my speakers over my headphones, probably about a 85/15 split. For what it's worth, speakers are JBL 305p MkII and headphones are Sennheiser HD 58X but both of these are subject to future upgrade, so I don't mind going with something that might seem 'overkill' for this tier of hardware. Features / things that I'm ideally after are; Great sound quality / specs for the price Pre-amp control for my speakers Being able to switch between headphone and pre-amp output without unplugging headphones (I'm used to having this with the Audio GD for years now, but I could adjust to not having that feature. I'd just rather not have to 😄) Ideally have multiple inputs (USB, optical, coaxial) Nice build quality Balanced would be kinda cool but really, really not necessary The main unit I've been eyeing is the JDS Labs Element II combo, $400US. I own the atom amp in my turntable set-up so I have the utmost confidence in the sound quality of the unit, and I think the design is very, very sleek and would look beautiful on my desk. They also have a stellar reputation for their post sales support. The only major misgiving I have of it is that it only has USB input. Given that I'm only/primarily using it with my computer, that theoretically shouldn't be a problem, but it's not implausible that I might want to plug a game console into it along with my PC at some point in the future. I think it's just a bit of a bummer that it's single input for the DAC, it's always nice to have the option for other inputs. There is the option to buy the separate dac and amp units instead of the combo unit, but that's an extra $150US, which is too much. Another unit I've seen is the Monoprice Monolith THX combo unit, $499US. It's $100 more than the Element II, but, it has multiple inputs for the DAC and it even has a balanced headphone amp! I do find it annoying that it doesn't have balanced outputs for my speakers, though, which would be cool and seems like a missed opportunity tbh. Only 1 year warranty as well, which doesn't inspire a great deal of confidence at this price. At this point I'm just shopping around, but I'd appreciate any pointers or impressions. Thanks in advance!
  4. Selling my Burson Play. I'm selling my Burson Play, as I have the itch to upgrade to a balanced DAC, it's still in good condition, comes with original packaging and all accessories (includes remote control), and has never been opened up and had OpAmps rolled. Sounds excellent, and has the novel features of rollable OpAmps and being able to fit in a 5.25" drive bay of a computer case (also has a mic in) and Preamp. Available for pick-up or postage at buyers expense, feel free to message me for further details.
  5. Further information: Excellent balanced DAC, mint condition, boxed. Comes with USB cable and manual but no power cable (can't fit in original box). Local buyers will get power cable as well, got heaps... Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  6. Further information: This was my Main DAC for the last 3 years and It has been an absolute pleasure. I have now upgraded to the DCS line and would like to let someone else enjoy this. It's in pristine condition, gave 9/10 only cuz its used. All functioning and all parts included (remote, cables, etc.). I would confidently go as far as saying that this is still the best DAC in the sub $500 region. I've also added 4 rubber feet so you can keep it on any surface without scratching it. Price mentioned is firm as this still punches way above its weight. Full Spec can be found at : https://www.arcam.co.uk/product,accessories,accessories,irdac.htm Reviews https://www.whathifi.com/au/arcam/irdac/review https://www.avforums.com/reviews/arcam-irdac-review.9811#:~:text=The%20build%20quality%20is%20excellent,you%20don't%20have%20one. https://hometheaterreview.com/arcam-irdac-digital-to-analog-converter-reviewed/ https://www.tnt-audio.com/sorgenti/arcam_irdac_e.html Photos: Cheers
  7. Further information: Top of the Accuphase line prior to the current model line. Exceptional sound and build quality. Only bettered by the current DC-950. Can be used as a Pre. Shipping is included in the price, insurance (which I recommend) is up to you. Comes in original double boxes with original documentation. Australian stock/model. Specs can be found here: http://www.accuphase.com/cat/dp-900_dc-901_e.pdf Photos:
  8. Further information: Excellent condition. Original owner. Paid $2k new. Punches way above its weight. Very clean, and dynamic DAC. Hard to look past for the money. Plenty of glowing online reviews and awards (some below). I'd recommend upgrading the included power supply for further enhancements. Price includes insured shipping Australia wide. https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/2qute/ https://www.whathifi.com/chord/2qute/review https://zstereo.co.uk/2017/08/03/chord-chordette-2qute/ The 2Qute is our entry level ”straight’ DAC (no headphone amp) and is an evolutionary product which has scooped a number of press awards in recent years. The 2Qute is undoubtedly a super-DAC for the modern age and features class-leading specification, outstanding technical measurements and proven sonic performance. The 2Qute advances our much-loved Qute EX DAC with Hugo specification. Essentially a Hugo in a Chordette chassis, it brings the latest FPGA DAC technology into an affordable home-system-orientated unit. 2Qute contains the same high-performance Spartan 6 FPGA that has enabled Hugo to redefine the DAC genre since its launch. The 2Qute also boasts astonishingly low distortion levels of 0.0003%. The 2Qute offers support for up to 32-bit/384kHz audio via coax and USB, and 24-bit/192kHz over optical. DSD64 is supported on all inputs and DSD128 is supported via coax or USB (all via DoP). The unit also gains a handy switch to easily move between coax, optical and USB digital inputs. The device features a Class 2 USB input which, because of the 2Qute’s home-system orientation compared to Hugo’s more mobile aspirations, has been galvanically isolated for greater sonic performance. This has been achieved using a novel technique which allows for very high data rates of up to 384kHz; the input is driverless on Apple and Android devices, with (ASIO included) drivers for Windows devices.
  9. up for sale is Schiit Yggdrasil. It got scratches but they are glossy and really hard to see at the top as in the photo. It is Old model Analog 1 and USB 3. I will throw the Isotek Premium and Nordost Heaven USB cables into the sale
  10. Further information: only 3 months old. Purchased on 31/03/2020 at Addicted to Audio in Newtown. Still have the brown shipping box and the original box as well as the receipt for warranty. Only played 157 hours. I bought this beautiful DAC as a package for my the Sony DAP and heaphones. Looks and feels brandnew. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  11. Further information: Up for sale is a Chord Mojo amp/DAC purchased in February 2020. It is in excellent condition, and has always been used in a Dignis leather case (which is included in this listing). Never used while charging (this creates excess heat on the battery from the FPGA chip, leading to shorter battery lifetime). Also included are two hard to find interconnects: a sturdy USB A to Micro USB cable with ferrite choke to reduce EMF inteference (the Mojo picks up buzz from mobile phones easily), and a hard to find Astell & Kern USB C to Micro USB cable. Both cables are hard to find and were imported from Japan to make the Mojo easier to use with portable sources. Original micro-USB cable and packaging not included as they were lost. RRP of included items: Chord Mojo: $799 Dignis Laetus Leather Case: $119 A&K USB Type-C to Micro 5pin OTG Cable (PEE12): Approx. $40 Elecom USB A to Micro Cable w/ ferrite choke: Approx $15 Items will be shipped by Australia Post Express with insurance.
  12. Further information: Accuphases top of the range DAC, prior to the current generation. Specs can be found here. http://www.accuphase.com/model/dc-901.html Beautifully built, magic sounding and will last for ever. Original double boxing so shipping is not an issue and it is an Australian model. Photos:
  13. Black Termie in excellent condition with latest dsp board. Post at buyer’s expense. Fantastic sounding DAC and superb build quality. Search the reviews, these dacs are exceptional value! I just can’t use two dacs at once. Proprietary R2R + DSD Architecture True balanced 26BIT R2R + 6BIT DSD (32 steps FIR Filters) Native DSD decoding with 0.005% precision resistors Encapsulated Flagship Ultra Low Noise Power Supply CRYSTEK Flagship CCHD-957 Femto Clocks Adaptive FIFO Buffer Reclocking New Improved Digital Signal Processing FPGA Code DSD1024, PCM1536 Supports On USB & I²S Input Proprietary USB Audio Solution via STM32F446 Advanced AMR Based MCU Licensed Thesycon USB Driver For Windows Platform Driverless On Mac & Linux Dual AES/EBU Input Supports Sharp/Slow Filters Option I²S Pinout Configuration I²S DSD Channel Swap Configuration DSD DSD64-DoP On All Input DSD1024 On USB & I²S Input Only PCM 24bits / 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192KHz On All Input 1536kHz On USB & I²S Input Sampling Mode: Non-Oversampling NOS / Oversampling OS Digital Input Coax 1 via RCA Coax 2 via BNC 75 Ω TOSLink x 1 AES/EBU x 2 USB I²S via HDMI LVDS I²S via RJ45 LVDS I²S via RJ45 LVCMOS Analog Output RCA at 2.3Vrms, 625 Ω XLR at 4.6Vrms, 1250 Ω Frequency Response: 20-40 KHz -0.2dB THD+N: 0.0010% S/N Ratio: 124dB Dynamic Range: >132dB Stereo Crosstalk: -110dB Transferable warranty. Add PayPal fee (if not paying via family etc). Double boxed 56cm x 60 x 26. It should be just under the 22kg max allowed by Aust Post but I'll have to check. Photos:
  14. Further information: Purchased new this highly regarded & reviewed DAC/Headphone amp after initial RCA positioning issue rectified. Did have an issue with the unit holding charge about 3 years ago with Chord replacing the whole internal board & batteries under warranty (will include in sale) with no issues since. Unit has a small blemish/scratch on bottom surface otherwise like new. Some original accessories included, power unit, optical digital & USB cables No original packaging but unit is easily boxed for transport per Australia Post standard freight including insurance. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  15. Further information: I have the original box included. When I bought this it didn't have all the cables included so I've added a cable of each type to suit it, and have thrown in an optical toslink to mini-toslink cable to suit the device, and a mini adapter. See the pics. Price is negotiable. See: https://www.bluesound.com/products-archive/node-2/ Audio Supported File Formats MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, WMA-L, ALAC, OPUS Hi-Res formats - FLAC, MQA, WAV, AIFF Native Sampling Rates 32 - 192 kHz Bit Depths 16 - 24 Performance SNR - 110dBA Distortion, THD+N - 0.005% DAC 32-Bit, 192kHz Supported Operating Systems Plays music from network shares on the following desktop operating systems: Microsoft Windows XP, 2000, Vista, 7, 8, Apple Macintosh Free Internet Radio TuneIn Radio, iHeartRadio, Calm Radio, Radio Paradise, LiveXLive, Radio.com Supported Cloud Services Spotify, Amazon Music HD, TIDAL, Deezer , Qobuz, HighResAudio (VAULT Required), Napster, KKBox, Bugs, Taihe Music ZONE, SoundMachine, IDAGIO, OraStream Integration Partners Control4, RTI, Crestron, URC, push, iPort, ELAN, Lutron, roon. Album Art JPG Connectivity Network Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 802.11 b/g/n WiFi USB 1 x Type-A (Fat32 or NTSF formatted) port for connection to USB memory sticks and supported peripherals 1 x Type-B (mini) for product servicing Audio Input Combo - TOSLINK / 3.5mm Audio Output Analog RCA Stereo with FIXED option Coaxial RCA TOSLINK digital optical Headphone 3.5mm Stereo Subwoofer RCA 12 Volt trigger out Power Universal bi-pin AC Cord input (100 - 240AC) Wireless aptX® Bluetooth wireless built-in USER INTERFACE Mobile Free Android and iOS App Available Online at Google Play and Apple App Store Pushbuttons Simple top-panel touch controls. Control IR Sensor built in - Front panel GENERAL Processor ARM® CORTEX™ A9, 1 GHz Unit Weight 1.12 kg / 2.45 lbs Gross Dimensions 220 x 46 x 146 mm 8.7 x 1.8 x 5.7 in Power Consumption (Idle) 6 Watts Accessories 2x AC power cords (Europe & North America) Ethernet Cable Stereo RCA to RCA Cable Toslink Optical to 3.5mm Mini Adaptor Storage Environment -10° C to 50° C, 20% to 80% relative humidity Operating Environment 0° C to 40° C Photos:
  16. Further information: Great Dac for the money. First owner, purchased from Addicted to Audio. In as new condition. This is the non R version with the 5 filters. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  17. Further information: Classic 90's DAC in very good condition that I bought original in 1995. Whoever is looking for one of these already knows why this is still around today. It's one of the few DACs that supported HDCD decoding (of Reference Recording fame) but only supports 16 bit 44.1/48kHz input sample rates but is a 20bit ladder DAC. Note that the paper in the picture under the DAC is how I store it at the moment because the feet on the bottom have aged so much that they've melted and become a sticky mess. Otherwise the rest is in very good condition, and I still have the original manual. Photos:
  18. Further information: Silver Audio Research DAC 9. Selling due to surplus in my system. Unit is in mint condition, very low hours of use. Serious buyers only, can check condition upon pick up. Located in North Melbourne, 5 mins walking distance from Queen Victoria Market. Some review articles to read: http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/0320/Audio_Research_DAC9_Digital_To_Analog_Converter_DAC_Review.htm https://audiophilestyle.com/ca/reviews/audio-research-dac-9-review-r644/ Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  19. Further information: Original owner and functioned as part of a second setup. No longer required Specs: CYRUS 82 DAC The 8₂ DAC is our most flexible integrated amplifier. A high quality and scalable design provides an impressive 88 Watts per channel, and includes six analogue inputs which you can individually name from a list of options in the set up wizard. Also included is a great headphone facility and twin speaker output for bi-wiring. Advanced Technology The 8₂ DAC delivers surprising audio performance and value because it is based on the advanced preamplifier circuitry from the DAC XP Signature; benefiting from a ‘trickle down’ of our most advanced technology. Integrated Amplifier The bi-wire output of the 8₂ DAC gives a full 88 Watts into 6 ohms. The power supply is a high current design that uses two transformers to completely separate the digital control stages from the sensitive audio signals. Integrated DAC The 8₂ DAC features a high performance 24/192 DAC with optical and coaxial inputs and a driver less USB connection for plug and play connectivity to a PC or laptop. Upgrade to ‘Qx’ specification for upsampling DAC design from the DAC XP Signature.. Essential Connectivity Six analogue inputs, a high quality headphone amplifier, Zone 2 and pre amplifier outputs give the 8₂ DAC flexibility for connecting a wide variety of audio devices. There is also a PSX-R port on the 8₂ DAC allowing connectivity of the instant upgrade off-board power supply. Advanced Setup The microprocessor controlled operating system in the 8₂ DAC allows extensive programming of many functions within the unit. Input naming, differing display readouts and input volume matching across all sources are just some of the possibilities. OverView The 8₂ DAC is our most flexible integrated amplifier. A high quality and scalable design provides an impressive 88 Watts per channel, and includes six analogue inputs which you can individually name from a list of options in the set up wizard. Also included is a great headphone facility and twin speaker output for bi-wiring. Photos:
  20. Further information: Well reviewed 2 piece non over sampling DAC in great condition. I have a suitable box for shipping & am happy to work with any buyer to facilitate dispatch. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  21. Further information: This is a no-compromise comprehensive DAC/preamp/subxover/headphone solution to digital room correction, with NATIVE PCM sample rate and DSD digital signal processing at all rates from 44.1 to 192kHz, and DSD 64-128 unlike most other DSP devices which resample to the one rate internally which is a lossy process. It has USB, and multiple coaxial, optical, and analog inputs. It has a very sweet sounding fully balanced DAC section based on selected 3xTI PCM1792 DACs and high quality ADCs. It also acts as a subwoofer crossover which can be manual or automatic, a preamp with normal or high voltage output, and allows passthrough of the main channel room corrected digital signal for a separate DAC if so inclined. It comes with remote control, and a professional microphone on a 5 metre long cable for automatic and manual room measurement and correction, and bluetooth supported smartphone app. This is light years better than their award winning "dual core" model in terms of features and sound quality, as it is their reference device. I have a separate DAC and preamp and have moved to a software solution for room correction and crossover but found this device invaluable at doing all of the above tasks as I slowly added more separates to do each task individually. Original box included. DSP Cores 1 x VS1205 (GUI & Firmware update USB) 6 x VS1205 (Audio Inputs, processing) 3 x High-Quality DAC (pre-selected), 3 x High-Quality ADC Firmware Highlights Anti-Mode 3.0 room calibration algorithm Automatic cross-over frequency optimization (US Pat. 9,955,261) Extensive tone controls and user-defined parametric equalizers Anti-Mode 3.0 Multi-Rate (FIR & IIR) House Curve, Linear-Phase Tilt, Parametric EQs Adjustable Infrasonic Adjustable cross-over Interfaces 2x stereo RCA, 1x stereo XLR input 3x optical and 3x coaxial inputs (up to stereo 192kHz with coaxial) USB Audio 2.0 input (192kHz PCM, DSD64 and DSD128 by DSD over PCM) Primary Output: stereo RCA, stereo XLR, Optical Toslink, and Coaxial S/PDIF Auxiliary Output: stereo RCA and stereo XLR Microphone input, Headphone output Control wheel with a button, IR Remote Analog specifications (typical) Primary XLR: Dynamic Range: 126 dB, Total Harmonic Distortion: < 0.0008% Analog Input, XLR, SNR+THD: -104dB Frequency Response: 20...20000Hz ±0.07dB Input Voltage max RCA: 2.5 / 4.4 / 6.2 Vrms, XLR: 2.6 / 5.2 / 12.4 Vrms Output Voltage max RCA: 3.2 / 6.4 Vrms, XLR: 6.4 / 14.0 Vrms Power consumption: 25W, stand-by: < 0.5W Mechanical Unit dimensions: 436mm x 70mm x 295mm Unit weight: 4.5kg Color options: Black or Silver front plate Product page: http://www.dspeaker.com/en/products/anti-mode-x4.shtml Photos:
  22. Further information: Nad M51 DAC in good condition with no obvious scratches or marks and works perfectly. The remote as seen in photos is slightly coming apart but works with no issues. I have original boxes and packaging. This was an extremely popular DAC a few years ago and has a full range of inputs and outputs. It has volume control so can be used without the need of a pre amp. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  23. Further Information: Up for sale is my Audio-gd Master 11 headphone amplifier/pre and DAC combination and Singxer SU-1 digital audio USB bridge. Audio-gd no longer make the Master 11 because the PCM1704UK Ladder DAC chip is no longer produced. Audio-gd now makes their own discrete r2r resistor ladder DAC but if you do your research, they're not lauded in the same regard are their older PCM1704UK counterparts, like the Master 11. The sound can be described as smooth and transparent. The DAC is best paired with the Singxer SU-1 for USB audio, hence why it is included. Also included is a 15cm WireWorld UltraViolet5 HDMI cable for i2s connection between the USB audio bridge and the Master 11. The headphone amplifier has plenty of power to drive even the least sensitive headphones (think Hifiman He-6). With this amp I have used Hifiman He-1000 v2, Audeze LCD-2F, Sennheiser HD-800 (no harshness with this combination) and Focal Elegia; all have sounded excellent with this amplifier. Best that you're using the balanced XLR output to get the most out of the amplifier. This Master 11 was originally purchased in 2015 but upgraded in 2016 with the latest DSP V7 software. I have an email exchange to Audio-gd to prove this. This process involved opening the unit and flashing the new DSP firmware with an Altera blaster; hence the sticker on the rear left corner is torn. This upgrade in the DSP software, at least to my ears, improved the transparency and the slam in the bass and sub-bass. You can view the specifications of this combination DAC/AMP/PRE here: http://www.audio-gd.com/Master/Master-11/M11EN.htm I'm not willing to split these two. I prefer pickup as this is a hefty unit. Shipping at an agreed cost. Note: No IEC power cables will be included (I was using my own IsoTek power cables). Photos: u
  24. Further information: This item is brand new and still factory sealed. RRP was $999. Free Aus Post shipping. Add DTS PlayFi, Apple AirPlay 2 & UPnP to any system Free DTS PlayFi app available for iOS & Android Works with Alexa 24 bit / 192 kHz resolution Class leading fixed & variable analogue outputs SPDIF output High-end audio circuitry Stylish cast aluminium case Excerpts from the Arcam website: Arcam rPlay allows you to add network audio streaming services and internet radio to any system using DTS PlayFi, Apple Airplay® or UPnP enabled music sources. It also features an SPDIF output that can be connected [to any DAC]. The rPlay uses the finest quality parts in a layout that is optimised for low noise and minimum distortion. The four-layer PCB allows our designers to maximise the quality of the ground plane in order to further reduce interference between components. The use of multiple low noise individually regulated power supplies ensures the rPlay delivers the cleanest signal to the audiophile quality output stage. As well as a fixed line level analogue output, the rPlay also features a variable analogue output which uses the same volume control as the A49 flagship amplifier. The rPlay’s WiFi is compatible with 802.11 b/g/n but it also hosts a wired Ethernet (RJ45) connector for the most reliable results from your network. The rPlay is one of the simplest ways to enjoy streaming audio services regardless of platform and brings Arcam quality sound to a whole new generation of music lovers. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  25. Item: CHORD Qutest DAC Price Range: $1200-$1400 depending on condition etc Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Based in Sydney, happy to cover postage. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
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