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  1. Item: Audio-gd Reference 5 DAC (4x PCM1704UK) Location: West Footscray, VIC Price: $700 $650 + shipping if needed. Item Condition: Excellent 9/10. All original, no mods etc. Reason for selling: Moving on... Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank transfer Extra Info: This quad PCM1704UK chips, dual R-core transformers and ACSS/XRL/RCA output goodness has to be one of the best value in hifi. The performance itself, don't think needs any description. There are plenty of praises online for this beautifully engineered DAC. I bought this DAC on here sometime ago and have truly enjoyed it. I love the flexibility of tweaking the digital filters, and also the ability to use it in pure NOS mode. The tonality is spot on with very smooth and unconstrained sound. Even poor recordings and compressed music sounds beautiful through this DAC. Only selling to move on to something different. I have the suitable packaging that it came in, it is audio-gd branded box so I suppose its original box. Will also supply sufficient number of those little jumpers to allow for tweaking various DSP modes. Personal pickup is welcome, or happy to ship anywhere in Australia. Buyer pays the shipping and insurance as desired. Cheers. Pictures:
  2. Item: Audio-GD DAC 19 with PCM1704UK chips Location: Neutral Bay, Sydney Price: $500 FIRM, happy to post at buyers risk and expense Item Condition: Like New Reason for selling: Selling my spare. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash. Extra Info: http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/DAC19/DAC19EN.htm I apologize in advance, rotating of photos didn't work for some reason, they display fine in Photoshop however when uploaded they flip around. I have had this DAC for a while now paired with my custom built RaspberryPi Transport. It is in immaculate condition and I used all three inputs, USB for Raspberry Pi Transport, SPDIF for Raspberry Pi, and Optical for my CD player Transport. Photos:
  3. Item: Audio-GD DAC 19 with PCM1704UK chips Location: Neutral Bay, Sydney Price: $500 FIRM, happy to post at buyers risk and expense Item Condition: Like New Reason for selling: Selling my spare. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash. Extra Info: http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/DAC19/DAC19EN.htm I apologize in advance, rotating of photos didn't work for some reason, they display fine in Photoshop however when uploaded they flip around. I have had this DAC for a while now paired with my custom built RaspberryPi Transport. It is in immaculate condition and I used all three inputs, USB for Raspberry Pi Transport, SPDIF for Raspberry Pi, and Optical for my CD player Transport. Photos:
  4. I bought this lovely audio-gd DAC 3SE from vortexjah recently (thank again mate!) and have been very impressed by its performance via the DF1704 filter chip. I then bought a PMD100 chip to experiment with, but I got chatting with Kingwa from audio-gd regarding my options. He indicated that he could build me a full replacement digital board including the DSP1 V5 processor which would provide the tonal goodness of the PMD100, with the resolution of the DF1704. It also offers the option of selecting different oversampling settings and selectable phased lock loop jitter reduction. After experiencing the DSP1 V5 on my previous Reference 5, the proposition was too good to refuse! The DAC3 SE was in fact updated towards the end of its model run with a factory DSP1 V1 option (DAC 3DV). The version of the board that I have in mine has been built with WIMA capacitors rather than the white EVOX caps, so my board is a Reference 1 board, making this somewhat of a hybrid DAC. Even cooler is the fact that this DAC features three R-core transformers rather than the typical 1 x R-core and 2 x toroidal which were found in many early DAC 3SEs. It’s a huge DAC at around 430mm x 430mm x 80mm, with a wider front face. It weighs around 13kg. It also runs quite warm after 1 hour of use. Kingwa designed his earlier DACs to run warm compared to the later stuff. The new board arrived safe and sound and very well packed. Original board removed: The power wires were first unsoldered from the bridge rectifier PCB which is mounted directly above the centremost R-core transformer: Here’s a comparison of the two boards. The FETs screw into the bottom panel of the DAC for heatsinking, and the new board featured slightly different spacing as you can see in the pic below. This required the drilling of five new holes which was easily done. Apart from this, the board was a direct fit once the necessary wires were desoldered and resoldered. New board in position. One point to note is that the twelve bridging wires between the digital board and analogue boards (six wires per side) have a different order on the replacement board vs the original board. The first time I fired up the DAC, I hadn’t allowed for this change and there was no sound whatsoever (which is when panic set in!). I quickly retraced my steps and discovered my oversight. PCM1704UK chips (signified by the two white dots) Internal partitions re-fitted and ready to go! The DAC is now singing sweetly and stood up to be counted in a recent comparison with some fairly pricey and highly fancied DACs. It doesn’t have the outright detail of some DACs, but it isn’t all that far behind, and it makes up ground in terms of timbre, tone and realism. It’s the kind of DAC that you can listen to for hour upon hour without fatigue. To say that I'm happy would be a gross understatement If any DIYers are interested, I have listed the original digital board including the PMD100 and DF1704 chips in the classifieds. It would form an awesome platform for a DIY DAC.
  5. Item: Audio-gd DAC-19 DSP1 Location: Canberra Price: $450 (plus postage) (open to offers) Item Condition: Very Good (same as purchase) Reason for selling: Upgraded to another Audio-gd DAC. Payment Method: Bank Transfer, Paypal (add 3% for normal transaction unless sent as a GIFT from paypal balance or bank account) Extra Info: No USB input. It is replaced by BNC. Pictures: attached NOTE: No USB input. It is replaced with a S/PDIF BNC input. For sale is my Audio-Gd DAC-19 DSP1 bought around November this year. I liked it so much that when a Ref 7.1 became available shortly after buying this one, I immediately upgraded. So, this one has to go. The condition is like new. There are some minor scuffs at the bottom side of the unit that were apparently on the device when it was delivered. Note that the original purchaser chose to have a BNC input instead of the old USB implementation. This modification cost a bit more than the original stock price. DAC-19 is said to be the single ended version of Ref 5 and it uses the famous 2xPCM1704UK chip together with DSP1 digital filter. You can choose to play around the oversampling settings with the DSP1 chip in it. Features & technical specs can be found here http://www.audio-gd....C19/DAC19EN.htm Attached Thumbnails
  6. Item: Audio GD DAC19-DSP1 Price: SOLD Condition: Excellent (See details) Location: Melbourne (North Suburbs) Payment: Cash, PayPal (add 3%, or use 'friend/family' transaction) or bank transfer Reason for sale: Downsizing Details: For sale is my Audio-Gd DAC-19 DSP1 - which is 18 months old. The condition is still pretty much the same as i got it since its just sitting there in my man-cave (a smoke free and pet free environment.) There are some scuffs at the bottom side of the unit which came directly from the factory. I didnt complain to them since its at the bottom of the unit where you will not notice it unless of course you want to put the item upside down. Note that this has the BNC input instead of the old usb implementation so that you can direct couple this with your own usb-bnc devices should you choose to go to that route. I believe this modification cost slighly more than the original stock price. Just in case its not clear there is NO USB input in this dac since its replaced with the superior spdif BNC input. Prior to owning this DAC - I owned a REGA DAC - which I sold (for $620). To my ears, this Audio-GD is superior. Anyone that hasn't heard a PCM1704UK dac should do themselves a favour! Photos: Will post tonight Note: I am also selling my Audio GD DI-dsp with PSU (will post an FS later). Can do a deal on both (they work better together anyway!).
  7. Item: Audio-Gd DAC-19 DSP1 Location: Sydney Price: SOLD Item Condition: Very Good (same as purchase) Reason for selling: Upgraded to another Audio-GD. Payment Method: Bank Transfer, Paypal (add 3% for normal transaction unless sent as a GIFT from paypal balance or bank account) Extra Info: NO USB input. It is replaced by BNC. Pictures: attached I have now updated the price to make it the same as the last sale price of this unit in this forum. Also now that i moved office and there is no convenient post office close to it, i can only post this item on Saturdays. NOTE: NO USB INPUT. It is replaced with BNC input. For sale is my Audio-Gd DAC-19 DSP1 bought around March this year. I am sort of contemplating to sell this since its good value but since i upgraded already i guess there is no point in keeping this dac The condition is still pretty much the same as i got it since its just sitting there on a desk in a smoke free and pet free environment. There are some scuffs at the bottom side of the unit which came directly from the factory. I didnt complain to them since its at the bottom of the unit where you will not notice it unless of course you want to put the item upside down. Note that i choose to have BNC input instead of the old usb implementation so that you can direct couple this with your own usb-bnc devices should you choose to go to that route. I believe this modification cost me slighly a bit more than the original stock price. Just in case its not clear there is NO USB input in this dac since its replaced with the superior spdif BNC input. DAC-19 is said to be the single ended version of Ref5 and it uses the famous 2xPCM1704UK chip together with DSP1 digital filter. You can choose to play around the oversampling settings with the DSP1 chip in it. My personal preference is still with its stock settings which is what is set currently on this dac. Features & technical specs can be found here http://www.audio-gd....C19/DAC19EN.htm
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