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  1. Further information: Please find for Sale my beautiful DAC from Chord Electronics. It a wonderful piece of Electronic Artwork, with a sound thats rich and sublime. This is a non smoking, pet free home. I'll leave the rest up to CHORD... "Chord Electronics has once again produced the world's most technically advanced DAC. Building on the huge success of the award winning DAC64, the QBD76 now takes D/A conversion to a new level of performance not available in any other product. In addition USB and digital Bluetooth inputs allow you to enjoy very high quality audio playback from anywhere your music happens to be stored. Instead of simply using the best off the shelf DAC chips, Chord actually designed their own using the newest Xilinx field programmable gate arrays. This state-of-the-art development platform provides Chord engineers with a staggering 1,250,000 logic gates with which to design their DAC. This level of capability was undreamt of only a few years ago. By comparison the best DAC chips available today use only 30,000 logic gates. Thus, with over 40 times the development power, Chord engineers were able to control every aspect of their DAC’s design and performance. As a result, the QBD76 is capable of resolving 40dB more data than DACs using the best off the shelf chips. This means the QBD76 can resolve more musical information than any DAC using even the best chips can. This remarkable innovation takes the QBD76 very near the theoretical limit for CD audio, and once again Chord emerges with technology literally years ahead of the competition. Specifications Type: Digital to analog converter (DAC) Harmonic Distortion: < -103dB at 1 kHz 24-bit at 44.1 kHz Signal To Noise ratio: > 120dB Channel Separation: > 125dB at 1kHz Dynamic Range: 122dB Digital Inputs: 2 x 75 Ohm S/PDIF BNC Coax 2 x AES Balanced XLR Input 2 x Plastic fiber optic (TosLink) 1 x USB (B type) 1 x Bluetooth supporting A2DP Stereo Audio RAM Buffer: Off, minimum (1 sec), maximum (4 secs) Phase Switch: Positive or negative output phase Sample Frequencies: 32 kHz to 96 kHz single cable 176.4 kHz and 192 kHz USB cable Maximum Output: 3V (unbalanced), 6V (balanced) Output Impedance: 75 Ohm Dimensions: 33.8cm x 6cm and 14.5cm Chassis Material: Solid aluminum available in silver Weight: 15.4 lbs (7kg)" Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Item: chord 2 qute dac Location: adelaide Price: $900 Item Condition: excellent. 8.5/10 works perfectly using it in a second system home demo available for genuine buyers Reason for selling: upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: bought on here from aasza. really improved my system so much i wanted to go higher up in quality. lots of slam and punch from this dac in my system made a huge difference. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Item: Chord 2Qute DAC Location: Canberra Price: $875 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Funding an upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank transfer Extra Info: The Chord 2Qute is one of the most well known DACs of the last few years and for good reason. It offers excellent bang for the buck in performance terms and build quality is of the highest standard. This DAC handles PCM to 384kHz and also up to DSD 128 in DoP format. At this price it's definitely hard to beat. DAC is in excellent unblemished condition and performs flawlessly. Comes with factory packaging plus the original Chord power supply and manual. Photos:
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