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  1. Hi All, As a long time Cyrus user have been using the DAC integrated in a Model 8xpd integrated amp with external PSXR power supply. In the last year I have migrated to running it as a preamp into a set of X200 mono blocks. Cyrus have this year released an upgrade to the internal DAC that supports DSD512, 32bit 768KHz internal and asynchronous USB bridge. This is based on an ESS Sabre DAC (although I'm not sure of the exact chipset). https://www.cyrusaudio.com/products/qxr-upgrade-card/ So I have one of these on order. Does anyone have any experience with it? Feedback? I know there are plenty of external DAC options but I liked the idea of minimising the number of boxes. Cheers.
  2. Review Setup GIESELER Groß DAC with usb only input option (standard has s/pdif & usb inputs). Groß connected to Sotm SMS-200 with Audioquest Carbon usb cable. Used XLR outputs to SGR CX3B (Mk 1) powered speakers. Bass optimised with dual subs (SVS SB13U, SB-2000). SMS-200 bridged to Synology DS414 NAS to access music. Used MPD server on SMS-200 and MPDroid on phone for playback. Update 17 Feb 18: Upgraded equipment with Uptone ISO Regen, Behringer DCX2496 with Behringer Mods. Swapped positions of subs with SB13U doing more and further bass optimisation using Multi Sub Optimisation. Update 17 May 18: Upgraded SMS-200 to Ultra version which brought a lot more nuance the music. External Appearance & Remote The unit has a smart looking front, with a power button and 4 line display. Update 17 Oct: new firmware removed Channel, now 3 line display The rear panel has a usb input, XLR and RCA outputs and a 9V AC input from an external transformer to feed low noise internal PSU's. Update 17 Oct: Note that Groß has output transformers which allows it to be directly connected to power amps or powered speakers. Smaller and much lighter than previous Audiolab 8200CDQ (DAC plus pre-pro, CD player, headphone amp). 8200CDQ displayed both the bit depth and sample rate but Groß only the sample rate. Groß display could do with brightness adjustment because it was too bright at night. The remote was slim and easy to use. Red power button cycled through home menu, screen off, large volume and filter display. Channel Up/Down cycled through filters, Volume Up/Down, plus mute button. Volume control was digital with a bypass available for a pre-pro. In my case, requested that bypass be disabled to prevent an accidental overload on the amps in the CX3Bs. Setting up on the SMS-200 was straight forward. After plugging the usb cable into Groß, the SMS-200 picked up the DAC. Then, manually changed DAC setting from non-DSD to DoP in Eunhasu MPD setup. Update 17 Feb 18: using DSD instead of DoP. DAC Comparison As expected, Groß out-performed 4 years old 8200CDQ (which was highly acclaimed then). The difference was marked when switching back to the 8200CDQ after a few hours on the Groß, with less detail, transparency and naturalness among many things lacking. Looking forward to reviews of others comparing Groß with more recent DACs. Update 17 May 18: The Groß comfortably beat the 2Qute with better detail, sound stage, clarity in my setup. Listening Experience Most of my music consisted of ripped 16/44.1 flac, with some purchased 24/96 flac and also have ripped DSD64. Groß is my first unit able to play native DSD; previously DSD converted to PCM during playback. Long time favourite, Parce Mihi Domine (Jan Garbarek & Hillard Ensemble, Officium, 16/44.1 flac) had never sounded so good. Jan Garbarek’s saxophone was more natural and transparent and there was clarity in the position of the saxophone relative to the Hillard Ensemble. In numerous 16/44.1 flac, Groß managed to bring out the details and improved the imaging, depth, sound stage. Vocals, particularly female (e.g. KD Lang, Hallelujah, Hymns of the 49th Parallel) had a presence. Even relatively poor classical recordings sounded cleaner. Groß does 16/44.1 flac very well. With higher resolution music, the piano in Gjeilo’s North Country II, Stone Rose, 24/96 flac was natural and as close as I have heard to a real one. When the flugelhorn comes in, imaging was good and realistic. Diana Krall’s My Love Is, from Love Scenes, 24/96 flac, had deep tight bass bass, tighter than I knew, with an excellent voice. Groß managed to improve the bass a bit more in an already optimised dual sub setup. Groß’s DSD capability is outstanding. Eagles’s Hotel California from the same named album was a revelation in native DSD64. Detailed, transparent, nice sound stage. Much better than 16/44.1 and beat 24/96 version. Similarly, Arnesen’s Magnificat 4: Et Misericordia from Magnificat album (DSD64) on 2L label was very good. However, in an unfair comparison, it could not (& not expected to) match the atmosphere and presence of 5.1 PCM with the piano and organ behind the conductor. DSDs came across superbly on the Groß. Could have written a lot more about how good the listening experience was but above was a fair representation. Update 17 Oct: The listening experience improved after 30 to 40 hours of use. Not sure whether this was because I was getting more used to the Groß’s presentation? Female vocals continued to capture my attention with their presence. And still amazed by the details in PCM material. DSDs remain outstanding, problem now is opening wallet to get more DSD material. Update 17 Feb 18: Details, sound stage improved with the upgrades (ISO Regen, Behringer Mods and Amanero firmware). Am surprised how much the Amanero firmware contributed to audio quality. DSD made my wallet lighter but brought more smiles. North Country II in DSD has now replaced the 24/96 PCM version as my favourite piece, with the piano better. Filters The Groß with the AKM AK4497EQ DAC chip came with 6 filters: Super slow roll-off: no echo reproduces natural sound Short delay, slow roll-off: minimal echo reproduces original sound Slow roll-off: minimal echo reproduces original sound Short delay, sharp roll-off: post echo enhances bass sound Sharp roll-off: pre & post echoes make powerful sound. Low dispersion short delay: sound quality optimised Selecting the filter was via the remote and could be changed on the fly for PCM. Filters do not apply to DSD. There were supposed to be subtle differences between filters, but was beyond my old ears to resolve consistently. Update 17 Feb 18: finally found differences! Used short delay, slow roll-off, previously low dispersion short delay, to reduce the echo. Found the short delay, sharp roll-off and sharp roll-off filters had too much echo. Firmware Owning the first USB unit is wonderful and exciting but came with imperfect beta firmware. The firmware was derived from the Gieseler Konverter (same AK4497EQ DAC chip plus pre-pro) and still displayed channel in first line. Also, there were pops when skipping DSD tracks, and occasional pops elsewhere. Will get update once these niggles have been resolved. Update 17 Oct: Firmware has now been updated which removed channel in display, eliminated the annoying pops/clicks. It turned out that the Konverter firmware had the same problem. Both sets of firmware now been overhauled and improved. Update 17 Feb 18: Used Amanero2003_71A firmware optimised for Linux players (SMS-200) . Note that this is different to the Groß firmware referred above. Skip Groß If You … Like the unboxing experience and want to make a YouTube video of it. GIESELER Audio has spent R&D dollars on how it sounds and none on the packaging (but unit was well packed with 3 layers of bubble wrap). Bonus was no one was tempted during shipment! Update 17 Oct: Clay has sourced a double box for shipping Desire international brands with big reputations, leading edge look & feel and extensive reviews. GIESELER Audio have well regarded niche products here on SNA. It may yet gain a wider acceptance as a result of Groß! Conclusion Proud and delighted to own an Australian designed and manufactured DAC which delivered superb audio. In summary, WOW! Update 17 Oct: a theme coming through from the early owners is that the Groß DAC is addictive and we want to listen to it even more. Update 17 Feb 18: With the upgrades, enjoying the Groß DAC more than ever. p/s Clay Gieseler @Gieseler Audio is a fantastic person to deal with and service is second to none.
  3. Item: Chord Mojo DAC headphone amp like new Location: Melbourne Price: $450 Item Condition: like New Reason for selling: never found headphones comfortable Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3%, COD Only Extra Info: Photos:
  4. Hey All. So I am wanting to get a DAC and Headphone AMP, either as one unit or a stack is fine. $500 budget. No real preference for sound, just clean, natural, no excess bass or treble boost. Will be plugged into PC of cause, so USB, Toslink and so on will be handy. Also got about $300 for a closed set of headphones with similar sounding characteristics. Suggestions will be very helpful thanks, must be able to buy online from a decent seller, no dodgy over sea's stuff please.
  5. Item: chord 2Qute with Gieseler power supply Location: Thirroul Price: $900 final price drop Item Condition: fantastic Reason for selling: investing in vinyl Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: awesome dac that is really lifted by the power supply.....well, to my ears anyway! Have reduced the price to $900 for both. Pick up Thirroul or Sydney CBD. Might be able to meet up Syd metro. happy to post at buyers expense. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  6. Item: Rega Dac available with Audiophilleo 1 Location: St Andrews Beach Victoria Price: $450 with Audiophilleo 1 Reduced Item Condition: Rega Dac excellent - Audiophilleo has dimmed led's on display and remote trigger wire needs replacement Reason for selling: Purchased a new DAC Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Rega DAC in excellent condition with Audiophilleo 1 (please see description for Audiophilleo 1) The Audiophilleo 1 allows for a SPDIF to USB connection and provides the ability to run audio formats up to 24bit 192khz on Windows with their driver installed or the the native driver on Mac. Great sounding DAC and great value at this price.. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  7. Item: Cyrus Lyric 5 Location: Bayside, Melbourne. Price: RRP $4900.00 selling for $2800.00 Item Condition: one year old Reason for selling: changed media sources and moving towards analogue Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: great all in one player I bought new one year ago with many facilities like media controller, Bluetooth, which I no longer use so seems a waste to keep it. Currently using only as a source. Strengths of this are the DAC, CD player and NAS control. Weakness, this amp is a class D 80 watt which produces great highs but is a little less in depth when driving inefficient speakers like my Dynaudio. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  8. Item: vega Location: campsie Price: 2300 Item Condition: great Reason for selling: unexpected bills Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: very open and transparent with tonnes of detail. A dac that is impressive that would cost well over 5/7 k to beat. I purchased from simply hifi beginning of 2018. you are welcome to try before purchase. I found for super critical detail usb was the go to and for dynamics and overall musicality i chose a good coax. thanks sna donation if sold here. Lowballers will not be answered. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  9. Item: Rega Dac Location: Melbourne, Inner Northern Suburbs Price: $450 Item Condition: Mint Condition including original box, manual and clover leaf power cable Reason for selling: My Sons Downsizing his system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Selling on behalf of my Son. He purchased it new from CAV around 2012. Fantastic English made Dac that utilises 1 Wolfson Dac per channel. This is one of the most musical sounding digital products I've ever heard. Photos:
  10. Item: DCS Debussy DAC in silver in ex-display condition Location: Leichhardt Price: $10,000 Item Condition: Ex display - Full manufacturer's warranty Reason for selling: Clearance Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Credit card on pick up, Direct deposit Extra Info: Can freight at extra cost The entry point to the world of dCS, Debussy combines the legendary dCS Ring DAC and our award winning USB technology to deliver an elegant DAC that will extract an amazing musical performance from any digital source.This unit features a sleek solid high-grade aluminum fascia, along with aluminum casing, metal buttons and is powered by dCS electronics. Whether you use CD or a computer as your source, Debussy will resolve every last bit of detail from your music collection, bringing a realism that you have never heard before. These have won more medals in awards than a colonel in an army, it's very common to see this unit with many awards to its name. It has more inputs and features than a knifes in chefs kitchen and much more. Comes box Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  11. Item: Wyred 4 Sound DAC-1, with femto clock upgrade Location: Perth (Kardinya) Price: Withdrawn Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Great DAC, excellent condition. Femto clock upgraded by the dealer, DeepHZAudio (2015.). It comes with original box and manual. Postage for Aus metro areas $35 via StarTrack couriers with tracking (or organize your own courier for pickup). Payment to bank account or PayPal as friend (no fees). Happy to demo for local buyers. https://wyred4sound.com/sites/default/files/DAC-1-LEMANUALv1.pdf http://www.positive-feedback.com/Issue51/wyred.htm Femto-Grade Master Clock Option* Accuracy and overall quality of the master clock are crucial to obtaining optimum sound quality. The standard clock is no slouch but you now have the option to upgrade to the highest grade component available in its class. Implementation of this femto grade clock optimizes audio quality by lowering phase jitter by over 80% as well as greatly reducing phase noise in the digital circuit. Clocks of this grade are typically found in DAC's retailing for $6K or more. Wyred4Sound DAC 1. This is the final DAC. You need no other. This is the sound of the recordings you love. It too gets out of the way but even more so. Perhaps better internal parts make for its powerful presentation, richness, authority, cleanness and overwhelming detail retrieval. But it’s not 'detail', it’s not 'resolution'. It’s hyper reality of the kind the musician hears before his music is transformed from sweat and blood into product. I don’t understand how Wyred4 Sound managed but they’re holding up the bar mighty high while we enjoy the music. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  12. Item: PIONEER n-70ae Location: Telopea, 2117, NSW Price: 1350 (+ $30 shipping or Free for local pickup) Item Condition: Excellent/As new Reason for selling: Upgrading to a Roon support DAC system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I got this as brand new unit from Power Move as a replacement unit for my older model. http://powermove.com.au/pioneer-n70ae-network-player-in-built-wifi-n70ae/ The box has amazing build quality which is over-engineering from Japan It has 32 bit DAC (ES 9016S x 2) can do everything from DSP with multiple streaming service support. Support Tidal MQA which is amazing with high-res streaming service. It can stream and play any high res format that you want with excellent audio quality. I compared with Hegel H80 DAC and Chord Hugo and found the Pionner ES 9016S DAC is better then them all, background is dead quiet comparing using computers with DAC. The Pioneer "Remote App" for smart hand is very handy for play your files from NAS or Tidal. RRP $2,499 Come with original boxes and accessories Free local pickup in Telopea, 2117, audition is welcome 5 star review from Whathifi: https://www.whathifi.com/pioneer/n-70ae/review Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  13. Item: IFI iDac USB 24 bit/ 192kHz DAC Location: Melbourne Price: $150 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: Not being used. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: https://www.stereophile.com/content/ifi-audio-idac-amp-iusbpower-usb-da-processor-amp-outboard-power-supply https://www.tnt-audio.com/sorgenti/ifi_idac_e.html Photos:
  14. Item: Chord Mojo and Moon Audio Black Dragon USB Cable (22cm) Location: Melbourne, Australia Price: $450 AUD Item Condition: Perfect working condition, some visible scratches . Reason for selling: Not used Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only, Free shipping with tracking in Australia Extra Info: This DAC needs no introduction. Only selling because I now use a Hugo TT and a Sony WM1Z and have no need for the Mojo. It comes with a Moon Audio Black Dragon USB Cable worth $85 USD. Will ship with tracking for free Australia-wide, or pickup in the South Melbourne area. Photos:
  15. Item: Cambridge Audio DAC Majic 2 MkII - These are a very tweakable DAC. This one has had some mods done by previous owner (I think a bypass on one of the input/outputs) but I cant remember what was done: DacMagic 2i: has many significant improvements. Design revisions resulted in reduction in distortion by as much as 50 per cent, gold-plated printed circuit boards and connectors, and better quality low-noise transformers. The DacMagic 2 Mk II: same as DacMagic 2i but with Analog Devices AD712JN output chips. Location: Bunbury South West WA Price: $220 Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: Surplus to needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, direct deposit (postage approx $25.00) Extra Info: Breakdown of different models here: http://www.gbaudio.co.uk/data/dac2.htm More info here: https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/40594-dacmagic-mods.html Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  16. Item: Wadia 121 Decoding Computer (DAC) Location: Brisbane Price: $750 $650 $600 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Moved on to another DAC Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I purchased this unit new. Has been faultless and provided a great sounds. Original packaging, remote and power supply included. Pictures:
  17. Item: Classe Sigma 2200i Integrated 200w Amplifier/Dac/HDMI RRP $7500.00 Location: Perth Price: $3500.00 Item Condition: 8/10 Ex Demo Reason for selling: Keeping my 50w Class A Integrated as I am unable to keep both. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought the Classe Sigma in March from West Coast hifi for $3500.00 on sale as an ex Demo whilst my Gold Note Integrated was in the shop being repaired. This is an outstanding performer with 200w at 8 ohm. Ity has bass management for your subwoofer and also has a comprehensive 6 way EQ function. Both Bass management and EQ can be adjusted to any HZ. I have shown photos of the settings I currently have set up with my Morel DIY 3 way bookshelves. I believe the adjustment is up to +3db. This is a fun Integrated if you like to fiddle a bit, if not just keep the settings set as factory settings. It has a built in Dac as well as HDMI inputs for 2.1 movies watching. It has a very user friendly app to control things like volume-bass-treble-filter-source-configuration. There is a great 15 min instructional video on Youtube for those interested. It does not come with a remote control but app replaces the remote, nor does it come with a CLasse Sigma 2200i box as West Coast supplied it in a Classe AMP2 box. I am asking $3500.00 for the Integrated as this is what I paid only a couple of months ago and am passing on the savings to someone else. Their are a couple of surface scratches on the casing which is pretty much standard fair when purchasing ex demo hifi goods from hifi outlets as such massive discounts. No marks on the facia though. More than happy to demo to Perth locals and can ship for roughly $50 insured. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  18. Been going through the Gieseler DAC threads to dig up owners’ reviews & impressions over the past 2 few years. Together, they provided an impressive picture of how well Clay has made his DACs and has lead me to consider purchase the upcoming Groß DAC with balanced outputs. Fein II Reviews & Impressions helland 28 Mar 19 RussB 14 Apr 19 compared with Gross Dac with gold tuned PSU Snoopy8 14 Apr 19 compared with Gross Dac with gold tuned PSU Klein III Reviews & Impressions pnes_nv 20 Oct 18 compared with Arcam irDac II pete_mac 10 Nov 18 compared with Klein DrSK 11 Dec 18 compared with Oppo 205 Snrub 8 Mar 19 compared with Audiolab M-Dac Groß Reviews & Impressions illbarto 18 Sep 17 compared with Klein II Snoopy8 5 Oct 17 compared with Audiolab 8200CDQ, 13 May 18 compared with 2Qute, PS Audio Direct Stream jnr BAM 6 Oct 17 compared with PSAudio Directstream bhobba 28 Nov 17, 22 Jan 18 compared with PSAudio Directstream Ancientflatulence 15 Dec 17 Suopermanni 23 Dec 17 compared with Gungnir Multibit Bill125812 18 Jan 18 compared with PS audio Nu Wave scumbag 18 Jan 18 compared with PS Audio Direct Stream jnr RussB 23 Feb 18, 8 Apr 18 compared with Klein, Chord Qutest Mattw 4 Mar 18 6 Mar 18 14 Mar 18 compared with Starting Point Systems DAC3 Mike13 6 Mar 13 compared with Chord 2Qute, 13 May 18 compared with 2Qute, PS Audio Direct Stream jnr Francisco 8 Mar 18 Stereophilus 11 Mar 18 compared with Mola Mola Makua, PSAudio Directstream, Chord DAVE Assisi 11 Mar 18 compared with Mola Mola Makua Rosco8 24 Mar 18 compared with Cayin (Valve/SS), ARCAM-II DAC II Bunno77 26 Mar 18 compared with Geek Pulse S Infinity Rawl99 2 Apr 18 compared with Killer rmpfyf 2 Apr 18 compared with Killer Conch 16 Apr 18 compared with Klein II, Chord 2qute, Accuphase Dac50 Max Headroom 10 May 18, 13 May 2018 compared with 2Qute, PS Audio Direct Stream jnr buddyev 31 Oct 18 compared with Topping D50 lemarguis 10 Jul 19 compared with Klein II Konverter Reviews & Impressions (Has pre-amp as well) ~Spyne~ 29 Apr 17 Woadl 13 Jun 17 compared with Auralic Vega Klein II Reviews & Impressions Andrewyuri 1 May 16 compared with Klein Jonny 31 Jul 16 compared with Antelope Gold Klein Reviews & Impressions GPK 17 Jun 15 Bill125812 28 Jun 15 compared with NAD M51 naggots 29 Jun 15 rambada 7 Aug 15 matt200sr 10 Aug 15 naggots 21 Sep 15 on SE version scumbag 16 Oct 15 compared with MyDac joz 29 Oct 15 pete_mac 5 Nov 15 compared with audio-gd DAC16DSP pop9745 25 Nov 15 compared with Chord Hugo, Resonessence Labs Concero HD, and Ifi betocool 1 Dec 15 woadl 1 Dec 15 andrewyuri 13 Apr 16 compared with Arcam irDac, Nad M51 Jventer 15 May 16 compared with PSAudio Directstream NcA 27 May 16 Tellmidd 16 Jul 16 Powerav 15 Oct 16 Zypr 16 Jan 17 Terry0 11 Mar 18 compared with Oppo 205, Bluesound Node2 Please post if corrections, additions required…
  19. Item: Primare DAC 30 Location: Perth Price: $650 or best offer Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: No longer required, I have way too many DACs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Owned from new and was the mainstay of my setup for 2 years with a nice smooth sound. Excellent condition with just a couple of very small marks on the top panel. Comes with the remote. As I no longer have the original packaging I will give preference to local buyers before considering postage at cost. Happy to demo for local buyers. Review here by The Ear to give you an idea of the sound and specs: http://www.the-ear.net/review-hardware/primare-dac-30-digital-analogue-converter Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  20. Item: Rega DAC Location: Brisbane Price: $400 Item Condition: Perfect condition, as new Reason for selling: DAC Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: This is a great DAC, I’ve been very happy with it, Rega does digital like analog, so it sounds great. Can ship in original box, however would prefer pickup. Pictures:
  21. Item: Cambridge Audio CXN V1 Silver Location: 2450 Price: $880 plus postage Item Condition: mint, still in 7 months warranty Reason for selling: need money Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I am selling a Network streamer DAC Cambridge Audio CXN in excellent condition, no scratch or dent, used 5 months, Product of the Year, Awards 2016 from WHAT HIFI https://www.whathifi.com/cambridge-audio/cxn/review Comes with all original packaging inc unused remote control. Happy to ship if need at the buyers expense. Thanks Pictures:
  22. Item: Audient iD22 audio interface Location: Perth Price: $350 + $20 postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Not using Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is a high quality DAC/ADC USB audio interface, up to 24bit/96kHz, Burr Brown converters, metal casing and aluminium knobs. The unit is three years old but like new, the only blemish is a slight mark on the large center knob. Original box, power supply, and USB cable included, driver can be downloaded from: https://support.audient.com/hc/en-us/categories/200160128-iD22 Audient site + Reviews https://audient.com/products/audio-interfaces/id22/overview/ https://tapeop.com/reviews/gear/104/id22-usb-audio-interface/ https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/audient-id22 Pictures:
  23. Has any one tried different power supplies with the Qutest dac?
  24. Item: PDX Level 2 DAC with optical volume control (new Audyn True Copper Max Output caps) Location:Brisbane Price: Keeping it Item Condition: Very good condition Reason for selling: See below Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: It’s the top one in the pic Pictures:
  25. Item: Schiit Modi 3 DAC Location: Kilsyth South Price: $120, $10 freight Item Condition: very good, optical port can’t hold cable without blu-tack Reason for selling: not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Getting rid of all my HiFi- the optical port broke when I inserted the cable, the clip and the door fell out. It still works, I applied blu tack to the cable surround, and it works perfectly fine. Probably an easy repair job! Have box and receipt, 2 weeks old.
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