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  1. Item: W4S Remedy (Reclocker) Location: Bonbeach 3196 Price: $420 Item Condition: As new, suit new buyer Reason for selling: My new DAC kicks arse, no longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pickup preferred, Can ship at buyers expense https://wyred4sound.com/products/digital-converters/remedy-reclocker Good for sources which need some jitter reduction. Utilizes an incredible Femto-grade clock Superior jitter reduction (click for measurements) 96kHz output sampling frequency* Toslink and Coaxial digital inputs Toslink, Coaxial, BNC digital outputs (all active from any input) Digital inputs support up to 24/192kHz! Can be used to convert connections (optical in and coax out, etc) 9VDC power supply included 5 year warranty Note: works with 2-channel PCM signals only, not surround sound formats Pictures:
  2. Item: Singxer SU1 Location: Artarmon Sydney Price: $390 (retail for US$399 plus postage) If no local interest I can post and will charge actual postage cost. Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: Recycling money into vinyl and 1 digital system is enough. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: At this stage I would prefer pickup in Artarmon or Sydney CBD as I have misplaced the box. Lots of stuff written and reviewed. https://www.shenzhenaudio.com/singxer-su-1-usb-digital-interface-with-xmos-xu208-cpld-dsd256-dop.html Description: Copied from Shenzhenaudio. SU-1 digital interface of our team to develop a high-performance USB digital audio interface, using the XMOS latest xCORE-200 series chip. SU-1 is the independent development low jitter clock digital system interface(CRYSTEK CCHD-575/957 SERIES). SU-1 digital interface using standard USB2.0 input interface, while SU-1 has many output interfaces,including XLR Balanced Output AES,coaxial RCA and BNC,using HDMI socket output I2S port,WCLK clock output. 1.X-1 is the first use of XMOS latest xCORE-200 series USB interface digital products. New generation XMOS chip, using more advanced processing technology, performance is 2 times than the older U8 chip , reaching 1000MIPS processing capabilities. 2.It is known, the core of the algorithm is digital audio. Our team has been in digital audio field for many years, at the same time get XMOS FAE team support, we conducted a number of technical improvements and algorithms optimization on the basis of the original firmware. Specifications: Each output interface supports sampling rates:PCM: 44.1KHz, 48KHz, 88.2KHz, 96KHz,176.4KHz, 192KHz, 352.8KHz, 384KHz(I2S support all sampling rate,S/PDIF support upper to 192KHz DSD: 2.8 MHz (DSD64)-DoP, native5.6 MHz (DSD128)-DoP, native11.2 MHz (DSD256)-native(I2S output support all DSD,S/PDIF,AES/EBU support DSD64 DOP mode) Bits width:the highest 32 bit over I2S outputThe highest 24 bit over S/PDIF Each interface electrical standards:1.USB input socket is a standard USB-B type socket, USB power supply range 4.5V-5.1V;2.RCA connector outputs standard S/PDIF signal,electrical level is 550mV (standard connection load),the output impedance of 75 ohms.3.Power suppply input is AC 115V/230V,using TALEMA transformer. Design details:1.Carry out electricity as the mother of the acoustic design concept,pay attention to the power supply circuit design,high-performance,low noise and fast response of the LDO as the main power source.The entire board using a multi-way independent of the LDO power supply,wherein the clock even partially adopted ADI's ultra low noise LDO,in order to ensure the ultimate output performance. 2.PCB motherboard with 4-layer circuit board design,make sure you have a complete ground plane and power planes, high-speed digital design methods to ensure signal integrity and power integrity of the entire board.The clock signal special treatment, the use of package design and precise impedance control,thereby ensuring the signal quality and increase the clock anti-jamming capability.Input and output signals are to follow standard design,especially USB high speed signals using a 90 ohm differential impedance control. System compatibility:1:Windows XP,Windows 7,Windows 8;32/64 bit,need install driver2:Native MacOS 10.6 and later,use own driver3:Native Linux with UAC2 compliant kernel,use own driver4:Android OS 4.2 and above,need support OTG function I2S port use HDMI socket output:1.Electrical level is 3.3V LVDS differential signa.2.DSD ON singnal,5Vpower supply,CPLD has processed the MUTE signal,so do not need to process it again.3.DSD ON signal can be user-defined,DSD ON signal can be connected to PIN 13,14,15,16 on the socket.4.You can adjust the phase of PIN 1-3 and PIN 7-9 with a switch. Flexible HDMI-I2S output configuration: Switch 1-4 is for PIN13-16 on the HDMI socket. When you turn it into "ON",it means that HDMI PIN has DSD_ON function. Switch 5 is clock output mode,"OFF" is MCLK,"ON" is WCK. Switch 6 is for HDMI PIN1-3 and PIN 7-9 phase,ON is positive phase,OFF is negative phase.(ON is for Gustard DAC,OFF is for PS audio) If it is Gustard DAC,please turn Switch 3 and 6 into "ON",others are "OFF. Switch 7 and 8 are standby. The case of formal version(we will write it when formal version finished,now it is not formal version),we will design a hole in the back of the case,so if you want to change configuration,you do not need to open the case. Pictures: Updated with actual photos
  3. Item: Empirical Audio Synchro-Mesh 24/96 SPDIF reclocker and AJ linear 12V PSU Location:Glen Waverley Vic. Price:Sold Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: Hardly used, Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Purchased both few years ago and lightly used connected to Squeezebox and CD player via a DAC Makes a significant improvement over a stand alone DAC The Linear Power supply elevates the performance over the standard supplied even further. Comes with standard Walmart power supply for Synchro Mesh and connecting power cable for AJ PSU Not keen to separate at this stage as matching pair Happy to post at cost Pictures:
  4. Item: Intona IsolatorLocation: Glen Waverley, VictoriaItem condition description: Excellent.Price and price conditions: $195Reason for selling: No longer usedPayment Methods: Paypal (add 3%), Cash - Pickup, Bank Transfer. Extra info: Excellent for cleaning up the signal, reducing noise floor and subsequently improving audio quality. Used it until I sold my Schiit Gungnir Multibit. Now no longer need them. Many users prefer the Intona to the regen and similar products.
  5. Item: Regen USB Amber as new in box Location: Brisbane Price: $170 + postage at cost (prepaid 1kg satchel is $8.50) Item Condition: Perfect Reason for selling: Selling for a mate - was using with a high quality DAC and thought there was not enough benefit to warrant keeping it. I tried it with my Auralic Mini and felt the same. Worked brilliantly with a crappy laptop though so will do wonders on a not so clean system (squeezebox, MAC etc). Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: In original box with USB Male to USB Female adaptor and short USB cable. Original power supply. Pictures: You know what these look like! Manufacturers site Stereophile Review Blurb: The USB REGEN takes the digital audio stream from your computer or other music streaming device, and generates a completely new USB data signal to feed to your DAC. It accomplishes this by combining a carefully chosen USB hub chip with an ultra low-noise regulator and low-jitter clock. Importantly, it does so with ideal impedance matching—right at the input of your DAC. If you are familiar with the variations in sound quality that come from different computer configurations, USB cables, and power supplies (no, "bits are bits" really does not apply when pursuing the audio summit), then you will immediately recognize the often dramatic effect that the REGEN can have on the the connection you feel with the music. Although the REGEN does not eliminate all sound quality differences between USB cables in a high-end system, it significantly reduces those differences. John Swenson has written about how the PHY chips and processors at the input of every USB DAC (even those with galvanic isolation) are sensitive to "packet noise modulation" and ground-plane noise—caused by poor signal integrityand impedance mis-matching. Every USB audio source (computer or streamer) and cable causes this, every DAC is affected by this—and the REGEN is the cure. The USB REGEN's secondary function is that it disconnects the computer's noisy 5 volt bus power coming down the USB cable, and provides clean 5VBUS on its output--for DACs that need it—via a second ultra low-noise regulator. From all the time we have spent listening to the REGEN in our systems we can say that it is exceeding our expectations. Often it sounds like you are listening to a different DAC! Of course the benefit will vary with each computer/DAC system, but we hear positive differences even with very modest systems. The improvement is different than with a power supply or computer optimizations—but perhaps larger. Regardless of whether you are feeding your USB DAC from a from a stock computer, a fully-optimized music server, or a streamer/renderer (Auralic Aries, Bryston, Moon Audio, SOtM sMS-100, etc.), the REGEN has the potential to carry your music system to a new level. I am also going to throw in a battery bank with the Regen. This is a 8 bank plastic battery enclosure with on/off switch and a 5.5mm power lead. It holds 8 AA cells and supplies DC to the Regen in place of the power supply that comes with it. If you use 8 rechargable Lithium Ion batteries then you get 12volts, which is perfect for the Regen. Amp's is fine too. I have been using it with some rechargable AA Lithium Ion cells that I got quite cheap on Ebay. You can also use Life-PO as well but they are more expensive and require a special charger though voltage will be higher which the Regen can accommodate. Life-PO retains it's voltage for longer than Lithium Ion. I have run the Regen off the Lithium Ion battery for several days and it has not needed to be charged which is convenient. So another cheapish option if you want to experiment with running the Regen or any other device with a 5.5mm DC power socket that will accept a range of volts. "Batteries not included". http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Battery-Holder-8-AA-Case-12V-Portable-DC-5-5mm-Power-Supply-For-Led-Strips-CCTV-/261559363182 Example of some batteries that will work in this application - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Energizer-Rechargeable-Batteries-AA-8-Pack-/222259046223?hash=item33bfabe74f:g:6NIAAOSwgHZYC6xk Mark
  6. Item: Synchro - Mesh Reclocker Location: Melbourne Price: $400 plus shipping Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR, can use funds for other Classifieds items Payment Method: Cash, DD Extra Info: Unit works perfect, but I have used AES/EBU now for a while and I'm staying with it, so time to find this little unit another home. I don't really know much about the specs, it's just a really nice reclocker by Steve Nugent and that is what I wanted at the time. Both Toslink and coax in. Coax in is both RCA and BNC for the 75 ohm purists. Has a 16/24 switch on it too. No dings, scratches etc, it's in really nice condition. Comes with a WW power supply as standard. I believe these units sound heaps better run from a linear supply, but I never got around to trying that. No original boxes and pickup always preferred, but I will pack it so it can be used as a footy by the OZ Post lads and still arrive perfect, where ever you are in OZ. Cheers, Red.
  7. Item: Wyred4Sound Remedy Reclocker + Gieseler Linear Power SupplyLocation: Cleveland, QLD (4163)Price: $475 (Shipping +$15, PayPal +3%)Item Condition: Used, very good conditionReason for selling: No longer required.Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+3%) , Bank TransferExtra Info: Listing is for a Wyred4Sound Remedy Reclocker (purchased 20-Oct-2015) and a Gieseler Linear PSU (purchased 31-Dec-2015), original Australian printed invoices are included for both items. Used between a Sonos Connect and a Devialet 120 to great effect, reduced jitter was immediately noticable and converted the Connect into a high-performance device. Although the reviews for the Reclocker have generally been very positive, I've found that the performance jump added when using the Gieseler Linear PSU to the Reclocker took its performance into a whole new realm (a bigger jump than the reclocker itself out of the box!) , and once heard with it, couldn't recommend listening without it. I've found the performance jump gained with this combo scales well when using even better sources/dac, not just entry/mid level etc. Current RRP $870+ Review: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2014/08/wyred4sound-remedy-spdif-reclocker-review/ Website: https://wyred4sound.com/products/digital-converters/remedy-reclocker Reclocker Features (from website): Utilizes an incredible Femto-grade clock Superior jitter reduction Toslink and Coaxial digital inputs Toslink, Coaxial, BNC digital outputs 96kHz output sampling frequency* Digital inputs support up to 24/192kHz 9VDC power supply included 5 year warranty Gieseler Linear PSU: Description This linear low noise DC power supply is designed to improve the performance of digital audio accessory devices that are normally powered by small SMPS plug-packs. All the internal components are of high quality & are selected for reliability & sound quality where applicable. Capacitors are Nichicon Fine Gold, Panasonic or Elna Silmic II’s. It is powered by external IE core transformers. These have a distinct advantage over the usual Toroidal type as they have better isolation between the windings & lower bandwidth means less HF noise coming in via the mains. Also being external there is less radiated hum entering the power supply circuitry. Noise, hum & ripple levels are very low due to the common mode choke pre filtering & low noise Linear Technology high performance regulators. Also what helps to reduce noise as well is the use of Schottky diodes & a transformer LC snubber. The DC output cable/connection is an area that is often neglected; so I have gone to extra lengths here to get it right. The DC output on the supply uses a Neutrik 6 Amp XLR gold pin socket. The supplied DC cable uses a matching Neutrik gold pin plug hand soldered to a 10A lead with moulded DC barrel connector for ruggedness. Specifications Noise level is approximately 20 uV to 40 uV d. Ripple & hum rejection is approximately 100 dB. Short circuit & thermal protection. Website: http://gieseler.com.au/ProductsPage/index.html Pictures:
  8. Item: iFi S/PDIF iPurifier Location: Camperdown 2050 Price: $190 plus postage Item Condition: As new, in original packaging Reason for selling: Not required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Entry level S/PDIF reclocker, works for both coaxial and optical. You can read a detailed review here: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2016/09/ifi-spdif-ipurifier-entry-level-pricing-next-level-results/ Pictures:
  9. Spurred on after an advert here for a Wyred reclocker and a little further research, I would love to audition an Empirical Audio Reclocker'. Can anyone enlighten me as to whom sells them here in Vic. A demo in a shop would be great, one in my system even better! I run a humble CEC 5100Z transport with a LM 502 DAC. This DAC drops out really easily (just for a second, but I hate it!!!) with even the slightest electrical glitch/ light switched etc. I believe a reclocker might help here and improve the sound as well. Any help here is most appreciated.
  10. Item: Empirical Audio Synchro-Mesh 24/96 SPDIF reclocker and linear 12V PSU with Superteddyreg low noise regulator Location: Sydney Price: $510 + Postage Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: Thinking of going the USB route Payment Method: Paypal (add 3.5% unless sent as personal transaction with PP balance or linked bank account), Bank transfer. Extra Info: Up for sale is a Empirical Audio Synchro-Mesh 24/96 and linear 12V PSU with Superteddyreg low noise regulator PSU that i bought from a SNA member. This is a 24/96 version that can output 16 or 24 bit in 96khz (There is a toggle switch). Works fine with my CD player and Squeezebox unit. Doesnt seem to like 192hz signal input but i believe if you want a true 24/192 reclocker then you would need need empirical audio more expensive device. Lots of users reported great improvements on a bunch of streamers such as their Sonos or apple tv/airport system. Linear power supply is a 12V PSU with Superteddyreg low noise regulator. It has been checked up by the builder (AJ) recently and the internal connection has been tighten up and tweaked a little as it gotten loose during transport. Umbilical cord provided to connect the linear psu to the synchromesh (as shown in picture) however you will need to provide your own mains IEC power cord (just the normal pc power supply power cord)for the linear psu Original SMPS power supply for the syncro mesh is also provided. If you want to do pickup then its possible to do so during business hours close to Macquarie park rail station.
  11. Item: Apogee Big Ben 192KHz Master Word Clock Generator/Re-clocker Location: Thornbury, Victoria Price: dropped to $975, of which I will donate $40 to StereoNet (**Edit: please enquire for shipping estimate**) Item Condition: VGC - only one slight mark on the edge of one button. Never been rack mounted, so cheeks are unmarked. Comes with original packaging and documentation on CD-ROM. Reason for selling: Simplifying Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Direct Deposit Extra Info: This unit is 2.5 years old and has served me very well as a re-clocker and format converter. In this mode, it accepts single/dual AES/EBU, Coax SPDIF and Toslink SPDIF, outputting de-jittered single/dual AES/EBU, Coax SPDF and Toslink SPDF simultaneously. Successfully handles all common sample rates to 192KHz, including 88.2 and 176.4. You may read that it won't do all sample rates on Toslink, but I've successfully run Toslink up to 192KHz with no problems. It is also a master clock generator with 6 word clock outputs. More info at the manufacturers website . Pictures:
  12. Item: Empirical Audio Synchro-Mesh Location: Clayton, Melbourne Price: $480 posted in Australia Item Condition: As new. Reason for selling: Switching to a 96KHz version. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, PayPal, Bank transfer Extra Info: 44.1KHz version S/PDIF re-clocker. RCA, BNC and Optical inputs/outputs. 2 months old, includes power cable + transformer. Bought from lusk just last week, but I am buying my old 96KHz unit back off katattack. Review: http://www.6moons.co...pirical4/1.html Pics:
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