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SOLD: FS: Complete W4S Music Server Package.

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Item: Complete Wyred 4 Sound Music Server 2 package, incl LHL Pulse Dac, Core Audio Tech LPS & Samsung Galaxy Tab3.
Location: Sydney (west)
Price: $ 1850.00
Item Condition: Very good.
Reason for selling: Upgraded to Antipodes DX2
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Everything you need for a great sounding Digital File Playback system. Ideal for anyone wanting to enter the world of digital music. Easy to setup and use. Plays most digital files up to 24/192. Can demonstrate how good this combination sounds and also explain how it functions. Have boxes for all units so happy to assist the buyer with their choice of courier.

 

W4S Music Server 2http://www.deephzaudio.com/Wyred 4 sound Music Server 2T product page.html

I'm the original owner bought from Peter Thompson at Deep Hz Audio. You will need to speak to Peter whether this MS2 unit is comparable to the latest units as far as upgrading to SSD and 32bit audio if you wish to do so. This unit has a 2TB HDD (with about 1.3TB worth of music in Flac files) and 2GB memory. Music buffers into the memory before playback so no music plays directly from the hard drive, eliminating any lag/jitter issues. Rips CDs to internal HDD or simply transfer files over your network from another source. Comes with the original standard power pack.

 

Core Audio Technology Kaia Gen 2 Linear Power Supplyhttp://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/core-audio-announces-new-linear-power-supplies/

A beast of a power supply. This took the sound quality of the MS2 to a much greater level of detail and openness with a blacker background. Honestly, the W4S MS2 with this LPS unit has a similar sound to my Antipodes DX2.

 

Light Harmonic Labs Geek Pulse Dac - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017VY2VI6/ref=emc_b_5_t
Perfect condition. ESS9018K2M Core Dac IC. Can convert bit rates of 1 bit, 16 bit, 24 bit, or 32 bit. It decodes sample rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz, 352.8 kHz, 384 kHz, 2.822 MHz, 3.072 MHz, 5.644 MHz, and 6.144 MHz. If asking price is met, I'll throw in an Analysis Plus Digital Crystal Coaxial Interconnect - https://www.sydneyhificastlehill.com.au/shop/cables/coaxial-cables/analysis-plus-digital-crystal/

 

Samsung Galaxy Tab3 10.1http://www.samsung.com/uk/tablets/galaxy-tab-3-10-1-p5210zwabtu/
 running the Orange Squeeze app which is a third party app that looks and functions better than the standard squeezebox app.
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very tempting, 

always wanted to get a server , but every time I look into them and start reading their stats , my head starts to hurt.

 can I ask what type of music is already on there 

Cheers Greg

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Hi Greg, thanks for your interest.

 

The music is a mix of my ripped cd collection from the mid 80's through to recent. Most of my new music has been digital downloads including a lot of high res audio. The music collection is quite eclectic with a larger focus on Rock and Folk / Singer-Songwriter style music and smaller amounts of Jazz and Electronica. The music files are easily modified as I have categorized everything into their main Genres.

 

I get what you are saying with trying to get your head around it all, I often hear that from some of our club members when thinking about venturing into digital playback. There is a small learning curve with using a music server and the app but they are much simpler to use than setting up a computer to play music.

 

Cheers

Steve

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What a hot deal,you’re practically donating 

the stuff at that price. Having owned one of these,I can say sound quality is excellent. can’t believe it’s still available.

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Item has sold.

 

Thanks.

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