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SOLD: FS: Audio-GD NFB 11.28

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Item: Audio-GD NFB 11.28 + TCXO upgrade
Location: Sydney
Price: $250
Item Condition: mint condition
Reason for selling: want to fund an OTL or hybrid amp
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash
Extra Info:

I impulse bought this a few days ago from another SNA'er even though deep down I wanted a tube amp, so it is up for sale again.

 

A really beautiful unit and to be honest kind of sad to see it go but the heart wants what the heart wants...

 

Comes with power cable.

 

Cash and local pickup only.

 

Discrete  DAC+ Headphone amplifier / Preamplifier
DSD , DXD support from USB
32bit / 384K Sabre ES9028  Pro

Amanero combo 384

 

http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/Headphoneamp/NFN1128/NFB1128EN.htm


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I can Pick up this on Wed if still available , Thanks .

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You have to be quick 😟

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SOLD - pending payment

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