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SOLD: FS: Vitus RCD 100 DAC/CD Player

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Item: Vitus RCD 100 DAC/CD Player
Location: Perth
Price: SOLD
Item Condition: Excellent Unmarked
Reason for selling: 
 System reconfiguration = recent opportunity to purchase Mcintosh toob Amplifier & Mcintosh Streamer/Pre Amp (Boxing Day Sales) which means this one has to go to 

retrieve funds.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Recently purchased from fellow SNA member @jocknoz

I have mainly used this as a SPIDF Dac for my Thumb Drive player and occasionally to spin a CD. This is not an SACD Player.

 

Does not come supplied with a USB driver, owners manual or original power cord. Items were not supplied when I purchased. I will provide a standard fare power cord.

I did contact Vitus about obtaining a USB Driver for those requiring one, this was their response:

No drivers needed for Linux with UAC2 compliant kernel
No drivers needed for MAC OS version 10.6.4 and above
ASIO/KS/WASAPI/Direct Sound drivers are necessary for Windows XP to 8  (32 and 64 bit). Licensed USB Audio 2.0 Stereo Driver for Windows can be downloaded from http://jlsounds.com/uploads/XMOS-Stereo-USB-Audio-Class2-Driver-2023(v3.34.0).rar

 

The first photo is of my setup, the other 3 better photo's were from @jocknoz add, I am sure he won't mind me using them


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Unrelated, but I'm curious: How do you have a white Apple TV? Is that a special edition or skin?

GLWS!

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Not sure what you mean, I have never owned an apple product @dbau, last 3 photos are from previous owner.

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It is an airport express not an apple TV

 

Cheers

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1 minute ago, bmc said:

It is an airport express not an apple TV

Ah yes, indeed it is. Thanks for clarifying.

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