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FS: Luxman DA 100 DAC and headphone amplifier 100V version plus step-down transformer

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Item Condition: 8/10
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Bayswater
State: Western Australia
Payment Method: Paypal EFT
Reason for selling: no longer required

Further information: This Japanese built Luxman DA-100 DAC and headphone amplifier is a fantastic DAC that sounds brilliant and punches well above it's weight. The DA-100 always received great reviews.

This one is a 100V version and comes with a robust Australian built step-down transformer. This provides the benefit of electrical isolation and I have never found  voltage differences to be a problem.

These specs have been translated from Japanese but are available in original English 

 

 

COAX/OPT input: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz

USB input: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, each 96kHz, 16 - 24bit 2ch PCM

Digital input: USB, OPT, COAX

The digital output: COAX, OPT

Analog output: 1 RCA imbalance system (18mm), 1 headphone system

Line output voltage / impedance 2.1V/300

Headphones output 130mW+130mW(600), 80mW+80mW(32?), 40mW+40mW(16)

Frequency properties: 2Hz - 60kHz (+0, -3.0dB)

Total harmonic distortion, the S/N ratio: 0.004%, 112dB

Consumption electricity 7W 

External form dimensions: 149(W) X 70(H) *232 ()(D)mm including front knob 14mm, back terminal 8mm)

Weight: 2.3kg

 

 

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Hi, 

How much to send to Melbourne? 

 

Thanks

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Hi Eric

Thanks for the Email, the transformer is pretty heavy,

so make it $20 and I will pay the rest.

All the best,

Steve

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