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Item Condition: Used
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Grovedale
State: Victoria
Payment Method: EFT
Reason for selling: No longer required

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Great DAC which trebles (?) as a headphone amp and bluetooth receiver which, given the patchy internet I’ve had over the last few weeks, has been a lifesaver. It works well as a digital hub. I fed both my Bluesound Node 2 and NAD c516BEE cd player through it and it greatly improved the sound of both. 
 
It has two digital and 2 coax inputs. It also has both fixed and variable analog outputs so can be used as a pre-amp alongside a power amp if needed. 
 
The headphone amp is particularly good and is the one used in the Arcam A49 amp. It compares favourably with my Astell Kern AK100 DAP.
 
It has a few scuffs which, as ever, are not noticeable unless you look for them. See the last two pictures for details.
 
Boxed with following original bits - wall wart, varied power socket plugs, remote and provided RCA interconnect plus aftermarket optical and coax cable.
 
Sent via Auspost parcel - cost $11.95 to all Australia.
 

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