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Item: Wyred 4 Sound DAC2 (Black)

Location: Canberra

Price: $1180 O.N.O + postage.

Item Condition: 10/10 (Apart from the dust it could be mistaken for new).

Reason for selling: Have pre-ordered a higher end DAC and need to pay for it somehow.

Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Direct Credit.

Extra Info:

The W4S replaced a very highly regarded Weiss DAC2 in my system, and was more detailed, more musical, and had a better feature set. It was a complete bargain at its retail price, and is an even better at the above price. It has pre-amp functionality (for digital sources) with a remote, as well as phase reversal, a hi res USB input, and multiple other digital ins (including IS2). It is build like a tank (really really really solid), and was made in the USA.

Sound wise it is highly detailed without being overly analytical, and has great drive and body. It is very neutral but isn't at all clinical. Reviews can be found here:





Specifications etc. can be found here:


Aus retail is $1950, but it can be had new for around $1750 depending on the exchange rate on the day (Deep Hz Audio are excellent in that way). I have all the original packaging, software, etc. And can include a W4S P1 Ultra power cable (US plug) which retails for about $150, for another $80. I am only selling the W4S because my most loved DAC of all time (more expensive than the W4S) has received an update and I have pre-ordered it. I need to sell the W4S to help pay for the new purchase.




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