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  1. Excellent DAC, Audiophile quality (Silver Model) Original Cost $1595 Asking $935 (or make offers) Features: 32-bit Sabre DAC; PCM up to 192k, 64xDSD, 128xDSD USB 1.1(up to 96k, Asynchronous) USB 2.0 (up to 192k/DSD, Asynchronous) Firewire 400/800 (up to 192/DSD, Asynchronous) Native DSD Playback Internal Asynchronous hardware upsampling, from 16/44.1 up to 24/192 Integrated high-current ultra low-distortion Headphone Amp Stepped Analog volume control (1dB increments) AES, S/PDIF, SDIF, WCK (Word Clock), optical ins/outs Audiophile-quality high current headphone amplifier Precision programmable analog 1dB step attenuator DSD ASIO drivers & DSD over USB software RCA and XLR outputs RCA Analog throughput this Pre-Amp model
  2. Silver APL Denon 3910. Upgraded with 32bit AKM DACs, 211/32 up-sampler, H-Attenuator and ECC99 tube output stage with APL's upgraded output transformers. Has RCA and XLR outputs, as well as S/PDIF digital input accepting up to 24/192 (internally up-sampled to 211/32). I've been using it primarily as a DAC, it plays CD/DVD-A and SACD as well. You will not find a better digital player for anywhere near this price. Includes remote control, paperwork and heavy duty foam-filled SBK shipping case ($240 value) $1,900 + shipping. Paypal adds 3% 32bit/ECC99 upgrade 32-bit AKM DACs Digital Input board Volume control 24/192 DAC input Plays CD/DVD-A and SACD
  3. For sale is my level 4 Lampizator Tube DAC. Reviewers have given Lampizator universally high accolades. It's a beast of a machine. This DAC includes the following upgrades: Jensen copper foil paper in oil Digital inputs: spdif, toslink and USB volume control Plus, analog inputs With the Lampizator, I have no need for another preamp. The Lampi preamp is amazing, world class. Also, if you still double dip into digital and analog like I do, the analog inputs allow you to connect your phono preamp right into the Lampi and the vinyl sounds amazing. I have not heard a better DAC. I am only selling it so I upgrade to another Lampizator DAC. The warranty is transferable and has almost four years left. Asking $3950. I will pay for shipping. We can do paypal gift so we can avoid the 3% fee.
  4. I have too many DACs in house right now, so up for sale is my Chord 2Qute DAC. It will ship with all the original accessories and instruction card, but without the original box. It is in like new condition and functions perfectly except for a hairline scratch on the front side. The scratch is really only visible when the light hits it at a certain angle, but I have tried to capture it in the third photograph. I am planning to put it up on Audiogon, but wanted to give folks here the first shot at it. Asking $1350, which includes shipping within the CONUS and all PayPal fees.
  5. EMM Labs DA2 New Generation Flagship DAC is HERE! (please call for pricing and delivery options) "Based on what I'd heard I thought this system would reproduce live music very well. I cranked the volume up to what seemed like 100 dB and grabbed the center seat. What I heard literally sounded like a live Nirvana concert. The room in which this system was in was huge and so was the soundstage. The electrostatic panels sounded awesome with the huge EMM amps and the new DA2 DAC. The sound wasn't like a traditional audiophile system at a show, rather it was life-like with air and immediacy in a way that made other systems sound a bit closed in and boxy. I think I could have played the entire Unplugged album with my eyes closed and seriously felt like I was sitting in Sony Music Studios in New York City on November 18, 1993." -Chris Connaker (computeraudiophile.com RMAF 2015 recap) Ed Meitner of EMM Labs proudly previews the DA2, his successor to the much beloved DAC2X The DA2 is EMM Labs next generation flagship DAC. Re-designed from the ground up, Ed Meitner has once again created a DAC that significantly moves the bar in terms of transparency, accuracy and overall sound quality. New in the DA2: 16xDSD MDAC™ Proprietary hardware galvanic isolation for the USB Audio interface Every other system from its proprietary jitter removal MFAST™ to its super accurate clock, MCLK™ has been carefully revised for better sound. Inputs -> 1xAES, 1xUSB Audio, 2xSPDIF, 2xTOSLINK Outputs -> Balanced and un-balanced analog outputs (both can be used at the same time) With EMM Labs' MDAT™ DSP engine and MDAC™ already running at 16xDSD (DSD1024, 45Mhz/49Mhz) this unit is basically future proof and now performs at a whole different level/generation of performance than the DAC2X. Finishes: Silver with titanium insert and buttons (pictured) Black with black insert and buttons Premium finish with plated inserts/buttons: 24K gold, Nickel/Silver and custom finish available. We're now accepting orders for EMM Labs next production run, so give us a call to see about getting on the list. 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara