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  1. I am selling my Exasound e28 Mk II with Femto Clock (with a low 82fs).The unit is in mint condition. It can be configured for 2 or 8 channels. It can be used for digital XO up to 4 ways, which is what I am doing with it right now. You can go over the web and see all the good reviews about this company and their products Original price was $3849US. I am asking $3200US, negociable. The specification are listed below. Will be shipped in the original box, including the power adaptor and the remote.
  2. Hey all, Just thought we'd share the cool news... the bLINK has won the Knock Out Award from Digital Audio Review. Here's a bit of a summary from John's review: "Not all Bluetooth receivers are born equal. The Wyred 4 Sound’s Bluetooth signal is reclocked before output to the DAC. It sounds markedly better than the Bluetooth stream spilling from AURALiC’s Aries Mini. More fluid in the midrange and less metallicised in the treble. It’s what we might call Next Level Bluetooth." "What we have in the US$499 bLINK is Remedy-grade S/PDIF reclocking (for audiophile geeks) and that same reclocking circuitry applied to Bluetooth with quite outstanding results." We're stoked! In case anyone doesn't know, the bLINK is our award-winning Remedy reclocker with added Bluetooth streaming capability. This means that you can connect any device via coax (think Sonos Connect, CD/DVD player, etc) and also stream music to it from phone, tablet, computer or any Bluetooth device. It's pretty cool and the Bluetooth really adds a huge convenience factor. At last year's AXPONA we demonstrated it and ended up having a bunch of room visitors whip out their phones and have fun streaming their music instantly through our system. Perhaps a few of you could see using this device for when friends/SO (or even you) want to easily stream music to your hifi! (Tidal anyone?) Coinciding with the award, we're selling the bLINK with a free Kimber digital cable while supplies last. You can buy it directly from our website and just type in 'FREE CABLE' in the comments box at check out. Read the full review here. Thanks as always for your support. Happy Friday! Tony, Wyred 4 Sound
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