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  1. Hello, I'm looking for a good connection between a recent iMac and a Prism Sound ADA-8XR dac. Is there a manufacturer who offers Thunderbolt to Firewire 6-pin cables? It feels odd to start everything with an Apple adapter. Thanks for your help, Stephan
  2. The Weiss INT202 is a digital interface that converts Firewire to AES/EBU or S/PDIF. I've used this with my Mac computer that I've used as a digital front-end. My DAC accepted AES/EBU so that is how I used the Weiss. I've compared the Weiss INT202 to the very best USB interfaces and the Weiss came out on top. Comes with original box and manual. In excellent condition! Features of the INT202 (From the Weiss Website): Two Firewire 400 sockets. Firewire 800 can be connected using an adapter cable. Can be powered from the Firewire bus or from the included power supply (or external PSU). Two XLR output sockets Two RCA output sockets Operates up to 192kHz sampling rate Single wire operation at sampling rates of 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 or 192 kHz Dual wire operation at sampling rates of 176.4 or 192 kHz Infrared remote control (optional) for volume and absolute phase Volume control is dithered to avoid quantization distortion Bit transparency check feature for testing the computer player software Like new condition - absolutely no scratches, perfect working condition I am the first owner. Non-smoking environment. This offer includes: - Weiss INT202 with power supply - Oyaide NEO Firewire cable 2.0m - Original box and manual - Original SMPSU. When I purchased it, the retail price was $1,885. Current prices (if you buy new today): Weiss INT202: USD $1,267 Oyaide FW cable: ca. USD $130 Total $1,397 Asking: USD $750 (Save $647) Payment: Paypal or bank transfer Free shipping in continental U.S. Paypal purchasers, add 3%.