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  1. Selling the great Invicta Mirus DAC in great condition. The unit comes with Apple remote. There are lots of reviews around, some of them can be found here: Resonessence Labs INVICTA Mirus review | DAR__KO Resonessence Labs INVICTA Mirus DAC | AudioStream SoundStage! Ultra | SoundStageUltra.com (UltraAudio.com) | Resonessence Labs Invicta Mirus Digital-to-Analog Converter High Fidelity Resonessence Labs Invicta Mirus DAC - Headphone.Guru Its currently set to 230v, but can be easily changed to 115v by replacing the fuses on the back. Resonessence Labs are offering to upgrade this unit to Pro status, so it will use the new ES9028PRO chips replacing the current ES9018 chips. I can ship it directly to Resonessence Labs for this upgrade if you're interested, thus saving you one way of the shipping cost. You'll still need to handle the upgrade with them and shipping from them back to you. Details can be found here: Upgrade your MIRUS to MIRUS PRO - Resonessence Dacs - True Audio Clarity Asking $3200 Shipping with EMS Worldwide, usually takes 3-5 business days. Please Add 4% for PayPal.
  2. I have a pair of these mono amps in excellent condition for sale. They retailed for $3990. These amps have garnered excellent feedback from many high fi magazines such as Positive Feedback. Asking $1600 plus shipping. I have excellent feedback on Audiogon under savjam. Thanks for your interest.
  3. The tX-USBexp is a PCI express USB 3.0 host interface card. I purchased this card used on this very forum sometime within the past year (October 2016 if memory serves). I would describe its condition as good and working (what else can one say about such a component bout used?). Alas, soon after I installed the card in my custom server Jord Groen at Pink Faun found a way to get my Pink Faun i2S bridge to communicate with my Audiobyte Black Dragon DAC. Oh, happy day! (Jord’s efforts in this regard were protracted and extraordinary. I cannot overstate his commitment to customer service. Absolutely remarkable!). I am now liquidating my USB gear. I have both plates for the card. The manual/information/driver is/are online: tX-USBexp – SOtM – English I am new to selling on CA, but have an impeccable reputation on eBay (wwalker82s8k), Audiogon (wmmwalker) and generally (I hope!). I am (very) ‘old school’ and not in the business of screwing people. I’m asking $150 via PayPal or green money. PayPal sellers (Gosh, that’s moi!) pay fees and I’ll ship free to the CONUS only no exceptions.
  4. This little gem really need no introduction. I wanted to check it out, but really do not need to keep yet another DAC around. Save $49 and retain the same return privileges if you do not like it. In as new condition, I haven't even attached the rubber feet! $200 plus shipping and paypal if required.
  5. Hello all, I am somewhat reluctantly selling my holo spring dac. I've done some upgrades and spent a little two much$$ and the stuff I was intending to sell is not moving. I'm original owner purchased from kitsune hifi. The dac is in as new condition with only a few months of use. I'm a lurker here at ca but have a seller history at audiogon/ Canuck audiomart and eBay. I'm located in Canada and will ship to USA and Canada. I'm asking $2100us
  6. Excellent condition, and just back from Audiophilleo, earlier this year, where Philip and the staff there installed all the current upgrades and gave it a perfect bill of health. This is a wonderful USB-SPDIF converter and a great value at this price. Current Cost from Audiophilleo = $999.00 I''m asking a very reasonable $600.00. Will include shipping to US locations at the asking price. PayPal preferred, but you pay the 3% fee. Thanks. JC
  7. for sale

    The Buy/Sell forum is here! Feel free to buy and sell anything computer related, audio related, or heck possibly something else another subscriber might think is worth purchasing. Also, a good motto to use for yourself is, "When in doubt, ask someone or don't do it." Most importantly there is no fee for listing, buying, or selling! Only CA those with an All Access Pass are allowed to sell items in this forum and start a new thread. All Computer Audiophile members, including non-subscribers, can view the Buy/Sell forum and can reply to threads already created. This means both subscribers and members can purchase items but only subscribers can sell items. The Buy/Sell forum is visible to the entire Internet but unregistered users aren't allow to start a thread or reply to a thread. Keep in mind the Computer Audiophile - Terms of Service, especially section 14: 14. Classified Advertisements This web site may provide a forum (such as classified advertisements) in which sellers and buyers may be connected. By engaging in transactions with buyers or sellers that you meet via our web site, you proceed solely at your own risk and you agree that Audiophile Style, LLC is not responsible for any losses that you might sustain as a result of your transactions with such buyers and sellers. You should not engage in any transaction with a person with whom you are not comfortable or whom you suspect might be engaged in improper or questionable conduct. Please be aware that Audiophile Style, LLC, through this web site, merely provides a forum in which buyers and sellers can connect. Neither Audiophile Style, LLC nor its web site posting classified advertisements facilitate any transaction, insure any transaction, or act as an intermediary, broker, or escrow agent in connection with such buyer-seller transactions. You should be very careful before you send money to any seller posting an advertisement on one of our sites. In particular, we urge you to use reputable and well known money-transfer services and on-line merchant account services (such as PayPal) in engaging in transactions with sellers of goods advertised on our web site. We urge you to proceed with extreme caution in using such money transfer services, and under no circumstances should you deliver cash to a money transfer service with instructions to disburse the funds to an alleged agent of Audiophile Style, LLC or the web site on which the classified advertisement was posted. Again, neither Audiophile Style, LLC nor its web site posting classified advertisements act as a transaction intermediary or escrow agent, and you should not do business with any seller who directs you to work with an employee or agent of Audiophile Style, LLC or the applicable web site in completing the transaction. 

  8. This is one of, if not the best DIY I2S cards out there. Fully isolated USB and Crystek clocks with separate clean/dirty regulated power supplies. It also has a great sounding FPGA over sampling filter built in. I am running FPGA already on my Soekris, and this is redundant. New these went for $359. http://www.rendu.sonore.us/USB.html $200 plus paypal. CONUS shipping included.
  9. I’m guessing this item needs no introduction on this forum. I’m selling this as new as I never unpacked the Regen although I did sneak a peek inside the box. It’s about a year old (or new, the point being it’s the latest iteration as far as I am aware). I am new to selling on CA, but have an impeccable reputation on eBay (wwalker82s8k), Audiogon (wmmwalker) and generally (I hope!). I am (very) ‘old school’ and not in the business of screwing people. I’ll take $120.00 PayPal and I’ll ship to the CONUS only.
  10. Black, 64 Gb. Purchased 2/2015 and never opened the box ("Life moves pretty fast sometimes…."). I am new to selling on CA, but have an impeccable reputation on eBay (wwalker82s8k), Audiogon (wmmwalker) and generally (I hope!). I am (very) ‘old school’ and not in the business of screwing people. Asking $250 green money or PayPal. Seller (That's me) pays PayPal fees and I’ll ship to CONUS only at my expense.
  11. This is obviously a USB cable. Perhaps not so obvious is that it is a rather stiff (!) USB cable. I’ve moved to i2S now, but haven’t used this cable for a few years when I moved from CAPS 2 to my own custom AV server. In spite of the stiffness and color it’s a very nice cable IMO. (I know the photos are redundant, but its a freakin' cable for goodness sake!) Per the manufacturer: “Cables feature deep cryogenic-treated 5N UltraPure solid silver conductors, air dielectrics, transparent pure PTFE Teflon isolators, discrete shielding for each pole within the array, and Ceramic MicroSphere™ Conduits, with independent power and signal cable runs. The USB cable employs an entirely new ground-breaking structure — DualConduit™ — separate cables for the power and signal lines. The cable actually has two design-specific cables each with high-quality USB 3.0 Type A connectors for connection to your source. One Type A connector and cable handles only the delicate digital music signal; no corrupted computer power runs through this cable leg. Its design is that of a ultra high-end digital audio cable. The other Type A connector and cable handles only the DC power; its design is that of an ultra high-end audio power cable — the digital music signal does not run through this cable leg. On the other end of the "Y" shaped cable is a single high-quality USB 2.0 Type B connector that connects to your processor.” I am new to selling on CA, but have an impeccable reputation on eBay (wwalker82s8k), Audiogon (wmmwalker) and generally (I hope!). I am (very) ‘old school’ and not in the business of screwing people. MSRP $649, Asking $270.00 I accept PayPal and green money. PayPal sellers pay fees (You will note I am the seller in this transaction) and shipping will be free to the CONUS only (non-negotiable, sorry).
  12. AQVOX Low-Noise Power Supply - USB 75.00 shipped
  13. I have two Uptone Audio Regens for Sale $149 each shipped to continental USA. All accessories and box included. Price is $149 for each. Thanks.
  14. PI Audio UberBuss - 3 cryoed, heavy duty Pass & Seymour receptacles with 20amp IEC inlet. I am the original owner, bought in mid 2012. It is working like a charm with just a minor scuff on exterior (see pics) Will sell for $800 + shipping & paypal fees Triode Wire Labs 5ft "7+ Ultra Buss" power cord with 20a male termination. This cord was made by TWL specifically for the UberBuss and is a 7awg cable. Absolutely wonderful sound and perfect match for the Uber. I am the orig owner. Working perfectly. Will sell for $250 + shipping & paypal fees Pricing firm but if bought together: $1000 + shipping & paypal fees. NOTE: I had this Uber built with a 20a IEC inlet because I believe a 20a connector provides a better connection. It works fine on any 15a or 20a power outlet in your home. If you're not already familiar with the UberBuss, please check out the links below. This is the only power conditioner I've found that works wonders on music *and* does not constrain amps. It's an amazing piece of tech by Dave Elledge at PI Audio. Selling to upgrade to a larger UberBuss to include integrated TWL PC and Digibuss filtering. PI Audio UberBUSS Positive Feedback Review Audiogon User Review
  15. My upgraded Lampizator Level 4 Generation 4 DAC is for sale for 1990 EUR (2290 EUR with extra tubes) including shipping to EU (not including PayPal fees or shipping outside EU). Original boxes and certificate of authenticity/guarantee are included. This is the standard 230V L4 G4 that I bought from Kemp Elektroniks (audio distributor from The Netherlands) on August 2014. They upgraded the unit with: - Allen Bradley resistors - Furutech gold plated IEC inlet. That unit had the standard S/PDIF (RCA) digital input and RCA analogue output. Then I sent it to Lampizator to install the following upgrades: - USB Input - DSD Engine - Convert it to fully balanced - 4 new Jupiter Copper Wax capacitors - 2 sets of XLR outputs (Very important for me to be able to connect the DAC to two different amplifiers not having to connect and disconnect cables). I cannot understand why this is not a standard feature in most DACs. - Replace RCA input connector with a 75 ohm BNC connector. The unit has 5 years transferable guarantee from August 2014. Still more than 2 years of official guarantee ahead. After the upgrades I tried different tubes that will I include in the package and sound much better than the default ones (Sovtec): - 2 pairs of Sylvania 6SN7W Short bottle. My favorite tube - Pair of Sylvania 6SN7W big bottle. My favorite too. - Pair of Ken-Rad 6SN7GT VT-231 . My second favorite. Bass to die for. Plastic holder in one tube is broken but it fits perfectly in the DAC and it does not affect the sound. - 2 pairs of 1578 Russian tubes. The best Russian 6SN7 tubes, comparable to the best. Very recommended by Lampizator. - Pair of Tungsol 6SN7WGT tubes. - Sylvania 5Y3WGT rectifier tube - Bendix 6106 rectifier tube (More than 400 EUR in nice tubes) As you can see in the web, this DAC would retail for about 4500 EUR not including the tubes. This is the DAC that made Lampizator famous. It is their best seller that you do not see usually for sale as people normally do not let them go. This Lampizator DAC sounds amazing and it has been very well built. Before doing the upgrade, Lukasz told me in an email: “... the DAC looks very clean and good. It was a specially well made demo unit for potential distributor. ….” Some reviews: ( many more here: REVIEWS ) LampizatOr Level 4 DAC Mono and Stereo High-End Audio Magazine: Lampizator level 4 DAC test review Pictures (click for higher resulution images): Cheers, Victor.
  16. I picked this up when they announced the new (lower power) models, but didn't really need it. It has been just sitting here, and it is time to go! This would make a great Roon server or HQPlayer/Audirvana upsampler with space for an SSD or alternatively booting from an SD card. This came with 2x2Gb of RAM, but I have installed 2x4Gb along with the Uptone Audio 12 VDC/fan kit. This is barely used, and in as new condition sans a couple of marks at the USB jacks from insertion. Mac mini 2.3GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 - Apple https://uptoneaudio.com/products/mac-mini-dc-conversion-linear-fan-controller-kit-mmk $750 plus shipping and paypal if used. New they are $699 with 4Gb and no MMK.
  17. I have completely changed direction with my system and have some parts for sale. Everything is in as new condition. Please add PayPal fee of 3%. Uptone JS-2: $850.00 + Free shipping This unit was shipped to me on 8/24/16 and has less than 100 hours on it. It is in perfect condition...no scratches or scuffs. JS-2 Includes: 1 x Gold/copper/brass Oyaide (5.5mm x 2.5mm) DC barrel plugs from Japan at both ends. 2nd Custom Oyadine/Belden DC Cable (5.5mm x 2.1mm device end for MicroRendu) This cable is $75.00 from Uptone. 1 x custom 5-foot DC cable. This special cable is a shielded, star-quad with 4 conductors of tinned, stranded 18AWG; paired at the connector that makes it about a heavy 15AWG. 1 x 2-meter, 16AWG, shielded AC power cord (USA mains plug, but you can cut and attached an appropriate local plug; it is a good heavy and shielded cord, so adapting it is worthwhile.) 1 x SMA coax cable for optional activation of JS-2's unique Kelvin-sense voltage feedback circuit (currently supported only by the UpTone MMK). Sonore MicroRendu with ifi iPower Supply + Free Shipping: $500.00 These were purchased new from Sonore around August 2016. It probably has around 100 hours on it. It is in perfect condition. The ifi iPower has been opened but not used. PPA USB Cable For Uptone Regen $50.00 + Free Shipping: This was purchased last summer from Paul Pang Studio. It probably has around 200 hours and has performed flawlessly. My pictures are all too big and I am lazy this evening so I am just linking to Google My Drive. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B-2ce7wPEJ7yb04wOHdzd0hFMjA?usp=sharing PS. I hope this isn't somehow inappropriate for the forum rules. I am sure someone will tell me if it is..... I have a complete speaker/sub/amp setup that I am going to try to sell as a system. I know selling a system as a unit with unique speakers is not very effective but the parts go together so well. I live up in the middle of nowhere (Way Northern California) so it is a challenge for interested people to come hear it. I will start another add on another site soon but thought I would mention it here. $15,000.00 for the all 5 pieces plus shipping and PayPal fees. $6,000 .00 Fibonacci Technologies Vaya! Retail $15K no longer available $3,000.00 JL Audio Fathom F112 v1 x 2 Retail $3.5k per unit no longer available $6,000.00 Devialet 250 Retail $17.5 no longer available. This unit is eligible for the Pro upgrade from Devialet. The lastest Devialet upgrade. Fibonacci Technologies Two Channel Loudspeakers That is actually my speaker in the picture. George Short has closed his company and is now Principal Audio Design Engineer for a high end speaker manufacture in the US. Fathom® - f112-GLOSS - Home Audio - Powered Subwoofers - JL Audio Devialet 250 | The Absolute Sound This system sounds fantastic (I know that is relative) and I really don't want to sell but I don't need two systems in a 1200sqft house. The Fibonacci Techs absolutely sing! With the subs it rocks top to bottom. Very nice on classical, voices and acoustic instruments.
  18. Up for sale , 2 cables of 33 cm PPA Studio TZ YUN III Sata Cables . I ask 200$ Tha sale is for 2 cables . ( 100$ each) Please note: Paypal fees, shipping and Insurance to Usa and Canada is included in the price .
  19. For Sale Gallo Reference3 speaker pair. I do not have the original boxes but do have the documentation showing serial #, date of manufacture, and final test signature. This is the first generation Gallo speakers with the adjustable 3 way -2db,0, and +2db switch on the back of the speakers. The base of the speaker is the Natural Maple. I also have the speaker covers. Speakers and covers are in excellent shape. The speakers are local pickup only zip code 21144 between Washington DC and Baltimore Md. Price $1350.00
  20. Complete Berkeley DAC solution. Black Berkeley Audio Design Alpha DAC Series 2 (Serial # 1654) and USB (Serial # 1277) for sale. Details on the DAC and USB Converter can be found at the Berkeley Audio Design site I am the original owner, they were bought from Music Lovers Audio in San Francisco. I don’t have the original boxes or manuals but I will ensure they are properly secured and double boxed. The manuals are very simple and available online from the Berkeley Audio site. They are in very good condition, the DAC has some very small scratches on the top which I captured in two of the photos. I would like to sell as a pair and I think the price reflects that. Package also contains a spare BADA remote. I am also including, for free, my Wireworld Starlight AES interconnect (used between the Alpha USB converter and Alpha DAC) and Wireworld Starlight USB cables (used between source and Alpha USB converter) . No additional charge for using PayPal
  21. I have a second license of Windows Server 2012 R2 that I won't need. $150.00 I will provide license upon payment via email.
  22. Used but in perfect condition. Prefer buyers from UK. General description : Exasound e12 offers unbeatable value for the price (RRP $1999). Now I'm going to make it more unbeatable. I'm asking £900. The Reason for selling it: I'm abandoning my desktop HIFI system and trying to raise some money for my floor standing speaker system. Please note: this e12 is without stock power supply since I didn't ask for it when I purchased it from a UK reseller. Other tips: 1. Please please use the HQplayer with this DAC and upsampling all files to DSD256+ at 12.288 MHz and feel the beauty of DSD. 2. I would recommend Sbooster BOTW 12V and Sbooster Ultra for powering it or Vinnie Rossi's MINI PURE-DC-4EVR only if your wallet is healthy enough, for me Sbooster is good enough. P.S. I do have Sbooster BOTW 12V and Sbooster Ultra 12V, however, I'm feeding my Sbooster BOTW 12V to my LPS-1 at the moment, if you want the Sbooster Ultra, I can also sell it for £60. Thanks for your interest.
  23. This unit is effectively new. The dac chips will require burn in time. There are 4 modular bays that allow addition of various inputs. This unit will have have your choice of: Coax, Ethernet, AES, Optical, secondary modular clock. USB is built into the chassis. Ethernet is highly recommended. Price is firm but a reduce price may be offered with fewer modules. This is a 50% price reduction. Email regarding provenance. Since Waversa Systems is not well known in the US, I offer a 1 month trial period with full refund if the unit is returned in new condition. Buyer is responsible only for initial and return shipping. I prefer the owner enjoy what this unit offers and it fits well in their system. I do not own the remote for this DAC as this is a separate purchase and I have no need. Review: https://www.oldnewsound.es/fuentes/dacs/waversa-wdac3/ As challenges that existed two decades ago remain today, electrical engineers specializing in digital sound reproduction face arduous task overcoming these barriers. Digital audio technologies certainly have evolved to meet these challenges. Out of South Korea, a company comprised of four engineers approached analog and digital from an entirely new perspective. Introducing Waversa Systems Incorporated, founded in 2012 by Collin Shin, CEO and lead design engineer. Dr. Shin has been acknowledged for many firsts in the computer electronics industry. With 30 years of developing low noise, jitter canceling chips specific to both medical and military precision critical applications, he recognized these solutions when correctly implemented address these challenges individually, thereby allowing the listener to be enveloped by the music. Waversa DACs have been noted for their delicacy, revealing the fingertip-friction sounds on an instrumental string, or a flat cord on a note, better voice articulation and overall inner detail recreating venue ambiance with such holographic realism the musician can be perceived in the same spot when the listener wanders a room. I remain to find a dac that re-creates this level of timbre with such realism that naturally differentiates the uniqueness of each individual instrument when simultaneously paying the same note. All DAC manufacturers have their own approach to address high frequency noise associated with pulse code modulation. Waversa Systems PCM processing is truly unique in today’s market. Waversa Audio Processor takes a completely unique approach to signal processing by comparing the signal simultaneously from multiple points in virtual space and time and superimposes this information creating a more precise signal reproduction, instead of artificially filling in information and unintentionally creating high-frequency noise that often is perceived as “cold digital sound.” Unlike the traditional digital audio converters, Waversa uses their-own in house proprietary chip set that synchronizes with the neighboring internal processors, greatly reducing jitter. These Waversa Audio Processors (or WAP) consist of two parallel clocks (44.1 kHz / 48 kHz) thus creating mathematically accurate sampling at higher frequencies to 352 kHz / 384 kHz. The DAC3 converts PCM to DSD in real-time when CONV (“Conversion”) is selected. When conversion to DSD is selected, all PCM input samples are converted to 256 DSD via a custom built internal 5.6 MHz up-sampler and FPGA DSD converter. The USB interface is implemented through network player hardware by Waversa Systems and is UAC2 standard compliant. This provides an extremely clean digital audio signal through complete galvanic isolation, which strips the digital signal of any PC noise commonly created by a server’s internal power supply. Firmware updates and music data are also communicated through the single provided USB input. This is accomplished by a special interface, again unique to Waversa Systems. Key Features of the DAC3: The Waversa DAC3 has many special features. Waversa Systems’ digital features include: ⦁ Dual mono ES9018K2M SABRE 32 Reference Audio DAC chip set for D/A conversion ⦁ Dual Waversa Audio Processor (WAP) Chip set ⦁ 44.1, 48kHz implemented as a complete system Unified Clock System composed of independently-specific MEMS Master Clock ⦁ Real-time PCM to DSD 256 conversion using a custom built 5.6 MHz up-sampler and FPGA DSD converter ⦁ DSD to PCM Upsampling (world's first) ⦁ PCM Enhancement: Bypass, 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x ⦁ Custom built, FPGA based, 1.5 MHz up-sampling then conversion to 384 KHz for D/A processing. ⦁ All digital inputs and a customized S/PDIF receiver accommodating rates up to 192 KHz (so long as the source is S/PDIF compliant – see “Operation”) ⦁ A UAC2 standard compliant custom audio interface design, with Cypress FX2/FPGA USB input handling: ⦁ DSD 64, DSD 128 ⦁ PCM 44.1 KHz, 48 KHz, 88.2 KHz, 96 KHz, 176.4 KHz, 192 KHz, 352.8 and 384 KHz. ⦁ Operations via Linux OS with UAC2 and MAC OSX 10.6, with the Thesycon driver incorporated for use in Windows OS environments ⦁ Optional in and out reference word clock connectors for use with an external clock ⦁ Complementary Full Balanced Analogue Circuit ⦁ Discrete / Transformer output mode can be selected ⦁ Output Voltage Control: 100%, 75%, 50% to adjust output gain and refine sound depending on individual system. ⦁ Select equipped with digital inputs and outputs, modular (up to 4) - Ethernet Network Player, Coaxial, AES / EBU, Optical, Word Clock Input, Accessory Clock Module options, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, headphone amplifier, analog input ⦁ Cutting duralumin chassis, and internal block reducing vibration and improving RF and galvanic isolation. ⦁ The digital portion and analog portion are independently powered using dual toroidal transformers, each with duralumin isolation and independent linear circuitry. ⦁ Front LED display (1,800 LED): source, the input sampling rate, menus, artist, song, etc. Will Ship Internationally. Email to enquire.\
  24. I purchased the card in December 2015. Recently upgraded to the Femto. Price $250, firm, plus $15 shipping to CONUS. I will cover paypal fees. Ships from 08003.