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  1. If you're still an aspirational Computer Audiophile thinking of making the jump to audiophile-quality music appreciation, this is a terrific entry-level audiophile speaker and headphone amplifier with built-in Sabre digital-analogue converter and hybrid tube/solid-state preamp to dramatically improve the sound of your digital music. Lightly used, treated very well, 3-1/2 years old but in pristine condition and sitting in storage for the past year. I am the original owner, purchased at Stereo Exchange in New York City. Actual unit pictured here. Includes remote control. Purchased for $1,000 new, now for sale for $450 plus PayPal fee & shipping cost (also available for local pickup if you're in New York City). Detailed information below on the features and benefits of the Peachtree decco65. From the Stereophile review of the Peachtree decco65: More about the Peachtree decco65 from the Crutchfield info page:
  2. I purchased this Power Supply from Sonore on 09/01/2016 It is in flawless condition with original packaging. It substantially improved the sound of my microRendu. I will ship immediately upon purchase, from Nashville, TN. $1100
  3. Hello all, I am changing my setup and am offering the following for sale—click the links for more info on each. Everything is in excellent condition with original boxes and accessories (except the DragonFly, I don't have the box anymore): • iFi Micro iUSB 2.0 Power Supply (includes wall wart; goes great with the Gemini cable below): $150 (was around $230 new) • iFi Gemini USB cable 0.7m (goes great with the Micro iUSB above, to take full advantage of its features): $100 (was around $180 new) • iFi iPower Ultra-Low Noise AC/DC adapter: $30 (was around $50 new) • DragonFly USB DAC v. 1.2: $60 (was around $150 new) Please PM me if any of this interests you. I will cover PayPal fees for these if you can take care of the shipping (local pickup in New York City also fine). Thanks!
  4. 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.
  5. 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).
  6. Content to remain simply a CA reader for several years I'm finally making my first post, and that's happening now for reasons both happy and sad: The good news is that it looks like I have an unexpected and exciting long-term move overseas (but to a different voltage zone) coming up later in the year; the sad part is I think that means it makes sense to downsize from my much-loved and still pristine, six-month-old Schiit stack of Ragnarok amplifier and Yggdrasil DAC (both 115V), which I've had in use for a little while as a supplementary, home-office rig. I'm offering them for sale separately, or as a package at a slight discount. This is the listing for the Ragnarok (US$1,299) and there's a separate listing for the Yggdrasil (US$1,899), but I'll also let them go together for US$3,199 (XLR cables to connect them thrown into the bargain). These prices are firm—the equipment is almost new and in tip-top shape—and do not include PayPal fees or shipping; I can only ship to USA PayPal addresses (and I reserve the right to sell to the buyer of my choice). I am located in New York City, where a local in-person pickup by a committed purchaser would be particularly welcome. Check out Herb Reichert's glowing review of the exceptional Ragnarok amplifier in Stereophile. Thanks to its unusually engineered clean and direct power delivery it is truly a special amp. Reichert calls it "The most enjoyable stereo system I've used in the 21st century." Tech specs are all at Schiit's informative web page for the Ragnarok. I am the original owner and my unit, pictured below, was ordered directly from Schiit in May 2016 and finally shipped to me in July 2016 (paperwork proof included below; not B stock), and has ultimately only seen about six months of use, between travel when I was away for periods of time. The unit is in like-new, pristine condition, 10/10. Original packaging, power cord, and manual are all included. Ships in the original double-box protective package as received from Schiit. Please PM me with inquiries—and check out my Yggdrasil DAC listing as well, also an extraordinary machine that is the perfect match for the Ragnarok and that Chris Connaker here at CA calls "a disruptive product that I can't recommend enough to both new and experienced music aficionados."
  7. Because I don't use USB audio in my chain (I use optical/coax), I don't need this anymore. It's the second generation ("amber," I think) and very lightly used; maybe 50 hours.Included is only the Regen and the hard USB adapter. The original extra USB is widely considered to be poor and I've put the power supply to work elsewhere in my system, so those are not included. I also have misplaced the box though I'm sure I still have it, I truly don't have time to look for it, so you get this unit at a steal of a deal at over $100 off. US $85.00 Buyer pays shipping, I'll eat the Paypal. Shipping to CONUS only and insurance is extra.
  8. "Mostly new" and lightly used. I bought this in the first batch and was blown away. And so this unit is "burned in" but not over 200 hours. In the end, I went with a W4S optical to coax path instead of USB, and I kept this thinking I'd use it someday. Well, pretty sure that day isn't coming since USB requires software I don't like using, and that's the bottom line for me. Sound is as excellent as everyone says though I prefer my setup with my DAC and my system. YMMV as usual.Tech info online at sonore.us/microRendu.htmlPrice includes mRendu, hard USB adapter, iFi iPower and its accessories. This is almost $700 new so you're getting $200 off. Buyer pays Paypal and shipping to CONUS only.
  9. Begrudgingly selling a beloved personal amp from my private collection. The Liquid Carbon is a limited-edition, community-inspired, and carefully-crafted distillation of our Cavalli Audio house sound. There were three runs made, the final ones just have been distributed. Each run consisted of 500 units. The Liquid Carbon is a fully-discrete, fully-balanced, transportable solid-state headphone amplifier that is capable of driving all but the most demanding of headphones - delivering satisfying levels and offering superb driver control for exceptional detail and linearity. It’s fully-balanced as well, on both its inputs and outputs. In fact, whether your DAC has balanced output or not - and chances are that it doesn’t - the Liquid Carbon accounts for that with phase splitters on its single-ended inputs, so that it can “generate” balanced input signals. The Liquid Carbon also features adjustable gain (1X/3X), comprehensive input and output options, and ultra-low output impedance (~0.12 ohm balanced, ~0.08 ohm single-ended). All of the above combine to form something that is truly more than the sum of its parts… an affordable end game headphone amplifier. Includes: Liquid Carbon amp, Audioquest NRG-3 power cable (purchased separately for $100), and original box. $650. Buyer pays shipping and PP fees
  10. 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! $200 plus shipping and paypal if required.
  11. Custom build Audiophile Linear Power Supply for your CAS gears, PC-ATX, Hi-Fi gears...etc. All PSUs build with audio-grade custom made O-Type transformer(7N OFC copper or OCC silver-plated copper), ultra low noise regulator, Hi-grade parts Current rating with your choice from 1A to 12A Max Over 70 PSUs shipped all over the world already, and got many good reviews! If you feel interested in it, please feel free PM or e-mail to diyla1209@yahoo.com.hk for details and price quotation, thanks! Best regards, Kenneth Lau from Hong Kong Kenneth's DIY Workshop Attached some photos of my handcrafted LPS
  12. Up for sale , 2 cables of 33 cm PPA Studio TZ YUN III Sata Cables . I ask 200$ Tha sale is for 2 cables . ( 100$ each) Please note: Paypal fees, shipping and Insurance to Usa and Canada is included in the price .
  13. I have an extra audio PC now that I am moving to a microRendu in one of my systems. I would like to sell this as one package but will consider offers for some of the components separately. Here is the hardware configuration: Motherboard: Supermicro MBD-X10SLH-F-O uATX Server Motherboard LGA 1150 CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1240Lv3 Processor LGA1150 Memory: 16GB, 240-PIN Dimm, DDR3 PC3-85 - CT25672BA1067 Case: Streacom FC10 (includes riser unit and longer pipes) LPSU: Teradak ATX-275 with R-core USB card: jcat v1.1 or Paul Pang v3 (you can select one) OS drive: Samsung 850 Pro 128GB (MZ-7KE128BW) The operating system preloaded is Windows server 2012R2 Standard. The total cost of the build, including the OS, was $2,950. This was built about a year ago. I am asking $1,500 plus shipping to CONUS only. I will post pictures tonight.
  14. 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.\
  15. 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.
  16. Hi I have an opportunity to offer one Golden Atlantic at very good price. Offer for just one unit, configured as you want, brand new, full set, full warranty etc. This offer excludes USA customers (very sorry, not my call). Please contact me for a quote, serious potential buyers only. Photo of my own Golden Atlantic (not for sale) just to show what is offered here. Thank you
  17. I'm looking to sell my Chord Dave and stand I also have a Totaldac Twelve for sale , my goal is to sell one and keep the other . I'm asking 9800.00 for the Chord Dave and stand Sent from my iPhone using Computer Audiophile
  18. AQVOX Low-Noise Power Supply - USB 75.00 shipped
  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. USB Type A to mini USB. 0.75m length. Includes 72V DBS module to maintain cable dielectric, battery is in good shape. One of the top USB cables on the market, it added a richness to my system and smoothed out some sibilance while still maintaining detail. Includes factory box. $325 + buyer pays for shipping. See my excellent feedback on Audiogon (user name gnobber).
  21. 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.
  22. Like new EN-70HD. It sells for just under $200 new at Amazon or eBay. It's similar to the SOtM iSO-CAT6 LAN Isolator, but a little less expensive. My almost-brand-new (40 hours burn-in) is for sale: $140. For people with network noise issues, this is a German-made, medical grade Ethernet isolator that has been successfully used by others here at CA. Here's EMO's manufacturer: Network Isolators · Okay, FULL DISCLOSURE HERE--NO B.S.: I tried this in my system (see below) which seems to be quite sensitive to this and that tweak (interconnect, power cables, etc.). How much is Naim pre/amp dependent? I dunno but I'm sure I'll find out in a few months or so as I look to upgrade my amp. So what's this sound like and why am I selling? In short: It works some nice enhancement magic in the bass--more full, more warmth, and more "forward." The PRaT that I love with Naim gear is enhanced too--love all that. But sadly, in my system (older Naim amp) it lacks the upper high frequency speed and transparency that I have without the EMO. Now I have to say: I know my system's shortcomings because I've recently borrowed other more recent (newer/"later" model) Naim amps and they are better. So I've been trying to eek out the maximum from my gear and other than a new DAC and the microRendu, I think I'm done with hundred dollar tweaks and I'm ready for thousand dollar amps instead. So, if your system needs some Ethernet filtration and PERHAPS if things are a bit "bright," you might wish to give this little gem/tweak a try. (That's why we're audiophiles, right?) Just insert your Ethernet cable in one end, and another at the other (it's a simple, in-line filter). Tech specs at the EMO website if you're interested. Joe Bob says, "Check it out!" See pic below. PayPal only, I'll pay that fee. I'll pay shipping USPS padded envelope too, CONUS only please.
  23. I have a 2.5 year old Apple Airport Extreme Base Station with supplied power cord. This cost $184.99 when bought from Amazon in the fall of 2014. Very good condition and works perfectly well. Will sell for $85 OBO plus shipping in continental US.
  24. 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.