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  1. I'm selling a new Resonessence Labs Invicta DA​C rev. 2 bought brand new August 2013. It is the latest version with white OLED, DSD/DXD logo printed on the chassis and the Apple aluminium remote (included). Full original packaging and accessories in perfect as NEW condition. Price: 2.800 € including shipping ​New on this latest version of the Invicta (2nd gen): All PCBs have been revised based on our experience with the production of INVICTA over the past two years. The Headphone output is now generated by the ESS Sabre DAC ES9018 rather than the ES9016 of the first generation. The front panel is modified to show additional high sample rate LEDs. DSD (both 64 and 128) is now supported: you can use USB or the SD Card as the data source for DSD programs. It support DFF and DXF formats on the SD Card. Doubled the sample rate: you may now provide audio data at up to 384kS/S. The front panel and the cover are redesigned to highlight the DSD capability and reduce the internal temperature. Added a slot in the front panel to increase the IR sensitivity The unit now operates with the Apple Remote Control A cosmetic upgrade: the OLED Display is now white rather than the original blue color.
  2. This might seem a noddy question, but if I have a native DSD recording (downloaded from Downloads Now) that I want to play using A+ through an Invicta DAC, which has just updated its software to be able to play native DSD files through USB, does the interface show that a DSD file is being played? In other words, does the interface confirm that it is playing the DSD file natively? The reason I ask this is because I know the player is capable of rendering DSD files by translating them into another format but, naturally I want to be sure I am hearing the DSD file at its native best. I have the A+ 1.4.3 options set to Exclusive, Direct and Integer and 'automatic detection' on the Audio System page and just above that the Invicta is recognized as the active audio device and shows 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192 (in color) as available source formats but the DSD64 and DSD128 text is greyed out on the right. DSD to PCM Algorithm option is set to 64bit Multistage. This leads me to suspect that despite the software upgrade, the player is converting the DSD file on replay. Can anyone offer any guidance on this? I may not be the only one confused. It's my first foray into DSD!