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For Sale:
FS: Like-New JDS Labs Standalone ODAC DAC with RCA Output in Black (USA)

Will Ship To: USA

It is time for me to sell one of my desktop DACs.  I am selling it only to help free up some funds for my first top tier solid-state amplifier.  Absolutely nothing is wrong with the ODAC.  This ODAC features a RCA output (along with the standard 3.5 millimeter output) and is black.  I can guarantee you that there is not a cleaner one out there - seriously.

 

I purchased this DAC brand new directly from JDS Labs and am its original owner.  As the pictures show, it is in truly pristine condition.  There are zero scratches/dents/imperfections on it, as it was only used in my home.  The DAC has no more than ten hours on it, literally.  There obviously are no sound production issues with the DAC what-so-ever.

 

As the pictures show, I have everything that originally came with it from JDS Labs: the original box, plastic wraps, instruction manual, and accessories.  You will be receiving everything just as I did and how the pictures show.

 

I would let it go for ***SOLD*** shipped via an insured UPS Ground service within the continental USA via a Paypal gift payment (or plus an additional 3% for a goods payment).  I will only ship to a confirmed shipping address as well.

 

 

Please let me know if you have any questions via PM.  I check my inbox frequently and will respond to all PMs quickly.  Thank you!


Edited by BassInMyFace - 8/6/13 at 7:07pm
post #2 of 6

It's a shame you are selling the ODAC after 10hrs because you have never heard what it really sounds like.

 

(repeat from another post)

 

 

After approximately  75hrs of use the ODAC came into full bloom and developed into one of the best, if not the best, sounding computer DAC I ever heard.  You need to be patient and allow the ODAC plenty of time to "burn-in".   At first it sounded grainy and fatiguing to the point that I thought I wasted my money and could not see what all the hype was about.  After about 15hrs a lot of the grain was disappearing.  After about 40hrs the bass on my Mirage OMD-15's started becoming tight and defined, and the grain was almost gone.  After about 75hrs the sound became so addictive that I found myself not wanting to turn my computer off.  It is truly one of the great finds in the audio world, and is very reasonably priced.

 

Steve Guttenberg is one of the most respected audiophiles around.  He presents no non-sense reviews that are well documented and written.  It was his opinion that the JD Labs O2 was the best headphone amp that he had ever heard (and made in the USA)  that put me on the trail of the ODAC.  I had to find out what DAC was in this thing.

 

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13645_3-57526726-47/jds-labs-overachieving-headphone-amplifiers/

 

Nwavguy is an audio engineer that designed the ODAC.   This guy really  knows his stuff.   I bought into his philosophy of design about DACs in general which led me even further to consider purchasing of the  ODAC.  

 

Remember to not go by a first impression and allow the ODAC plenty of time to break in, and then be prepared to be amazed by it's sound.

 
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Originally Posted by islandman View Post

It's a shame you are selling the ODAC after 10hrs because you have never heard what it really sounds like.

 

(repeat from another post)

 

 

After approximately  75hrs of use the ODAC came into full bloom and developed into one of the best, if not the best, sounding computer DAC I ever heard.  You need to be patient and allow the ODAC plenty of time to "burn-in".   At first it sounded grainy and fatiguing to the point that I thought I wasted my money and could not see what all the hype was about.  After about 15hrs a lot of the grain was disappearing.  After about 40hrs the bass on my Mirage OMD-15's started becoming tight and defined, and the grain was almost gone.  After about 75hrs the sound became so addictive that I found myself not wanting to turn my computer off.  It is truly one of the great finds in the audio world, and is very reasonably priced.

 

Steve Guttenberg is one of the most respected audiophiles around.  He presents no non-sense reviews that are well documented and written.  It was his opinion that the JD Labs O2 was the best headphone amp that he had ever heard (and made in the USA)  that put me on the trail of the ODAC.  I had to find out what DAC was in this thing.

 

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13645_3-57526726-47/jds-labs-overachieving-headphone-amplifiers/

 

Nwavguy is an audio engineer that designed the ODAC.   This guy really  knows his stuff.   I bought into his philosophy of design about DACs in general which led me even further to consider purchasing of the  ODAC.  

 

Remember to not go by a first impression and allow the ODAC plenty of time to break in, and then be prepared to be amazed by it's sound.

 

 

Please don't make me regret posting this for sale...

post #4 of 6
i'm interested in this.
post #5 of 6
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All PMs have been replied too.

 

The ODAC is still for sale.

post #6 of 6
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The ODAC has been sold!

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