Audio GD NFB 1.32 DAC. great condition. dual TCXO upgrades.
Will Ship To: Anywhere
Audio GD 1.32....that's ONE point 32, not the 11.32. Just over a year old.
I always do my homework before buying any audio gear and the research indicates this is a great DAC with some seriously well conceived engineering from the power supplies to the fine USB input/implementation.
This is a GREAT DAC based on the ESS chips with BOTH TCXO upgrades.
In my research Audio GD really puts a lot of care into quality power supplies. They are also well built units; they even conduct a factory burn in for 100 hours.
I have another ESS based dac and I'm purchasing a completely different type of dac [burr brown chips] to experiment, so this
is available. This has been my daily driver. Everything works and unit is in excellent condition. Original box.
XLR, RCA and ACSS.
Original price was around $860 with shipping, tax, etc.
Original box, etc.
NFB-1.32 (DSD / DXD )
Fully balanced design built by discrete analog stages without any OPA and couple caps in the signal channels.
Non- feedback ACSS analog output stage .
Uses R-core transformer , more than 20,000uf audio grade NOVER capacitors are used to ensure ample and smooth power feed.
A total of 5 groups class A parallel connection PSU power supply for all digital and analog circuits.
To achieve high S/N, the control circuit is powered with separate regulator.
Uses most Hi-end grade parts and exact match transistors.
5 groups digital input : coaxial *2 / Optical *2 / USB
DAC output : XLR / RCA / ACSS
USB Audio Class 2 High-speed Input from Windows / MAC / Linux
The USB supports High / full speed Asynchronous Transfer Mode up to 384K / 32Bit ability .
Resolutions support 16 / 24 / 32 Bit with sampling rate support 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz,352.8kHz,384kHz (USB)
Resolutions support 16 / 24 Bit with sampling rate support 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz (Coaxial)
Photos added. Yes, I blanked out part of the serial #...digital photo magic...the label and serial # is intact.
Edited by soundquest - 12/15/14 at 7:02pm