FS: Xindak Dac-5 Tube dac SOLD
Jul 26, 2010 at 5:41 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 7

Kawai_man

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For sale is my xindak dac-5 It comes with the power cord, xindak bag, and the original box. It has a coaxial and optical inputs, 2  RCA outputs and an one set of XLR balanced outputs. It has upsampling to 24/96 or 24/192. It uses two torroidal transformers one for the digital and the other for the analog section this offers the the best power distribution and low interference from the digital to analog sections which can cause jitter .

This DAC is is very transparent you can hear every detail with great realism and depth, its given me one of the best sounds I've heard from a dac, I used this dac in my main hi-fi set-up which I'm selling off. I originally paid 595 +shipping
 
SOLD for 414 shipped
 
Xindak DAC-5
 
DAC-5 is a D/A converter of Xindak with excellent performance. In order to improve the sound quality, Xindak engineers have also used patent technology on avoiding dynamic invalidation of capacitors, which could decrease the distortion on the Highs especially. It can upgrade the digital signal recorded in PCM format of common CD player to 24Bit/192Khz to achieve higher processing precision and highly improve the dynamics and treble extension, making the sound more mellow with richer soundstages.

 
It adopts AD1852 24Bit/192KHz of AD company to convert digital data to analog data. The analog filtering circuit adopts low-noise resistance and OPA2604 of BB company. The double transformers and six independent stable power supplies can afford abundant and pure power to the circuits and ensure their most stable and best working status. Additionally, it also corrects the Jitter time base errors at the same time.
 
[size=9pt]D/A chip:                                AD1852                   
Output circuits:                     tube  6922 (E88CC) and OPA available
Digital input terminals:         1 digital coaxial port, 1 optical fiber port (tube and OPA)
Analog output terminals:      1 pair of XLR output ports, 2 pairs of analog output ports (tube and OPA)
Upgrading format:                 24BIt/96Khz, 24bit/192Khz (switchable)
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[size=9pt]Dimensions:                          17x13x4 inches
Weight:                                  15 lbs
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[size=9pt]Color:                                     Silver[/size]
 
 
 



 
Aug 6, 2010 at 1:05 AM Post #6 of 7

Kawai_man

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Btw I auditioned this dac against the music hall dac25.2 which I owned for a short while and the xindak was superior by a long shot you can hear more detail and you can hear deeper into the music with the xindak.

 

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