(((SOLD)))FS: RME ADI-2 fs DAC / Headphone Amplifier **PRICE DROP**
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Selling my perfect condition RME ADI-2 fs DAC/ Headphone Amplifier. It is new from September 2019, ~6 months old. I am the original owner.

I have the original box and all parts. It looks like new and functions perfectly as new. Still valid and transferrable 2y warranty.

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Selling because I am moving to a significantly more exotic DAC for my main listening setup.

I will take the PayPal fees if you accept shipping costs.
 
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Is it the older model? Looks like it has the old remote.
Rme updated the remote in December I believe. Yes it has the pre December remote.
 
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Rme updated the remote in December I believe. Yes it has the pre December remote.
They updated the DAC chip at the same time and added a new "SD LD" filter.

The updated ADI-2 DAC uses AKM's AK4493 in a special circuit variant developed by RME engineers that allows the chip to perform at its best. With noise levels of 123 dBA, distortion less than -120 dB, or THD+N of -117 dB, the device delivers outstanding measured values. Even the IEM output, with -118 dBu already the world's lowest noise headphone output, improves to a sensational -120 dBu. In addition, there is 4 dB of digital headroom, so that even high intersample peaks do not produce any audible distortion. Finally, the device now also offers a clear reserve in volume setting. +2.5 dB result in a still undistorted analog output signal.
 
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