I am in the process of downsizing my main system (for background see here: http://www.hifivision.com/my-audio-video-setup/37728-going-reverse-while.html). Demo possible in Bangalore for both components. Local buyers preferred.
Lampizator Level 3 DAC
Up first is my Lampizator Level 3 DAC. This is Generation 3, under two years old. It has AES and SPDIF inputs. Has a very good blend of resolution and organic tone. Uses tubes in the output stage (mounted at the bottom). You can read more about the guy who makes these on Lukasz Fikus Lampizator .
Retail price of the DAC is Euro 2000. For India, you have to add customs and shipping, which are both meaningful amounts given the size/weight (more than a Marantz PM7001 amplifier). My piece is in mint condition.
I am expecting Rs85k for the DAC. For someone who plans to get into pc audio, I can also offer a Lynx AES16 sound card along with this for a very good price.
Rethm Gaanam amplifier
This is a two chassis tube amplifier. Has the power supply in one chassis and the preamp/amp in the second with two umbilical chord connecting the two chassis.
It uses 6922 tubes in the preamp section and 6C33C tubes in power section in single ended mode. Outputs 16w per channel. The sound quality is outstanding with all the goodness of an SET alongside a very low noise floor and headroom from the extra power over the usual 1-3 watts.
My piece is less than a year old. In mint condition. I still have the original box etc.
Price for a new one is Rs2.25l. I am letting mine go for 1.4l.
More information here: :::Welcome to Rethm:::
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