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For Sale Phiree D1 DAC

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sarith

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For sale is Phiree D1 dac. I have used it for 15 minutes. Condition of the product is 10/10. It was bought from amazon UK and hand delivered to me by a friend few days ago. The original box packing was omitted for convenience and to skip additional luggage charges.

PHIREE D1 WM8741 Dual AD797 24bit/192kHz ASIO DAC High-Performance Decoder | eBay

Accessories added to the sale:

1) A pair of LME49990 smd IC in DIP8 socket (The dac came with a pair of AD797). I have opened and installed LME49990 in the dac. Pair of AD797 IC also included. AD797 sounds warmer

2) Extra pair of DIP8 Sockets

3) USB cable.

4) MX optical cable

5) Power supply adapter

6) 3 pin AC Socket

7) 2 metre long 3 RCA coaxial cables which are of same colour but sounds good with coaxial input of the dac and analog stereo output. Sockets are gold colour (Not sure if it's real gold plated. Bought some few years back from a local electronics shop and never saw them again for sale till date)

Asking price is Rs.15,000 Including shipping. Will be well packed.

Reason for sale: upgrade to 384khz dsd dac. sold my existing audio system, dac, speakers and Technics headphone for upgrading to a better system.
 

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sarith

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The FM for whom I blocked the dac has asked for 2 more days of time and also exploring other options. So the sale is more like open to offers. Decent offers are entertained. For serious buyers, mobile number, detailed Picture or video of the dac on demand via PM. Thank you for looking.
 
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sarith

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There is so much more in life than money and profit and one of them is courtesy and professionalism. We grown-ups are supposed to keep our word. One FM contacted me and asked me to block it for him and had a phone

conversation and blahed for an hour about his setup and how he bought his stuff and about the job he has in ProFX coimbatore and what not..

I PM, sms him multiple times and no response. So called him few times and each time he said will contact me in 2 days and so on ad no response. To me, it's seems unprofessional and immature. A simple reply

saying 'not interested' would have been great and I wouldn't have to waste my time. No more classifieds for me in here..phew..closing all my threads.
 
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