It is the original Rega Dac (Not Rega DAC-R), So USB input resolution is limited to 16/48, Spdif supports upto 24/192, 230V Version (UK)
Main features- NOS DAC, All inputs are covered under galvanic isolation, 2 coax, 2 optical and 1 usb input. 5 Selectable filters.
Plenty of reviews out there- link1 - Rega DAC review | What Hi-Fi?
link2- Rega DAC D/A processor | Stereophile.com
Age & Ownership history- First user but 2nd owner. Actually the first owner (a friend of mine in England) bought it on last Christmas (December 2014) with the intention of assemble a good stereo setup which never happened, so it remained as sealed box packed till it was shipped to me. Yes, I opened the seal and use it for the first time. So it is made in England and imported direct from there. Original box with power cable and Manual available as the picture suggests.
Reason for sale- I already have wolfson chip based DAC (Audio-gd). So want to sale this one as it can be sold with greater value for it's brand reputation and age. But my audio-gd also offer headphone amp function that is another reason I have no wish to sell it.
Comparison- Rega offers better resolution and detailed sound than Audio-gd. But I like the mid of Audio-gd more.
Item condition- Functionally 10/10, Cosmetic - 9/10 (It has very minor scratch on the top which is hard to detect on camera, you can zoom the picture-2 to find out). The front protection film still intact.,
Original price was around 50k, My price - 34k including shipping.
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