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    Join Date: May 2010

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    I'm Rob.

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    I have bought myself a Bryston BDA-1, which means my M2Tech Young DAC is now surplus.

    This is the unit I bought from daws0n a couple of years ago. It's a lovely DAC that I've enjoyed listening to regularly.

    This is the unbalanced RCA version of the Young DAC (see photo of rear).

    My main reason for getting the Bryston was for more inputs, and because I'd like to moved to balanced connections. Sonically there's not a lot between the two, the M2Tech being a little bit pacier, the Bryston a little more relaxed.

    I've also added an MCRU linear power supply to the Young DAC (the original M2Tech wall plug power supply will be included).

    I bought it from daws0n here for 350, and the power supply cost me a shade over 200. So I'll offer the two here at 450 plus shipping. Collection would also be welcome, and I'd be happy to travel within an hour of Evesham. I have the original packaging for the DAC, but not the PSU. I also have a photocopy of the DAC manual.









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    Cracking dacs these.
    Kuzma Stabi/S 12", (LP12-bastard) DC motor and optical tacho psu, Benz LP, Paradise (phonostage). MB-Pro, Brooklyn dac and psu, Bruno Putzeys balanced pre, mod86p dual mono amps, Yamaha NS1000m

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    Thanks for the comments Oliver and Simon. I am very pleased with this DAC. A significant step up from my previous DACs (Peachtree DAC-IT, Musical Fidelity VDAC, Mission DAC5, and various DAC boards on my Pi).
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    I have one of these and for the money I suspect they are unbeatable. Detailed but still musical, you can listen for hours without fatigue.

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    Thank you Tristan

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