Moodlab (Derek Shek) NOS DAC

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    Shuggie

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    I'm selling my Moodlab TDA1543 NOS DAC, which is better known around here as the Derek Shek NOS DAC (frosted acrylic version, not the newer black one). It is offered with the upgrade regulated C-Core TX PSU, which is housed in the same translucent acrylic as the DAC. Both are about 18 months old.

    The DAC has a few holes drilled in the case to improve cooling (while I was playing with stacked DACs). The PSU has a circuit breaker in place of the fuse. Otherwise both are as standard.

    This little DAC is well regarded for good reason. It's not ultra-fi, but it does music very well, in an open-hearted, foot tapping manner.

    I am looking for around £130, inc postage, but I would be prepared to split the DAC and PSU if required, if there are no takers for the pair.

    Cheers

    Shuggie
     
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    Hi Mate! I am possibly interested. Any reviews on the net of this one?
     
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    Just search Zerogain for "Shek" and "nos dac" - there's plenty to read.
     
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    Interested

    I am interested but seems a bit pricey!
     
    dreftar, Mar 16, 2006
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    This DAC is no longer for sale.
     
    Shuggie, Mar 19, 2006
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