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    Re: FS: Micromega MyDac 24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous DAC

    Originally posted by fernandov View Post
    I am the original owner of this 2014 manufactured 24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous MyDac with USB, Coax and Toslink inputs. . It is in excellent condition with low hours, no issues, and works as it should. Comes with the original box, power cable and manuals. As stated in numerous online reviews, it rivals many DACS 2-3x it's price.

    $299 including shipping anywhere in the continental United States. (US shipping only)
    You may want to try AudioCircle or head-fi. I don't think anyone on this forum has a dac that costs more than $100 or isn't already in a receiver.

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      Re: FS: Micromega MyDac 24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous DAC

      You must have the magic touch! Sold right after your comment elevated it to the top of the board

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        Re: FS: Micromega MyDac 24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous DAC

        Originally posted by Wushuliu View Post
        You may want to try AudioCircle or head-fi. I don't think anyone on this forum has a dac that costs more than $100 or isn't already in a receiver.
        you really do not believe this do you ?
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          Re: FS: Micromega MyDac 24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous DAC

          Yeah, that's because we're not stupid.

          Originally posted by Wushuliu View Post
          You may want to try AudioCircle or head-fi. I don't think anyone on this forum has a dac that costs more than $100 or isn't already in a receiver.
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