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MCM (Rebadged Beresford TC-7510) 24Bit 96 Khz DAC/Headphone Amp UPGRADED

I have a MCM DAC and Headphone Amp

It have a 24Bit 96Khz Digital to Analog Converter that also has a headphone amp/volume control built in.
It is actually a rebadged Beresford TC-7510 DAC/Headphone amp.

It has 2 coaxial & 2 toslink inputs. It has 2 analog outputs (one is variable) as well.

It has been upgraded with the following as per Internet forums:

National Semi LM4562 High-end Dual Opamp
It has the upgraded Nichicon Muse Bipolar Coupling Caps
Pin 15 has 5V added to give better dynamics. Beresford proprietary upgrade
Better PS caps on the Analog stage.
A couple other mods to make sound improvements

The DAC uses the Burr-Brown 1716 24-96 Bit DAC
Has 2 coaxial & 2 optical inputs
Has 2 analog outputs - 1 is fixed and the other is variable
Headphone Amp with volume control

Price: $80 USD with FREE Shipping to Canada & lower 48.

Add $10 to all other countries

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