Peachtree Audio iDecco -Int Amp, Pre Amp, Headphone Amp, DAC, Ipod Dock (Used) $499

Description

The Peachtree Audio iDecco extracts the digital audio from your iPod and sends it directly to the iDecco’s built-in high-performance ESS Sabre DAC. After the digital bitstream is converted to an analog music signal, it travels through the iDecco’s class A tube-buffered preamplifier stage to a high-current, 40 watt per channel amplifier, ready to drive your speakers of choice.

The iDecco is actually FIVE products in one . . .

  • PURE DIGITAL iPod Dock
  • Integrated Amplifier
  • Class A Tube Preamplifier
  • Stand-Alone Multi-Input DAC
  • Class A Headphone Amplifier

In addition, the iDecco provides a component video out connection so you can use your iPod as a “New Millennium VCR” and watch movies, TV shows and podcasts on your flat panel TV or monitor.

iDecco Specifications

Amplifier
40 Watts per Channel <1% Distortion into 6 Ohms
ST MOSFET Amp Modules

Preamplifier
Class A Preamp Output Stage
<30 Ohms Output Impedance
Hybrid Tube Design Using Triode (Stereo 6n1p)
6.5V Output at 2.0V Input
Polypropylene Caps in the Signal Path
1 Aux Input

Headphone Amplifier
Class A Output with 6n1p Tube in the Circuit
Suitable for All Electro-Dynamic Headphones
Frequency Response: DC ~ 100 kHz +/- 0.1dB
Voltage Gain: 10dB
Maximum Output Voltage: 7Vrms
Output Impedance: <30 Ohms
Maximum Output Power: 100mW into 8 Ohm/300mW into 150 Ohm/150mW into 300 Ohm

Digital to Analog Converter (DAC)
4 Digital Inputs: 1 iPod, 1 USB, 1 Coax, 1 Toslink (Optical)
ESS 9006 Sabre DAC with Patented Jitter Reduction Circuit
24/96 Upsampling
11 Regulated Power Supplies
Class A Output Stage (for use as an External DAC)
Transformer-Coupled Digital Inputs for Ground Isolation
Galvanically Isolated USB Stage
>118db S/N
<1 Picosecond Jitter Measured at the Master Clock (Super Clock)
AC 115v/230v Switchable from Back Panel

This unit is in very good condition, but has  no remote control handpiece.

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