Arcam rDAC Sweepstakes

Register to win a Arcam rDAC audiophile-grade Digital to Analog Converter (MSRP $479) we are giving away.

According to Arcam, the rDAC's sleek cast aluminum case, hides the latest digital technology, including the outstanding Wolfson 8741 DAC. With coaxial, optical and USB inputs, the rDAC renders music with stunning accuracy and musicality.

Uses for the rDAC are endless. CD Players, Internet Radios, cable boxes and game stations can be connected via coaxial or optical leads to deliver a dramatic increase in sound quality. PCs and Macs can feed the rDAC via USB using the Asynchronous USB re-clocking circuitry to almost eliminates the jitter and noise associated with music in computer environments.

The results from the highly affordable rDac are thrilling regardless of the digital audio source.

Click here for more info.

To enter the sweepstakes, all you need is an account on Stereophile.com or AudioStream.com. If you don't already have one, click on the link labeled "register" at the bottom of this announcement or "Create new account" in the right column. Then, enter a username and a valid e-mail address, and click on the "Create new account" button. A message will be automatically sent to the e-mail address you specified, which will include a link to activate the account.

You can enter once on Stereophile.com and once on AudioStream.com for a total of two entries. No more than one entry per site allowed.

The final step (and only step for those who already have an account) is to log in and leave a comment right here on this announcement—any comment will do, as long as it's not profane or spam. Then, when the sweepstakes closes, a lucky commenter will be chosen at random to receive the prize. So post a comment, and good luck!

For complete sweepstakes rules, click here.

[This sweepstakes is now closed.]

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COMMENTS
docdan50's picture

enter me please

psmo63's picture

I WON!!! No.....seriously.......you all can quit now............dude, seriously.....

skarphace's picture

Beats the heck out of my onboard audio, if I win this I'll be upgradeing my headphones sooner than later

drumguy48's picture

It's Mine !

SKZA's picture

As I used to say while playing board games as a kid... "Is it my turn to win now!?" 

I took taking turns very seriously. 

joyeous's picture

I want this thing! 

lawn_wrangler's picture

heard good things about this DAC.

pensnyc's picture

Sign me up!

flavio.a.d.saraiva's picture

I'm in...

volvic's picture

WHY NOT. 

Nick L. 

KeithyD's picture

A really nice bit of kit!

Duck851's picture

I recently discovered that my A/V receiver will not pass any digital input through any of its analog outputs to my listening system, so I've been looking at DACs.

 

Thanks!

genelin's picture

I would love to have this DAC!

LM2940's picture

Looks great! Enter me please!

evanolynuk's picture

comment! :)  Wolfson eh?

hayduke's picture

comment

pseudouw's picture

The missing link in my budget audiophile system!

im_all_ears's picture

I used to work for an DAC manufacturing company. I know good quality conversion when I hear it! Would love to have a listen!

garmando's picture

The only dac I have right now is inside my Marantz CD 63SE! Time for me to get with the times.

mikakaar's picture

Great idea, got me signing up! I definitely could use that.

sharksfan's picture

Heard good things about this dac. Thanks.

Jeffstudio's picture

It would be a great system match for me. Thanks !

rubytuesday's picture

Would love it!

SebieDreamtime's picture

Would love to update my DAC.

cardinal1979's picture

Well, it looks like I didn't win those cables.  But this nice DAC would be nice, also.

pulsetsar's picture

Would love this for the new setup!

floydianpsyche's picture

Hello, Count me in too...

saronian's picture

Yes! Another contest.

Bubbamike's picture

Ja es gut!

rowland's picture

Would love to get this DAC to connect to my iTunes library and Rotel amp.

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