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
Mjbainer's picture

This would look and sound superb in our system. Bainer's groto would be the perfect resting place for this DAC 

nikotine's picture

Thanks for a chance to participate! I would love to win the Arcam DAC as an introduction to high end computer audio!

stereomag's picture

Long time reader of the magazine, When the local magazine store closed I have to read Stereophile on-line. Not as good as a hands on magazine but what can you do? I wish I could afford a DAC for my audio system. Maybe I can win one.

timdoug's picture

Please! 

kwazyjuice's picture

I would love to be a winner!!

callas01's picture

This would be perfect, I want to buy this unit, and it'll go great with the Naim 5i I just bought.

ckeilin's picture

Another great sweepstakes!

Jack_Mlynek's picture

Hope one is coming my way!

kylewilliams1024's picture

This would be a huge upgrade,  looks cool, hope I win.

juanmtamayo's picture

I definitely want one of these!

Lennarts's picture

With my luck.... Really?

maelob's picture

Sign me up

venkatcr's picture

I have used the rDAC for about a month and fell in love with it. It played all genres of music extremely well without pushing any frequency up or down. Transparent? Possibly, but I would use the word 'realistic' more to identify the sound signature. The wireless option is a very thoughtfull addition and gives you the freedom to use any source for your music.

Would love to have it back in my system.

Venkat 

jokeka's picture

Looks like it will fit on my rack.  SO, thanks. 

dannyb888's picture

This would be really useful for me right now.

Due to the crisis I had to sell my entire analog/digital front end, pre/power amp as well as my entire lp and cd collection.

The upside is computer audio is really improving by leaps and bounds. My current system is my desktop PC connected via Wireworld Ultraviolet to an HRT Musicstreamer II and a vintage Sansui 6060 reciever circa 1977. Speakers are the Wharfedale Diamond 10.1

The sound is really close to what I had before i.e. Clearaudio Solution/Kuzma Stogi Reference, Clearaudio Virtuoso, Audio Research PH3, Cayin CDT15a, Reference Line passive attenuator, Dynaco ST70II (heavily modified), Definitive Technology DR7 tower (heavily modified)Transparent and Nordost cables.

I'm surprised at how good computer audio is at the moment and I'm excited to find out how much better it can be.

finbacksounding's picture

:D

fullspeed's picture

You have to be mine!

thawdtd's picture

winner winner chicken dinner

laclayton's picture

devil  would love to own this

Thanks

AndrewARCH's picture

Count me in!

lastgoodbye's picture

Please enter me in the drawing. Thank you!

mikeyb88122's picture

One entry for me, please!

torturegarden's picture

This would be a nice addition to my current setup. It's just the thing I need for my music server.

EndersShadow's picture

Would love to own this one

Oliver A.'s picture

I'll take it.

Capa's picture

Asylum

sat7's picture

hwbthree's picture

I'm writing to you from here at the orphanage...looking into the eager faces of the children who have suffered for years with a brand x dac...they keep chanting: "Please kind sir, can we not listen to the computer music through an rDAC?" I'm choking back tears as I write this heart-felt plea-mail. I'm sure you will understand. Think of the children...

smitty72's picture

Just what I've been shopping for.

lwood's picture

sounds good! thenks

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