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OFF - DEALER AD: COCKTAIL AUDIO X30 Music Server/Streamer, DAC Amp: New-in-Box; 2 Yr. Warnty; 50% Off; Free Shipping

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Info: COCKTAIL AUDIO X30 Music Server/Streamer, DAC Amp: New-in-Box; 2 Yr. Warnty; 50% Off; Free Shipping

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CAD $949.95
Retail Price: CAD $1899.95
Payment method: Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Paypal, Money Order
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Date Posted: Dec 12, 17 10:59am (PST)
Edited: Feb 22, 18 11:56am
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COCKTAIL AUDIO X30 Music Server/Streamer, DAC & Amp: Brand New-in-Box; 2 Yr. Warranty; 50% Off

MSRP:        $1899.95 CAD 

pcX Price:  $949.95 CAD       50% Off Retail + Free Shipping

Available in:

  • Silver
  • Black

pcX is an authorized retailer of some of the best brands in hi-fi. This means that all Canadian sales are subject to appropriate taxes, specific to the province in which you reside. So yes, tax is extra. It's something we can't avoid charging.

As an authorized retailer, all our products come with a full manufacturer's warranty (unless otherwise specified). This is what sets us apart from your average private sale.

Why We're Your Most Trusted Source for Hi-Fi
By doing business with us, yes, you'll have to pay applicable taxes (like you do with anything you buy from a store). But we'll give you a full warranty in return. Private sales, in comparison, are always a buyer-beware scenario. With pcX you know you're protected from buying lemons or defective products, so you can shop with 100% confidence.


Cocktail Audio’s Hi-Fi Music Servers all feature DA conversion, high quality ripping, quiet cooling, and streaming playback control from mobile devices. They’re designed to give audiophiles the elusive and magical combo we all long for: ease of use with zero compromises in sound quality.

Whether you’re an old school LP lover or a new school internet radio addict, the X30 has you covered with native high-res 24bit playback and recording.

Optional WiFi Dongle (Brand New):


pcX Price: $29.95 CAD

Please contact us if you're interested.

X30 Product Features:

  • Equipped with a 700MHz MIPS host CPU (Processor).
  • Burr-Brown PCM1792a DAC(digital-to-analogue converter) chip.
  • Powerful TI stereo digital amplifier.
  • Isolated power source circuit design for digital parts and analogue parts.
  • High speed optical disk drive for quick ripping.
  • 5 inch full colour screen for intuitive graphical user interface.
  • FM radio tuner.
  • Internet Radio and online music service like Simfy (it depends on country).
  • Recording with max 192Khz sampling rate.
  • Max capacity storage installation for 3.5" & 2.5" SATA hard disk and SSD.
  • Versatile network solution for 24bit/192Khz hi-res streaming playback and file management.
  • Customized Web Interface and free UPnP apps for remote controlling.
  • Rugged chassis construction with 8mm thick aluminium front with a metal chassis.
  • Various software functionalities.




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