Sometimes it's painful to let things go - and this is one of these cases. Bought originally the pair to drive a pair of HifiMan headphones, but ended up going down a different path. I'm the second owner of both units, which are in mint condition and come with all original boxes, remote, manuals and power cables. They have received glowing reviews from the press - see http://www.whathifi.com/naim/dac-v1/review.
I'm happy to split them - $999 for the NAP 100, $1,500 for the V1 DAC
The units sound magnificent and take half the space of anything else I've seen out there. Buyer will pay for shipping (double boxed, fully insured) via UPS ground plus Paypal fees. Shipping only to confirmed addresses
And now the fine print:
The Gabriel DeLeon rule: if the unit arrives and is not performing as described, you get to send the unit back for a full refund as long as you notify me via Audiogon within 48 hours from the delivery of the unit. After that, you are the proud owner of this unit, as it comes with no express or implied warranty of any kind.
The Franz rule: By buying this unit you acknowledge that you hereby waive any protection plan that is offered by your payment service that exceeds the 48 hours you have to report any issues with the unit. So if for example you choose to pay by Paypal and the unit fails 40 days after you bought it, you hereby agree that you will not use Paypal Protection to get a refund from me.
Have been on Audiogon for a while, but Gabriel and Franz forced me to add some fine print.