My new (used) CD source, a Denon DVD-2930ci!
I was looking for a good used CD player for my stereo set up, something with a good DAC but that wouldn't break the bank. I ended up scoring this used 8 year old Denon DVD player for $60. It was $849 new! It has the Burr Brown DAC chipset I was after, and so far I'm loving the sound. My only immediate complaint is that the power cable sits very loose in the back. It is a 2 prong power cable input, but came with a normal 3 prong cable. So maybe I need to replace that. But so far this seems like a screaming deal for a nice sounding player. Of course it does a lot of video stuff I don't need, and a dedicated audio only player would be better, but I don't think I'd easily be able to beat the price. It is in great condition and so far I'm stoked. Oh, and that receiver is my new Outlaw Audio RR2150, which I love. It is running out to a 20 year old pair of (great condition and incredibly lovely sounding) Boston Acoustics Lynnfield 400Ls, which I picked up for $500 of Craigslist from a former Boston rep. He threw in the Monster cables for free. I got this stereo rack for free from my local buy nothing group, and got the Technics 1200 (almost new) turntable for free from a radio station that was shutting down. So far, I think I'm killing it in the budget audiophile realm. But most importantly, I LOVE the sound of this system.