It just so happens that I own two of these, and I'm selling my oldest one. It's in very good condition, works perfectly. The DAC (and ADC, for recording) supports 24 bit audio and the following sampling rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz (Windows, OS X and Linux) and 176.4/192 kHz (Windows and Linux only). Its performance is stellar, as shown in my RMAA measurements
. It's a true asynchronous USB 2.0 Hi-Speed device (480 Mbps). The USB cable has a ferrite bead
for suppressing noise / interference. My experience with the EMU has always been rock solid.
The EMU 0204 USB has one line-in (two 1/4" jacks, left and right) with individual gain knobs for each channel, a stereo line-out (1/8" stereo jack, 2V output), a second line-out (two 1/4" jacks, left and right, balanced
), and a headphone out (1/4" stereo jack) that's connected to a Class-A amplifier with an output impedance of 22Ω, and its own volume knob (which also acts as a on/off switch). The EMU is fully powered via the USB cable, there is no AC adapter.
I'll ship to anywhere, in its original box, with the original USB cable and driver CDs. I'm asking €69 for it, via PayPal or wire transfer. I'll cover shipping costs up to €10. I can link to my eBay profile on request (100% positive feedback).