After_hrs, yes they did make a dac. I had one, but it was not in the league of the K-12. I don't think many were made, perhaps as few as four.
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I've also recently added an H-Cat P-12B line stage to my system. I have to admit that this brand was unknown to me. It came highly recommended from an audiophile friend, whom I trust explicitly.
Unfortunately, many of my emails, and phone calls went unanswered when I tried to contact the company. I'd like to find out more about the WTC control.
Sorry about the trouble. That's interesting that Roger has not responded. I can tell you that he's still in circulation, as based on a bunch of back and forth here in another thread about his creating the best amplifier made, I paid him a visit this past November to assess his claim.
Aside from that, I'm guessing the DAC employed a universal remote. You should be able to pick up a replacement at a big box store or online, and with some (or a lot) trial and error, find the correct codes for the DAC. Poor consolation I admit, but you should find success in getting the car back on the road