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  1. Goldnote Valore Plus Turntable Location: Lower North Shore, Sydney Price: $1,100 (RRP: $2395) Condition: Excellent (9 months old) Description: For sale goldnote turntable in excellent condition as new only 9 months old. Cartridge not including. Have the original box to ensure safe shipping and also manual. Any questions drop me a line. Payment: PayPal (add 3%) bank deposit, cash on pickup Postage: Approx $30, pm me for exact figure.
  2. +1 good work 125dBmonster love the compact layout very clean
  3. Cheers bud appreciated happy with the result as much work as it was glad I stuck with it My OCD did hamper the progress [emoji23]
  4. Thanks shaky appreciated mate. Yeh it's wood veneer, macassar ebony on ply in gloss. Phono is lined with 0.8mm copper sheeting same as PSU.
  5. Nice love the design looks very clean! Thumbs up
  6. Just finished phono amplifier with regulated power supply. From design of PCB's, faceplates and enclosure till now it's been around 6 month journey. Dual liner PSU running 25/12v 100VA, giving the phono abit more juice as its passive EQ. EQ is duelund, Jensen and Jupiter caps, output is audyn tuned for 25k input, 23 loading and 24 gain settings via rotary.. If i never have to solder a rotary again I won't lose any sleep [emoji4] I say never again, but well I know that will last all of 24hrs!
  7. Sold pending payment Sent from my 486 IBM WIN 3.1x Desktop...
  8. Yes mate passive, got a crown amp 4 sale also that would suit them well Cheers
  9. Haha, that's why I had a few months away, too much temptation Prefer not too, but if no bites in next week I'll probably just sell drivers, dam great woofers but got too many projects piled up at the moment to keep them for rainy day
  10. 450w Pure class A [emoji50][emoji50][emoji50] Well on the bright side you won't need a heater this winter!
  11. Good point db, eluded to similar above, if you can get hold of some info and see what rails / bias is at. I highly doubt it's anything to do with mains and decent tranny made for 230/240 amp is going to handle mains power of 247 to 250, unless it's a cheap grey market 220v box. Which in this case it's not.
  12. Hi mate, yup, enclosures were cut n routed for me though, which then assembled finished , braced, wired and moved mounted drivers. Finish is good and most importantly they are sealed well with good rigidity and pack and dam good punch for their size.
  13. Hi calax Haha understand there is a lot of options so don't blame you I'll drop you a
  14. With the quality of tranny in kw they should easierly handle 247 that isn't causing your issue and would make zero difference to the temp overall. As others point out your running class A and even 20w amps can warm a room Yes you could get hold of service manual try and work out if there is a bias point and run rail voltage slightly less on secondaries but really I don't think it's worth the effort or risk, unless you know what your doing and doubt it would make significant difference! It's class A mate, all you can do is keep it well ventilated Sent from my 486 IBM WIN 3.1x Desktop...