Heifetz

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  1. Hi Paulos, I'm probably not looking for something like that ... yet . Have a few other purchases at the moment. Just wanted to say that it looks nice. If I do need protective storage like your box then I'll definitely be in touch. Bob
  2. Item: BOSTON AUDIO graphite turntable mat 4mm Location: Burwood east Price: $225 Item Condition: has one small slight discolouration on reverse side and a few tiny marks on the other - see photos. Otherwise it is structurally 'as new' Reason for selling: No Longer Needed Payment Method: Paypal preferred -pick up or will mail Extra Info: This retails in Australia for Aus$385 and in the US for US$250 "Boston Audio has been known for their pure carbon graphite turntable mats and insulation accessories, many of them received rave reviews and awards worldwide. "The Mat"is the culmination of the experiences through developing Mat 1 & 2. By incorporating different carbon graphite material, we successfully achieved the identical performance of Mat 2 with less thickness (4 mm)." diameter 293mm; thickness 4mm ; weight 340grms Pictures:
  3. Looks very nice. Is there a lid? Can you show separate picture of it? Thx, Bob
  4. Sold to Mistertaz pending payment. Denimhunter is second in line. Bob
  5. Item: FS CineMag 3440 AH Blue MC Step UpTransformer Location: Burwood East, Victoria Price: $350 Item Condition: Excellent - as new Reason for selling: No Longer Needed Payment Method: Pickup or will mail- Cash or Paypal Extra Info: This retailed new at US $850 so I am letting it go for less than a third of its purchase price taking into account the US/Aus dollar. Ultra High quality laminations, and superior sound. This is basically the same as the 3440A (red label) transformers, except built with high quality laminations. These are very difficult transformers to construct and require a very precise manufacturing process that can only be accomplished by David Geren at CineMag. This Blue version is a step above the Red version in sound quality. Includes premium construction with C&K Brand Silver contact toggle switches, and Deluxe Gold Plated RCA jacks. These transformers are wired to connect a moving coil cartridge (on a turntable) to a phono preamplifier, phono input of a receiver, or your preamp's phono input. Switchable for 1:16 (24 dB gain) or 1:30 (30 dB gain). Into a standard 47k phono preamp, the effective input impedance of the low gain (1:16 ratio) is 184 ohms. At 1:30, the effective input impedance is 52 ohms. Pictures:
  6. Thank you for the info and advice, Bb
  7. So, are my subs ok to be plugged from the amp outputs? Is there any danger? Bob
  8. Well, the Power Amp is plugged into the wall. That seems to be a plus. However, the subs just sound more integrated and balanced tonally with the overall sound of the system when plugged into the conditioner. Overall they are sound clearer. After they are plugged into the wall I look forward to plugging them back into the conditioner and then smiling when I listen. The mid range seems to sing more and transparency is better. I listen to orchestral music a lot and hear an orchestra that is well synthesised in the sound at the sam time as being able to hear everything. I'm close to buying different power cables for the subs to. I use just stock cables at the moment. I listened to a PS Audio AC Power Regenerator a while back and whilst the difference was apparent, I actually did not enjoy the sound as it seemed brighter and more fatiguing. Anyhow, that was my perception at the time. the Magnet LC1 does not have that effect on me. Bob
  9. The Specs: LC-1 MKII Linear Line Conditioner LC-1 MKII Linear Line Conditioner is designed to make clean AC sources for improve the performance of every component in your audio or home theater system. It helps to reduce EMI/RFI that comes with the main AC line. LC-1 MkIIcomes with four individually EMI/RFI filtered circuits which can be controlled by four power switches on front panel. All together there are eight outlets for 3000W total capacity. There are separate circuits for power amplifiers, analog and digital component. Technical Specification Top Power output ANALOG : 3 A Time - lag DIGITAL : 3 A Time - lag AMP1 : 8 A Time - lag AMP2 : 8 A Time - lag Fuse size ANALOG : 700W(Max) DIGITAL : 700W(Max) AMP1 : 1800W(Max) AMP2 : 1800W(Max) Power Requirement (AC) 230-250 VAC 50/60Hz 3000 Watt
  10. I've just seen that the Amp output are 6 amps each and the digital/analogue are 3 amps each. So my subs are plugged into the 3 amp digital. Bob
  11. Hi, I have a Magnet L1 Conditioner that has: 2x amp outputs 2x digital outputs 3x analogue outputs I'm already using two of the analogue outputs for my preamp and phonostage. The power amp is plugged into the wall. I want to try my subwoofers through the conditioner but only have one analogue output left. What are the differences between the outputs or they just for 'separation'? Can I use the digital or amplifier outputs for the subwoofers? The subs are RELT7i's. Any help would be much appreciated, Bob
  12. Hi, I'm considering buying two of the R.K.CABLE Furutech (gold pins) shielded power cables for use on my two sub-basses. Has anyone used these and might have an opinion. I wondering what kind of character they exhibit. They are about $300 each. Is there any point in spending more for a cable that only needs information for the low frequencies? Thx, Bob
  13. Hi mr Thorens, may I ask where you were able to purchase the Studio Connections Reference power cable with AU plugs? Thx so much, Bob
  14. I'll be 2nd on the list for the two 1m cables. EDIT I'll pass on these as I'm not sure if they are DIY and compliancy. Bob