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  1. Still available for now...
  2. Item: WESTONE W40 Location: MELB Price: 350 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures: Included I've hardly used these as I prefer over ears. Includes spare cable without mic/ only 1 ear bud used and cleaned. Rest unused. Grab a bargain for these excellent earphones - RRP$650
  4. Item: Anthem MRX 520 AVR Receiver Location: MELB Price: 1,200 (RRP over 2K) Item Condition: Lightly Used Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures:Included The latest model Anthem MRX 520 hardly used and in mint as new condition. Includes latest ARC kit and accessories. Details and specs here: Any question please let me now, pick up from St Kilda Road, Melb.
  5. Item: Bowers Wilkins 603 S3 Location: Melbourne Price: 700 Item Condition: USED Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures: Included Much loved B&W 603 the S3 version which IMO was the best sounding of the lot - I think the last of the models made in England. These have served me well over the years - the drivers are in perfect condition without any damage. Minor chip mark on the wood but unnoticeable unless looking for it. Any questions please ask - pick up St Kilda Road
  6. I've currently got both the CXN and M51 and have paired them with various amps with good and better outcomes. The CXN is a little bass heavy compared to the M51. But the Nad has more detail and a bit on the warmer side. The CXN probably offers more bang for buck especially if using Spotify. The M51 does heaps better with good source material and can be revealing. Also comes down with the amp you plan to use. I found the CXN pairs excellent with Primare while the M51 did better with Arcam. Just some thoughts, hope it helps
  7. tem: Arcam irDACLocation: MelbournePrice: 380 + postage or local pickupItem Condition: UsedReason for selling: UpgradePayment Method: Cash, Paypal, DDExtra Info: No remote Pictures: No need for introduction my first quality DAC and has served me well but time to move on This will be hard to beat in the price range. Note: No remote included and dust flaps on optical seem to have gone missing otherwise faultless.
  8. Item: Thor PS10 Powerstation Location: St Kilda Price: $650 Item Condition:perfect Reason for selling:not required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Includes power board. Pictures: Included Pickup only at this stage as it is quite heavy and i don't have packing material nor the time during weekdays. Info from Thor: On top of the pristine power produced by the Smart Station we have included our State of the Art, 8 outlet, Smart Board (pat pending). When attached to the Smart Power Station it delivers DOUBLE the protection and DOUBLE the filtration, incorporating our Dynamic Active Tracking Technology. In addition to this there are 3 isolated banks on the Smart Board ensuring there is no “cross talk” or interference between components connected after the Smart Station. Add the 5 separate earth lines which is a hum/loop reducing feature and performance enhancement is almost a given. This configuration can be argued as being the best combination available for providing pure and precise 240 (or 220) volts to your valuable electrical equipment. Equipment that was designed to run on 240 (or 220) volt power ensuring you get maximum performance and enjoyment for many years. When it comes to minimising risk, we make no wild or glossy promises. Our products do what they say they do - it is that simple!
  9. Yup it a great all rounder a bit overkill for my old b&w but you are welcome to come have a listen anytime
  10. They have their own classification of sorts, this is from them: "The eVo2i II is said to deliver 120Wpc into 8 ohms and 200Wpc into 4 ohms. The eVo, or "eVolutionary" design as Bel Canto puts it, is based around the Tripath class-T digital-amplification module. This relies on two N-channel MOSFET switches between power-supply rails, which is what gives digital amplifiers their commonly known tag: switching amplifiers. Unlike traditional switching amplifiers, however, the Tripath module is said to avoid typical drawbacks of class-D designs such as high switching noise and frequency-response changes across loads. The module's noise-shaping algorithms are said to eliminate these compromises. With greater than 90% operating efficiency, Bel Canto's eVo design generates very little of the excess heat one expects from a high-powered amplifier" Class T ?