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  1. me too. Many years of searching and a bit of luck along the way to put that all together.
  2. these are one of the nicest sounding Sansui Amps from the 70’s, and plenty of effortless power. I have one amongst a few other classic Sansui Amps and it won’t be going anywhere.
  3. Further information: Subsonic XS1 Mk2 Subwoofer in great condition, looks and performs as new. Highly regarded Australian made Subwoofer suitable for medium to large room. Have enjoyed this Subwoofer sparingly, however need something smaller to suit the room. Excellent performance and bang for buck. Specs - 300mm Active Bass Reflex Subwoofer Frequency Response - 22Hz - 150Hz +-3dB Amplifier Power - 250 watts Drive Unit Details - 300mm dual Magnet Woofer, with long throw surround and 50mm Voice Coil Cabinet - Vented Enclosure, 25mm MDF (Sides), 32mm MDF Front Baffle, Front Ported Dimensions - 515mm High x 430mm Wide x 455mm Deep Weight - 34 Kg
  4. thanks Pete however think I need to stick with black. Great price though and I’m sure it won’t last long.
  5. thanks, I’ll take a look 👍🏻
  6. you should be able to find one on US EBay as they come up frequently, just make sure it’s a multi-voltage unit as not all were. You will love the Sansui TU-717 Super Tuner, they are certainly a high end Tuner with great sound.
  7. Item: SVS SB-1000 Price Range: up to $700 depending on age/condition Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: local pick up only (VIC METRO and Regional) Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  8. Further information: Highly regarded NOS DAC using the Phillips TDA1543 DAC chip. Clean, stable voltage via internal Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries. These DAC’s have a bit of a cult following and for good reason, with an incredible musical and natural tone to instruments and vocals. I purchased this new from the designer Christophe as a direct import from France in 2015. This is the latest version DAC3 with both USB and digital COAX input, and ‘always active jitter-killing reclocker’ Lots of reviews and opinions online and available new on eBay. Local pick up is preferred however happy to post at buyers cost.
  9. The Esoteric P500 sounds like a good option and thanks for pointing out the MF on eBay, looks interesting.
  10. thanks Roman. You have some interesting CDP/ Transport that I will do some research on. I’ll be in touch if there is anything of interest and thanks for info on NAD.
  11. Hahaha... the rack of Sansui is way too much fun. It does get regular use and occasionally wind up the 717 when it’s time to rock 🤘🏻 Wife, I think secretly likes the 70’s hi-fi although she would never let on. Keeps nagging about changing the psychedelic blue and purple carpet but I think it really ties the room together.
  12. Luc, I have thought about getting a Sansui CDP however a bit hesitant due to their age, particularly the higher end models. Parts availability and potential for repair. So I’m thinking something mid-fi and Japanese and less than 20 years old. Don’t want to spend too much as I’m mainly streaming these days, with a bit of vinyl and FM in the mix. I want digital Coax as I will likely buy a Geisler DAC later this year. I still have the Starting Point Battery DAC which is a great little budget DAC that absolutely nails musical tone, just looking for a bit more resolution and detail. The Sansui family certainly hasn’t gotten any smaller and I often think I should probably sell a few Amps etc and let someone else enjoy. As much as I love listening to them, I love the look of them. You know what I mean 😀
  13. Item: CD Player Price Range: up to $500 Item Condition: New or Used, in excellent condition Extra Info: Prefer local seller in Melbourne suburbs. Must have digital coax. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  14. thanks for posting this @wolster. I’m a regular RP listener and toggle between the various genres, always finding the playlists interesting and have discovered plenty of new and old music. Have often thought about donating but never get around to it so your post has now prompted me to do this tonight. On a side note, I think the sound quality of Radio Paradise is better than Tidal. EDIT - have donated now
  15. my first introduction to how good FM can sound. As @djb says, add a high quality source for not a lot of money.
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