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  1. Further information: My mate's AKAI receiver amplifier in an exceptional condition with hardly a mark on it. Works perfectly, and completely original untouched from the 70s. Sounds excellent, and comes with original user manual and even the original FM dangling antennae. A pretty heavy quality vintage amp. All controls serviced/lubricated recently. Specifications: Tuning range: FM, MW Power output: 40 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.15% Input sensitivity: 3mV (MM), 150mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 80dB (MM), 90dB (line) Channel separation: 60dB (MM) Dimensions: 480 x 155 x 390mm Weight: 12.8kg Accessories: FM di-pole antenna Photos:
  2. Further information: These speakers were made by a veteran speaker hobbyist with all the calculations done to perfection. They look very retro, and boxy, but the workmanship and sound is excellent for a pair of hand made speakers. Enclosures are light weight pine with good absorbtion material inside. Very simple crossover design with just a cap on the tweeter Run Vifa P21WO-20-08 woofers full range, and bringing in Vifa TC26TG05-06 at top end with tweeter volume control on rear. I have to say I am blown away by the way these sound especially on 300mm high stands. Very impressive from a simple 2 way. Very deep bass, great mids, and top end, with very airy presentation. Sizes: 660H x 480W x 400D. PICKUP ONLY FROM KEYSBOROUGH. Photos:
  3. Yep, it is an incurable addiction.
  4. Sent message with intention to buy.
  5. Further information: Bought the speakers, with brand new Dynaudio Accent 3 drivers from Tom at Speakerbits a while back. The active amps were faulty, so new custom bases were designed for these speakers with bass reflex ports. Tom had the correct crossover circuits for these, and I did the custom build. Amazing sounding speakers with massive fast bass for bass reflex design. Midrange is superb. Imaging with huge sound stage. Cannot fault these, but really too big for my 3m x 4m mancave. They need more room to breathe. Thus the sale. Some ageing on the cabinets, and minor marks, but very presentable. Weigh in at about 35 Kgs each. Crossovers are built into separate base cavities of the speakers, and are accessed by removing base plinths. They have high quality components. Jantzen coils and caps with Obbligato caps on tweeter/mid section. Sizes: 280W x 350D x 1170H. Plinths are larger. These are, as originally no grilles design PICKUP ONLY FROM KEYSBOROUGH VIC 3173. Photos:
  6. I cannot believe they are still here. All excellent SEAS of Norway drivers in a well executed design. No brainer. If this was local to Melb VIC, I would be already playing them in my mancave. A giveaway at this price.
  7. Further information: One owner from new Luxman PD-375 turntable. Works perfectly including the vacuum system (very rare these days...) Comes with two rubber mats, one for vacuum, and one if you don't want to use the vacuum side. Original user manual and record flattening disc for vacuum use. 220V table. Cartridge is nothing special Goldring ES-70SH with reasonable condition Sonic Star S10-C stylus. Very lightly used TT in excellent cosmetic condition (probably minty condition for age). Some light scuffs on cover top. PICKUP ONLY FROM KEYSBOROUGH. Photos:
  8. Further information: One owner from new 240V Australian delivered Sansui goodness. This is one beautiful stack, and sound superb. Tuner not shown in photos, but perfect like the rest. If you are a Sansui diehard these are for you. You probably will not get another oportunity to own these especially in original 240V. Just beutiful to look at, and ofcourse work perfectly with little use. Controls were serviced about a year ago. Cosmetically some minor marks on top from being stacked. At this stage EOI to gauge interest, and can be photographed further if the ad is turned into a sales ad. He is not interested in any tradeins. PREFER COMMUNICATION VIA PM ONLY. Photos:
  9. Further information: Here I have a pair of vintage Scanspeak branded largeish bookshelf speakers locally produced here in Melbourne I think. They are all original 2 way, and have all Vifa drivers. 6.5 inch woofer, and 3/4 inch tweeter per enclosure. You can see a pic of the drivers. Crossovers are of good quality with large air core inductors. Overall decent sounding speakers with good imaging, and solid enclosures. Rear banana plug connections only with retro fully sock grilles. Sound good on lower stands about 450-500 high, as they beam up nicely. No model number indicated. Sizes: 500H x 270W x 200D. Photos:
  10. Further information: Luxman D-321 CD player in excellent working condition with original remote. Everything works as it should. DOES NOT PLAY COPIED CDs. ONLY ORIGINAL ONES. Photos:
  11. Further information: Great sounding iconic amp in excellent untouched condition. Works perfectly as it should. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  12. Height is as as per the ad above 1170 including plinths, but spikes would be extra. These were never a grilled design. Best to have them at least 500mm off the back wall. Just Google for Dynaudio Accent 3, and the Dynaudio site comes up...
  13. Further information: Bought the enclosures, with brand new Dynaudio Accent 3 drivers from Tom at Speakerbits a while back. The active amps were faulty, so new custom bases were designed for these speakers with bass reflex ports. Tom had the correct crossover circuits for these, and I did the custom build. Amaaaazing sounding speakers with massive fast bass for bass reflex design. Midrange is superb. Imaging with huge sound stage. Cannot fault these, but really too big for my 3m x 4m mancave. They need more room to breathe. Thus the sale. Some ageing on the cabinets, and minor marks, but very presentable. Weigh in at about 35 Kgs each. Crossovers are built into separate base cavities of the speakers, and are accessed by removing base plinths. They have high quality components. Jantzen coils and caps with Obbligato caps on tweeter/mid section. Sizes: 280W x 350D x 1170H. Plinths are larger. These are, as originally no grilles design. Photos:
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