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  1. Further information: Original purchaser of these great electrostatics. Original transport cartons and all internal packaging is available along with manuals. Only switched on occasionally for a short listen and to charge their panels otherwise they stand in my listening room, covered in their ML transport covers. Their panels are also vacuumed regularly. Only 190 to 200 hours on them at the most - they are essentially in new condition. RRP at time of purchase was $22,500. Photos:
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    Dynavector P75 mk4 is available new around about $1,250.
  3. Agree with xlr8or...............owned one of these for a number of years - a great hybrid integrated amp and massively underrated. The two valves in the pre-amp section you are referring to should give you a good 10,000 hours and probably up to 15,0000 hours, and they are cheap at about $120 for a matched pair. However, I would turn the amp off after use and maybe turn it on an hour to an hour and a half or so prior to listening to music. My unit came with Phillips valves and I changed them for a pair of Gold Lions. Didn’t keep track of hours on the original valves, but it wouldn’t have been
  4. Further information: Original purchaser of this great , all valve linestage - current set of valves have not seen too much use as the unit has been rotated with other pre-amplifiers. Operationally dead quiet. Comes in it's factory wooden crate with manual. Lamm doesn't do remote controls. Photos:
  5. Further information: Original purchaser of this two box, reference class hybrid linestage - current valves in PSU are essentially new from Lamm (cost A$1,192.35) . Also included is the full set of original valves which still have many hundreds of hours of life left in them. The unit has been rotated with various other pre-amplifiers, but has quite easily remained the finest sounding pre-amplifier in my system until the release of the Lamm LL1.1 Signature. Operationally dead quiet. Comes in their factory wooden crates with manual. Lamm doesn't do remote controls. Purchase cost was A$24,500
  6. Further information: Purchased these from the Australian Distributor - 220/240 volts, Fifteen (15) W 300B single ended triode purity. Have the original boxes, packaging and manual. Replaced the the two pairs of stock 6SL7 valves with a matched pairs of NOS JAN RCA VT229 valves from Brent Jessee Recording and Supply ($375). Also will supply a new matched pair of unused EAT 300B valves (pictured in amps) which I had as spares - these are new valves which now have a RRP of in excess of $2,500. These are the last version of these amplifiers (series 3) designed by Dennis Had. The speaker terminals
  7. Further information: Mobile Fidelity # MFSL 1 - 031. long since out of print. Recorded 1972 and pressed in 1981 in Japan, with gatefold cover, Vinyl is pretty well mint condition, but as it is not sealed it must be rated Mint -. New plastic outer sleeve and cleaned in KLA Audio Ultrasonic RCM KL200. Photos:
  8. Further information: Mobile Fidelity #MFSL 2 - 013. Long since out of print. Recorded in 1978 and pressed in Japan on JVC Super Vinyl. Double live album with gatefold cover. Outer sleeve is showing a little wear which can be seen in the photos. Vinyl is in pretty well mint condition, but rated as mint minus as it is not a sealed copy. New plastic outer sleeve and cleaned in a KLA Audio Ultrasonic RCM KL200. Photos:
  9. From the binding posts this appears to be a MK IV - Gordon Gow Commemorative Edition.
  10. Chris see my post - as insurer should recover against installer what they paid to the OP in settlement of his claim - this should show as a recovery against his claim and insurer should not penalise him with an increased premium as they have their money back. See my earlier post.😀
  11. Cafe Latte - of course he can - not disagreeing with you, but OP’s insurer did pay his claim - see his post of March 17, it appears you missed it. 👍
  12. OP is precluded from taking legal action against installer - he cannot be indemnified twice (make a profit). The Underwriter who paid his claim picks up his subrogation rights to recover against the installer. The Underwriter may or may not wish to proceed depending on what they feel their chances are. When they recover against the installer they should not consider a premium increase as there has effectively been no claim. OP is entitled to recover his excess from the installer ...............
  13. Shopping, shopping, shopping.............................
  14. Further information: Original purchaser of these great electrostatics. Original transport cartons and all internal packaging is available along with manuals. Only switched on occasionally for a short listen and to charge their panels otherwise they stand in my listening room, covered in their ML transport covers. Their panels are also vacuumed regularly. Only 190 to 200 hours on them at the most - they are essentially in new condition. RRP at time of purchase was $22,500. Photos:
  15. Further information: Original purchaser of this two box, reference class hybrid linestage - current valves in PSU are essentially new from Lamm (cost A$1,192.35) . Also included is the original full set of original valves which still have many hundreds of hours of life left in them. The unit has been rotated with various other pre-amplifiers, but has quite easily remained the finest sounding pre-amplifier in my system until the release of the Lamm LL1.1 Signature. Operationally dead quiet. Comes in their factory wooden crates with manual. Lamm doesn't do remote controls. Purchase cost was A$24
  16. Further information: Original purchaser of this terrific 22 wpc SET (845 valve) integrated amplifier from the Australian distributor - 240 volt unit. Bias adjustment for 845 valves and hum balancers for each channel - never been used as it is totally silent in operation. Comes in original factory packaging, manual, remote control and valve cage (never used). Unit was used in both integrated form and as a stand alone stereo power amplifier with a separate pre-amplifier which is a significant bonus, should you have a really high quality pre-amp the overall performance can be lifted even further.
  17. Further information: Mobile Fidelity # MFSL 1 - 031. long since out of print. Recorded 1972 and pressed in 1981 in Japan, with gatefold cover, Vinyl is pretty well mint condition, but as it is not sealed it must be rated Mint -. New plastic outer sleeve and cleaned in KLA Audio Ultrasonic RCM KL200. Photos:
  18. Further information: Mobile Fidelity #MFSL 2 - 013. Long since out of print. Recorded in 1978 and pressed in Japan on JVC Super Vinyl. Double live album with gatefold cover. Outer sleeve is showing a little wear which can be seen in the photos. Vinyl is in pretty well mint condition, but rated as mint minus as it is not a sealed copy. New plastic outer sleeve and cleaned in a KLA Audio Ultrasonic RCM KL200. Photos:
  19. Rori, Sorry I don't and it's not specifically detailed in the manual either. It can be calculated, but the specification figures required for the calculation are not mentioned in the manual..................I am not sure that I would be competent to do the calculation anyway !! Cheers, Richard.
  20. Further information: Original purchaser of this two box, reference class hybrid linestage - current valves in PSU are essentially new from Lamm (cost A$1,192.35) . Also included is the original full set of original valves which still have many hundreds of hours of life left in them. The unit has been rotated with various other pre-amplifiers, but has quite easily remained the finest sounding pre-amplifier in my system until the release of the Lamm LL1.1 Signature. Operationally dead quiet. Comes in their factory wooden crates with manual. Lamm doesn't do remote controls. Purchase cost was A$24
  21. Further information: Original purchaser of this great , all valve linestage - current set of valves have not seen too much use as the unit has been rotated with other pre-amplifiers. Operationally dead quiet. Comes in it's factory wooden crate with manual. Lamm doesn't do remote controls. Photos:
  22. Further information: Original purchaser of these great electrostatics. Original transport cartons and all internal packaging is available along with manuals. Only switched on occasionally for a short listen and to charge their panels otherwise they stand in my listening room, covered in their ML transport covers. Their panels are also vacuumed regularly. Only 190 to 200 hours on them at the most - they are essentially in new condition. RRP at time of purchase was $22,500. Photos:
  23. Further information: Purchased these from the Australian Distributor - 220/240 volts, Fifteen (15) W 300B single ended triode purity. Have the original boxes, packaging and manual. Replaced the the two pairs of stock 6SL7 valves with a matched pairs of NOS JAN RCA VT229 valves from Brent Jessee Recording and Supply ($375). Also will supply a new matched pair of unused EAT 300B valves (pictured in amps) which I had as spares - these are new valves which now have a RRP of in excess of $2,500. These are the last version of these amplifiers (series 3) designed by Dennis Had. The speaker terminals
  24. Further information: Mobile Fidelity #MFSL 2 - 013. Long since out of print. Recorded in 1978 and pressed in Japan on JVC Super Vinyl. Double live album with gatefold cover. Outer sleeve is showing a little wear which can be seen in the photos. Vinyl is in pretty well mint condition, but rated as mint minus as it is not a sealed copy. New plastic outer sleeve and cleaned in a KLA Audio Ultrasonic RCM KL200. Photos:
  25. Further information: Mobile Fidelity # MFSL 1 - 031. long since out of print. Recorded 1972 and pressed in 1981 in Japan, with gatefold cover, Vinyl is pretty well mint condition, but as it is not sealed it must be rated Mint -. New plastic outer sleeve and cleaned in KLA Audio Ultrasonic RCM KL200. Photos:
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