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  1. This diagram may help you. It is a very clever design. The tweeter is a compression driver mounted deep inside, the bass cone serves as radiator, connected by a cone as a semi horn structure. http://hilberink.nl/tannoy/front/tannoy3folder.jpg
  2. You guys have a really sharp eye to detect the model from this extremely shaky picture! I spent all 2 minutes to find out this "315A". OP really needs to improve photo skills.
  3. Any idea of estimated upgrade cost? Also, this unit is AC powered. There's no external power supply.
  4. Item: Moon Audio Blue Dragon USB Cable - 1m Location: Melbourne Price: 60 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Very good and cheap USB cable from Moon Audio. The sonic character is on the "bassy" side, more body and more solid, slightly less sparkling compared to AQ diamond. Pictures:
  5. Item: LAT IC-300 Signature RCA Cable - 0.75m Location: Melbourne Price: 200 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: Gone to XLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: LAT IC-300 Signature RCA Cable - 0.75m for sale. Very good condition and has been lightly used and in storage after upgrading. http://www.audioreview.com/product/cables/interconnect-cables/lat-international/ic-300-signature.html Pictures:
  6. I received several offers pending pickup. But Hazzzy I haven't received any pm from you.
  7. Item: Audiolab M-Dac Location: Melbourne Price: $520 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Audiolab M-Dac, very good condition, has been my main Dac because there're very few good dacs at this price range that has XLR output. I have the original box so shipping is not a problem Pictures:
  8. Interesting, are there different models of the HPD385? Mine has 8 screw holes but yours only 4!
  9. The Dac is in my hands now. A quick 5 min indicated strings are more life like than my audiolab dac, voices are also more dynamic. One minor issue is the volumn setting is not loud enough. Feed into power amp, I need regularly set at 70-75. DSDs volumes are much lower, so it may have a chance to hit the 100 ceiling. Which lead to my second issue, I can't make it work on DSD from suqeezebox through spdif. It just produce cracking noise. These are DSD64 dsf files, they worked well in the audiolab spdif. So I think this is something Clay need to look into the production version.
  10. Thanks. I know that's difficult to answer. Put it this way, did you use a separate dac and preamp in your system?
  11. So does it also replace a dac and preamp? How's performance in these 2 areas compared to standalone unit?
  12. This should be post of the year. Minimalist, meet minimum listing criteria, yet not bother to add a single drop of details any more. It sounds like you're selling a famous limited edition of 911. It needs no further introduction, because people want it will knows it and will humbly google it. Good luck with an AudioEngine in the audiophile land.
  13. Disk players are a dying breed. It is being replaced by digital file storage devices. And yet it is also not old enough to rise from the ashes like the vinyl. Give it 30 more years there might be more interest!
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