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  1. Nitrogen hardened titanium tubing - nice...
  2. I have these, they’re great. Also come in handy to teleconference on an iMac...
  3. I have one of these - sounds very good, especially through the balanced outputs... GLWTS
  4. The craftsmanship of the three pieces you've posted is fantastic - one would be hard pressed to find even modern designer pieces that match this quality.
  5. Item: Topfield TF5000PVRt Masterpiece SD Video recorder Location: Sydney - Lower North Shore Price: Free (pick up only) Item Condition: Working Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This was $1200 originally. Doesn't have HD tuner. Plugged it out of long term storage and plugged it in to a new Sony TV and it appears to be working fine for MPEG2 , SD channels. Great picture on what it does receive. Links below: https://www.goodgearguide.com.au/review/topfield/tf5000pvrt_masterpiece/218590/ https://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/140811/topfield_tf5000pvrt_masterpiece/ http://oztoppy.wikidot.com/ Pictures:
  6. Same... still have reels of recordings taped on a Nagra.
  7. Actually saw these selling for $275,000.00 new just now. Wish I had a spare $125K. And a more understanding spouse.... When they talk about hearing what they heard in the studio, this is it.
  8. [ATTACH=CONFIG]38505[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]38506[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]38507[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]38508[/ATTACH] Hi Pics posted. I'm not sure my soldering skills are up to such fine gauge wire. I was using a silver coated copper as a phono cable to the amp so I'd be happy to consider silver for the tone arm wire. Cheers John V
  9. Thanks I had seen that thread before I bought the arm. Those guys missed their calling as jewellers. It's a bit of a cliche but the Epa100 does have all the hallmarks of a Swiss watch in terms of fit, finish, and quality of design. John V
  10. Hi all After a long day setting up my mint SP10 and EPA100 tonearm while unpacking at our new house I managed to snap off all four wires leading into the base of the tonearm. So I'm looking at a rewire or there may be some possibility of re-soldering (the wires broke off near the end). I'm reluctant to commit the tonearm to the mail as I don't have original packaging. Any recommendations for someone who can service it in Sydney, preferably on site in Hunters Hill. Cheers John V
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