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  1. Redgum are usually pretty good with customer service, let's see if we can get them involved shall we. @Lindy-at-REDGUM
  2. My mistake, I mis-remembered that the rounded shape version was the 4 but it's actually the 3.5. So I had Wizard version 3's and the Merlin 3.5.
  3. Can't say I've heard the Wizard 4's but I had a pair of 3.5's for about 2 years back in 2007/2008 and a pair of Merlin version 4's for a year or so a bit later. Rather nice speakers to listen to with a mid range that was easy on the ears. They worked well with a wide variety of amps of different power levels too so amp matching was very easy. If you're interested in using them for home theater then you will want a sub. Haven't heard any Warfedales for many years.
  4. I don't suppose you recall if they were 240V or 100V?
  5. Now I'm not much of a dancer, but I just love this.
  6. I didn't get much of a chance to do anything audio related this weekend just gone, for various reasons, so I've only had a few hours to get to know the Classe on the ML2 Limiteds. But I like, I like very much. Maybe next weekend I'll be able to work out just how much.
  7. Yes, in my completely unbiased opinion you are correct on both counts.
  8. I recall Greg Osborn removing a couple of smaller speakers from his line up back around 2011 or 2012 (his mini-tower for one). His reasoning was that they just weren't selling as there was no call for smaller speakers for anything other than surrounds. Then several years later he brought out the Eos and they seem to be selling very well, so there is definitely some sort of trend happening here. I'm not sure if it has much to do with us audiophiles though, I suspect it has more to do with the hipster movement and the continuing resurgence of vinyl and craft beers.
  9. Yep, that's one fine looking 80's Sansui statement up for sale here.
  10. Go to the classifieds section and click on the red banner. That's where you'll find the rules regarding the use of the classifieds section.
  11. I've got two of the 8Zed step downs, one 1Kva and one 2Kva, and I sometimes hear a hum. It isn't constant, seems dependent on time of day.
  12. I'm sure there's a thread about these transistors over on Audiokarma somewhere. Possibly this one. https://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/sansui-nm-lapt-transistors.675450/#post-9014763
  13. No, I had a "Sansui Forever" polo shirt printed. The tattoo idea is a new one.
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