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    Paul

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  1. Having recently incorporated the 2021 S+C version (from Chris) into my system - with x3 input and x1 output - I can fully attest to the incredible transparency and coherence of the Stereo Coffee passive pre. It retrieves superb detail, but not in a purely analytical way - at least, not in my experience. The layering of sound, the spatial coherence between instruments...and silence betwixt, the expression of room/studio ambiance, all provide a "next level" of insight into, and enjoyment of, the music. It punches WAY above it's price point. Mine's a keeper. For price, jump on it, you will be sur
  2. Hi all I wonder if someone may have some advice to share on an issue with a CDP using a KSS 151A mechanism. The background is, I've been keen to find an older machine with a 151A or 190A mechanism to use as a transport - naturally, this comes with inherent risks due to the age of these machines. But, it's a crazy hobby, so.... Having found myself a Denon DCD-1520 in what seems to be decent nick, away I go. Or do I? The laser reads well, quickly and accurately. And there is fine SQ from the analogue outs and coax digital out. But, there is (what s
  3. Further information: For sale is a pair of Hulgich Audio FTM (Feel The Music) speaker cables in a 2.5M length. See: http://www.hulgichaudio.com.au/ftm-cable.html RRP: $1000+ The cables are in great condition and are fitted with spades at both ends (easily transferable to other plugs, as needed). They are made with 12AWG silver-plated copper for a terrific balance of detail and richness. I have enjoyed the cables a great deal . Hulgich Audio cables are made in South Australia. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing w
  4. Terrific machine! Just checking - being a CDM-0 transport mechanism, it doesn't have a coax/optical out does it? I don't think it does, but wanted to be doubly sure. GLWTS!
  5. A lovely player. I run an A5 currently - and they are a terrific family of MF CDPs. GLWTS!
  6. Hear! Hear! I bought one over a year ago - does the job very, very nicely indeed.
  7. Hear! Hear! I have the same set-up, with the Gieseler PSU. Very flexible loading options. Excellent SQ at this price point. GLTWS.
  8. Yes, they are visible to me on Firefox/Windows (PC). And very nice images they are too. To the OP, GLWTS. Nice piece of kit.
  9. Further information: For sale is a pair of Hulgich Audio FTM (Feel The Music) speaker cables in a 2.5M length. See: http://www.hulgichaudio.com.au/ftm-cable.html RRP: $1000+ The cables are in great condition and are fitted with spades at both ends (easily transferable to other plugs, as needed). They are made with 12AWG silver-plated copper for a terrific balance of detail and richness. I have enjoyed the cables a great deal . Hulgich Audio cables are made in South Australia. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing w
  10. Further information: For sale is a pair of Hulgich Audio FTM (Feel The Music) speaker cables in a 2.5M length. See: http://www.hulgichaudio.com.au/ftm-cable.html The cables are in great condition and are fitted with spades at both ends (easily transferable to other plugs, as needed). They are made with 12AWG silver-plated copper for a terrific balance of detail and richness. I have enjoyed the cables a great deal - in my system they replaced a set of Kimber Kable 8TCs and Chord Epic Super Twin, both of which they comfortably eclipsed. Hulgich Audio make these cables in South A
  11. Fantastic, thanks so much. I also meant to ask - do you know if it's the original laser, or a replacement? Cheers Paul
  12. Great looking/sounding player - could you post a photo of the back and/or tell me what the "outs" are? Is there a coax output, or just optical? Many thanks! Ah, you said "more photos to come" - apologies, my question may have been hasty...
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