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  1. Item: Denon PMA1600NE Integrated amplifier (current model) Location: Thornbury, Melbourne Price: $1450 (price reduction) Item Condition: As new, perfect condition Reason for selling: Not using Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: 2 x 70W @ 8ohm output, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D. 0.07% Ultra High Current (UHC)-MOS Single Push-Pull Circuit Power Amplifier with Schottky barrier diodes Embedded D/A converter, DAC Master Clock Design 2 Digital Optical and 1 Digital Coaxial inputs; Rear USB-B input High performance MM & MC Phono Equalizer Amp Base/treble/balance controls Remote control Weight: 17.6 kg Size: 434 W x 414 D x 135 H (mm) Winner HiFi Choice integrated amp group test September 2017 Pictures:
  2. Still going on this people.. Just came across the web site of Dallas Clark: http://clarkeaudio.com/ Sounds quite good - anyone have any experience of his work? thanks
  3. Item: Denon PMA1600NE integrated amplifier (current model) Location: Thornbury VIC Price: $1850 Item Condition: As new, no marks, working perfectly, still in box Reason for selling: Not using Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: 2 x 70W @ 8ohm output, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D. 0.07% Ultra High Current (UHC)-MOS Single Push-Pull Circuit Power Amplifier with Schottky barrier diodes Embedded D/A converter, DAC Master Clock Design 2 Digital Optical and 1 Digital Coaxial inputs; Rear USB-B input High performance MM & MC Phono Equalizer Amp Base/treble/balance controls Remote control Weight: 17.6 kg Size: 434 W x 414 D x 135 H (mm) Winner HiFi Choice integrated amp group test September 2017 Would prefer Melbourne sale but if no sale within a few weeks may consider mailing, cost arrangement to be determined. Pictures:
  4. Thanks astormsau. I think I saw their website before but there is nothing on it that gives their location. Unfortunately it seems they've closed their Services department. A post on their blog page (from May last year?) says "RV HIFI has closed the SERVICE DEPARTMENT until further notice We will not be talking on any new Restorations, Repairs or service work for the time being. RV HIFI will be concentrating on producing stock for the Online Store." Otherwise they looked pretty good. :-(
  5. Thanks for the responses. I'll wait a bit in case any other suggestions come up. Looking at the ongoing 'Sansui question' topic yes the knowledge of those Sydney blokes is extensive to say the least. On a different but related topic, does anyone have a rough feel for the cost of recapping an old amp like these (putting aside the merits or otherwise of doing so)?
  6. There's a couple of blokes who advertise on Gumtree (if you search for 'vintage amplifier'): 1. A guy (no name) in Ringwood who seems to be quite experienced. Uses a pic of a mature fellow standing beside the water and wearing a 'Corona' cap. Ph number ends in 838. [I've seen that pic used on Gumtree for other items completely unrelated to hifi, but he might have had his pic stolen.] 2. A guy (also no name) in Alderston Drive, Wantirna. Says he works on both valve and solid state amps. Anyone have experience of either of these two? Thanks
  7. Hi folks I have an old Sansui AU-517 that is working pretty well but occasionally makes a 'pop' noise (transistor issue?). I've seen the posts here by a very knowledgeable member in Sydney who has done some Sansui restorations, and also have seen on the web there is a vintage amp restoration guy in Perth who seems to have done some good work on Sansuis. Does anyone know of a similar vintage amp repairer/restorer in Melbourne they would recommend? Ideally one who has good knowledge and experience of Sansuis? Any info much appreciated. DN
  8. Hi people, I've been interested in Hi Fi and music since my teenage years (some time ago). First serious system had a Sansui amp and large Akai speakers, which made a quite satisfying sound. Still have the speakers but no longer have that amp (though have a replacement which needs a little work). Also have got into some AV equipment, and, due to limited space, have been trying to set up a system that can do decent stereo for music and AV for movies. Have browsed the forums here for a while and appreciated your knowledge and perspectives. Cheers, DN
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