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John Buchanan

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  1. It certainly is neither bright nor fatiguing on the 4 headphones I've tried the Burson with (Beyerdynamic T1 Gen. 2, Mysphere 3.2, Neumann NDH20 and AKG K701 - all with varying headphone impedance ranges).
  2. Yes - listening to it right now. Drives both a Beyerdynamic T1 Gen. 2 and Mysphere 3.2 superbly, as well as a Neumann NDH20 that I have sold on.
  3. Try Awave for the RNHP - the official dealer in Australia and cheaper than turramurra music. https://awave.com.au/shop/monitoring/headphone-amps/rupert-neve-rnhp-headphone-amp/ The Burson Conductor 3X Reference is a fantastic amp.
  4. Further information: 7 x used lightly, but excellent condition Mullard 12AX7/ECC83 valves. No original boxes. Photos:
  5. Further information: 3 x NOS 6922 valves (equivalent to E88CC, a premium type of 6DJ8) manufactured by Philips ECG in 1981. Photos: Box of 5 shown, with a single example of what each valve looks like, as they all look identical.
  6. Further information: Box of 5 x 6922 valves (equivalent to E88CC, a premium quality 6DJ8/ECC88) and manufactured by Philips ECG. Bought for an Audio Research preamplifier that has now been sold. This set was manufactured in 1986. Photos: Box of 5 shown, with a single example of what each valve looks like, as they all look identical.
  7. Further information: Box of 5 x 6922 valves (equivalent to E88CC, a premium quality 6DJ8/ECC88) and manufactured by Philips ECG. Bought for an Audio Research preamplifier that has now been sold. This set was manufactured in 1984. Photos: Box of 5 shown, with a single example of what each valve looks like, as they all look identical.
  8. Further information: Box of 5 was bought new years ago for an Audio Research amplifier which never required re-tubing. Now that I have no valve amplifiers, they're off to be sold. Photos: The photos show the box of 5, as well as what 1 of the 5 valves looks like - the other 4 are identical.
  9. Maybe let potential buyers know the arms the armboard is suitable for. I'm guessing it's for an Akito/Ittok/Ekos?
  10. Another legendary item - the Cotter Mk2P transformer (for low impedance moving coil cartridges). The Cotter has triaxial cables and better RCA connectors than the original Verion. Sorry about the underside photo - I can put a top side photo up tomorrow
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