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  1. The original ones had deterioated rubber and I think the new ones sound a lot better. They will nearly always fail on the originals and I believe one ones I chose to repalce them are a sensible choice. I can definitely hear more detail, which I like and I don't find them at all too bright.
  2. I didn't find I needed to. I don't find the repalcement mids too bright at all.
  3. Further information: For sale a pair of gorgeous Infinity Kappa 8 reference speakers. Near mint condition with no noticeable blemishes to woodwork, face or covers. These speakers are one of the most stunning looking and sounding vintage speakers ever made. Tremendous soundstage, incredible low end and smooth, natural highs. Made by Infinity in the US in 1986, when they were at the top of their game, before they were bought out by Samsung and made into a mass market brand. Huge at 122cm high, 52cm wide and 32cm deep at base. These speakers need to be driven a
  4. ah, of course, thanks. Schoolboy error!
  5. Still on the back burner I'm afriad! I have all the parts including top Nichicon LKG filter caps ...
  6. This RG-2 has been restored to a very high standard. All eletrolytics replaced with quality Panasonic FM, Nichicon FG and Kemet film caps. New properly earthed mains lead with Australia plug. This is a global voltage model currently set to 240V. All functions work noise free and as intended. Great addition to any Blue Line/Fluroscan rack or system. Here's a demo: Happy to post and will pack well. This unit is under 5kg. Also selling a Pioneer SR-303 Reverberation Amp, listed separately
  7. This SR-303 has been restored to a very high standard. All eletrolytics replaced with quality Elna Silmic II, Panasonic FM and WIMA film caps. New properly earthed mains lead with Australia plug. This is a global voltage model currently set to 240V. All functions work noise free and as intended. Great addition to any Blue Line/Fluroscan rack or system. Here's a demo video: Happy to post and will pack well. This unit is under 5kg. Also selling a Pioneer RG-2 Dynamic Processor, listed saparately
  8. Further information: As part of my shedding of Blue Line Pioneer components, this TOTL tuner is for sale. It's in perfect condition and quartz locks onto stations with ease. Happy to demo to local people who can travel to Vasse, W.A. or ship anywhere via courier or Aus Post. I always pack my equipment extremelty well and will give options on courier/postage. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excludi
  9. I have someone interested, so it is sold pending payment. I will mark the ad as sold once payment is received. Thanks for your interest.
  10. Selling my beloved Pioneer Blue Line series, piece by piece. This RT-909 is in perfect original condition and is fully functional. One of the plastic feet has a crack but still funtions and supports the unit well. It comes with 2 genuine Pioneer PR-101 reels (No.1 on one and No.2 on the other side), plus a pair of genuine PP-220A 10.5" reel adapters. Plus 2 sets of genuine hub shims. Multi-voltage model 120V/220V/240V selectable at rear and set to Australian 240V with correct fuse. I'll throw in some new, unopened blank tape stock too. That's nearly $1000 worth of accessories incl
  11. Hey Jake, I have a near mint SA-9800 here in Perth. Happy to set it up, do a demo video and upload to YouTube ... I can post the link here once done
  12. Would you consider posting to WA 6280? Happy to pay what you ask and postage on top, up front. thanks, Brad
  13. Traced it back to one of the decoupling caps I added to the underside of the board. I've simply removed them both and hey presto, all is good. Are they really necessary? Thanks everyone for your input. I have another 555A that I'm going to do a real number on to include a nickel plated chassis and upgrades similar to this: Leestereo's Restoration/Upgrade of a Sansui AU-555A | Audiokarma Home Audio Stereo Discussion Forums Cheers, Brad
  14. Legend, thanks Mike. Will let you know how I get on ...
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