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  1. give me a few days to listen and I promise to offer more Here is a picture of the setup for you.
  2. Item: iFi Audio iGalvanic3.0 USB Signal Re-generator Location: New Zealand, Central Otago Price: $550 Item Condition: Almost New, opened box Reason for selling: Dont need it Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Purchased new for $800, but decided I don't need it in my new setup. Including a free Ifi Mercury USB cable 0.5m a gift, (worth $200) also as new and in box. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Item: Factory Speaker Spike Kit Location: New Zealand, Central Otago Price: $450 Item Condition: Brand New Reason for selling: Surplus to Needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These are brand new in the factory box, Purchased them for a set of Nautilus 800D's which didn't come as standard but never used them. They will also fit 801's, 802's and probably many others also. Beautifully machined, high-quality. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Item: New Zealand Location: Central Otago Price: $550 each Item Condition: Used but totally functional Reason for selling: Finished the task I brought them for Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank deposit Extra Info: Price Reduced, these are now incredible value. I have 4 of these for sale, they were in used condition when I purchased them and are renowned for being the work-horse of the professional Audio Industry. These are the best CD burners you can buy, as the make an exact audiophile copy of any CD, regardless of any copy encryption. These are also a great CD transport and perfect for using as a CD player by themselves. They were made by Pioneer's commercial division and then re-badge as Otari, HHB or Fostex, but they are all the same machine internally. They are incredibly well build and designed to be longstanding as well as heavy duty. They are shielded with a full copper chassis, even the screws used are copper. They all utilize the pioneer stable platter system making them a great stand alone CD player also. I have used these to back up my extensive CD collection, but they are ideal for anyone wanting to turn their vinyl into CD's, having a high quality Analogue to Digital converter built in as standard. All parts are still available today, and even though there is a lot of life in these yet, they are totally serviceable in the future. I run a very high end audio system and have done back to back recordings on a computer and on these, and then done an A/B comparison, and well the reality is there is no comparison. The copy has more detail, and contrast. They copy in real time, so you can also listen while making a copy. These will produce a copy which displays all the same characteristics of the original and it is clearly noticeable. Forget making a copy on a computer, this is the only way you want to do it if the best quality is what you want. These are also ideal for anyone wanting to turn any live recording into an audio CD. One other major feature of these is that they will burn to any data CD, it doesn't have to be the more expensive audio CD. Also once you have made a copy, you can if you wish add copy protection so they cannot be further copied. (except on one of these) These are all 120v (they never made any 240v) and have been used with step down transformers with no issues. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  5. Hi All I have just inserted a chord Dave and the M scaler into my system, and after only a few hours running, all I can say is wow... an incredible duo.
  6. Hi everyone I'm looking for suggestions of what are the best sites to download/share Hi-Res audio files from? Thank you in advance for any recommendations made.
  7. I think with $10k to spend, Id be telling you to look at the denefrips Terminator. I think its quite good value for the money.
  8. Hi audio lovers I'm please to be here. I have been into audio for a long time now and feel I have finally found my ideal system. (well for now anyway) I have some good pieces of gear I want to move on so keep an eye on my classified ads soon to be posted. Pleased to be here and look forward to chatting
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