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  1. As part of the A5 range musical fidelity brought out the A5CD player. Cosmetically in build a match for the A5 integrated and pre-pwr. It was however a limited edition release ... due to a couple of little factors that made it unique....in the the muvista 6112 mil spec valves....these reside in the output stage of the player (mf have a long tradition of using valves on the output stage of the dacs and players. These in particular are extreme long life valves and quoted in this configuration to last 100,000 hours or essentially fitted "for life" spec on the 6112 are here, http://frank.pocnet.net/sheets/137/6/6112.pdf and yep its mil specs mean it will handle 450G's impact, 1000G 's uniform acceleration, 220 DegC and an altitude of 60,000 ft ! as per the spec "The premium subminiature type 6112 is a high mu double triode having separate cathode connections for each section, it is intended primarily for use in low level audio circuits, and is designed to provide dependable service under conditions of severe shock, vibration and high temperature and altitude. The 6112 is manufactured and inspected to meet the applicable MIL-E-1 specification for reliable operation" so yeah valve failure certainly not something to be bothered with anyways a few pics Front and back, under the lid, and with shield over the dac section removed, close up of the dac and analog output stage, and there can see the couple of 6112 valves... one for each channel
  2. Item: Pioneer Custom Retro HTPC Location: Perth, WA Item condition description: I have here a one of a kind custom HTPC Media Player in excellent working and cosmetic condition. Gutted out old pre 1980's pioneer stereo deck with Alienware micro ATX system. The power button of the stereo turns the computer on and off. "REC" light is the hard drive light VU meters light up with orange LED low light when the power is on (replicates the old bulbs) Two front facing USB ports are incorporated in some control holes Price: $300.00 Reason for selling: Doesn't gets used Payment Methods: COD Extra Info: - Alien ware Micro ATX motherboard - BLURAY, DVDRW, CDRW drive - ATI video/sound card with HDMI out (video and audio out through HDMI) - TP-Link Wireless N adapter (wifi) - Custom fans with resistors to lower noise (system is extremely quiet) - 5 USB ports - Ethernet port - Windows 7 Ultimate. - Intel® Core 1.8GHz - 80gb Harddrive - 2 GB RAM Will throw in free Monster HDMI cable more pics: http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/2_zps03f4d780.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/3_zps4de4d524.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/IMG_8693_zpse5875f86.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/IMG_8714_zps86f1d4bb.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/IMG_8688_zpsa2790e61.jpg
  3. Item: Pioneer BDP-LX71 Blu Ray Player Location: Perth Item condition description: Pioneer LX series, Top of the range, high end Bluray player, excellent video and audio quality (4 x Wolfson WM8740 DACS) Excellent condition, comes with remote. rrp 1200.00 Price: SOLD Reason for selling: doesn't get used. Payment Methods: COD Extra Info: Specs: http://www.pioneer-pan.com/en/products/bdplx71-191.html Reviews: http://www.gadgetguy.com.au/product/pioneer-bdp-lx71/
  4. FS: PRICE REDUCED! NAD STEREO SYSTEM & PSB ALPHA T1 TOWER SPEAKERS Location:Brisbane Price: SOLD Item Condition: Excellent (system has some older components with subsequent wear) Reason for selling: Buying a Tube Amp Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: A great entry level system. 1. NAD C316 BEE Integrated Amplifier, RRP $499 Voted best budget audiophile amplifier by a large numbers of reviews : “The entry-level C315 is still the go-to amp for audiophile newbies who crave sonic neutrality, good power output, nice tactile feel, and NAD's characteristic quality-control.†Purchased through an approved NAD Audio Products Group seller and is still under warranty. Impeccable condition. See: http://nadelectronics.com/products/hifi-amplifiers/C-315BEE-Stereo-Integrated-Amplifier 2. PSB ALPHA T1 Speakers, RRP $899 These speakers are the NAD manufacturers preferred speaker to match the C316BEE Amp. Work well for low volume listening but can also make a decent sound for partying. Purchased through an approved NAD Audio Products Group seller and is still under warranty. Impeccable condition. See: http://www.psbspeakers.com/products/alpha/Alpha-T1-Tower 3. NAD Compact Disc Player C542 Never had an issue with this player. Very clear and open sound. Minor scratches on upper edge of front panel. VGC http://nadelectronics.com/products/cd-players/C-542-CD-Player 4. NAD Stereo Cassette Deck 6130 Drag out those old cassettes kept in the cupboard. Plays and records extremely well. Wear on front opening but generally in good condition. http://nadelectronics.com/products/hifi-accessories/6130-Cassette-Deck 5. NAD Stereo Turntable This classic NAD turntable from the 80’s has been recently serviced with a new Ortofon VMS5E MK II Stylus. A unique rarity. http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/archive/index.php/t-68100.html 6. NAD Power Pre Amp PP2 One year old, impeccable condition. http://nadelectronics.com/products/turntables/PP-2-Phono-Preamplifier 7. Mogami Prestige Coaxial Speak Cables 2m These have banana plugs, are still in their box and have never been used. 8. CREST RCA interconnects. Feel free to come and audition. This unit has been kept in a smoke and pet free house. Limited dust and exposure to sunlight. Am happy to ansewer any questions. Cheers, M PS I have tried everything to make these images go upright but mysterious forces are at play. Pictures:
  5. Item: Musical Fidelity A3 CD player - 24 Bit (A3.2 version) Location: McKinnon, VIC, Price: $300 Item Condition: Excellent Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Deposit Extra Info: This is the highly regarded Musical Fidelity A3 CD player. As show in one of the pictures, Musical Fidelity released the A3.2 player with significant improvements to the A3 in 2002, and according to MF, the A3.2 is "85%" of the nu-vista cd player, their flasgship cd player at the time. A3 cd players sold during March 2002 were actually A3.2s but presumably badged as A3s so MF could use up the existing cases. The pictures show the date of this player to be March 2002. Search A3 or A3.2 online for numerous positive reviews. The sound quality of this player is absolutely top notch, very dimensional and holographic - it makes sense of the music. They really built these to last. This A3 is in very good condition and comes with the original instruction manual and letter from Musical Fidelity shown in the picture, remote and power cable. Even if you have migrated to a computer based/DAC setup and don't plan on acquiring any more cds, there's no easier way to enjoy your existing collection than selecting a disc from the shelf and spinning it in a quality player like this. Local pickup from McKinnon (Melbourne) is preferred due to the delicate nature of cd players. If you wish, I can ship this A3 player Australia wide and require insurance be purchased. I will take care packing the player in a solid shipping carton with plenty of packing. I will not be responsible for any damages incurred during shipping. Pictures:
  6. Item: Thule Spirit Cd100 Location: Bowen Nth Qld Price: $450 (I will cover postage up to $50) Item Condition: Extremely good Reason for selling: At the time I had to buy this player bundled with an amp, the amp is gone but I am left with the player and since I have 4 players already this one is surplus to my requirements. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD, etc Extra Info: Comes with remote control and product leaflet in the original packaging. Pictures:
  7. I was going to make a list of items that I could take along to Damo and my GTG on Dec 2nd and while I was thinking about it I remembered there were a few things in the back cupboard. So there are quite a few things here that I would like to move on, and if you live somewhere between Bowen and Brisbane I may even be able to deliver personally (provided you are OK with delivery somewhere between Nov 30th and Dec 3rd) Item: Consonance C1 Location: Bowen Price: $400 Item Condition: Very good. Reason for selling: I need the space. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Two generations prior to the Tristan this is a conventional class AB design with 120 Watts into 8 Ohms. The internal opamp has been replaced with a pair of the superior BB OPA627s. Pictures: Item: Plessis S1 Location: Bowen Price: $400 Sold Item Condition: Very good. Reason for selling: I need the space. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with remote and manual. Pictures: Item: Thule Spirit CD100 Location: Bowen Price: $320 Item Condition: Excellent. Reason for selling: This is a spare cd player, and I have a few of those already. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with remote and manual/leaflet in original box. Pictures: Item: 2 pair of Furutech Alpha ICs Location: Bowen Price: $140 per pair or both for $250. Item Condition: Excellent. Reason for selling: Don't like the sound of these cables, they soften the sound of my system and deepen the bass too much. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These are ICs put together by Wyn of Synergy audio in WA, they are made with Furutech cable and high quality connectors and Wyn claims are the equal of the Genuine Furutech ICs which retail for about $1000. I have been told that they are made of coaxial cable and that this explains their sound but i can't claim to truly understand that explanation. Pictures: Item: Myryad MXI2080 Dual Mono Integrated Amp Location: Bowen Price: $1000 Item Condition: Excellent, has approx 250 hours of use. Reason for selling: Need space and cash to buy future integrated amps. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with all original gear, remote, manual, jumpers and original box with original packaging. This is a very clean sounding amp that has no connections internally between the pre and power stages, they are connected via jumpers on the back pannel. This opens up all sorts of possibilities for future expansion. Pictures: Item: Burson Audio PRE-160 Preamp Location: Bowen Price: No longer for sale! Item Condition: Excellent, no markings on case at all. Reason for selling: Man I need space, and cash for future gear purchases. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This was the Burson Pre of the 160 series, only recently replaced by the Burson Soloist. $2300 RRP at the time I purchased it, a very nice open sounding pre with plenty of "air" to the sound. Pictures: Item: Exposure 1010 Integrated amp 50 Watts into 8 Ohms Location: Bowen Price: Sold Item Condition: Excellent, used for about 200 hours. Reason for selling: Yep, still in need of space. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Available with original remote and manual (actually I've got 5 manuals for some reason) in the original box with the original packaging. Pictures: Item: Tonewinner AD3 Integrated amp 40W by 2 into 8 Ohms in pure class A or 150W by 2 into 8 Ohms in class AB. Location: Bowen Price: $400 Item Condition: As new, although the buttons on the front are a little clunky. About 150 hours of use. Reason for selling: I need space and cash but I'm not really fond of the sound of this one. It is a beast of a bass machine and would work well for home theatre but is a bit limited for music. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: If I have to post this puppy it will have to be strapped to a small pallet as the box was destroyed in transit to me. The amp is so damn solid that it has no scars at all from the trip that destroyed the box. This one pumps out some heat too so no cabinets for it, and it is probably a bit heavy for most shelves too, stick with the floor! Pictures: I Remember Ladies and Gents if you are coming to the GTG you can see and hear before you pay, otherwise I may have to add freight in a few cases (the Tonewinner for example!). Every sale sees $20 (or more, depending on the value of the sale) donated to SNA. Cheers!
  8. Item: Audiolab 8200CD/DAC Location: Melbourne Price drop: now $900 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, bank deposit Extra Info: All but brand new, its just a few weeks old For sale is an absolutely mint Audiolab 8200CD player. This is the latest version that has the same upgrades and sonic improvements as the 8200CDQ (i.e. additional filter option - Optimal Transient XD and DD). The sound is very lush with each element isolated in the soundstage. Comes with everything - original box, complete packaging, remote control, manual and power cable. The 8200CD seems to be a legend in its own lifetime. There are stacks of positive reviews on the web.
  9. Location:truganina,hoppers crossing vic Price:sold sold sold Item Condition:excellent-like new Reason for selling:change of direction Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info:this is the signature model with cryo treated tubes in pre amp stage,cryo treated boards,phillips transport.i am original owner bought from greg osborn(osborn loudspeakers) about 3 and half years ago,it has worked faultless during this time.it has a very nice pre amp inbuilt,burr brown dac anagram clock.Some people compare the sound quality to vinyl.There are alot of great reviews about this player on the net, which retailed close to 13k when i bought it.It has 3 analouge inputs and a multitude of digital inputs.This is an absolute bargin as there is currently one on ebay for 6k.It has both rca and xlr inputs and outputs.i was using this as the pre amp as well as sacd player with a set of adam tensor deltas and it performed flawlessly.i have the original double box packaging and books and remote control and can be sent at buyers expense.This unit is fitted standard with black diamond racing cones(feet).If purchaser is interstate and you have someone in victoria that can come and demo and inspect on your behalf is ok.Please note this is advertised elsewhere. Pictures:can be sent on request i have accidentally posted this on wtb this is for sale
  10. I thought I might warm up a bit prior to starting my "power amps" mission. Since I have failed to convince the boys at Burson to produce a cd player (I tried to talk them into it via email but I don't seem to have been sucessful) there is only one company (to my knowledge) in Oz that makes a cd player and that is Redgum. Or at least, they sort of make a cd player in that they make a DAC and plug in a CDROM into the same case, I have wondered how well that could work for a couple of years now, but, I need wonder no more. I spotted a 2nd hand RGcd5ENR over the new year and completely failed to restrain myself. It arrived today and after a brief panic over it acting all DOA I managed to open it up and change the fuse. Things improved greatly from that point. Before I get into the serious sound stuff I have to say that this RGcd5 looks just awesome, that high gloss redgum facia looks and feels like it is made of ceramic it is so smooth and cool to the touch. The steel body is powder coated in gloss black and looks almost as good as the front facia board. The insides don't appear to be anything fancy, 2 separate power supplies, one for the DAC and one for the CDROM, and then the DAC and the CDROM. There is certainly no room to hide any fancy circuitry. No remote, no screen, and only line outs, a digital out and a digital in (it is billed as a DAC with cd capabilities after all) complete the features. For the last week or so I have been listening to my good old cd120, through the Burson pre into the Halcro power amp and then through Little Blue Penguins Taranui speaker cables to the ML1s (also using LBPs Papakaio ICs, in this particular configuration I have found I prefer them to the Redgums) and thoroughly enjoying the result. So the $3k Redgum cd player is up against a $1.2k Chinese player, so if you go by budget the Redgum should walk all over the Consonance. If you go by chips it's Redgums Burr-Brown PCM1702 20 bit chips (one per chanel) vs the Consonances Crystal Devices 24/192, the 1702 is an old favourite but there is a bit of an emphasis on the "old" in this age of fast moving audio and the CS is a much more modern chip. The Consonance also has quite a reputation as sounding much better than its price point while the Redgum doesn't seem to have much of a reputation at all, it seems to be seen more as a curiosity than an actualy player (due to its odd CDROM based design almost certainly). So how do they sound? Well I have to say that I really had no idea what to expect prior to this afternoon, I knew I had a good player already and I knew that I was loving the sound I currently had, so, keeping all that in mind I can say without hesitation that the Redgum murders the Consonance several times over! The Redgum has several times the depth of body and level of harmony that the Consonance offers, the highs are much more full and clear and the bass is noticably deeper and tighter. More impact, vocals that just tickle the ear drums tantalizingly and a faster, more fluid mid range. There was so much more in the instrumentals that was pushed to the fore by the Redgum and without compromising the vocals in any way. This is one hell of a player! I lost count of the number of times shivers ran down my spine, this Redgum really produces the goods. Just for giggles, I set it up as a DAC using the Consonance as a transport and then wired in the Consonance to the next input on the pre and did a little A/B listening. The Redgun seemed to be louder than the Consonance so I pulled out the SPL meter, set it to max hold, and played a little music. The overal maximum level of the music was only 1.2db higher through the Redgum but there was a much higher average sound level through the Redgum, as if it was replacing all the standard musicians with much stronger, faster and more enthusiastic musicians. Some people talk about being able to tell the difference between DACs and how hard or easy it may be, well I can tell you that I think these two "DACs" are massively different and would be pretty easy to pick in a blind test. Now all I need is someone willing to turn the pre selector switch while I listen. I'll post some pics tomorrow, I'll even leave the top off the Redgum and the cage off the CDROM power supply, just for the curious. Cheers! Edit: My mistake, the Consonance cd120 DAC is a Cirrus Logic CS4396, not a Crystal Devices chip at all. Edit again: Pics added. Love that polished wood!!! The CDROM power supply is on top of the CDROM for good reason. After I changed the fuse (and what a bugger of a fuse it was to get to) and flipped the on switch, and it worked, I wasn't game to touch it again. I'll put it back together again, but I have to go fishing first. My feet are attention seeking primadonnas in many ways, they insist on being in at least one shot in every post. And a close up of the DAC board, looks simple doesn't it?
  11. Item: Cambridge Azur 640C V2 CD Player Location: Melbourne Price: item withdrawn Item Condition: 9/10 Reason for selling: Chasing SACD…. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with original packing, manual and remote. Pictures: See below I’m the original owner of this unit. I’d read a number of favourable reviews before I purchased it but I wasn’t expecting the sound that I heard when I played the first CD. It was exceptional! It was my first taste of quality HiFi and it more than compensated for the outlay. The “V2†in the model name refers to an upgrade to the original. The main change was the introduction of a pair of 24/192 Wolfson digital converters to improve stereo separation and the signal to noise ratio. I even changed Amps to try and match the quality of the sound coming from this CD player. I have since moved over to a SACD player and I can’t justify this unit sitting in a cupboard. The unit is very well designed and built; the matching remote is terrific and looks like it was carved from a piece of billet aluminium. The unit is in excellent condition and works perfectly. Dimensions - H x W x D 70 x 430 x 310mm Weight 4.6kg (10.1lbs)
  12. Item: Rega Apollo Location: Parkville Price: $ (+ $post, or pickup $0) Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: This sweet CDP is not frequently used and it deserves a better home Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: I have original box, remote, and manual instruction. PM me if you have any questions
  13. Item: NAD C542 HDCD grey colour (includes original remote, manual & box) Location: Perth Item condition: Good; minor hair line scratch on top metal cover & on plastic display; hardly visible. White patch on display in picture is reflection and not scratch. Reason for selling: upgraded Price: reduced to sell $290 Payment method: Cash or bank transfer; pickup or post (buyer pays for postage) Extra info: 1st owner; bought new from overseas. Comes with round 2-pin head (see photo). An excellent player at this price point. No regrets buying it; hard to part with it. Specifications and reviews, pls check out link below: http://nadelectronics.com/products/cd-players/C-542-CD-Player Pictures: see below
  14. Item: Cambridge Audio Topaz CD10 CD player Location: Clayton, Melbourne Price: SOLD Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: Not using anymore Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Direct Deposit Extra Info: Purchased new from CAV in early 2011, still in great condition. Perfect for use as a transport into a DAC, also very capable as a budget player in its own right. The unit will come in the original packaging with manual and remote. Pickup from Clayton VIC or buyer pays postage. Review: http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/cambridge-audio-topaz-am10-integrated-amplifier-cd10-cd-player-tas-205/ More info: http://www.cambridgeaudio.com/products/topaz-cd10-premium-cd-player Pics:
  15. Now that I've got an Elektra Theatron amp in the HT things are sounding awesome, can't wait to go to the next level with a new HT pre/pro in the next few months. I've borrowed my parents CD player and hooked it up via analogue and am loving listening to CDs compared to via my Oppo 93 via digital but... 1; I have to give the CD player back, and soon 2; I don't have somewhere within the room to store all my CD's. Even DVD's will soon be sent to the under staircase storage area. I'm trying to decide whether I should invest in a CD player or go to a music streaming device such as a Sonos Connect. I'll more than likely buy an Integra DHC 80.3 pre/pro for the HT which, like my Oppo, has streaming capabilities, but I'm told I'm better off with a dedicated device. Are they up to the quality of a half decent CD player of similar budget, ie $500? I often find it hard to sit through an entire CD unless it's on in the background while I'm surfing the net or reading. I'm not particularly interested in streaming video so don't really need a Dune type of device. Sonos would also be the idiot proof way of setting up an alfresco music system down the track (via a Sonos Amp and outdoor speakers) that SWMBO could actually operate. Most of my music collection is already ripped to iTunes in lossless format but I do need to go back and rip about 80 CD's because I originally tried to save HDD space by ripping in low bit rate mp3 format when I bought an iPod Photo... remember them? I have a ATV 2 in the family room (we are a bit of an Apple household, iPhones/iMacs/Macbook Air) and SWMBO can use that but for some reason it's flaky with it's connection to the home sharing facility. It's improved with more recent firmware upgrades but still not foolproof.
  16. Item: Audiolab 8200CDQ 9.5+ Like New Hardly Used Location: Sydney Price: NOW SOLD Item Condition: 9.5 Perfect working conditions. Looks brand new and no marks, minor marks on the remote control. Reason for selling: Not use. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only The 8200CDQ is a CD Player, DAC, and have an onboard digital & analogue preamp, also a pair of balanced outputs and a USB port (among many others) to connect directly to you computer, I have it connected to my iMac and it works perfectly. The 8200CDQ has gathered a huge amount of 5 starred reviews and praises. Extra info: 6 moons - "For each function I compared this machine to rather pricier comers and if it didn’t match them on all counts it still came close. What more ought to be said about its very hard-working price/performance quota?" Hi Fi Choice - "A highly attractive piece of equipment that does a lot and does it very, very well." What Hi Fi ★★★★★ - "The 8200CDQ is a forward-looking product that combines top-quality sound with some really useful features." Hi Fi World - "Superbly musicality allied to excellent versatility makes this a brilliant value package." Secrets of Home Theatre and High Fidelity - "Live with this player for a few days and you'll fall in love. An audition is a must if you're considering a DAC or a CD player anywhere between 800-2000 dollars. Don't short change yourself." + plenty more you can find online... The CDQ's version is 1.3 and not the latest OLED version. It comes with a very slick remote control. You can buy it with the excellent Audioquest Carbon 2.0 cable +$90, or without. I have the original box for the 8200CDQ. Will ship with registered parcel at buyer's cost and risk. Specifications: Output Level @ 1kHz: RCA: 2.05V RMS XLR: 4.1V RMS Frequency Response ref. 1kHz: 20Hz - 20kHz ±0.2dB Total Harmonic Distortion: RCA: <0.0025% XLR: <0.008% Crosstalk @1KHz: RCA: >120dB XLR: >130dB Dynamic Range 'A' wtd: RCA: >98dB XLR: >110dB Features: • 32-bit/84.672MHz oversampled/upsampled, 512 element, multibit array DAC (four DACs per channel) • 1920x oversampling with 44.1kHz source from CD/USB • Asychronous USB supporting 24-bit/96kHz with driverless remote control of PC/Mac media player (via HID support) • 2x 24-bit/192kHz coaxial S/PDIF digital inputs • 2x 96kHz optical digital inputs • 3x 2Vrms analogue line-level inputs • Low jitter optical and coxial S/PDIF outputs • Selectable analogue or digital preamplifier mode • High-current, single-ended and balanced, discreet Class A output stage • High-performance, direct-coupled, discrete Class A headphone amplifier • Custom CD servo design – with ultra-low-noise PSU for OPU • Full remote control and external remote I/O loop • 34 regulated power supply rails • 14 ultra-low-noise discrete regulators • User-selectable digital filter settings – software upggradeable via USB port • Master clock jitter less than 3psec short term • Top-quality component parts used throughout, including: ultra-low-ESR capacitors; high-tolerance polypropylene film/foil capacitors; ultra-stable, very-low-VCR 0.1% MELF SMD resisitors; four-layer PCB
  17. Hello SNA Members! Ok, getting down to last of my kit for sale. I've had this since 2002, and bought it from Carlton Audio Visual. I have the manual, but no receipt or box. I'm happy to pack it for the interstate buyers at extra cost, which you will see below. I also bear no responsibility if it gets damaged in freight. The unit has operated flawlessly, and strangely, when I bought it, it had a Euro plug in the box! I will supply the that cord with an adaptor, so you can plug it in straight away. It has an optical output too, so I guess it can operate as a transport for a DAC. I'm selling it due to all my CD's being transferred to my Mac these days, and I listen to vinyl mostly. I hate having things around which I don't use! Original remote included. * Item full name and model Denon DCD-435 * Location Kilsyth South * Item condition description Used, but great condition * Price and price conditions $100, non-negotiable pickup preferred. Freight Australia wide is $30 extra * Reason for selling Not being used * Payment Methods: Paypal, or cash on pickup
  18. "For sale is an Onkyo DX7555 cd player that is in great condition , only about 300hrs on it. I am selling it as I do not use it/require it and its been waiting for a home for awhile. Was released a few years back at around $850+ here. has a great transport that is extremely smooth at this price. " Item: Onkyo Dx7555 cd player Location:Sydney Price: $270ONO Item Condition: Excellent , Includes original box /manual No remote but is available to order from Onkyo Reason for selling:Not used Payment Method: Pickup or will post aus wide- Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info:As below Pictures:as attatched Item features are:- If you're looking for unsurpassed clarity and jitter-free audio playback, the Onkyo DX-7555 Audiophile-Grade CD Player will be music to your ears. The DX-7555 features a sophisticated 192 kHz/24-bit Wolfson digital converter and multi-format playback capabilities. Constructed with an impressive anti-resonant chassis, and employing a high-quality Direct Signal Path; the DX-7555 is capable of eliminating unwanted noise in the audio output. Moreover, the DX-7555 utilizes Onkyo's exclusive Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC), offering the most accurate digital-to-analog output available. The Onkyo DX-7555 offers the ability to enhance sound imaging with independent controls of the built-in digital filter, analog output phase and clock frequency adjustment, resulting in a full, realistic tonal range of all musical instruments. Audiophile-Grade Player The Onkyo DX-7555 is an Audiophile-Grade component that offers jitter-free audio playback specifications that rival higher-end models. Multi-Format Playback Capability The DX-7555 offers a full-range of audio playback capabilities, including CDs, CD-R/RW, and MP3 CDs. Wolfson 192 kHz/24-Bit DAC If you're looking to incorporate exquisite CD audio playback into your home audio system, the DX-7555 will do the job. It features a Wolfson digital-to-analog converter capable of processing audio at an incredible 192 kHz/24-Bit range. Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC) Onkyo's VLSC Digital Technology is the backbone to the DX-7555's exceptional digital-to-analog conversion, thus reducing analog noise and reproducing a digital audio signal that is unsurpassed. In addition, the VLSC technology enables the DX-7555 to playback your MP3 audio files with supreme clarity. Selectable Control Features The Onkyo DX-7555 offers selectable control over the internal digital filter roll-off response, two analog output phases (modified or full sound imaging), and clock frequency adjustments.
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