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Further information: These are beautiful amplifiers made by Audiolab in UK. They are offered for sale as a combination. They might seem dated but they still work beautifully. The 8000C preamp is specially suited for people with turntables as it offers both MM and MC inputs. The 8000P power amp is not huge by today standard but it produces enough powers for most speakers. It provides minimum 100W per channel. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
Further information: Original owner Flawless condition Done less than 100hrs RRP replacement $4,399. Review: http://www.hifi-review.com/152615-audiolab-8200mb.html Specs: Rated Power Output 250W rms into 8 ohm / 400W rms into 4 ohm Frequency Response 0.1Hz - 120kHz (-3dB) Input Sensitivity 1.63V rms Input Impedence 20kΩ balanced, 15kΩ unbalanced Gain 29.0dB at 1kHz Signal-to-Noise Ratio Better than 88dB Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) Less than 0.03% Inputs Balanced XLR and Single-ended RCA Dimensions (H x W x D) 150 x 216 x 379mm Weight 9kg each Colour Choice Black Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
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Item: AUDIOLAB M-DAC with Bonus Analysis Plus USB cable Location: MEL Price: $550 Item Condition: Perfect Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is a fantastic DAC and i've enjoyed it more than i expected to. I've used it mostly for USB audio which it does amazingly. I've since got a streamer/dac which i'm also happy with, so don't need this anymore. I will throw in a bonus Analysis Plus Purple USB cable with the sale.
I've just acquired a JH turntable for free and could use a steer on getting it sorted and running. The owner bought it new in 1974. Does anyone have any idea what model this is? (obviously google hasn't helped with finding manual). Keen on getting it going. The owner (my neighbour) is non-techie but he said they'd taken it to Carlton AV here in Melbourne, and they said there was an issue with the wiring in the tonearm. Advice was the cost to fix was too high for the unit. I've plugged it in and run it through my amp; sounds fine although I had to manually rotate the disc. I'd like to get a manual or something with detail on the internals to see if I can get it living again. Some questions for the forum (obviously I've googled first with not a great deal of luck on this specific machine): I need to replace the belt but not sure what the correct size is - any suggestions? The existing belt is really overstretched so I can't use that as a gauge. I don't get how the 33/45 speed change works. Looks like you pull the spindle up to change speeds, I'm assuming it's moving the belt on to a smaller pulley. Would be great to see an image of how it's meant to look set up correctly so I can sort it once I replace the belt. Here's a vid: https://imgur.com/ivZxmGI The tone arm lever appears to be out of whack, again any suggestions on how it should sit? At the moment the arm seems to be coming up under the left side and I can't rotate it around without breaking it. I'm assuming a new cartridge is in order, but can't find a source for info on what is compatible with that tone arm. Would appreciate any steers to online info (not expecting the forum to do everything for me, but I'm a turntable newbie with 'beginners' electronics skills). cheers, pics below.
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