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  1. Item: Linn Ikemi Location: Melbourne Price: $999 Item Condition: Very good, unmarked Reason for selling: Replaced with a universal disc player Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, PayPal Extra Info: This has been my reference CD and HDCD player for some years but I am simplifying my setup. Originally priced around $3600USD. The review below sums the performance up perfectly. The Linn is in excellent working order, unmarked, comes with balanced XLR cables, a remote, and original box for safe transportation. This unit is very well constructed, delivers incredible detail and an expansive sound stage. HiFi Review. "Sound wise this is typical Linn. Fast, refined, smooth and very detailed. You can hear just about everything in the mix. Although rather than sound analytical it sounds warm and silky. It has beautiful tone and the way it flows from passage to passage is a real delight." Nuff said. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. I thought I might do a write up on the Myryad Z series since I liked the Z142 amp so much I went and bought the Z114 cd player. It has been burning in since friday afternoon and I have just had a preliminary listening session. My conslusion is a bit out there so I'll take it slow and work up to it. Anyone who has been keeping track of my "addicts guide" thread knows that the Z142 amp and I are friends for life. It is an amp that has surpassed all integrateds I have heard before, some others have come close but none are quite as much fun to listen to as the Myryad and it does this with only 40 odd watts, 2 transistors per channel and 10,000uf of capacitance per channel. Only the Denon AE1510 had less capacitance and it ran a proprietry "high current circuitry" design that gave it very high levels of punch and bass. When you look under the case the quality is there to see, toshiba transistors, all rubicon capacitors (except for the 2 big ones, which are Nichicon) and no op amps in sight (ok, one, but it operates the servo that controls the remote volume control so it is out of the music loop). And yes, as claimed by Myryad there are seven separate voltage regulators, two each in the power amp circuitry sections, one each in the preamp sections and one on the power board (Myryad kindly label the different sections of the circuitboard, very handy for curious souls like me). The Myryads main claim to fame is its speed, it is so fluid in the mid range that the music just dances out of it in a flurry of sonic joy. It has nice bass that is fast, tight and deep and very well controlled and smooth highs that elate rather than grate on the the senses. In short, I love it! So, what about the cd player? Again it is very well built, rubicon capacitors throughout and seven voltage regulators, all well and good and similar to the amp. But!!! Audio companies like Myryad develope these components with the intent of them operating together, yes? So if there is any one cd player that the Z142 should sound absolutely awesome with it should be the Z114, or at least that is what I thought. As it turns out they sound pretty average when used together. That fluidity and speed are not utilized at all, the bass deepens and fills out but at the loss of the speed and control the amp displays with my test cd player. And the sound gains that "upsampled to the nth degree" aspect, it softens to the point where it can't annoy but can't truly elate either. Together the Z's sound alright, not terrible or anything, but they sound so full and bass heavy and completely unlike the sound I get from my consonance cd120 feeding the Z142. I think this is the sound that Myryad is aiming for, very inoffensive but very processed, smooth and bass heavy and, in my opinion, dull! Together they have no life, they sound like an old married couple who are going through the motions but are just tired of being together. I will try the Z114 player with a few different amps and see if I can get more of a feel for what will work better with it later. Right now I want to put forward an opinion on the Z142 amp. How (or why) does a company make an amp that is this good, has this much potential, and then partner it with a player that drags it down rather than makes the most of its abilities? Is the amp a mistake? It can't have been designed this well by accident, can it? It is my opinion, and this is somewhat ironic since I bought both brands from the same place, that the Myryad separates should be partnered with dryer sounding equipment. Gear with less bass and more air and snap. I think a rotel cd player would work rather well with the Z142 amp, and the Z114 player would work better with a RA1520 amp. I certainly would not use both Myryads together, unless I had very fast, punchy bookshelf speakers that needed a little extra bass. I'll continue this thread once I've tried the Z114 with a few other amps. Cheers!
  3. Item: good quality CD player....current models about 2 to 5 years old, mainstream Marantz Pearl / Rega Apollo / Denon DCD 800 NE ( Sydney / Melbourne ) Price Range: Up to about $1000.... Good market rate depending on condition / brand / model. Item Condition: Excellent sound quality...….. colour etc negotiable Extra Info: Looking for a late model CD player ( does not need to be SACD ) that has great reviews and a pretty mainstream brand like Marantz or similar..... I am buying for a non - audiophile friend so will not be sourcing him exotic brands . Older than 5 years he will not really consider. Can pick up in Melbourne or Sydney ( or reasonably close to Sydney ) Looking at Marantz Lite pearls, SA 8005 etc , current Rega Apollo , Denon late models DCD 800 NE / DCD 1600 NE,. Hey...…. please give me first option before the audio classifieds as its sooooooo quick and dem's your father and it's all over red rover. .
  4. I bought a second hand Yamaha CD-N301 Natural sound CD player to replace my old faithful Yamaha carousel aka, anchor weight (which has just died) that I used upstairs. While most of today's purchases were analog in nature, this unit sounds pretty good for the money, so why not a digital thread along the lines of, dare I say, analogous to the ever popular What have you bought today? for people to post their digital purchases, such as CDs, FLAC, CD players etc? [or is that just rhetorical?]. While I have sort of checked to see if such a thread existed, I couldn't find on as such. I am sure admin etal. will correct/move/delete this if this is incorrect. PS the CD was in the tray when I connected it up to the system.
  5. Item: Yamaha CD-S700 cd player Location:Adelaide Price: $435 Item Condition:9/10 Reason for selling:Upgraded Payment Method: cash, bank transfer In immaculate condition with no marks or scratches. Functions perfectly and comes with remote and manual. Happy to demo or deliver for local buyers. Can post at buyer's expense and would be very well packed. Receiver in photo already sold. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  6. Item: MARANTZ CD5005 CD PLAYER Location: Perth Price: $350 (extra $34.95 for shipping) Item Condition: As New Reason for selling: Downgrading set up and is no longer required. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Selling an excellent MARANTZ CD5005 CD Player which is in As New Condition, it is a well recognised, highly rated cd player giving great sound marantz is well known for. This unit still has warranty and comes with the manuals and guides with the purchase receipt and original unused power cord and remote control. The unit also comes with it's original box. Can be shipped anywhere in Australia for an extra $34.95 Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  7. Item: Rega Apollo-R CD Player Location: Sydney, NSW Price: $700 Item Condition: Used, in excellent working and cosmetic condition Reason for selling: To upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Purchased brand new from Life Style Store in September 2015 Current RRP: $1299 on https://www.stereophonic.com.au/rega-apollo-r-cd-player/ What Hi-Fi review: https://www.whathifi.com/rega/apollo-r/review Photos:
  8. Item: Audio Aero Capitole CD Player (for parts or rebuild) Location: Melbourne Price: $150 or offer Item Condition: Good cosmetic condition Reason for selling: Another project which will never be undertaken Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Deposit, COD Only Extra Info: One of the legendary CD Players. Highly regarded when it came out for its extreme musicality and 'analog' like sound. This player is for parts or rebuild only. Its missing its transport mechanism. I bought this player from a mate a couple of years ago as spares for my Audio Aero Capitole MKii. I didn't realise the players have different mechanisms so this earlier original Audio Aero Capitole (MKi) would not make a suitable donor so it has sat in a cupboard the entire time I've owned it. When i bought it from my mate it had beens sitting under his bed for some years. The mechanism is missing because he mentioned the laser failed, the mechanism was sent to the agent (Greg Osborn) to get a replacement fitted and Audio Aero went into receivership and stopped trading for a time so no mechanism ever eventuated. You may be able to use the digital inputs, may be able to use parts, may be able to source another mechanism. But its sold as parts only. Really nicely made chassis. Probably has some interesting parts inside. Super heavy top loading player that may be of interest to someone. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  9. Item: Marantz CD6005 with Remote Location: Sutherland NSW 2232 or Roseville NSW 2069 Price: $460 with bonus (32GB USB memory stick for music, and Belkin Coaxial cable) Item Condition: Mint, Like new, no scratch, no dust. Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup, COD What Hifi 5 stars ***** https://www.whathifi.com/marantz/cd6005/review The best in AUS$800-$1,200 CD Player on the market when new. This one has been used < 200 hours (USB about 150 hours, and CD only 50 hours). Don't miss it. Photos:
  10. Item: Arcam CDS27 CD player in NEW unopened condition Location: Leichhardt Price: $1,095. Item Condition: NEW - full warranty Reason for selling: Clearance Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Credit card on pick up, Direct deposit Extra Info: Can freight at extra cost The CDS27 offers outstanding performance from all forms of compatible audio media. Music from SACDs and CDs and network is delivered with outstanding quality to the very highest standards currently available. Using Arcam’s unique and hard won engineering expertise the CDS27 delivers a truly exceptional performance, regardless of the media used. SACD/CD player with network streaming SACD & CD playback UPnP and CIFS audio streaming up to 192/24 Audiophile grade playback TI/Burr Brown PCM1794 DAC Balanced and single-ended audio outputs IR and full duplex IP & RS232 control Low power 0.5W standby Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  11. Item: Marantz CD6004 CD Player Location: Williamstown Victoria Price: $350 Item Condition: Like new Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Have this fabulous CD player sitting around not getting used. Its really very good - I put it into my system last night to test and photograph it, and I'd forgotten how good it sounded. I was so taken with the sound that I played through a couple of CD's before I stopped. Has a USB input on the front so its very versatile, and can be used as a transport. Also allows you to switch off the USB input, display and digital outputs to improve the sound quality - which is the mode I use it in. The previous model was highly lauded and reviewed, beating everything at its price point and then some. This model sports a new CD mechanism, upgraded power supply, brand new DAC, new amplifier module and a new, vibration-eliminating solid metal bottom-plate. It looks much more expensive than it is, and the quality of the case and buttons would make you think so to. The CD player reproduces music in a rich, detailed but dynamic way, and has a way with rhythm that is really infectious. See What Hifi for a great review, which pretty much sums up what I think: https://www.whathifi.com/marantz/cd6004/review Alas I have too much gear and the upgrade bug has bitten me bad so I have to clear the decks, raise some funds and say goodbye to some of this lovely gear. Comes with a Marantz remote and a standard power cable if you need one, but I dont have the original packaging so I'm more interested in pick at this point. If you're interstate and really keen drop me a line and I might consider it depending on how much interest I get. Donation to SNA on successful sale. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  12. Item: Arcam CD Player to match my setup Price Range: Negotiable Item Condition: Used Extra Info: I have gone down the Arcam way, getting the FMJ A19 (Amp) & FMJ T32 (Tuner). Now I need to replace my silver Rotel CDP with an Arcam CDP as the set doesn't look right. Please reach out if you have one available in great working condition. I'm in Sydney, but I'm happy to pay for shipping if I come across a good interstate deal. Thanks, Rodrigo
  13. Item: One Redgum CD5-ENR cd player Location: Sunny Nanango 4615 Price: $350 Item Condition: excellent. Reason for selling: Has been sitting on a shelf for a long time, and I'm getting shorter and shorter on shelf space. Also, I've bought a Consonance droplet. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: It is a 2005 model and it contains a mitsubishi cd rom. Redgum players do not have remote controls or LCD screens and it is for this reason that I used the CD5 mostly as a stand alone DAC. It has a coax digital input. It has a very fast and detailed sound. Pictures:
  14. Item: FS: Yamaha CDX10000 CD Player - Limited Centennial Edition 1887-1987 Location: Northern Suburbs, Melbourne Price: $950 ono Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: Thinning out the Vintage herd Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pre Amp - No Remote, a few dings here and there. Pick up only. Lots of info here at the YAMAHA 10000 Reference Site http://www.yamaha10000.com/index.htm Jap Version 100 Volts Pictures:
  15. Item: Naim CD5i and Aktimate Mini+ speakers Location:Melbourne Price: $795 for the lot Item Condition:Excellent Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, will ship at buyers expense- but I dont have original packaging. Extra Info: Great system and sound for the study or small room- Just plug in and play. Speakers come with blue tooth unit so you can stream to them from a digital source. Naim CD player provides excellent high quality CD replay to the speakers. Speakers are in excellent condition and come with spare blue tooth units and remote. They do have some fine scratches on the top of each speaker- but very difficult to photograph. CD player is in excellent condition- no marks or scratches. it is approx 6 years old and comes with its remote. Here is some advertising info on the speakers: Aktimate Mini+ Powered Speakers-Audio System This 2-way stereo pair of speakers includes a highly efficient 2 x 40 watt class D amplifier built into one speaker which powers that speaker and the other speaker by way of a speaker cable connected to it. An iPod dock is concealed on the top of the amplified speaker. It accepts iPod & iPhone devices. (version 5 and above must use an adapter, not included) & these devices will be charged while the Aktimate is in "on" status. Besides the iPod/iPhone dock, there are other input connections as follows: 1 x stereo 3.5 mm analogue input socket 2 pairs of stereo rca analogue inputs 1 x iPod dock compatible bluetooth adapter. (plugs into iPod dock, supports A2DP & AVRCP profiles) Input selection can be accessed via the stylish remote control or by a series of short presses on the volume/control knob. There are four input options, iPod, RCA 1, RCA 2, and 3.5mm stereo jack. There is also a L/R rca stereo output that can be used to drive an active subwoofer (optional extra) In addition to being able to use your iPod/iPhone, your AktiMate Mini+ speakers have 2 other types of inputs on the rear panel. The 2 x RCA inputs (L&R) are ideal for connecting a CD player, tuner, or other line level source. The AUX 3.5mm socket is ideal for connecting to a computer sound card, AirPort Express, or other type of MP3 player. Although the Aktimate Mini+ is a flexible and attractively finished unit, it is important to appreciate that Aktimate has gone to considerable lengths to produce a system of outstanding sound reproduction. The success of this aim has been demonstrated time and time again as the various Aktimate models have enjoyed enthusiastic magazine and on-line reviews all over the world. Please pm me for any further info. Pictures:
  16. A few weeks ago I purchased a YBA Heritage A100 integrated amp. That amp performed so well that I found myself wondering if it was worth picking up the associated Heritage CD100 player as well. So I wondered and I googled and I ordered based on what I found. I must say, I am glad I did. The YBA components compliment each other very well. There are already several pics of the A100 in my 'Addicts Guide' thread but none of the CD100 so let's correct that shall we? Not the greatest pic but it does show off those toggle switches. Once you've experienced toggle switches you won't go back to buttons, toggles are so much more tactile than buttons. And an internal shot, note the R core power supply. It may not be important to some but to me the fact that those opamps are mounted in a "press in" manner that enables me to roll them with ease is a very big thing. There will be some Burson discretes tested out in this puppy by the end of the month. Edit: I just noticed I left the cd in for this pic, I do recall the YBA doing a very nice rendition of the "Gregorian Masters of Chant" album. Great atmosphere on that album. I also seem to be wearing my uggies, what an overly informative picture. And the required 'action shot'. I have yet to get to the details of this review (however it is a long weekend for me so I should be done by Monday night) so this first post is more a preview. The YBA gear gives great atmosphere, almost as effectively as the Sansui AU5900 actually. Where the Sansui uses a whole heap of warmth to impart its atmosphere the YBA's utilize a fullness of tone to achieve a similar effect. It feels like there is more meat in the middle of each note with the YBA combo and that makes the bass sound more full (not deeper or faster but it feels like it has more staying power, you can really sink your teeth into it), lets the mid range fill out the soundstage and tonally fleshes out the top end as well (piano is an absolute delight through the YBAs). The toggle switches on the cd player really work for me, for some reason it is so much more satisfying to use a toggle switch than it is to just press a button. On a more practical note it also allows for two functions per switch, up for one and down for another so YBA can utilize all the usual functions without crowding what is otherwise a very clean looking face plate. The coax input on the back is a nice addition too, so the player can double as a single input DAC. The only thing I have found that displeases me about the YBA Heritage gear so far involves the functionality of the remote control. There is no 'punch through' function on anything, so if you have selected the cd player and you want to change the volume you have to select the amp button first or the volume button is inactive. Similarly if you want to change the track that is playing and you have just adjusted the volume then you have to select the cd player first, otherwise the track forward and back buttons are inactive. A 'punch through' function on the volume control would have been nice. I will say this for the remote though, it is extremely well balanced. I'm very impressed with the YBA Heritage gear and that is without any reference to the price. At two to two and a half K per component I would say they were a good buy but since they cost $1650 for the amp and $1299 for the cd player I would say they are a screaming bargain. (they are on special though, normal RRP is $2K for the amp and $1550 for the spinner, including postage, mine were purchased from A1 Future Shop)
  17. Item: Musical Fidelity M3 CD Player Location: Len Wallis Audio, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066 Price: $999 Item Condition: Excellent Secondhand Condition Shipping: Anywhere within 12 parsecs of Earth, POA Payment Method: Credit Card, Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer, ZipPay Extra Info: From the fine fit and finish of its metal casework to the unique technology sitting inside, the M3CD exceeds expectations. The M3CD feature both a mains choke filter and a high-tech digital-stream noise filter. Such innovations enable the player to deliver technical performance; it boasts low distortion and a virtually flat frequency response, plus minimal noise and jitter.The M3CD's DAC design also draws from its high-end siblings, using cutting-edge technology to ensure excellent data recovery from your discs. Simply put, that means you'll hear more from your music. Specifications: Jitter: <135 picoseconds peak to peak Frequency Response: 10Hz to 20 kHz -0.2dB max. Signal to Noise Ratio: >117dB THD(+ noise): <0.003% 10Hz to 20 kHz Linearity: <0.1dB down to -96dB Channel Separation: 105dB 20 Hz to 20 kHz DAC:24 bit Delta-Sigma (bit stream) dual differential 8x over-sampling 1x line level RCA+ 1x RCA coaxial connector (Digital SPDIF)+ 1x Toslink optical connector (Digital SPDIF) Dimensions - WxHxD (mm): 440 x 100 x 375 Weight 6.65 kg Pictures:
  18. Item: Densen B420XS CD player, Black. Location: middle of nowhere in SE Qld Price: $1400 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Extraneous to requirements Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with the Gizmo remote control and associated charger. Contains a coaxial digital input on the back so it can be used as a single input stand alone DAC. A very smooth, very refined player. RRP was $4K aussie at time of purchase, and that was back when the aussie dollar still had some strength left in it. I have the double box with original packing so can post pretty much anywhere. Postage (anywhere within Oz) is included in the full asking price above. Pictures: The cd player being the one in the middle.
  19. Item: Musical Fidelity A5 CD Player Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066 Price: Was $1395, Now $995 Item Condition: Very good Shipping: We can ship anywhere in Australia, POA Payment Method: AMEX, Visa, Master Card, Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer, ZipMoney Extra Info: Very good condition Musical Fidelity A5 CD player. Inside the A5 is a dual differential 24-bit Delta-Sigma bit-stream DAC with 192kHz 8 x oversampled architecture claimed to feature very low jitter on the order of 135 pps, plus a single mu-Vista 6112 tube in the output stage. Frequency response is quoted as 10Hz to 20kHz +0/-0.02 dB, signal-to-noise ratio as 113dB 'A' weighted and channel separation as greater than 105dB throughout the audible range. Audio output at digital 0dB is 2.15VRMS at 1kHz and analog output impedance is 47 ohms. The A5 also provides one optical Toslink and one S/PDIF RCA digital output. Pictures:
  20. Item: ROTEL RCD855 CD PLAYER Location: ADELAIDE Price: 220 Negotiable Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: EFT, Cash, Paypal, COD + Shipping at buyers cost Extra Info: Great sounding Rotel RCD-855 CD Player using famous Phillips TDA1941A Dac + SAA7210P decoder Open, detailed highs + deeper richer bass and great dynamics like in much more expensive, higher end players. Output: Rca Analog and Digital Coax In excellent condition , no skipping or dithering. All functions working. Very fast CD loading mechanism and fast play. NB : No remote. Only known issue : Tray opens & shuts quickly, but placing finger when open stops the tray from immediately shutting for Cd loading ( see pics ) . This is a common issue with these players and can be rectified easily by removing rubber o-ring stops inside the tray . Will pack securely with bubble wrap in box, for shipping at buyers cost. High quality build, heavy with excellent power supply. See review : https://www.head-fi.org/threads/proud-new-rotel-rcd-855-owner.163783/ Stereophile : "By now, it's no secret that one of audio's biggest values has been the hugely popular Rotel RCD-855 CD player; for only $400, it offered sound quality on a par with far more expensive gear, and provided countless tentative audiophiles with the perfect interim CD player during a period of almost daily digital breakthroughs. I don't know about you, but it seems to me like Bob Harley (in whose beard we trust) has been heralding a newest bestest digital processor in every issue of Stereophile for the past couple of years now! I'm not blaming my homeslice RH, though; the Mark Levinsons, Audio Researches, Thetas, Staxes, Wadias, and VTLs have been battling it out for the title of Supreme Digital Leader with more stubborn inbred fury than a hundred Hatfields and McCoys, churning out ever-better gear almost faster than the chipmakers can cut their dies. So when Lewis Lipnick called the $400 Rotel 855 "the steal of the century" in Vol.13 No.7, a loud chorus of HUZZAHS! arose from the foxholes; finally, there was a cheap CD player that could hold its own with the big boys. Pow-er To The Pee-pull! The Rotel was the right player at the right time; basically a standard Philips 16-bit machine with better parts and a beefier power supply, the 855 found a home in thousands of happy systems the world over. " https://www.stereophile.com/content/rotel-rcd-955ax-and-rcd-965bx-cd-players Digital converter: TDA1541A, Decoder: SAA7210P, CD Mechanism: CDM-4/19 Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz Dynamic range: 96dB, S/N Noise Ratio: 100dB, Channel separation: 100dB, THD: 0.0025% Line output: 2V Dimensions: 444 x 86 x 346mm Weight: 7kg Pictures:
  21. Item: Cambridge Audio CXC CD Player Silver Location: Thornbury, Melbourne. (Local Pick Up Only) Price: $499 (RRP $799) Item Condition: Ex-Display. Some minor marks, but no major dents or deep scratches. Reason for selling: Clearance Stock Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Can be viewed in person at the Thornbury retail store before purchase. Manufacturers Sales Pitch: Designed specifically to do one thing only and do it well. The CXC spins CDs and retrieves the audio data with perfect precision so you can hear things that you’ve never heard before in tracks you’ve heard 100 times. At the heart of the CXC is Cambridge Audio's legendary ‘S3’ servo design. Designed for efficient recovery of CD digital data with state of the art error correction it’s been engineered to play audio CDs brilliantly. Multi-purpose drives simply can’t compete. The design was developed for Cambridge's flagship 851C CD player, giving minimal disc jitter and excellent error correction for precise and accurate playback of CDs. Specs and Features: DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUTS: S/PDIF coaxial and TOSLINK optical S/PDIF OUTPUT IMPEDANCE: <75ohms MAX POWER CONSUMPTION: 25 W STANDBY POWER CONSUMPTION: <0.5W DIMENSIONS (H x W x D): 85mm x 430mm x 315mm (3.1" x 16.9" x 12.4”) WEIGHT: 4.7kg (10.3lbs) GAPLESS PLAYBACK: Yes Condition: New Open Box Ex Display Unit. This unit was used for display purposes in a retail environment, minor scratches are present, but no major dents or deep scratches. Excellent working condition. Includes Full Manufacturers Warranty Feel free to ask for more information.
  22. Item: Sony CDP-XA7ES CD Player (Black) Location: East Brighton, VIC Price: $1,100 $880 Item Condition: Used, Excellent condition (1 minor mark on edge of side, see photo below) Reason for selling: Excess equipment not used Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Only (note I no longer have the packing box and the unit is 15kg) Extra Info: There are many articles about this player on the web. It was Sony's last top of the range CD(only) player and rated Class A by Stereophile. Unit has not been used for many years as I misplaced the 'cd puck' when moving and only recently found it! Unit functions and is in great condition as the photos show, no issues. Unit comes with the user manual, remote control, an electronic copy of the service manual(which I'll email to the buyer) and the brochure as shown in the pictures below. Stereophile review: https://www.stereophile.com/cdplayers/sony_cdp-xa7es_cd_player/index.html Pictures:
  23. Item: One modified CD100 Linear Consonance cd player with terra firma clock and enhanced power supply. Location: Sunny Nanango, Qld, 4615. Price: $250 (the terra firma clock was $750 on its own) Item Condition: Excellent. Reason for selling: I can only run so many cd players at one time. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Modified by Joe Rassmussen who installed the Terra Firma clock. Joe also installed a second analogue output option (note the two sets of outputs seen in pic 3). The ones on the left use the original Consonance output architecture, the ones on the right come straight from the DAC chip outputs. The ones on the right are lower in volume but cleaner in sound quality. Pictures:
  24. Item: Redgum CD5ENR 2005 model. Location: Nanango, Qld, 4615 Price: $450 firm Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: I have 5 cd players and need to cull a few. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Made with custom silver wiring for the first owner. This model does not have a remote control so I was only using it as a DAC. Very detailed, very energetic and very fast sound. No original box, will wrap securely before packing. Will also test play before sending. Pictures: Here is a pic of it sitting on top of the pre and mono-block amps I used to have.
  25. Item: Luxman D-05U CD Player Location: Adelaide Price: $4500 Item Condition: New - Store Demo Unit Reason for selling: Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Credit Card Extra Info: CD/SACD Player LxDTM Drive mechanism Dual 32 bit DAC USB input192kHz 32 bit pcm coax & optical in Fully balanced output RRP $5999 Full Warranty Pictures:
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