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  1. Item: One Exposure 2010S2D Integrated Amplifier Location: Sunny Nanango Price: $1450 (plus postage) I'll be using Aust Post. Item Condition: Demo unit, presents as new (Terry and I were very easy on it, it was only fed premium analogue signals and only hooked up to the best speakers in the room) Reason for selling: Bit of a story here. It was meant to go back to Andrew at Audiofix before he fled the country to attend some show or other but it didn't. So either it takes up space at my place until Andrew gets back or it gets sold off beforehand. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Links to the manufacturers website, my SNA review and Terry's and my GTG results below. Comes with the remote control, power cord, original box and packing. Full warranty applies via Audiofix. https://www.exposurehifi.com/products/item/2010s2d-integrated-amplifier.html https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/264806-exposure-2010s2d-review/ https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/263126-terry-o-and-cafads-integrated-amp-challenge/page/5/ Pics:
  2. Item: Exposure 3010 Stereo Power Amplifier Location: Blue Mountains NSW Price: $680 $590 Item Condition: Very good (perfectly functional, minor cosmetic wear) Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought this amp from the forums in 2017, and it has mainly done HT duties as well as spinning 10 hours or so of vinyl each week. The amp has performed flawlessly and presents as warm and emotive, ie. the Exposure house sound. The amp is rated at 100w / channel into 8 Ohms, and has the capability to run as a mono amp, as well as the option to biwire. Note: the amp only takes banana plugs. Cosmetically, there are minor blemishes and some light scratches on the top of the unit. I have the original box, and happy to post. https://www.exposurehifi.com/images/quickstart/3010_Power_Amplifier_QS_Manual_web.pdf Specs: Power Output (Stereo): 100 Watts per channel at 1KHz into 8 Ohms Power output (bridged mono): 110 Watts at 1KHz into 8 Ohms Input Impedance: 18K ohms Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20 KHz ±0.5dB Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.015% at rated output ref 1 KHz Signal to noise: >100 dB ref rated output Channel Separation: >60dB, 20Hz - 20KHz Mains Supply: 110/120V or 220/240V, 50/60Hz (factory set) Power Consumption: <350VA, 8 ohm load both channels driven Dimensions (H x W x D): 115mmx440mmx300mm Net Weight (unpacked): 11kg Gross Weight (packed): 13kg Pictures:
  3. Exposure 2010S2D. After hearing the 3010S2D, and having owned a 2010S and a 1010 I have maintained a passing interest in the Exposure line up of integrated amps. I have very fond memories of the 2010S, but those are fairly old memories now, and of an amp used in a different room with different speakers. So I don’t know for sure how well those memories will hold up. As with the 3010S2D this unit was supplied by Andrew from Audiofix. My memories of the 2010S are more about an amp with character than they are about technical capabilities or performance. The 2010, being a power amp with a passive volume control, comes across as a laid back, calm and comfortable piece of gear. The music has no sharp edges, no hardness or harshness, in fact if you were to describe it as “a bit soft sounding” they you would be pretty close. It isn’t an amp that excels at fast drum solos (although it isn’t half bad at those), it really specializes in slower passages. It is fairly phlegmatic in its approach to musical reproduction, and that is just fine by me. This review started out with me being fairly sure I knew what to expect, I’ve heard this amp before and while I hadn’t heard it in my current room or on my current system I have heard several other amps on both old and new systems and I knew where the 2010 lay within those other amps presentations. Lucky for me I was correct and the 2010 does sound very much as I expected it would, but as with any audio story there is so much more to it than that. In the beginning I was listening to the 2010S2D using my traditional set up. YBA Heritage cd100 as source, Aurealis Dragon interconnects, generic old 10AWG speaker wire and Lenehan S2R speakers. And it was sounding pretty good. A bit soft in the top end (which I expected, and will explain shortly) but the mid range was very nice with possibly a little more resolution and detail on display than I recalled. Bass was nice and deep but for the most part it was kept on a short leash, very deep but very broad. Bass is used to set the mood and to back up the mid range, it isn’t the main feature so not punchy, and more polite than tight. Then I tried the little Exposure out with my newly modded Sansui SP-300S stand mounts (with new crossovers) and found that they combined so much better with the amp than my Lenehans did. The Sansuis have a hard tweeter that gives more energy to the top end and that works in this case to counter the relaxed top end of the Exposure where as when the relaxed top end of the Exposure combined with the slightly softer top end of the Lenehans some of the top end details only came through when the volume was turned up higher than usual. So the Sansuis worked far better at low listening levels, better at normal listening levels and only just better at high listening levels. However, in the past I’ve always used the Lenehans for my reviewing. Consistency is key in this game after all, so even though I was really enjoying the Sansuis I took them out of the system and put the Lenehans back in. Things went back to the way they were and I had an additional piece of info to offer up when it came time to write my review. All good there. Then Terry stuck his nose into the review (to be fair to Terry, he didn’t do so deliberately, but he did ask me to do him a favour and that had a pretty serious impact on the review) and complicated matters further. Terry had just bought a cd player from Dan, Dan and I know each other and both live out in the Kingaroy-ish area. Since I’m meant to be heading down to Terry’s place in a week or two I’ve been asked to take the cd player along for the ride and deliver it. All well and good, no problems there. But! Then Terry asks me for my opinion on the cd player (again to be fair to Terry, I don’t think he knew I was trying my damndest to get this 2010S2D review started this weekend) and I agreed because playing with new toys is what this hobby is all about. And because I’ve always wanted to hear this Consonance Droplet that people are talking about. So earlier this morning I pull the Droplet out of its box and set it up on my vibration platform. Within 20 seconds I’m hearing that this puppy is clearly superior to my YBA and not just in a small way. It completely transformed the performance of the system and it really raised the performance of the Exposure as well. Instruments and vocals were clearer and the bass tightened up and deepened just a little further. I believe a big part of this improvement comes from the Droplet having a very low output impedance. Remember my mention of that passive pre/volume control above? Well it shares that particular design with the ME240 and I’ve already found that the ME240 behaves far better when paired with a low output source (or when used with an impedance buffer in between it and the source). I believe that the YBA has a fairly high output impedance (read weak signal if you aren’t up to date on the whole impedance matching game) and the Droplet has a much lower one (read strong signal, so it can push through the passive volume pot without losing any strength or detail). So, give the 2010 a stronger signal and it sounds like it has more resolution and detail. No real surprise there I guess but it is nice to know from experience rather than deduction. The problem now is going to be going back to my YBA for all the nitty-gritty evaluating and awarding numbers to each category. That will not be an easy thing. This promises to be a bit of a long and rambling review ladies and gents. Best settle in for a multiple post review put up over several weeks. I will do my best to make it thorough but it could turn out a bit on the long winded side. Just letting everyone know ahead of time.
  4. Item: Exposure 3010 Stereo Power Amplifier Location: Blue Mountains, NSW Price: $680 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup / Post - Cash, Paypal I bought this amp off the forums in 2017, and it has mainly done HT duties as well as spinning 10 hours or so of vinyl each week. The amp has performed flawlessly and presents as warm and emotive, ie. the Exposure house sound. The amp is rated at 100w / channel into 8 Ohms, and has the capability to run as a mono amp, as well as the option to biwire. Note: the amp only takes banana plugs. Cosmetically, there are minor blemishes and some light scratches on the top of the unit. I have the original box, so happy to post. https://www.exposurehifi.com/images/quickstart/3010_Power_Amplifier_QS_Manual_web.pdf Specs: Power Output (Stereo): 100 Watts per channel at 1KHz into 8 Ohms Power output (bridged mono): 110 Watts at 1KHz into 8 Ohms Input Impedance: 18K ohms Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20 KHz ±0.5dB Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.015% at rated output ref 1 KHz Signal to noise: >100 dB ref rated output Channel Separation: >60dB, 20Hz - 20KHz Mains Supply: 110/120V or 220/240V, 50/60Hz (factory set) Power Consumption: <350VA, 8 ohm load both channels driven Dimensions (H x W x D): 115mmx440mmx300mm Net Weight (unpacked): 11kg Gross Weight (packed): 13kg Pictures:
  5. Item: Exposure 2010 Integrated Amplifier Location: VIC - Donvale, prefer pickup (can deliver within Melb) Price: $390 + postage (buyer pays postage) Item Condition: very good condition, in perfect working condition; cosmetics-normal minor wear and tear due to age Reason for selling: change of direction.. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, bank transfer Extra Info: Solid 50wpc SS amp that can drive most speakers well, made in UK. Comes with original remote. Legendary British design with a warm and articulate midrange, punchy and extended low end and clear, airy treble. Punches way above its price tag! Pictures:
  6. Item: Exposure 2010 Integrated Amplifier Location: Horsham, Victoria (buyer pays postage) Price: $650 Item Condition: 8-9/10 Great condition for being a few years old. Hardly any scratches (very tiny). Remote in perfect condition. Reason for selling: Other things to buy. Audio addict! Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought this second hand about 2 years ago. It has run my PMC's, Usher S-520's, Arron ATS-5's all with no problems. States 50w/ch however I would guarantee quite a bit more and good current. Note: You need to use banana plugs at the amplifier end. Pictures:
  7. Item: Exposure 3010 Power Amplifier Location: Horsham, Victoria (Will post) Price: $850 (postage included) Item Condition: Near new. Only been used maybe 20 hours. Light scratch on top and top of front face (see pictures). Not very noticable. Perfect working order. Reason for selling: Sansui adventures. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank transfer Extra Info: Only had this for about 18 months from new. Been boxed most of the time. Been on one journey to Queensland for Cafad to have a listen. 100w/ch of pure English power. Very detailed, warm and silky smooth. Bi-ampable. Not 100% sure I'm going to sell yet because these are a fine amp and not easy to get hold of. More likely to sell than not though. NOTE: Exposure amps ONLY accept banana speaker plugs. No bare wire or spades. Pictures: Note: Last pic from internet.
  8. Item: Exposure 2010s Power Amplifier Location: Blackburn South, VIC (AH) and South Wharf, VIC (BH) Price: $300, local pickup only Item Condition: Very good condition Reason for selling: Trying something different Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This Exposure is power amp only. So if you have an Exposure integrated 2010s, this would be a very nice addition for bi-amping. Or run as a power amp with a pre. I bought this from HiFi Exchange a couple of years ago and was very happy with it for a long time. Driving a pair of KEF LS50. Below is a review on this amp. http://www.avhub.com.au/product-reviews/hi-fi/exposure-2010s-power-amplifier-392634 I do not have a box for this amp, so it is local pickup only. Pictures:
  9. One Silver Exposure Classic 28 power amp rated at 70wpc into 8 Ohms. Item: Exposure Classic 28 Power Amp (in sliver) Location: Bowen Price: $1200 (including postage to anywhere in Australia) Item Condition: Excellent, perhaps 200 hours of operation. Reason for selling: A little too warm for my liking. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Retailed for about $5K when new. Check out http://www.exposurehifi.com/classics.html for more info. I also have a Classic 21 preamp available (in black) for $750 (including postage to anywhere in Oz) Pictures: Classic pre and power. And with some friends in my big comparo a while back. I could have sworn I had an internal pic as well but it appears I don't . Oh well, additional pics by request if anyone really wants to see the innards. Edit: Almost forgot, this amp does not like high capacitance speaker cables, so braided cat 5 cables, ribbontek (or ribbonflex) or gertz are out of the question! I've tried the first two and I've included the third by reputation.
  10. The original idea here was to perform a two way shootout between the Redgum and Burson systems but while I was waiting for the Burson gear to show up I managed to get my hands on the Exposure Classic 28 and Classic 21 components so why not make it a 3 way comparison? After all the more the merrier, right? I have resolved that, for the sake of this trio of tests, I will take every step possible to make the systems sound their best. The only parts of the system that will stay unchanged throughout is the speakers and the speaker cables, I will swap and change ICs and cd spinners as I deem necessary. Due to a bizarre condition that I can only assume is my own personal curse I have had 'issues' with each and every system here. In the case of the Exposure gear this curse manifested in two ways. The first was the fact that the classic 21 was shipped from the UK packed on its back (this is assuming that the 'this way up' stickers were obeyed by the posties) with no packing. Well, OK, there was actually plenty of packing but all of it was on top of the upside down preamp and so of little use. I mentioned this to the seller and he told me that it was packed by the idiot son of his brothers first marriage (or something of the sort) and offered to have the boy neutered just to make me feel better. I doubt that actually happened but at least he offered! Thankfully it has performed flawlessly so it obviously survived its crossing of half the globe in good condition. The classic 28 caused me all sorts of anguish, it gave me a "bass note of death" experience, it's hard to forget one of those! And when I got it back from the tech (who could find no fault) one of the channels failed within a minute. The details are available in a separate thread; http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/54890-when-a-power-amp-goes-bad-goes-dc/ for anyone who wants the details. The solution was to use low capacitance speaker cables, which means the expensive Lenehans and not so expensive but much loved LBP Taranuis are out of contention. So I am forced to use something different, I chose the massively thick (7 gauge!) Redgum cables and the 28 hasn't missed a beat since. 1. Exposure Classic 21 Pre and Classic 28 Power amps. These puppies RRP'ed at close to $5K each when new so I was hoping for big things. The Classic 21 has a TT that looks to be the same size as the ones in the 28, I am guessing 350VA. Not bad for a pre that will use about 25 watts at most, you just have to love that level of over-engineering! The 28 is a dual mono design so the two channels share a power cord and on switch and that is all, it's all separate after that, a TT feeds each channel. Almost monoblocks but not quite. I tried the Exposures with my now standard consonance cd120 and I have to say they sounded pretty crappy. There was too much of everything, too much mid range, too much bass and I had trouble hearing what was happening in the highs because there was too much of the mid range muscling in on it. Not really knowing what was going on I tried the Myryad Z114 and everything fell into place. The darker nature of the Z114 was obviously what the doctor ordered (is this a case of English gear being happier to work with other English gear I wonder?). It was all good after that! I tried Aurealis ICs from cd to pre and pre to pwr but it was a bit too much for the highs, I tried Lenehan Ribbonflex for both runs and it came out to be a bit too much in the mids, in the end I used the Ribbonflex for the cd to pre run and Aurealis from pre to pwr. That did the trick. And now the details. Highs: Emerge delicately from a background of black, plush velvet, the detail on display is very impressive. Softly played piano is the best I have heard. Trumpets are just the right mix of rasp and prap, triangle is maybe a little crystalline in that is has more tinkle than twinkle. 8.0 Mids: nicely sweet in a bit of a “glam rock†kind of way, very nicely expressed over the top of the bass not quite as much detail available as there is in the highs but that is ok as there just doesn’t need to be. The only solid criticism I can find here is that there is a distinct lack of ‘zing’ in the transients, the Exposures are much more analytical and correct than they are energetic. Even so, very, very good. 7.5 Bass: This is the region where the Exposures shine, strong, full, expansive and enough to fill the room to the point where it leaks out the windows. The bass usually has something of a calming effect on me when it is on display like this, it fills the room with a mellow thunder, so it can manage to be both calming and spine tingling at the same time! It also has something of a liquidity to it and you have to love Evanescence when the gear can fill the room with mellow, calming, tingling, liquid thunder! Oh yeah, can’t help but love it! 8.0 (and I reserve the right to increase that to an 8.5 depending on the results of the next two stages of this exercise) Vocals: Female: Beautifully detailed and expressive but more airy than breathy and not particularly sweet at all. Whereas some amps focus on vocals the Exposures seem to treat them as just another instrument which means great detail but a bit of a ‘loss of sexiness’ in the case of female vocals. Even so, there is something to be said for listening to artists like Amy Lee and Norah Jones with just a little bit of sexiness removed, they still sound brilliant but you appreciate them for being an artist rather than for being sexy or good looking or desirable. Made me not only appreciate the performance more but gave me a different way to look at things and that is not easily done. 8.0 Male: The same treatment that seems to remove a bit of sexiness from the ladies seems to add a bit of it to the guys. You can pick the changes in pitch presented by ‘big range’ singers like Freddie Mercury and Justin Hawkins so much easier than before. It even lets you pick a few small alterations in pitch in the voice of Mark Knopfler, which is not something I thought even occurred. So, in short, it actually does a better job with the boys than the girls. 8.5 2D Soundstaging: Channel separation and stereo effects are crisp and clear. For the purpose of this comparison I am setting the Exposures performance at 7.0 and I’ll compare the Burson and Redgum directly to that score. 3D Soundstaging: well controlled but a bit shallow due to its personality (see below). Setting this at 7.0 as well. Overall Performance Integration: Listening from afar, The Exposures give you a performance that is definitely in front of you, like a show on stage. It doesn’t try to draw you in to the middle of the music but lets you appreciate and judge from a slightly removed position. I must say that I have never heard anything quite like it before, which makes it hard to score, it certainly seems to be very good at what it does so I’ll give it a 7.5. Ability to Emote: A bit strange in the emotion stakes. Since it doesn’t draw you in and make you feel a part of or surrounded by the music but rather lets you watch the performance from a step back I’m going to have to score this one based on how effective I feel it is doing its job rather than how much it makes my spine tingle or my eyes tear up (not that that ever happens!) and since it does its job very well indeed that means it scores quite high. 8.0 Electric Guitar Test: Again very interesting. I started out with an 8.0 but marked it down to 7.5 on the second round due to a lack of ‘edgyness’ but had to bring it back up to an 8.0 again once I noticed an extra level of detail that was available in and behind the guitars sound and while I was trying to work out how much detail was actually there I noticed that it uses a sort of mid-range ‘reverb’ effect to give the guitar the energy that it should usually have from said edginess that I thought was lacking. Once I noticed that I just had to mark it up to 8.5. So it scores as well as the Burson, even though it gets there in a slightly different way. 80’s Rock Test: Excellent, very clear and yet not overly processed or artificially clean. That sort of ‘reverb’ effect is very good but not quite as good as the ‘edgy rawness’ that I expect from some of the big hair rock bands. So it comes in as the third or fourth best I have heard rather than second or first. 8.5 Personality Summary: Crisp sounds are amazingly crisp, excellent snap too but the overall effect is not crisp or snappy, more fresh, open and clear in the mids and highs and that wonderfully fluid, strong and all encompassing bass underneath. Sort of like a world class garden salad served on top of a triple layer mud cake! Right about now I am very happy that I took the punt and decided to add the Exposure gear to this otherwise two way comparison. Very happy indeed. Next up, a revised review of the Burson gear (assuming it needs revising, there's no way to know without having a long, hard listen!) And photos, several photos. Cheers, Cafad.
  11. EOI for Monitor Audio GS 60 floorstanders. Santos Rosewood real wood veneer Original rrp I believe was close to $6k * Location- Melbourne Inner North * Item condition description- In excellent condition BUT a bass driver has several almost indiscernible dimples from a wayward small finger. It does not affect performance and is visible when close. In fact a friend pointed it out to me after I had bought them. I'll post photos when I get to it but do not be put off by this if you are looking for high quality speakers like these. They present beautifully, both sonically and visually. I bought these from Johns Hi Fi exchange late 2012 and they were sold with out the grilles so the listing is for the speakers only. They look stunning without the grilles and the quality and workmanship is highly evident. I partnered these with a Musical fidelity A5 but they are actually very easy to drive. * Price and price conditions- $2200 * Reason for selling- Restlessness and money for upgrade * Payment Methods: Cash - Pickup, Paypal or Australia Post COD * Extra Info: I prefer pick up only but can take to the nearest pack and send if delivery is required. Happy to audition them if convenient. The blurb from Monitor Audio http://www.monitoraudio.com.au/support/past-products/gold-gs/gs60/#/overview Developing the discrete cavity technology of the GS20, the four-driver GS60 recreates the deep bass and authentic scale of a performance, bringing lifelike power, dynamics and realism to music and film. Yet its tall, slender appearance is anything but overpowering. Like all models in the Gold Signature range, the flagship is a monument to the cabinet-maker's art: immaculate real wood or piano gloss finishes are blended with modern industrial design and superb attention to detail. Even if you think you've heard it all before, the GS60 will take your breath away. Anti-resonance build: driver held by innovative zinc alloy clamp system; traditional tongue and groove construction; extensive vertical and radial internal bracing. 6 1/2 inch die-cast aluminium chassis bass and bass-mid drivers featuring a new Rigid Surface Technology RST®II, C-CAM® alloy cone profile. A new 1" C-CAM gold dome tweeter extends high frequency performance to beyond 40KHz. HiVe®II port design: the new port technology uses a straight rifled construction to aid air flow and reduce turbulence. - See more at: http://www.monitoraudio.com.au/support/past-products/gold-gs/gs60/#/overview * Pictures Photos of actual speakers to follow soon sorry
  12. Item: Exposure 3010S2 "Stereo" Power Amplifier Location: Perth, WA Price: 750 + postage Item Condition: excellent - no marks i can see Reason for selling: Unfortunately the AV receiver i just got (Yamaha rx v673) cant integrate an external amp to drive my front speakers which is what i planned to do. Those sneaky sods at Yamaha, it shows the functionality available in the manual, however the manual is for both the rx v673/773. The 773 has this ability, not the 673...i guess i should have paid attention to the fine print before buying! Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, bank transfer Extra Info: This is in excellent shape, no marks or scratches i can see. Its a reassuringly solid unit with a really nice finish, described on the website as having a "full-aluminium casework and extruded front panel to control resonance and stray electro-magnetic fields". I have the original box and packaging, along with quick start guide etc. Believe i am the third owner. The first owner paid around $1,200 AUD in early 2012. (I have receipt) As my wife loves the yamaha and how its created less "clutter" (... sound is unimportant obviously), and i no longer have a pre-amp, this power amp must now go :/ Please note: this unit can only accept banana plugs (see picture of rear of unit). Looks really clean, and i quite like the implementation, however anyone who uses spades or bare wire for that matter, cant use this power amp or will have to get different speaker cable. • Power Output (Stereo) : 110 Watts per channel at 1KHz into 8 Ohms • Input Impedance : 18K Ohms • Frequency Response : 20Hz - 20Khz ± 0.5dB • Total Harmonic Distortion : <0.015% at rated output, ref. 1KHz • Signal to Noise Ratio : >100dB, ref. rated output • Channel Separation : >60dB, 20Hz - 20KHz • Mains Supply : 110/120V or 220/240V, 50/60Hz (factory set) • Power Consumption : <400VA, 8 Ohm load both channels driven • Dimensions - H x W x D : 115mm x 440mm x 300mm • Nett Weight (unpacked) : 12kg • Gross Weight (packed) : 14kg You can get more info here: http://www.exposurehifi.com/3010s2-stereo-power-amplifier.html Pictures:
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