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  1. Further information: It was refurbished. All capacitors were checked. Critical electrolyte capacitances were replaced with WIMA one. The power lamp is replaced with a LED. The BIAS adjustment is done. Speaker terminals are upgraded. https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/sansui/au-101.shtml Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Further information: Very good condition. Original box, manuals etc. I bought it from Denis White HIFI and Home Cinema on 14-Feb-2019. I will provide a hard copy of the invoice. Still under warranty - ten (10) years in total, so nine years left, however I called the guys at Denis White HiFi and they said those warranties are not transferable, which is in line with what I know about warranties for audio products in Australia. Note: This unit comes with the MIND 1 module. The current model available from Australian distributors like Addicted to Audio (link below) comes with the new MIND 2 module. https://addictedtoaudio.com.au/products/simaudio-moon-ace-all-in-one-music-player More Information About MIND 2 In addition to all original MiND 1 features, MiND 2 is Roon Ready, offers multi-room synchronized playback, streams MQA* audio files and is compatible with TIDAL Masters (MQA*), Qobuz Sublime+ & Deezer Hi-Fi. Via Ethernet connection, MiND 2 can stream up to 32-bit/384kHz and DSD256. *Requires MQA DAC for full MQA decoding. MIND 1 module can be updated to MIND 2 by an authorised dealer in Australia at some cost. Inputs/Outputs in the rear photo I can ship this across Australia. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Further information: Picked this one up from another SNA member just 2 days ago. Does not fit properly in our inbuilt entertainment unit. Its too big depth wise. Will have to sell it unfortunately. Selling for the same price I paid for it. Its a very solid amp and is in great condition. Has lots of inputs and does HT bypass too. Comes with remote and power cable. No packaging etc so Pickup only is preferred. Link to original ad Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Hi This is actually a reply to another SN member's review of his Luxman 509X Int Amp. After replying, I thought it would be nice to share it with other SN members. Just my thoughts on the three Luxman amps I have owned over the last few years. I have been lucky enough in the last few years to have own the 550AX Class A as my first Luxman Int Amp, then due to a house move, needed more power, I got the 590AXII Class A, now living most of my time in Thailand, I am enjoying the 509X Class AB. I have also listened to the 507uX Class AB extensively. My gear from the 550AX to 590AXII and 509X haven't changed - Macbook > JRiver or Roon App > Chord Hugo TT DAC (Cable = Audioquest Diamond USB from Mac to Hugo TT) > every Luxman Amp (Cables = MIT SL8 RCA interconnects) > Spendor D7 SPEAKERS (Cables MIT SL 9). Quick rating of each amp: 1. 550AX Class A 20 watts pc. (Build - 8) - (Look - 10 - if you like the Retro style) - (Power/Drive - 8 - ONLY if you have a small room, efficient speakers & don't listen loud) - (Clarity/Details - 7) - (Quietness - 7) - (Soul/Emotion - 8) 2. 590AXII Class A 30 watts pc. (Build - 9) - (Look - 10 - if you like the Retro style) - (Power/Drive - 8 - ONLY if you have a small/medium room & efficient speakers) - (Clarity/Details - 8) - (Quietness - 8) - (Soul/Emotion - 9) 3. 509X Class AB 120 watts pc. (Build - 9.5) - (Look - 10 - if you like the Retro style) - (Power/Drive - 9.5 - Most room sizes and most speakers) - (Clarity/Details - 9.5) - (Quietness - 9.5) - (Soul/Emotion - 8) Quick summary of each amp: 1. 550AX Class A 20 watts pc. Fantastic Class A Int Amp. Low power, which leads to other limitations. Only buy if you don't have enough money to buy the 590AXII for more Power and Soul/Emotion. 2. 590AXII Class A 30 watts pc. Great Class A Int Amp. Still low power for larger rooms. BUT simply amazing tones that ooze Soul and Emotion especially in vocals and acoustic music. Luxman Class A Masterpiece. 3. 509X Class AB 120 watts pc. Stunning Class AB Int Amp. Tons of power and punch. So quiet, so much details, so clean, etc. Only negative against the 590AXII - doesn't have that Luxman Class A Soul and Emotion. Against Class AB Amp in this price range, the 509X has very few to no rivals. My "Ultimate" Amp: *A Luxman because of the build quality, features and acceptable price. Compared to nearest & equal rival, Accuphase, Luxmans are a bargain. *A Luxman Class A Int Amp for the tone, soul and emotions that they produce. *A Luxman Class A 60 watts pc Int Amp!! - maybe impossible and imagine the heat! Play more music! To the 2 SN members who bought my 550AX and 590AXII, hope you are enjoying them. Photos of 550AX, 590AXII and 509X
  5. Item: NAD C325BEE stereo integrated amp 50 W per ch 8ohms. Location:Melbourne (Heidelberg) Price: $250 Item Condition: good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only Extra Info: A nice sounding amp in good condition. Original remote included. I don’t have the box, hence no shipping. Photos:
  6. 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!
  7. Item: NAD C355 BEE Integrated Amplifier Location: MELB 3030 Price: 350 plus postage if required Item Condition:Excellent Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought this about 10 months ago from another SNA member. Very nice sounding amp and is in excellent cosmetic condition. Comes with original remote and generic power cord. Power output: 80 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.02% Damping factor: 160 Input sensitivity: 300mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 98dB (line) Dimensions: 435 x 116 x 292mm Weight: 8.5kg Pick up is preferred but can pack safely and post at buyer's cost and risk if required. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  8. Item: Indiana Line Puro 800 Integrated Amp - Italian Made Location: Southern Sydney (2232) Price: 600 ono plus postage Item Condition: Great, other than a couple of light superficial scratches on the top Reason for selling: NLR / funding upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Original RRP was EUR 1,200 in 2014, now available for EUR 869. The RRP if ever released in Australia would've been about $2k ( when EUR 1.2k ) or 1.3k ( when EUR 869 ). This unit was imported by @Cafad a couple of years ago and I bought it from him about a year ago. It is a great little unit and has an onborad DAC. Here are the specs... • 2 x 80 watt rms / 2 channel driven (8 ohm) • 2 x 110 watt rms / 2 channel driven (4 ohm) • 10 ÷ 80000 Hz +/- 0.5 dB frequency response • 20 ÷ 20000 Hz +/- 0.5 dB (Phono) • 0.006% THD @ 1 KHz (80% nominal power) • > 92 dB A weighted signal noise ratio (CD, Aux) • > 82 dB A weighted (MM Phono) • 400 mV / 47 Kohm input sensitivity • 1.2 mV (MM Phono) • 750 mV / 600 ohm pre output • 24 bit / 192 KHz digital to analog converter • 500 mVpp / 75 ohm coaxial input • JEITA format / CP-1212 optical input • 32-96 KHz USB input sampling • 220 ÷ 240 VAC / 50 Hz power supply • 280 W max power consumption • dimensions : 430 x 88 x 345 mm • weight : 8.2 Kg • remote control included Here is a review... https://headmania.org/2015/04/23/indiana-line-puro-800-integrated-speaker-amplifier-review/ And for the Italians amongst us... Photos: First two images are from the internet, then my unit
  9. Item: Hegel H200 Location: Sydney Price: $1850 $1700 (Local pickup prefer. I can also deliver within reasonable distance. I have boxes and packaging.) Item Condition: Good. Works fine. No damage or scratches. Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, PayPal, Direct bank transfer. I will consider interstate buyer, who will pay postage, but obviously prefer local sale first. Extra Info: I bought this from SNA member @trippinonprozac about 2 years ago just to try out a Hegel at cheap price based on all the great reviews online. I have since upgraded, so selling this at a lower price than what I paid so others can continue to enjoy this hobby. Well looked after in pet free, smoke free, kids free home. I also noticed previous owner has upgraded with Furutech RCA connectors. I can demo for serious buyer if you get back to me soonish, as I am gonna pack it away before Xmas time to free up space in my unit. It also has HT bypass. A lot of amp for this price See Tech specs in photo below for all other info of interest: Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  10. Item: One Technical Brain TB-Zero/Int (integrated amp) Location: Sunny Nanango, southern Qld Price: $14,600 (including postage within Oz) Item Condition: Very good, no obvious scratches or marks. Fully operational. Reason for selling: I'm trying to consolidate my gear. Thought I had a buyer for this amp but unfortunately that sale didn't end up happening so I thought I would list it officially and see what happens. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I have the original box. Please note this amp does not have a remote control function. More information available in the links below. Note the Technical Brain website is in Japanese and will need translation. https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/251642-technical-brain-tb-zeroint-review/ http://www.technicalbrain.co.jp/products_tb_zero_int.htmls https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/263126-terry-o-and-cafads-integrated-amp-challenge/page/4/ Pics:
  11. Item: Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum integrated amp. Location: sydney Price: $1700 (now $1600) Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+3%), Bank Transfer Extra Info: Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum, with tube cage, The amp is a few years old, has been flawless...with amazing sound. The tube cage is a seperate add-on, and will have to be shipped seperately, so prefer pickup. I have used this amp to drive the Wilson Sashas with beautiful sound. Any questions, please ask lots of great reviews available for reading on the net for the awards, reviews on the Cronus Magnum... It comes with remote and original boxes. If shipping is required it can be discussed. Specifications - 100WPC Magnum - Remote volume control included - 20Hz-30Khz bandwidth - Phono section gain 35dB (before preamp) - (3) line level inputs, (1) phono input - (1) variable output, (1) fixed output - Headphone amplifier - 4 and 8 ohm taps - Optional tube cage - 25kg shipping weight Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  12. 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.
  13. Item: Luxman 505u Integrated Amp Location: Adelaide, SA Price: 2500 Item Condition: Excellent, mint condition Reason for selling: Purchased a Devialet 220 Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only. Extra Info: Two things to note: - The remote is dodgy with its Volume control; over the years I have either changed volume manually or use an external DAC as preamp. - I imported the 505u direct from Japan so it was assembled for the Japanese market and set to 100volt mains electricity. Therefore it comes with a Kashimura TI-20 step-up transformer (photos attached). There has never been any issue playing it here in Adelaide. The Luxman has been in daily use since July 2010. It has always worked well and given me great listening pleasure. A User Manual and the original Brochure are attached. The 505u has a phono input with both MM & MC selections. It can be used as a pre-amp only or power amp only. The 505u weighs 21kg with dimensions: 467(W)x179(H)x437(D) mm. The transformer weighs 4.5kg and its dimensions are 170x135x100mm. I will post both items if there is no buyer in Adelaide for pickup - postage costs would have to be checked and agreed to. I still have the original box available for transportation. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved. Luxman L-505u manual.pdf Luxman L-505u Brochure.pdf
  14. Item: Luxman L-509U Integrated Amplifier Location: 3183 Price: $5900 Item Condition: as new Reason for selling: need money Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: The highest-class model of LUXMAN Integrated Amplifier. I am one only owner. Bought new for $8000 in 2012 The amp has never been repaired, works very well. No issues, can give a week warranty. The unit has never been loud more then 9am because I live in a flat and I like my neighbors. Continuous effective output: 120W + 120W -8ohm 240W + 240W 4 ohm reproduction frequency: PHONO: 20Hz ~ 20,000Hz 0.5dB) LINE: 20Hz ~ 100kHz (+ 0, -3.0dB) SN ratio: PHONO (MM): 91dB or more PHONO (MC): 75dB or more LINE: 107dB or more Dimension: W 467 x H 179 x D 435 mm Weight: 28 kg Preferably Pickup Also look another my amp Sansui AU-a607DR amp for sale on this site. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  15. Item: Melody H34 Signature Integrated Amplifier Location: Melbourne Price: $1800 Item Condition: 9/10 Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is my very first amplifier into the world of tubes and valves. A lot of time and money was invested in tube rolling to get the right synergy out of the amplifier with the right tubes. Original valves have been replaced with Mullard reissue El34, Mullard 5AR4, Brimar 6SL7 and Ken Rad 6SN7. Over $600 worth of tubes there alone. Amplifier is in excellent condition for its age and presents itself beautifully in its deep piano black chassis. Will come with its original double boxes and manuals. Inspection and sound will not disappoint. Extract from the internet MELODY H34s ASTRO BLACK Favorite tube of many music lovers is the EL34 which excels at tone. The tonality of the EL34 makes it also popular with musicians using stringed instruments, especially guitars. The most popular amplifier in the Melody range and winner of many awards the Melody H34 Signature offers fantastic sound quality at a price that seems unbelievable. With a full size chassis in piano black finish and retro styling it is a statement product in quality and style. The 25mm thick front panel contains three large solid aluminum knobs which control power on/off, volume and four RCA inputs. The volume knob controls a stepped resistor array with 24 positions. This ensures precise channel matching and maximum sound fidelity. The power tubes are four EL34 which deliver 40 watts of effortless power. This allows it to drive a wide range of loudspeakers with ease. The input and driver tubes are 6SN7/6SL7 and the amplifier has full tube rectification provided by the 5AR4 tubes. All the internal wiring is done by hand point to point with no circuit boards at all. This is the traditional way to build a long lasting amplifier with maximum sound qualities. It permits easy servicing and parts replacement or upgrading which modern solid state circuits with surface mount devices to not allow. At the rear are three oversized and shielded transformers with a power transformer in the centre and an output transformer either side for the left and right channels. Melody’s know how has delivered an amplifier that is powerful, delicate and with a depth of tone that makes it very beguiling. This amplifier can be muscular at one minute yet delicate the next, extracting minute details from the music. The sound stage is wide and deep and the bass is extremely realistic. The bass however is not dry or truncated, like many transistor amplifiers. It delivers information in the bass registers with plenty of feeling. The H34 Signature is an amplifier that music lovers will enjoy, not only for its sound but for the unbeatable value it offers. Power Output: 2 x 45W Tubes: EL34 x 4, 6SN7 x 2, 6SL7 x 2, 5AR4 x 2 Frequency Response: 20Hz–20kHz Input Impedance: 250 kOhms Output Impedance: 4 Ohms, 8 Ohms Input Sensitivity: 480mV Signal to noise: 90dB Harmonic Distortion: 1% Dimensions: 430 W x 215 H x 410 D mm Weight: 24 kg
  16. Item: Gryphon Audio Diablo 120 Price Range: $7K Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Diablo 120
  17. Item: Rotel RA-1062 Integrated Amp Location: Alexandria, NSW Price: $170 - SOLD Item Condition: Excellent operating and cosmetic condition Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Great little Rotel amp, built in phono stage, has had my Rogers sounding great these last few years. Comes with remote. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  18. Item: Luxman L-509U Amplifier Location: 3183 Price: $6000 Item Condition: as new Reason for selling: need money Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Luxman L-509U Amplifier A one-body separate theory that aims at the sound quality of a separate amplifier while using an Integrated Amplifier. The highest-class model of LUXMAN Integrated Amplifier. I am one only owner. Bought new for approximately for $8000 in February 2012 The apm has never been repaired, works very well. No issues, can give a week warranty. The unit has never been loud more then 9am because I live in a flat and I like my neighbors. Continuous effective output: 120W + 120W -8ohm 240W + 240W 4 ohm reproduction frequency: PHONO: 20Hz ~ 20,000Hz 0.5dB) LINE: 20Hz ~ 100kHz (+ 0, -3.0dB) SN ratio: PHONO (MM): 91dB or more PHONO (MC): 75dB or more LINE: 107dB or more Dimension: W 467 x H 179 x D 435 mm Weight: 28 kg Preferably Pickup Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  19. Almost 3 years ago now I wrote my first 'real' review for SNA. https://www.stereo.net.au/reviews/classe-sigma-2200i-integrated-amplifier And I liked the amp that Marc sent me to review. I liked it a lot. So much in fact that when the opportunity came up to buy one for a 'measly' $3500, I took it. That ebay transaction fell through and my money was refunded, which disappointed me no end , so I was forced to soldier on. With the news that Classe was closing down I was hit hard, no more Classe meant that when I was ready for it there might not be a Sigma 2200i ready for me. Then came the news that Classe was being bought, followed by the news that the Sigma range was probably not going to be continued, which made me happy initially but then just as sad. It looked like there would be no Sigma 2200i for me. So I was pretty damn happy when one popped up on SNA for the same price I was willing to pay via ebay. After all, this is the integrated amp that sits at number one on my list of favourite all time amplifiers. So, to celebrate my acquiring of what is highly likely to be my end game integrated amp * I've decided to release the scores I awarded it in my initial review. I didn't put them in to the initial write up as that sort of thing is just not done in official reviews. But, just because the scores I give to each and every amp I review may never see the light of day in any official capacity doesn't mean I don't evaluate and award them in the first place. They just stay on my sheet of notes. However now that I'm an owner it's less official and more personal, so those numbers are about to be set free. I'm going to see if I can copy the original review and then add in the numbers in the next post. Hope this works. * Yeah I know, I didn't think it would ever happen either.
  20. Item: Luxman L-607u Location: Coffs Harbour Price: $3000 firm Item Condition: like new Reason for selling: need money for other funds Payment Method: Bank deposit, Paypal 3% Extra Info: I bought it few months ago from a SNA member. It's condition still like when I got it. Original link: Review: http://www.stereomojo.com/Luxman L507u review/LuxmanL507uAmpReview.htm Photos: I still use pre owner images. Any questions please ask. Thanks!
  21. Item: One ATC SIA2-150 Integrated Amp. Location: Sunny Nanango, Qld, 4615 Price: $2250 (plus postage) Item Condition: Excellent. Reason for selling: Too many amps and not enough shelving to hold them. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Come with manual, remote and original box. Review info here: https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/286390-atc-sia2-150-mark-2-integrated-amp-review/ And more info here: https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/263126-terry-o-and-cafads-integrated-amp-challenge/page/5/ About a third of the way down the page, just scroll down until you find it's picture. An excellent amp that seems to like being asked to drive speakers that aren't so amp friendly. 150 serious watts. Pictures:
  22. Item: Sansui AU-α607MR Integrated Amplifier Location: Melbourne Price: 1250 Item Condition: very good. BIAS was recently checked and adjusted. All Power supply cups was checked; all meets requirements. Reason for selling: Payment Method: Pickup, COD Extra Info: 907MRX was the only amp awarded in Japan in 1995. 607DR is similar to 907DR. The sound is the same but bit less power. Copper screws say a lot about the amp quality. It is built as a tank. Sansui AU-α607MR was sold in Japan only. It is need 100V power supply. Comes with a high quality isolated 500W small size step down transformer. Specifications Power output: 90 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 0Hz to 300kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.003% Damping factor: 150 Input sensitivity: 0.3mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 70dB (MC), 88dB (MM), 110dB (line) Output: 150mV (line) Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω Dimensions: 430 x 162 x 452mm Weight: 18kg Year: 1996 Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  23. Item: Sansui AU 3900 integrated amplifier Location: Melbourne Price: 240 Item Condition: good Reason for selling: too many Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Sansui AU 3900 integrated amplifier in good working order. See spec attached. Recently the amp was refurbished Two days unsuccessful warranty Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  24. Item: Sonneteer Orton Integrated Amp (model 3.5) Location: Sunny Nanango, Qld, 4615 Price: $1800 (plus postage) Item Condition: Excellent. Reason for selling: Need to make some space on the storage rack. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with original remote, manual and box. I imported this amp from England about 18 months ago. The box is a little ragged but it should do the job. If it looks like it won't then I can always double box. My review of the Orton is in the third post down in the link below, where I compare it to the Lavardin IS. https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/83357-integrated-amps-an-addicts-guide-part-the-third/page/22/ Official web site here: https://www.sonneteer.com/product/sonneteer-orton/?v=6cc98ba2045f An excellent amp with speakers that are easy to drive. Keep the efficiency above 87db and the impedance above 6 Ohms and it will knock your socks off. I don't really want to sell this amp so if it doesn't sell then I'm fine with that, but if it does... well, I guess I'll manage to deal with that if it happens too. Photos:
  25. Item: Denon PMA-1500RII Location: Coffs Harbour NSW Price: $600 plus postage Item Condition: Good condition 7/10 Reason for selling: too many amps Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (buyer pay fee), Bank deposit. Extra Info: Power output: 70 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 5Hz to 100kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.01% Input sensitivity: 0.2mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 76dB (MC), 91dB (MM), 110dB (line) Output: 150mV (line) Dimensions: 434 x 134 x 407mm Weight: 14.6kg Photos:
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