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  1. I have recently auditioned a pair of Active ATC speakers and am selling to raise funds to purchase the actives. Recently purchased from fellow SNAer, here is there advertisement with my photo added. Amp is in exactly the same condition. Price: $4000 Item Condition: 9/10 Reason for selling: NLR see below Payment Method: PayID preferred (reliable, instantaneous, traceable and no fees, check with your bank) will also take Cash on collection, bank transfer and Paypal at buyers expense for fees Extra Info: Selling my beautiful Moon 340i. Only selling as I am moving towards a DSP based setup and recently purchased a DEQX pre-amp. This means that the exceptional internal pre-amp, DAC and balanced diferential circuitry are all being bypassed at the moment and being wasted. I'd rather let the amp go to someone who needs a top quality integrated solution and free up the cash for a dedicated power amp with a 12v trigger IN that works with the DEQX and reduces the possibility of my wife blowing up my speakers!! This is the D2px version in Black, the same version that retails at $10000 with the truly excellent phono stage but with the previous d2 onboard DAC (still excellent but not as good as the d3). I am the second owner from new and the amp is truly in excellent condition with no visible marks, dents or scratches of any kind as far as I can tell. It will be shipped in the original packaging (single box only) and will contain the power cord, manual and remote control. I've honestly never owned a finer amplifier, but I'm potentially going to replace with another used Moon power amp anyway. If you are reading this, you probably aware of who Moon are so I won't bore you with my description of how it sounds (so goood....) as there is plenty out there on the web but I have included a couple of useful links below including manual, review, current aussie retailer price etc https://www.stereophile.com/content/moon-simaudio-neo-340i-integrated-amplifier https://simaudio.com/en/product/340i-x-integrated-amplifier/?v=6cc98ba2045f https://simaudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/340i-X_Manual_EN.pdf?v=6cc98ba2045f https://addictedtoaudio.com.au/products/simaudio-moon-neo-340i-integrated-amplifier-with-dsd-dac-phono-stage Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Let me just start this thread by saying “I love my hobby!†. I love the way I can get my hands on a new amp and (after a bit of running in and possibly a little fine tuning) then hear something that comes across in a completely different way to the last dozen amps I have heard. And this Job INT is a fine example of that. However before we get into the audio details let’s go over the physical and practical aspects of this latest addition to the Goldmund sub-stable that is Job. It is evident initially that the Job INT is a minimalist offering, which we should expect as that is a major part of the reason for the very existence of Job but it is worth mentioning just so that prospective buyers don’t start expecting additional functionality that they will simply not be getting unless they move upmarket to Goldmunds other offerings. There is only the power switch, a volume control and source toggle switch adorning the face plate. I do like the idea of putting the power switch on the front of the amp as it is much more convenient for the user than the usual placement at the back. Probably better still would be the YBA approach of putting it under the face plate so it is accessible and yet still out of the way, still it is where it is and that works just fine. The remote reinforces this minimalist feel with volume up and down buttons and a mute as its only features, no remote source switching on offer here. The back shows us very little. We have the usual power socket and speaker binding posts, nothing strange there, but on the input side of things there are only three options. I understand an argument could be made that there are actually four inputs but hear me out before we start that discussion. On the digital side of things there is a usb input, a coaxial input and an optical… but… the coaxial and the optical are actually the one input and the amp will automatically give preference to an optical signal over a coaxial one so if you want to use the coax in you will have to turn off or unplug any component that is using the optical input. It probably isn’t a big deal for most of us but I’m sure some of us will find it causing an issue (someone always does). And on the analog side of things there is a single unbalanced input, which is digitised as soon as it hits the PCB on the inside so what we have with the Job INT is actually a digital input DAC, Pre and power amp all in the same chassis. Or, if you prefer to look at it another way, a cut down version of the Metis 7 (or at least that is what I am lead to believe, I can find no evidence of the Metis 7 on Goldmunds site, only the Metis 5). There isn’t very much info on the Job INT yet, it is still new enough that many reviewers are still waiting on their loaners to arrive, so we’ll just have to take what info we can find and deal with more as it arrives on the scene. On the subject of the Job power supply I have good news, the Job INT is happy to accept a massive range of input voltage, from 200 to 270 on its ‘220V’ position and from 100 to 135 on its ‘110V’ position. Just the thing for areas that run hot on their voltage at the power point, or areas that run cold for that matter. It is also designed to be grounded so 3 pin plugs only ladies and gents! I can also add that the Job doesn’t seem to generate a great deal of heat, it heats up a little when driven hard or run for long periods but not as much as most integrated amps, I would think it would be quite happy to live in a vented cabinet. And now it is time for a picture or two. I do love that Job sticky tape. Notice the triple layer cardboard? The total weight of the box and packing is about the same as the amp inside. What I did find strange however was the lack of a plastic bag to cover the amp and protect it from rubbing directly on the poly packing. That is a nice, clean face plate. Also a nice, clean rear end. Just because I couldn't help myself, a lid lifted shot as well. Before I get to the sound I have one more observation to make about the Job. I have noticed in the past that some amps don't like it when I turn on the fluorescent light in my bathroom, the interference from the starter causes them distress. I'm not sure why this happens but it is becoming something of a tradition now for me to stop outside the bathroom door and listen to the amp playing while I turn on the light, just to see how it takes it. I have not destroyed any amps like this so I don't think my flat has faulty wiring as such, just wiring that was not installed with my audio wishes in mind. From memory the Parasound Halo only reacted once and only cutting out for maybe a tenth of a second when it did, the YBA Heritage A100 never reacted at all but the Job seems a little sensitive to my bathroom lighting requirements as it cuts out for a full 2 or 3 seconds and only resumes operation once the light is on. I suspect that this amplifier behaviour is due to protection circuitry cutting in and that means that the Job has more sensitive protection circuitry than most but I can't be sure about that, would any techs care to comment on this? Now to the sound. As I mentioned back above the pics the Job INT does not sound quite like anything I've heard to date, however it does fit within the spectrum of other amps I've heard. If you've heard an Exposure 2010S2 and you can force your imagination to remove much of the depth from the presentation and add a little speed and detail then you would not be too far away from the Job sound. Or if you've heard both the Krell 300iL and the Parasound Halo integrated then I can tell you that the Job sound sits pretty close to dead center between those two. This third comparison is probably a little more of a stretch but if you've heard a YBA Heritage A100 and you can wrap your head around removing 80% or so of the richness and lushness from the YBA sound then you also would be pretty close to the Job sound. Those three examples aren't going to be useful for everybody but they are about the best I have been able to come up with over the last 6 days listening to the Job run in. I haven't spun up my test disc yet but i do have a few things to say about the Job sound and my reactions to it. The Job INT sounds very nice at low volume, it has a nice level of detail and manages somehow to create the same level of presence (which I usually refer to as 'eerie') that other amps do but without using a large amount of warmth or depth to assist with the effect. It is very clean, very clear with great detail and without any brightness or harshness to detract from the performance. It also feels as if it utilizes more of its headroom, there seems to be more volume difference between the softer and harder sections of tracks which is very impressive but it did lead to me having to lean on the 'volume down' button a few times after having increased the volume only 30 seconds previously. At high volume it is more complicated because it has all of those characteristics I have just mentioned at low volume but the bass comes into the fray as well. I have had a bit of a complicated relationship with the bass of the Job. Initially I didn't really like it, it also utilizes that 'additional headroom' effect and that can easily lead to, IMO, too much bass*. This is not always the case of course, on tracks with lighter bass the whole performance is brilliant, I ran through the entirety of Big Pig's Bonk and loved every minute of it but put on a more recently recorded disc and all that extra bass that everyone seems to want today comes across so strongly it was starting to put pressure on my brain. I asked BRMSlash his opinion earlier in the week, after some listening we dissected what we thought we were hearing and I managed to come up with an analogy that I hope makes some sense. The bass has a volume speed bump in it, there is a certain band of frequencies that come across more strongly/loudly than those above or below them and this is what was causing the issue. When taken at low volume (speed) the bump doesn't cause any issues, when taken at high volume (speed) it makes the track much harder to enjoy as you are constantly waiting for that sense of pressure to hit your inner ear. Once I had come to what I thought was a reasonable conclusion as to what was happening I set about trying to rectify it, but this is where the lack of options available with the Job limits your ability to tune it, I can't bypass the DAC or pre, I can try changing the digital coax cable but I don't keep a large supply of those on hand, I can't change ICs (of which I do have a large number on hand) so I was limited to changing the speaker cables. I had been using my new Aurealis speaker cables (taking advantage of the opportunity to run in both an amp and new cables at the one time) and I remembered Geoff telling me that they did make a difference in the bass and that some people didn't appreciate that difference so I swapped over to my old standard cables, the Redgum Audio Pipeline cables. This helped smooth out the speed bump, in a similar way to building up the front and back of the bump so that it doesn't feel as sudden as it could, but it hasn't removed it. It has made the bass much easier to appreciate though, it now doesn't hit as suddenly as it used to, so it is a big step in the right direction. So the bass is what is holding up this review of mine, once I've sorted it out I'll get down to business and with a little luck that will be this evening. * I am sure many of the younger readers will be staring aghast and shaking their heads at this concept of having too much bass, after all how could having too much of a good thing be a bad thing. Well it can, it's a bit like having too much chocolate in that the negative effects are not immediately evident to the user, they come into play a little further down the line.
  3. Item: Conrad -Johnson CA200 Location:Adelaide Price: $2,800 + postage. Item Condition: Excellent. Presents as new. Reason for selling: Not quite my tempo Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Conrad Johnson CA200 in perfect condition. A credit to it’s previous owner, presents as new. 185 Watts, Solid State Integrated with a plethora of inputs including theatre and EPL ins and outs. Also pre out for subwoofers. Fantastic remote control, finally a remote fitting of a proper amplifier, machined aluminium, not some plastic junk. Rich, full sound with robust sweet midrange. Excellent vocal reproduction. Just purchased, selling at same price. Why? I am extremely particular about exactly what I am seeking and this is not quite my flavour. It joins another dozen quality amplifiers, most far more expensive, that have not meet all my criteria. It will however be perfect for many, many systems. Lots of reviews online. All original packaging, owners manual and remote. http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/conrad-johnson-ca200-control-amplifier/ Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Hi all, I’m looking to get a new amp to pair with a set of mk1 Paradigm 9se speakers. They’re 4 ohm, 150w and have a sensitivity of 95db. It says “8 ohm compatible” or similar on the Paradigm website but clearly says “IMP: 4 ohms” on the back of the speakers. I asked a store for recommendations for integrated amps and was steered in the direction of the Musical Fidelity 5si/3si and NAD C368, all of which are way out of my budget. They also suggested that most entry level amps (Marantz PM5005/6005, Denon PMA-520Ae, etc) weren’t powerful enough to drive them properly, and under powering them may cause damage. Does anyone here here have any experience with these speakers? If so, what amps did you have sucess with? Or just large-ish 4 ohm speakers in general. I’d prefer an integrated amplifier but am not ruling out a pre-amp and power amp combination. I only need 2 channel output, a phono pre (doesn’t need to cater for MC), and 2 other sets of audio inputs. Bluetooth/wifi connectivity and a remote would be a bonus but not a necessity. Also don’t mind if it’s new or vintage, either way I’ll most likely be scrounging for a used item. Would love to be able to keep it under $500, I’m due for a cartridge replacement soon and can’t be putting too much money into this system at this stage. Any advice or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Cam
  5. Item: ROTEL RA-980BX Integrated Amplifier Location: Melbourne 3183 Price: 350 Item Condition: good working order Reason for selling: too many amps Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: The amp was checked and serviced recently. Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 4Hz to 100kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.03% Damping factor: 1000 Input sensitivity: 0.25mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 70dB (MC), 75dB (MM), 97dB (line) Speaker load impedance: 4Ω (minimum) Dimensions: 440 x 121 x 347mm Weight: 10.1kg Year: 1991 Price: GBP £400 (1991) https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/rotel/ra-980.shtml Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  6. Item: Rotel RA-01 Integrated Amplifier Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ Price: StereoNet Special $250 Item Condition: Very good secondhand condition Shipping: Shipping to anywhere in the land of OZ, POA Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This example is in very good secondhand condition and has it's original box. Specifications include 40 watts x 2 into 8 ohms 6 inputs, including MM phono and one tape loop. Two sets of speaker outputs. Headphone jack. Defeatable tone control. Balance control. Pre-outs 12 volt trigger output. Detachable IEC power cord. Photos:
  7. Item: Creek Evolution 2 Integrated Amplifier Black Location: Frankston Price: $800 or ONO Item Condition: Perfect Reason for selling: Replaced Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Direct Deposit Extra Info: Creek Destiny MM phono board fitted, Comes with remote and box, instructions. Excellent sounding British amplifier Technical Specification Power Output – 8Ω 75 Watts Power Output – 4Ω 110 Watts Max Current >10 Amps THD 20hz to 20khz <0.05% Frequency Response 5Hz-50KHz – 1dB Slew Rate > 25 V per µS Gain x52 Input Sensitivity 480mV Separation >60dB SNR >90dB Outputs One Pair Headphone output Yes Speaker Selector No Operation Voltages 110V/230V Switchable Consumption (at idle) 40 Watts Consumption (at full power) 340 Watts Finish Colour front panel + buttons Black Weight 8.6Kgs Dimensions 430x80x340mm W/H/D Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  8. Item: Naim Uniti 2 Location: HiFi Collector, Adelaide (Bridgewater 5155 SA) Price: $2500 Item Condition: Used, excellent condition Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, credit card Shipping: Ships with TNT Australia wide Extra notes: Working perfectly. Includes remote, manual, original packaging, power cable, and Naim banana speaker plugs (requires soldering to use these - alternatively normal banana cables can be used) As well as being able to play UPnP streams at up to 24bit/192kHz resolution via a wired or wireless connection, NaimUniti 2 incorporates a CD player, a 70W per channel amplifier, six digital inputs, built in Spotify Connect, Bluetooth (aptX) connectivity, native support for TIDAL lossless music streaming service, a DAB+/DAB/FM and internet radio tuner as well as a USB interface that enables playback from an iPod or high-resolution digital audio from a USB memory stick. Just add speakers. https://hificollector.com.au/product/naim-uniti-2-used/ Photos:
  9. Item: CEC Tube53 integrated amplifier Location: Perth Price: 1000 including Aus shipping Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: surplus to needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: All specs can be found here: http://www.cec-web.co.jp/products/classic/tube53/tube53_e.html Great little amp, just surplus to my need atm, too many systems and not enough space or time. Excellent condition, with original box. Will post Australia wide at asking price, if you are in Perth and interested let me know and I will discount accordingly. Pictures:
  10. Item: B.M.C. CS3 Integrated Amplifier Price Range: $6K Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Prepared to pay from shipping from nations with that accept PayPal...
  11. Item: AVM EVOLUTION A 3.2 Price Range: $4K range Item Condition: Used Extra Info: PayPal preferred.
  12. Item: Krell S-550i Integrated Amplifier (2013 model) Location: Sydney Hifi Mona Vale Price: $3500 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Trade in Product Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only This product is available for in-store audition and is store pickup only Extra Info: https://sydneyhifimonavale.com.au/products/krell-s-550i-integrated-amplifier-used Design: Fully Balanced Differential Class A/B Integrated Amplifier Power Output: 275 wpc (8 Ohms); 550 wpc (4 Ohms) THD: <0.025% at 1 kHz Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz +0, -0.08 dB Inputs: 1 Balanced XLR, 3 Unbalanced RCA, 1 iPod 30-Pin Connector Outputs: 1 Pair Pre Out RCA and 1 Pair Speaker Input Impedance: Balanced – 95 kOhms; Single-Ended – 47.5 kOhms Output Impedance: <0.073 ? at 20 Hz; <0.08 ?, 20 Hz to 20 kHz Damping Factor: >110 at 20 Hz (8 Ohm Load); >75, 20 Hz to 20 kHz (8 Ohm Load) Dimensions: 5.84″ H x 17.26″ W x 17.70″ D Weight: 64 Pounds Pictures:
  13. Item: Pass Labs INT 250 Price Range: $5-6K Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: NLR
  14. Item: B.M.C Audio CS2 Price Range: upto $4500 Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Would need original boxing, owners manual. Willing to pay shipping costs with insurance.
  15. Item: Leben CS-300XS Integrated Amplifier, serial no. 800131 Location: Dundas Valley, Sydney Price: $2,500 negotiable, please be kind Item Condition: Used, very nice condition, a light dusting but no signs of tarnishing or fading, no fascia harm, no back panel harm, no dial harm and all in taut condition, silk printing intact, no connector harm. Taking unit from a rack a Very minor pair of surface abrasions on right wood panel (right as looking at amp's. front - see image, though the image is still exaggerated by the digital image and phone flash/lighting). 100's of hours used, 1,000's left on tubes. Reason for selling: Utterly adorable little performer, but it really is time to reduce some of the household's excesses. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only - in negotiation with a buyer I may reconsider the PayPal option. Extra Info: - I mentioned an "adorable little performer", but this understates this is a very capable amplifier and will make for an extraordinary foundation for someone looking for a small overall system, or even a computer-time amplifier for the desk. There's a lot of big amp. in this small form factor and is no slouch. - Always run through surge protectors and other conditioners, this unit has seen hopefully only the cleanest possible power, well ventilated, pet free. - Very, very reasonable integrated headphone amplifier and 6.3mm jack, highly recommended headphone amp. section. - I have no immediate power cable for the unit, a typical IEC connector (see images). If prompted by a potential buyer I should be able to find something generic for it. Pictures:
  16. Item: Kondo Overture PM2 Location:McKinnon Vic Price: 29000 Item Condition:Almost new few months old Reason for selling:Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info:this is the PM2 version. Not the PM2i. Item lightly used for half a year with box and manual. Set was purchased in Singapore with 5 years warranty. Pictures:
  17. Item: Audio Space AS-8i Stereo Tube Integrated Amplifier Location: LWA HQ 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW 2066 Price: $1300 Item Condition: Very good Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer Delivery: Available anywhere in Australia, POA Extra Info: Superb sounding tube amp has just had an extensive service from us receiving full replacement of all valves. Input Impedance = 250Kohm (RCA) Output Impedance = 4, 8 Ω Output Power = 55W×2 /CLASS AB2 P-P(ULTRALINEAR) *70W×2 MAX. 28W×2 /CLASS AB2 P-P(TRIODE) *38W×2 MAX. Damping Factor = > 5 Frequency Response = 20Hz-30KHz ±1dB T.H.D.: < 1% 20Hz-20KHz (REF. OUTPUT) Total Gain = 29dB Input Sensitivity = 300mV-600mV S/N Ratio = > 93dB (HUM NOISE <3mV) Channel Balance = < 1dB 20Hz-20KHz (MAX. VOLUME) Channel Sepration = > 65dB 1KHz-3.3KHz Vacuum Tube = V1,V2,V3,V4: EL-34(6CA7)×4 - V7: 12AX7(ECC-83,5751,4004) ×1 V5,V6: 12AU7(ECC-82,6189,4003)×2 Dimension (L × W × H) = 410mm × 320mm × 190mm Weight = N.W.:18kg Pictures:
  18. Item: Pass Labs INT-150 Integrated Amplifier Location: Melbourne 3028 Price: $3600 Item Condition: superb, 9/10, no dents or scratch Reason for selling: change direction Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only Extra Info: Bought it over a year ago, I keep it in mint condition and it looks just like new. All function works perfectly. I use this to drive my Harbeth SHL5+ and it delivers plenty of power. I prefer to sell locally as I don't have the box and original packaging. The sale will include the amplifier, remote and power cable. Audition is welcome at my place. Pictures:
  19. Item: Denon PMA1600NE integrated amplifier (current model) Location: Thornbury VIC Price: $1850 Item Condition: As new, no marks, working perfectly, still in box Reason for selling: Not using Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: 2 x 70W @ 8ohm output, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, T.H.D. 0.07% Ultra High Current (UHC)-MOS Single Push-Pull Circuit Power Amplifier with Schottky barrier diodes Embedded D/A converter, DAC Master Clock Design 2 Digital Optical and 1 Digital Coaxial inputs; Rear USB-B input High performance MM & MC Phono Equalizer Amp Base/treble/balance controls Remote control Weight: 17.6 kg Size: 434 W x 414 D x 135 H (mm) Winner HiFi Choice integrated amp group test September 2017 Would prefer Melbourne sale but if no sale within a few weeks may consider mailing, cost arrangement to be determined. Pictures:
  20. Item: Ayon Spirit 3 (current kt150 version) Location: Sydney Price: sold Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Upgrading to bigger Ayon model Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Have all original packing (double boxes etc) - This is 18 months old and my study system so not used that often. Can be used as integrated or power amp - both Triode and Pentode modes, Auto Bias 3x RCA in, 1x XLR in, 1x Direct In (has bypass switch on rear) , 1 x Pre Out Built like a tank - those transformers at the back are very very heavy. Australian Delivery - Made in Austria. Unless its not picked up it is SOLD Pictures:
  21. Item: Leben CS-300XS Integrated Amplifier, serial no. 800131 Location: Dundas Valley, Sydney Price: $3,300 negotiable, please be kind Item Condition: Used, very nice condition, a little dusty but no signs of tarnishing or fading, very minor pair of scrapes on right wood panel (right as looking at amp's. front - see image, though exaggerated by the digital image) Reason for selling: Utterly adorable little performer, but it really is time to reduce some of the household's excesses. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only - in negotiation with a buyer I may reconsider the PayPal option. Extra Info: - I mentioned an "adorable little performer", but this understates this is a very capable amplifier and will make for an extraordinary engine for someone looking for a small overall system, or even a computer-time amplifier for the desk. There's a lot of big amp. in this small form factor and is no slouch. - Always run through surge protectors and other conditioners, this unit has seen hopefully only the cleanest possible power. - Very, very reasonable integrated headphone amplifier and 6.3mm jack, highly recommended. - I have no immediate power cable for the unit, a typical IEC connector (see images). If prompted by a potential buyer I should be able to find something generic for it. (( I should mention the amplifier is currently with me in Sydney )) Pictures:
  22. Item: Cambridge audio Azur 851A Silver. Location: Canberra Price: $1300 Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: NLR Back to Pre and Power amps. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank transfer, COD Only Extra Info: This integrated amplifier is in as new condition and produces excellent sound quality with 120W/CH. Only been used for a few months since bought in end of December 17. It has been in its box most of the time. Comes with all accessories and box. Buyer to arrange shipping. Pictures:
  23. Item: Arcam Alpha 7 Integrated amplifier Price: $229 ono Location: Melbourne 3161 Item Condition: overall GOOD, one slight bump(shown in the picture), few scratches Reason for selling: Don’t need anymore Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Arcam Alpha 7 Integrated amplifier, Looks newer than the photo shows. All functions are perfect, No noise, No imbalance, No modify, No repair. Very smooth and warm sound, about 40w in 8ohm, can be used as a bedroom system or Bi-amp with Alpha 8P. The headphone socket also has a great sound with hd600 and K701. I do not have the original box, so prefer local pick-up Also happy to drive to your home on weekends Pictures:
  24. Item: Devialet Expert 220 Pro Location: Melbourne Price: $8500 Item Condition: Presents as new Reason for selling: Cashflow injection Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I am currently re-arranging my life, and with a wedding on the way plus an impending move the time has come to downsize the luxury items in the household. The cashflow injection will be handy, and although I am not desperate to sell this one, I am putting it out there to see if anyone would like to give it a good home. The unit presents beautifully, and the box is in perfect condition. Featuring Core Infinity upgrade (New DLNA/UPNP board). Warranty is fully transferable via Devialet. Pick up preferred, but will post at buyers expense. Pictures:
  25. Item: Hegel H160 Integrated Amplifier Location: NE Melbourne 'burbs Price: $2500 includes SNA donation Item Condition: very clean, no scratches or marks, excellent condition Reason for selling: I've shifted over a valve pre & power amps ..... Need funds for my next DAC ! Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal + fees, COD Only Extra Info: I have had this amp for about 7 months or so, and it’s beauty. It is really versatile with a very simple to set up. It has plenty of digital inputs and a pretty nice in built DAC. It has a balanced and two SE analogue inputs including HT bypass. Ethernet & USB input as well. It’s easy-as for streaming via Airplay which was really convenient. Joint winner of HiFi+ product of the year in 2016, and Sound-Image award in the same year. It sounds very clean / clear & precise without sounding dry or harsh. It has more than reasonable level of grunt, rated ~ 150w / channel into 8ohms, 250w into 4 ohms. To say the remote is robust is an understatement. Lifting the lid, and having a look inside shows a nice layout & some quality components. I've used this to drive a variety of speakers without an issue, including Kef LS50s, Rogers, Sonus Faber, and most recently Focal Aria 936 I have the original box, so shipping is not issue, if required at purchasers cost. Original retail was around $6,200, and it is currently on sale new for $4,400 at A2A. There are more reviews on-line than you will probably care to read … http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/hegel-h160-integrated-amplifier-1/ https://www.stereophile.com/content/hegel-music-systems-h160-integrated-amplifier http://www.avhub.com.au/product-reviews/hi-fi/hegel-h160-integrated-amplifier-review-and-test-415768 http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews2/hegel/1.html http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/0915/Hegel_H160_Review.htm http://www.hifiplus.com/articles/hegel-h160-integrated-amplifier/ http://novo.press/hegel-h160-integrated-amplifier-review/
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