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  1. Further information: I bought this amp from another SNA member 5 years ago, had it serviced and it has been perfect ever since. It is rated at 175 W per channel at 8 Ohms and produces 500 W per channel at 2 Ohms. There is no speaker this amp will not drive. The sound is (wanting to avoid cliche) fantastic. You will not regret scoring this bargain. RRP was $4k, but they don't make them anymore. (They stopped the Chinese manufacturing during Trump's trade war) Honestly if had not found a compelling bargain here, I would not be selling. In fact if I could afford to have two amps I'd keep it. Every time I used it I would be finding new things in the music, no kidding. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  2. Further information: Beautiful, powerful, remote control integrated amplifier. Highly reviewed and not often seen for sale. Plenty of power for almost any speaker out there and will drive them with finesse & authority. Excellent condition & operates flawlessly. No box or manual sorry. Shipping on this will be via Pack & Send at buyers expense. “From its exquisite build and future-proof connectivity to its technical excellence and powerful performance, the M6i is a no-compromise integrated amplifier. It may be a single-box design, but the M6i is internally engineered as a separate pre-amplifier with two discreet monobloc power amplifiers. This enables it to deliver a 200 watts-per-channel performance that's exceptional for an integrated amplifier – and which surpasses that of many pre/power amp pairings. The M6i is a highly flexible design, allowing it to be used in a wide range of systems. In addition to four line-level inputs and one balanced connection, there's a USB socket to suit computer-based audio. There's also a home-theatre throughout option, allowing you to seamlessly integrate the M6i into an AV set-up. The M6i has the power and technical sophistication to drive any speaker with ease, sounding calm and unruffled as it moves from quiet musical moments to huge dynamic shifts. As Alan Sircom's review for HiFi+ concludes: "The M6i is in it for the long term; it's an amplifier that will be used by listeners for years and years" Specifications Amplifier Power output: 200 Watts per channel into 8 Ohms (23dBW) THD(+ noise): <0.01 % typiclal 20Hz - 20 kHz Signal to Noise Ratio: >100dB 'A' - weighted Frequency Response: +0, –0.1dB, 10Hz to 20 kHz Inputs 4x Line Level RCA / Phono 1x Line Level XLR Balanced USB input USB type “B” (square) socket General Dimensions - WxHxD (mm): 440 x 125 x 400 21 Kg Photos:
  3. Further information: Wonderful integrated amplifier from legendary manufacturer in like new condition. Original box and all accessories included. Apologies for photos from phone, can provide additional from camera if someone wishes. Happy to assist as best possible with buyer arranged freight pickup, my workplace has stores facility with daily visits from major carriers. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  4. Further information: For sale is my beloved Oldchen K3 push/pull tube integrated. This is a very sweet though also powerful sounding amp for its 45WPC power rating. Very powerful, punchy bass and sweet sparkling highs. Very even handed right across the entire audio spectrum. It has recently been recapped with Jantzen Superier tube coupling caps, volume pot upgraded to a genuine Alps Blue and received new tubes. 3x sought after Melz 6H8C hole plate preamp tubes and a matched quad of Reflektor 6P3S-E coin base power tubes. Due to new caps and tubes some burn in will be needed. I'm the first owner of this amp and it's well looked after. Still one of the best sounding amps I've ever owned. It's just a shame to keep it in my second system where it doesn't see much use so I'm selling it. I have it stored in its original box. Lucky I kept it the box for the 4 years I've had the amp in use. If the sale is local I'll be happy to include a quad of Tung Sol KT120 power tubes which I originally used with it. The tube cage doesn't fit with KT120's installed but output increases slightly to 49WPC. Photos:
  5. Further information: This amplifier is in excellent condition. There are some minor marks on the case but the front panel is clean. Please see pics for details. Key specs: 65 watts per channel into 8 Ω speakers; 120 watts per channel into 4 Ω speakers (or driving both A and B when all 8 Ω speakers) total harmonic distortion 0.01% headphone socket 6 inputs: Phono, CD, AUX, Tape1, Tape2 REC output selector (record one input source while listening to another) A and/or B Speakers Source Direct button (bypass tone controls). Features: Sanken MN1715 power transistors 2 x 8,200µF Nippon Chemicon Audio filter caps Elna Tonerex, ASF gold components 2 power transformers Dimensions (mm) 434 W x 144 H x 347 Weight 9.9 kg. Included in sale: Denon PMA 1055R Stereo Amplifier Denon RC 843 Remote Control European to figure of 8 mains lead (I used this to run an Apple AirPort Express from one of the switched mains outlets) Passive Line to Phono adaptor (converts Phono input to Line) Hard copy manual (printed from PDF) Pickup/Delivery: Can be arranged from Potts Point. Delivery may be possible depending on your location, please ask. For interior pics (not of the item for sale) see: https://insidehifi.blogspot.com/2012/06/denon-pma-1055r.html Photos:
  6. I've inherited a pair of Jamo 707i floor standing speakers (in black). I'm looking for a second hand amplifier that will handle them, from what I understand they're a little power hungry! Details below from Hifi Review: "Parameters specifications module of input impedance are quite loyal load for the amplifier: average is 8.6 Ohm, nominal impedance is 3.5 Ohm, standard deviation is +/-3,2 Ohm, maximum is (2 kHz) 16 Om. The setting's frequency of the resonator is 55 Hz. Rated power is 200 W, a valid short-term exposure is to 280 watts. The average sensitivity in the range of 100 Hz - 20 kHz, according to our estimates is very decent - 89 dB." Trying to understand what will handle them. And that might cost around the $500 range (second hand). Yamaha A-S501? Yamaha A-S701? Also saw a NAD 7600 in the classifieds here which looks to be an absolute beast? Hope I followed the rules with this post! Thank you audio gods, I am not yet worthy.
  7. Further information: Onkyo's flagship amplifier. Excellent condition, 3 years old. Selling because of an upgrade. Pickup only as I can't find the box anymore. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  8. So, here we are again with the third thread (representing the third listening room) since this obsession began back in mid 2010 (or possibly early 2011, I'd need a good psychologist to be sure). Pics of the new listening room will arrive in good time, a new camera is on the way, as will pics of the first amp to grace the new room, until then I'm afraid I'll just have to copy and paste from the good old internet. This is Darren69's Peachtree Nova, the older model with the mosfet modules (prior to the class D modules and the power increase). It is listed in the manual as 80wpc into 6 Ohms so, in my mind, it is probably about 60wpc into 8 Ohms. It also has the option of a tube preamp stage (that can be switched on and off via the remote) and a built in 24/96 DAC so it scores very well in the value for money stakes. As I've been discovering over the last few weeks it is a very easy amp to like, that built in DAC has been in use for all my tv and movie viewing and has done a sterling job. It must be well integrated with the preamp stage because I have been unable to pick the difference between it and the Halcro's built in DAC, so just because it's rated at a 'crappy' 24/96 doesn't mean that it doesn't sound good. I'm also a fan of the Nova's look, that wood veneer looks very cool and the fact that it's curved somehow makes it work even better. IMO the veneer on the new PS Audio Sprout looks very "80's station wagon fake" by comparison. For those keeping track this is Integrated amp number #62 (at least, I'm pretty sure it is, I actually thought I was up to #63 at one stage... oh well, somewhere in the low 60's, so let's just call it #62 and leave it at that). The Peachtree was fed from a Halcro EC800 cd player via Aurealis R1 interconnects to the Nova and then through Redgum Expressive Line speaker cable to my Lenehan/ETI S2R speakers. And now that the hardware stuff is out of the way let's get down to the important stuff. Highs: Open, airy and spacious and sort of 'happy', xylophone and triangle sound a little bit sweet and a little bit luscious without going far enough to be called rich. I love the top end of the Nova, no glare, no hardness, never harsh or grainy. I've given it a 7.5. Mids: Well separated, natural and pleasingly rhythmic, light acoustic music is beautifully rendered as is jazz and opera (even though I don't usually go there). The mids and highs are given center stage and the bass is generally kept under tight control and used to back hem up and reinforce them. Vocals are also very good, but I'm getting ahead of myself there. 7.5 Bass: Well controlled and forced into second place behind the mids and highs, excellent control and presence but not enough for a bass head. It doesn't go as deep as it could but I believe this is deliberate as if it did then it would likely interfere with the treble. So, I'm giving it an 8.0 for quality and a 6.5 for amount and depth, so that averages at 7.25. It could use a little more impact as well but again that would cause issues for the top end. Vocals: Natural and just a little breathy and rich and just a bit sweetly relaxed, an 8.0 for both male and female vocals. An excellent vocal performance, very enjoyable. Soundstaging is hard to judge, it took me several months to get used to the new room the last time so I imagine it will take quite a while this time as well. It did seem to be pretty capable, it does the job and doesn't do anything wrong so I'll give it the benefit of any doubt with a 7.0 Overall performance Integration: The treble is where it's at with the Peachtree Nova, the bass is good too but the treble really shines. The only thing it is lacking is a little impact and dynamicism but I suspect that is deliberate, you wouldn't want those to get in the way of the vocals or the rest of the mid range. An excellent amp for slower styles and still a good one for rock. A very easy amp to live with. Ability to Emote: With slower styles, folkish rock and ballads it scores 7.5 but it drops to a flat 7.0 on harder tracks so I'll average that to a 7.25. Electric Guitar Test: As with many amps that are very well controlled it could not score above a 7.0, it just isn't edgy or rebellious enough. 80's Rock Test: Again good, 7.0 but not great, as with the electric guitar test it does well enough but it just doesn't have the right personality to fit well with 80's rock. And a few random observations: The top end has a few characteristics that remind me of the Burson PI-160, it doesn't sound the same but it does have similar strengths with those nice airy highs. The mid range has maybe half of the rhythmic energy of the NAKSA 80, it sounds nice but it isn't nearly as addictive as the NAKSA was. The Nova was never forward in its presentation and not generally recessed either, it was slightly withdrawn on occasion. Considering the Nova sounds this good and has the added extras of an inbuilt DAC and a remote control I'd have to call it excellent value for money. And I'll add a few of my own pics in midweek. Edit: Pics added.
  9. Price dropped for a quick sale , these amp has an RRP of $2699AUD back in the USD parity days , so decent drop for a quality integrated amp The "facelift" equivalent model goes for USD$2400 https://simaudio.com/en/product/250i-integrated-amplifier/ Further information: I’m the original owner of this amazing little yet capable intergrated amp , purchased new from stereophonic docklands back in 2015. it has been used mainly in my study setup driving a pair of dynaudio focus 260 and seen really little used the whole ownership , probably max 1 hour every month . comes with original remote and original box https://www.whathifi.com/moon/i-1/review https://www.stereophile.com/integratedamps/1208sim/index.html Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  10. Further information: History: purchased used, age unknown Condition: cosmetically good, functionally perfect Included: amp, remote, manual, original packaging Shipping: please contact me for quote Specs: Power Output: 60 watts per channel continuous into 8 ohms 120 watts per channel continuous into 4 ohms Maximum Input Level: 4 V rms – unbalanced inputs 8 V rms – balanced inputs Input Impedance: 20 kΩ – unbalanced inputs, 40 kΩ – balanced inputs (20 kΩ per phase) XLR Input Polarity: Pin 1 = Ground Pin 2 = Non-inverting (Positive) Pin 3 = Inverting (Negative) Gain: 35 dB (maximum, at volume level of “66”) Frequency Response: 2 Hz - 200 kHz Power Consumption: 20 watts in standby mode, 70 watts in operating mode, no signal Dimensions: 17-1⁄4" W x 13-3⁄4" D x 4-3⁄4" H 44 cm x 35 cm x 12 cm Weight: 25 pounds 11.5 kg Reviews (note that some of the reviews below are of the older version dubbed AX7): Stereophile https://www.stereophile.com/content/ayre-ax-7-integrated-amplifier-art-ax7e-january-2006 6 moons https://6moons.com/audioreviews/ayre/1.html Enjoy the music http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/1102/ayreax7intamp.htm Photos:
  11. Further information: Good working order, was serviced recently. The power lamp was replaced with a LED. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  12. Further information: ** Price Drop - too many amps and i'm getting in trouble.. ** Willsenton R8 tube amp - integrated amp, power amp and headphone amp. One of the new darlings of youtube audio reviewers and a very well made piece of Chi-fi! Takes KT88, EL34, 6CA7, KT77 or 6550 output tubes. Specced with the optional PSVane EL34-PH output tubes. Paid 2100AUD in April and arrived on my doorstep on May 5th 2020, so less than a month old. Save $550 and a significant wait as these things seem to be in high demand - price is firm 230V model Still have original box and outer box so no issues with Australia wide postage (est $50-80) More information here: https://www.china-hifi-audio.com/en/willsenton-tube-amplifier-c-77/willsenton-r8-kt88-el34-x4-tube-integrated-amp-power-amplifier-headphone-p-2268?zenid=6b48d2b2cedb2141b62d652c97b1fae7 This in-depth review covers all the features well - i never thought i'd say this but read the comments as well to learn more about the headphone amp (supposed to be fantastic) and speaker pairings. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  13. Further information: Purchased brand new in 2010. Was used as my main amplifier for 3 years before upgrading to a more powerful amplifier (for new speakers). Kept in storage in original box ever since, I intended to use it for a second system but with first child on the way I have decided to part ways with it. Brilliant 40Wpc (into 8 ohms or 55Wpc into 4 ohms) amplifier. This got some great reviews when they were released: https://www.stereophile.com/integratedamps/marantz_pm5003_integrated_amplifier/index.html Postage can be arranged. Note: Listed elsewhere Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  14. Selling my beautiful New Audio Frontiers Supreme 300b Special Edition integrated amp. Has been lovingly cared for by an obsessive audiophile. Dead silent operation and has been 100% reliable since owning. Sweet sounding integrated with a gorgeous mid-range that the 300B tubes are known for with great dynamics and harmonic richness. Auto-bias and has been completely trouble free to own, and no preamp required. Currently the cheapest price I can find globally for a new model is 15,800 USD https://www.usatubeaudio.com/brand/new-audio-frontiers/ Here’s a great review below from Clement Perry of Stereotimes and plenty more online. http://v2.stereotimes.com/post/new-audio-frontiers-supreme-300b-special-edition-integrated-amplifier/ This amp also comes with an array of tubes as I have researched, and tube rolled the best options available. These include: 1 x pair ECC83 TESLA (not new JJ) – These are the framed grid tesla that come out of the same factory as the famed Telefunken ECC803S. I was recommended these by the NAF agent in Germany. Amazing harmonics with a dark juicy sound. 1 x pair ECC83 Telefunken (original boxes) – Huge dynamics with a very linear sound. My preferred ECC83 currently. 1 x pair ECC83 – Original Yugoslavian pair that came with the amp 1 x pair 5687 RCA – Tung-Sol Black Grid 2 x pair (one unused) of the Sperry Raytheon 5687 tube. These are my firm favourites, huge soundstage and very dynamic. I liked them so much I purchased another pair 300B – 4 x matched TJ Full Music Tubes – These have been in use for the past 5 years. No issues and still going stronG. I also have 4 of the standard 300B tubes the amp came with, these can’t be guaranteed however will include with amp This is the 230v model. Amp will be sent in original packaging and comes with remote.
  15. Extra Info: The Devialet was purchased last year and I’m the second owner. It was originally purchased in June 2015 so basically you still have 1 more month factory warranty until June 2020. This is a superb all in one amplifier. There are reasons this get many great reviews from audiophile around the world. I didn't believe how good it is in such a small package until blown away by its sound. Works perfectly since I bought it last year, not a single fault. My dream is to add another Devialet to make it dual mono but due to downsizing and financial purpose this has to go. The Devialet amplifier is also a piece of art which will suit any house and your partner will be happy to live with it. The remote is nicely built and very enjoyable to use. The amp is dead quiet. I have no problem running my Clearaudio Concept straight to the phono of the Devialet. All setup done via Devialet Configurator. A lot of fun to play around with SAM on/off and other functions which can be easily done via the Configurator and SD card. Although I have the original packaging, I prefer local pick up in western suburb. Let me know if you have any questions. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  16. Further information: I bought this IOTAVX SA3 about 12 months ago with an intention to do a write up on it but I haven't managed to find the time yet and it looks like I'm not likely to in the near future so I'm putting it up for sale. It's a nice amp to listen to, reminds me of the 800 series Rotel amps which were warmer and easier on the ears than their newer 1000 series models. The DAC is quite decent too and well matched sonically to the amps abilities. I also bought a pair of PAIYON P4 speakers around the same time and I've found that they match well with the IOTA. I've taken the pics of the items together but will list them separately (which seems easier to do under this new FS layout). Would make a good starter amp for a budding audiophile or an amp for a second/office/workshop system, particularly if you add on the Aircast remote (which is not included as I didn't buy one). Official website below. https://www.iotaenterprises.co.uk/collections/amplifier/products/iotavx-audiophile-stereo-amplifier-sa3 Postage in the original box will not be a problem as this puppy is small enough to be sent by Austpost. Photos:
  17. Further information: Photos: Purchased 2nd hand last year, this amp has seen very little use. I have the original box, and am happy to post Aust-wide. The amp is in perfect working order and buyers can demo with my Focals. Pick up from Thornbury or Abbotsford. Specs: Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz +/- 0.5 dB, 20 Hz - 50 kHz +/-2 dB Nominal Output Power RMS / 8 Ohm: 2 x 150 Watt Nominal Output Power RMS / 4 Ohm: 2 x 250 Watt Nominal Output Power Class A / 8 Ohm: 2 x 10 Watt Harmonic Distortion: < 0.1 % (1 kHz, 1 Watt) Input Sensitivity: 300 mV Signal-Noise Ratio: > 90 dB Input Impedance: 47 kOhm Inputs: 4 x Stereo RCA, 1 USB Outputs: 1 x Stereo RCA Pre Out, 1 x Stereo RCA Rec Out, 4 x 2 Speaker Terminal, 2 x 3.5 mm Jack (Power Control) Tubes: 1 x 12AX7; 2 x 6N1P-EV Colour: Black Weight: 20.4 kg Dimensions (WxHxD): 430 x 152 x 435 mm Comes with remote. Note: This is the original SV237. The link below is with the updated digital input. https://www.vincent-tac.de/en/product-lines/tubeline/sv-237mk.html
  18. Further information: To all the Naim Fanboys out there I get it 🙂 There is an attention to detail and feel of quality in this amp which is special. Everything is designed purposefully with all knobs feeling silky smooth, connectors are all hand wired and it weighs a ton!!. The sound floor is amazingly low with music coming from a jet black canvas right up there with the Bryston B135. It has an amazing ability to reveal subtle details like the tapping of Birdy's piano pedals or the muted breathing of Michael McDonald. You hear things in records you didn't know existed. But it also has a remarkable ability to not sound analytical despite the detail retrieval something the Devialet 120 could not. Bass is strong and tight, mid range smooth and non fatiguing. it has a wonderful sense of rhythm and pace. It bettered my Roksan Caspian M2 which is a master in this regard. There is plenty of current on tap too, it had no trouble driving my PMCs 23s to party levels and would be a great match for hard to drive speakers like Dynaudios. It matches the moon 340ix for control despite the moon being rated significantly higher. Unit is is excellent condition with original box and remote it was one of the later models produced in the series, I purchased it of a fellow SNA'r to demo in my system as I'm cycling through a few integrates at the moment. I replaced it with a moon 340IX and it was a toss up which one I kept but I've decided to keep the moon only because it has the built in DAC but for SQ I actually really like the Naim sound and can see why they have a cult following. I've priced this very competitively so price is firm as any lower then this and I will sell the Moon instead. Any questions just ask happy to post at buyers or pick-up also available Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  19. Current equivalent EVO100 selling for $3400 I have had this amp for about 4 years, the current tubes have around 400-450 hours of use. It has a small chip on the body at the back of the unit Excellent build and sound. Tubes included are Sylvania SV6L6GC, JAN 2 x 5814 and Primaluna 2 x 12AX7 Has Adaptive Auto Biasing, and you can use 6550, KT90, EL-34, KT77, 6CA7, 6L6GC, KT66, 7581, EL37, and any of their equivalent power tubes. Hand made point to point wiring. Lots of reviews online. Shipping at cost and buyers risk, pickup preferred by mutual agreement. If picked up I will add a new set of tubes and a cover for the amp, value about $250+. Photos: JJ
  20. Further information: Priced reduced from $2,800 to $2,600 For sale is my beloved Plinius 9200 in absolute mint condition. It was purchased new by me in 2011 and have been sparingly used especially in the last few years as a second system and has never failed to impress. Had every intention to continue keeping this - until a recent decision to upgrade to active speakers means it's time to consolidate my hifi system. Also comes with original double boxes, remote control, final test cert, & even the plinius white gloves. This is a stunning amp with plenty of power, finesse and dynamics and has a really nice phono stage. It has a power rating of over 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms. Per Plinius the 9200 operates in high bias class A/B however it has been designed to preserve as much of the class A sound as possible. It's well built like a tank and to last. Any questions please don't hesitate to reach out. Reviews: http://6moons.com/audioreviews/plinius2/1.html https://www.whathifi.com/plinius/9200/review Manual https://www.manualslib.com/manual/260469/Plinius-9200.html#manual Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  21. Further information: needs no introduction highly regarded and award winning integrated with Naims legendary build quality and infectious sound. Vocals are staging are among the best I've heard in my system, bass is tight and melodic 2nd owner purchased from another SNAr excellent condition no marks have original remote, Manuals and box happy to negotiate for a quick sale Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  22. Further information: have been using this as my B amp as I’ve been cycling through a few much higher priced intergrateds. It actually won out on a few of them due to its thoroughly entertaining sound and I regularly came back to it it has tube like qualities and and a well rounded sound with plenty of drive and rhythm . I paired it with a pair of PMC 23s as per what hifi’s recommendation and it offers excellent synergy and plenty of current to drive them to house party levels. Excellent reviews online and fantastic build quality includes learning remote and box can ship Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  23. Item: Vincent Audio SV237. Black. Location: Melbourne Price: $1250 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Raising capital for domestic transducer development. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only Extra Info: Purchased 2nd hand last year, this amp has seen very little use. I have the original box, and am happy to post Aust-wide. The amp is in perfect working order and buyers can demo with my Focals. Pick up from Thornbury or Abbotsford. Specs: Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz +/- 0.5 dB, 20 Hz - 50 kHz +/-2 dB Nominal Output Power RMS / 8 Ohm: 2 x 150 Watt Nominal Output Power RMS / 4 Ohm: 2 x 250 Watt Nominal Output Power Class A / 8 Ohm: 2 x 10 Watt Harmonic Distortion: < 0.1 % (1 kHz, 1 Watt) Input Sensitivity: 300 mV Signal-Noise Ratio: > 90 dB Input Impedance: 47 kOhm Inputs: 4 x Stereo RCA, 1 USB Outputs: 1 x Stereo RCA Pre Out, 1 x Stereo RCA Rec Out, 4 x 2 Speaker Terminal, 2 x 3.5 mm Jack (Power Control) Tubes: 1 x 12AX7; 2 x 6N1P-EV Colour: Black Weight: 20.4 kg Dimensions (WxHxD): 430 x 152 x 435 mm Comes with remote. Note: This is the original SV237. The link below is with the updated digital input. https://www.vincent-tac.de/en/product-lines/tubeline/sv-237mk.html
  24. Item: Vincent Audio SV237. Black. Location: Melbourne Price: 1300 dollarydoos. Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Raising capital for domestic transducer development. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only Extra Info: Purchased 2nd hand last year, this amp has seen very little use. I have the original box, but its super heavy and (at this stage) would prefer not to post. The amp is in perfect working order and buyers can demo with my Focals. Pick up from Thornbury or Abbotsford. Specs: Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz +/- 0.5 dB, 20 Hz - 50 kHz +/-2 dB Nominal Output Power RMS / 8 Ohm: 2 x 150 Watt Nominal Output Power RMS / 4 Ohm: 2 x 250 Watt Nominal Output Power Class A / 8 Ohm: 2 x 10 Watt Harmonic Distortion: < 0.1 % (1 kHz, 1 Watt) Input Sensitivity: 300 mV Signal-Noise Ratio: > 90 dB Input Impedance: 47 kOhm Inputs: 4 x Stereo RCA, 1 USB Outputs: 1 x Stereo RCA Pre Out, 1 x Stereo RCA Rec Out, 4 x 2 Speaker Terminal, 2 x 3.5 mm Jack (Power Control) Tubes: 1 x 12AX7; 2 x 6N1P-EV Colour: Black Weight: 20.4 kg Dimensions (WxHxD): 430 x 152 x 435 mm Comes with remote. Note: This is the original SV237. The link below is with the updated digital input. https://www.vincent-tac.de/en/product-lines/tubeline/sv-237mk.html Photos:
  25. Item: Yamaha A-S1000 Integrated Amplifier (Black) Location: Melbourne (Local pickup only, I don't have the box). Price: $700 (was $850). Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: Clearing out the 2nd system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Specifications are available on Yamaha's site - https://au.yamaha.com/en/products/audio_visual/hifi/a-s1000/index.html At 105W in to 8Ohm (220W into 2Ohm) this has no trouble driving Harbeths and PMC's. Note, I'm not the first owner (I purchased through a local (Melb) seller on SNA about 12-18 months ago). I'm currently running Harbeth Compact 7ES-3 with this amplifier, and it really is a great match. The amplifier has MM and MC phono stage, currently using a Rega Planar 3 (MM) very nicely. I don't have the original remote, but use a universal Logitec to good effect, which I'll include in the bundle if the buyer wants it (nothing fancy, does the job - volume, input selection etc). There is one minor dint along the top faceplate (see 1st photo, above the Balance knob). One of the great features is the Direct Input, which allows you to run a pre-amp into it (I'm using a RME DAC to good effect). Photos:
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