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Hi guys, I've inherited a Perreaux 6000B and SM2 preamp in good condition. Given the age of these items I would really like to get them rebuilt with quality parts to last another 30+ years, by someone who knows what they're doing, is thorough and does a high quality job (including soldering and wiring cleanly). I am located in Brisbane and would prefer to have someone local to perform the work. If anyone has recommendations for someone to perform this work that would be very much appreciated. I've done an Internet search however haven't really come up with much.
Item: looking to buy Primaluna EVO200 or Primaluna Prologue Premium preamplifier Price Range: Item Condition: used Extra Info: looking for primaluna used preamp with HT bypass. thank you.
Further information: This pre-amp / processor requires very little introduction. Was Marantz flagship processor and supports the recent codec, such as DTS-HD MA and Dolby True HD. Has the ability to map height or width channels however it doesn't support the latest Atmos, Auto & DTS-X object sounds. I have the original box and Auddessy mic, remote is working, but isn't perfect, however I have always controlled the unit via Marantz App. Will serve someone looking for a great experience with surround / 2 channel sound not looking to move into the new object audio. Note supports both XLR and RCA connectivity which can be mixed based on your configuration. Also offers 2 channels for subwoofer connections and eq. I do have the original box, but would prefer not to ship it. While I have requested $1200 I would also be open to a straight swap for a panasonic DP-UB9000 4K player Photos:
Item: Canary Audio CA-601 Mk II Preamplifier, approximately 12 years old, zero problems. Location: Brunswick, Melbourne – will ship interstate, have original packaging & boxes. Price: $750 firm - it is priced to sell as was $3000 when new. Item Condition: This item is in near excellent condition the usual wear and tear – a small scratch on the top grill as can be seen in pics. The lovely gold Fascia has no visible marks to the eye and it and the preamp operates perfectly. I have the original packaging so I can post anywhere in Australia. Although I only have a few posts in the stereonet community I have over 1200 positive feedbacks on ebay under the same user name: https://feedback.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=punkterfuge I'm also happy to chat about it on the phone to negotiate delivery to prospective interstate buyers etc. The specs can be seen here: http://www.canaryaudio.com/601.html Reason for selling: Side-graded to Electrocompaniet preamp. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is a beautiful sounding preamp that really has that valve magic, particularly in the lush mid-range. It uses two 6922’s and one 6CG7. Horns, piano and particularly vocals have a real liquidity to them that only valves can provide. The Treble is extended and not recessed and the bass is taut. For a valve pre, the sound is closer to neutral rather than overly rich and it responds really well to tube rolling, it ships with Sovteks 6922’s, which don’t have many hours on them as I was using Amperex 7308s, which I’m keeping for my headphone amp. Canary Audio gear is generally pretty high end and this is their entry level pre. I have been run it with mainly with Electrocompaniet amps and it has two pre outs for biamping and four inputs, all single ended. Full specs can be found on Canary Audio’s website: http://www.canaryaudio.com/601.html This brief review is from here: https://positive-feedback.com/Issue4/livingvoice.htm “The Canary 601-Mk-II preamp has a smooth, pleasing, musical balance. The music doesn’t wash over you with coloration, or hammer you with dynamics or hyper detail. Musical timbres are natural, and there is texture and body. The bass is very articulate and taut. In my system, this preamp sounded neither dark or bright. High-end details were extended and clean without sounding bright, sharp, or rounded off. With the Canary combo, the music comes across as just a little warmer and more atmospheric than with my solid state stuff. Musical timbres were very realistic, and I noticed no obvious coloration. Other tube amps and preamps might come across as more musical on first hearing, but I think this is due to their having more colorations.” Some more user reviews here: http://www.audioreview.com/product/amplification/preamplifiers/canary-audio/ca-601-mk-ii.html Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
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