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  1. Yep thats what I want. To match my S8's and ADP3's. Cheers M
  2. Item: Chord Signature Speaker Cable 2.5mtr Location: Williamstown, VIC Price: $650 + postage Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These were my first serious high-end speaker cables. I'd been stuffing around with DIY cables, and cheap cables, so when I put the money down for these they were the most expensive speaker cables that I'd ever bought. But boy oh boy did the deliver. These cables will make your music come alive, improve the sound stage depth and width of your playback, and delivers a vice like grip on full and extended bass. Fantastic upgrade for someone who wants to step into the high-end without breaking the bank. I liked these so much that I picked up another pair - see my other listing - which I am also selling. This pair come with the original round bag. New these great cables are $1900, so grab yourself a bargain... https://www.vinylrevival.com.au/products/chord-signature-speaker-cable?utm_source=google&utm_medium=smart_campaign&utm_campaign=gs-2018-11-03&ref=SFDR_238078668&variant=13759816899&ptcid=27736_389_379368720&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIraHOhIqQ3wIVhCQrCh3ihQwpEAYYASABEgIPi_D_BwE PLEASE NOTE - These are a stiff cable so need a little more space than flexible cables, but unless you have your speakers up against the wall, shouldn't be a problem. Pictures:
  3. Item: Chord Signature Speaker Cable 2mtr Location: Williamstown, VIC Price: $450 $400 + postage Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought these as a second set - I liked my first set so much that I bought these. The Chord Signature speaker cables were my first serious high-end speaker cables. I'd been stuffing around with DIY cables, and cheap cables, so when I put the money down for these they were the most expensive speaker cables that I'd ever bought. But boy oh boy did they deliver. These cables will make your music come alive, improve the sound stage depth and width of your playback, and delivers a vice like grip on full and extended bass. Fantastic upgrade for someone who wants to step into the high-end without breaking the bank. This pair are black, and are slightly different to my first pair that are a later version with the red and black outer sheath. When I purchased them I thought I got ripped off, but I did quite a bit of research and these are the way the Signature speaker cables came out originally. Spades at one end, banana plugs at the other. Spades show signs of wear, but they are still solid and reliable. I did a compare with my other set, and I could hear absolutely no difference. So for these are a real bargain as the current version costs $1900: https://www.vinylrevival.com.au/products/chord-signature-speaker-cable?utm_source=google&utm_medium=smart_campaign&utm_campaign=gs-2018-11-03&ref=SFDR_238078668&variant=13759816899&ptcid=27736_389_379368720&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIraHOhIqQ3wIVhCQrCh3ihQwpEAYYASABEgIPi_D_BwE PLEASE NOTE - These are a stiff cable so need a little more space than flexible cables, but unless you have your speakers up against the wall, shouldn't be a problem. Pictures:
  4. Item: Paradigm Signature (S6) V2 Floorstanding Speakers Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove Price: $2900 Item Condition: 'Mint' Secondhand Condition Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer Shipping: We can ship anywhere in Australia, price depends on individual item and location. Extra Info: These speakers are in absolutely mint condition with the exception of a very indent on one of the tweeter grills which has no effect on performance at all. (we've included in a picture). The speaker covers themselves have been replaced with brand new units. This is a fine pair of speakers at this price given that when new these retailed for around $9,000! Specifications: Design: 4-driver, 3-way floorstanding Crossover: 3rd-order electro-acoustic at 2.0 kHz; 2nd-order electro-acoustic at 190 Hz (bass drivers) Frequency Response: On-Axis: ±2dB from 45 Hz - 45 kHz Frequency Response 30° Off-Axis ±2dB from 45 Hz - 20 kHz High Frequency Driver: 25-mm (1 in) P-Be™ dome, ferro-fluid damped / cooled, rear damping chamber with ARB™ fins and integrated heatsink, dual super-neodymium ring magnets, die-cast heatsink chassis, IMS/SHOCK-MOUNT™ Midrange Frequency Driver: 178-mm (7 in) Co-PAL™ cone, ferro-fluid damped / cooled, ATC™ chambers, 38-mm (1-1/2 in) dual-layer voice-coil, super-neodymium ring magnets, AVS™ die-cast heatsink chassis, IMS/SHOCK-MOUNT™ Low Frequency Driver: Two 178-mm (7 in) mineral-filled polypropylene cones, 38-mm (1-1/2 in) four-layer bifilar long-excursion voice-coils, massive hard ferrite magnets, AVS™ die-cast heatsink chassis, IMS/SHOCK-MOUNT™ Low Frequency Extension: 26 Hz (DIN) Sensitivity Room / Anechoic: 91 dB / 88 dB Impedance: Compatible with 8 ohms Suitable Amplifier Power Range: 15 - 400 watts Maximum Input Power: 200 watts Weight: 31.8 kg Dimensions: HxWxD: 111cm × 21cm × 34.5cm Pictures:
  5. Item: Paradigm S8 v2 Signature floor-standing speakers. Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW Price: RRP $11,000 Our Price $3900 Item Condition: Excellent 2nd hand Condition Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Shipping: We can ship to anywhere in Australia. Price dependent on location. Extra Info: Feature packed and sonically superb. These just traded 3-way, 6 driver, Paradigm Reference Signature speakers are in excellent condition, save for a small nick on top of one of them. Come with their original cartons. Key Features: P-Be™ Pure-Beryllium Tweeter Domes. Pure beryllium was chosen for its exceptional thermal, physical and mechanical properties: lighter than diamond or aluminum with unmatched rigidity. Response is instantaneous and extraordinarily uniform. Elevating the dome promoted optimal off-axis dispersion. ARB™ Aperiodic Resonance Breakup Fins. Die-cast aluminum fins in rear damping chamber capture and quickly disperse residual internal resonances, rendering them inert. Co-PAL™ Cobalt-Infused Anodized Pure-Aluminum Midrange Cones. Combine high stiffness-to-mass with superior internal damping for an even greater degree of accuracy. The result is smooth, uncolored frequency response. Dual ATC™ Asymmetrical Tapered Channels. Precision die-cast aluminum chamber with tapered dual interior channels provide optimal volume. The asymmetrical design dissipates the back wave while the center of the chamber is direct-coupled to the huge magnet structure, providing an efficient thermal escape path for heat generated by the voice coil. Strategically positioned cooling fins on the rear of the chamber transfer heat away from the motor. Injection-Molded Mineral-Filled Polypropylene Bass Cones. The mineral content, now 30%, and the injection-molding process have resulted in a far more rigid cone. The improvements reveal a dramatic increase in repeatability as well as consistency of performance. To see the full specifications click here Pictures:
  6. Can anyone advise how to add signature to posts? Managed it once a few years ago, but can't find where to do it, or a help topic on it.
  7. Item: Paradigm Signature C3 Centre Speaker Location: Epping, Vic Price: $1500 Item Condition: In good condition. Reason for selling: Need Cash for a house deposit Payment Method: Pickup/Delivery - Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer Only Extra Info: Can demo. Happy to ship at the cost. Pictures
  8. Item: Paradigm Signature C3 Centre Speaker Location: Epping, Vic Price: $1500 Item Condition: In good condition. Reason for selling: Need Cash for a house deposit Payment Method: Pickup/Delivery - Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer Only Extra Info: Can demo. Happy to ship at the cost. Pictures
  9. Item: Paradigm Signature S2 v3 Bookshelf Speakers + J29 stands - Cherry Location: Perth Metro Price: $2,400 Item Condition: As New Reason for selling: No more listening room Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Bought from Eastwood Hifi in May 2016. Very lightly used, was part of a second (third) system for a listening room that never eventuated properly. Have all boxes, comes with the J29 stands. Berrilyum tweeter is outstanding but can't bring myself to use these as computer speakers. Looking to sell locally only. Pictures: I'm aware how narrow they're sitting, but no longer have a listening room.
  10. Item: Paradigm Signature S2 v3 Cherry + J-29 StandsLocation: Perth, WAPrice: $2,600 firmItem Condition: Superb, barely usedReason for selling: Given up on a listening room, just can't make it work due to walls, glass, windows, odd shaped rooms...Payment Method: Pickup - Cash onlyExtra Info: Bought from Eastwood in mid May, speaker stands are filled with dried sand. Is as new as can be, and has not been used extensively. Have tried to figure out a listening room but it feels like I'm forcing it. Can't find a room with the basic requirements for a decent listening space (apart from theatre).Pictures: below, took a few quickly but is basically as perfect a condition as it gets. Barely used.
  11. Item: Paradigm Signature C3 Centre Speaker Location: Epping, Vic Price: $1500 Item Condition: In good condition. Reason for selling: Need Cash for a house deposit Payment Method: Pickup/Delivery - Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer Only Extra Info: Can demo. Happy to ship at the cost. Pictures
  12. I am looking for a paradigm signature c5, if anyone have one keen to move pls let me know, can arrange pickup from anywhere, thanks
  13. I've mentioned the circumstances surrounding the appearance of the RGi35ENR at my place of residence over in the addicts guide thread (post #95 for those who are curious). I've re-posted the pics pics above from there, they are the only ones I've got and we can't have a review thread without a few pics. You know, sometimes I forget what it is that I’m looking for in an integrated amp. Am I looking for perfection? Well… sure… why not, but I’m enough of a realist that I’m not actually expecting to find it. Am I looking for extended highs (because I do like them!), sweet mids, natural mids, sexy vocals, deep bass… I could go on and on. But I think what I’m looking for is an enjoyable presentation, one that entertains. And I’m not really that fussy on the details (not until I put on my critical hat and reach for my clipboard anyway) I’m just after an amp that I will enjoy listening to, everything else is secondary. Most of the amps I’ve managed to get my hands on over the past few years have sounded pretty good, there were only really 3 that I had serious “lack of appreciation†issues with and it wasn't so much that they did things badly it was more that they did things in a way that I really didn’t like. Listening to them was still a worthwhile learning experience (even if I didn’t choose to do it for very long). I am happy to say that the ‘35ENR has provided me with another learning experience, and quite a pleasant one to boot. Now I’ve been sent this REDGUM RGi35ENR Black Series (by accident, or possibly due to the wish I made when I saw that shooting star last week) to add to my amp experiences and I am happy to say that I quite like it. It’s got the kahunas of a paratrooper, more bass than a guitar shop and enough honesty that it could never hope to get itself elected to parliament. All of these are good things, but I’ve come unstuck in the past a few times now where I’ve discovered that even though I thought an amp performed great in initial listening they turned out to have a serious flaw or two once I put on my chosen test disc and put pen to paper so, let us get down to brass tacks shall we? The cables in use for this test were Aurealis ICs from source to amp and REDGUM speaker cables. The source was my usual Consonance cd120 and the speakers were my Lenehan/ETI S2R stand mounts. The ‘35ENR is rated at 65wpc and sports some pretty decent power claims down into 2 Ohms, if you want all the details I suggest you check out the indiegogo link here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/redgum-black-signature-series-amplifier-project Or one of the SNA links, news here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/redgum-black-signature-series-amplifier-project And discussion thread here: http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/66328-21-years-of-redgum-so-something-special-had-to-happen/ Highs: Triangle is bigger and bolder than ever with a longer ring out (or hang) time, trumpet seems to be ever so slightly smoothed/sweetened (so not quite as raspy as usual) but it retains its identity well (ie it’s still very distinctly a trumpet), Piano is similar, just ever so slightly less crisp and more sweet than I’m used to, not enough of a change to annoy just enough to indicate a distinct personality. This is the first time I’ve heard ‘slightly sweetened’ upper treble that I actually enjoyed. 7.5 Mids: I had a bit of a hard time coming up with words here, eventually I coined the phrase ‘naturally, neutrally, pleasant, and just a little bit mellow’ to describe the mid range presentation of the ‘35ENR. 7.5 Bass: Provides extra large helpings of Strong, Deep, Fast, Hard and Solid Bass. At lower volume levels the bass sits happily and unobtrusively in line with the top end and the mids but when you up the volume it really kicks in. At these higher volume levels it can intrude on the higher frequencies and hide some of the detail of them, however if you are listening at these volumes then it is unlikely that you would be seeking those details and more likely that you would be trying to drive your friends from the room (or possibly your neighbours from the street). There is a massive amount of bass on tap for an amp of this wattage rating. Very impressive. 7.75 (was to be an 8.0 but I marked it down 0.25 due to the occasional bass intrusion) Vocals: Very much the same as the mid range, the vocals seem to a bit understated but end up being very captivating all the same. The REDGUM doesn’t seem to exerting an influence over them in any way, they certainly aren’t sweetened, softened or smoothed, they seem untouched. An example of less is more maybe? It certainly makes the vocals very hard to score, I’m going to go with a 7.5 as I did with the mid range, but keep in mind that if ‘un-interfered with vocals’ is what you are after then this should be an 8.0 or 8.5. 7.5 2D Soundstaging: I have to make mention of this, the ‘35ENR has a massive level of channel separation, so much so that many vocals and instruments that I am used to hearing ‘smack bang in the middle of the speakers’ migrated to the left or right by up to a meter (for a few songs there I must have looked like I was watching a tennis match, my head was turning left and right so often). This is a pretty damn cool effect (IMO, obviously), you could almost call it ‘enhanced stereo’. Now I stopped giving scores for soundstaging a while back, and this is a pity because here the little REDGUM excels. If I was awarding scores this one would have to be a 9.0. 3D Soundstaging: Pretty much as expected, it would score somewhere between 6 and 7, maybe 7.5, which was a bit of a let down after the 2D result above. Overall Performance Integration: Loves its transients, puts out a very dynamic and solid performance that it is generally happy to let the bass take the lead in (at higher volumes anyway), the highs and mids can be surprisingly delicate and detailed at times but the amp does like to remind the listener that it really likes to emphasise its bass performance. This is one of those amps that loves everything to change, while it doesn’t mind nice mellow flowing music it absolutely loves big dips and crashes. In some ways it puts me in mind of a 20 year old with a new sports car, he’s always smiling but he’s smiling wider when he’s accelerating, braking or changing direction. 7.0 Ability to Emote: I’m going to split this in two here and award one score for the mids and highs and one for the bass. 7.0 (mids and highs) a nice light allure that slowly and gently drags you in, that naturalness speaks to you but it does it a bit slowly since it takes a little time to work out exactly what it is you are hearing. 8.5 (bass) Grabs you by the scruff of the neck, drags you to the end of the pier, wraps a chain around your left foot and then throws you (and the two bricks attached to the other end of the chain) off the end. Even if you are not a fan of it, you are definitely going to react to that bass! Electric Guitar Test: 7.5, very good but that natural mid range doesn’t quite let me hear the ‘feedback edge’ that I like. Luckily this score increases to 8.0 if you crank the volume over 85db. 80’s Rock Test: 7.0 Perfectly adequate but just not outstanding. I may try some other 80’s rock just to confirm. Comments: Another amp that is just that little bit different to most. It’s been a long time between drinks in my chosen hobby lately but at least I can say that those drinks have been ‘strong and interesting’ ones. Since REDGUM use a passive volume control I was expecting to hear some of that softening of the leading edge of notes that I heard with the ME240 (particularly when I ran it without a low impedance source) and/or the mellow liquid sound/effect of the Exposure 2010S2. I could hear it (to a lesser extent) with the REDGUM RGM175 system I had previously too, so it was pretty surprising to discover that it just didn’t happen with the ‘35ENR. Good stuff! In fact, there is very little about the sonic signature of this amp that reminds me about the RGM175 system that I had recently. Admittedly it was 5 years old and this amp is about 5 minutes old so that may well explain it. I will say that I like the ‘35ENR more than the RGM175 though, and I’m not sure that all of that difference can be said to be due to my ‘soft spot’ for integrated amps. I’m thinking those three initials make quite a difference. Another thing I discovered was that the amp is sensitive enough to easily display the difference between 2 DACs, I had the REDGUM CD5ENR hooked up and was doing some swapping back and forth between it and my Consonance cd120 and found that the character of the amp changed significantly when I switched between the two, the bass increased by at least 10% with the CD5 ENR, and was pushed out by 2 or 3 feet which separated it (in the soundstage) from the top end and the mids which seemed to stay where they already were, in between the speakers. Now I know the two players have quite different sounding character but it is rare to find an integrated amp that can display that change in character so vividly (if only they all did then there would be far fewer people walking around claiming that DACs don’t make a difference). That is a definite feather in the little REDGUM’s cap. All of this is about in line with what I would expect to get in an integrated amp in the two to two-point-five thousand dollar range (I’m talking Aussie dollars here). It certainly fits in with many other amps I’ve heard that sit in that price range. But… it isn’t in that price range… is it? OK, so now that I’ve typed somewhere around 1700 words about the integrated amp in question, how about I try it out as a power amp? If I wind the volume pots fully open then I can, and, to my way of thinking, if I can then I really should. And quickly, before anyone asks for it back.
  14. Item: Red Wine Audio Signature 57 integrated amplifier (walnut finish) Location: Clayton, VIC Price: $2800 plus shipping $2600 plus shipping (RRP = $4000) Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Can't quite match it with my (vastly more expensive) Pass Labs amp. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, PayPal. Details: The Signature 57 is RWA's newest amplifier; incorporating two Liliana power amp modules into one (very beautiful) case. At 57wpc into 8 ohms (115wpc into 4 ohms and stable into 2 ohms), it provides more power for those who love the RWA sound but have inefficient speakers that can't be driven by the smaller Signature 16. Like all RWA amps, the Signature 57 is battery-powered and can be set to run completely off-grid, negating the need for expensive power cables/filters/conditioners. Say hello to low noise floor! A full charge will see you through approximately 12-18 hours; the amp can also run while charging from the provided A/C adapter. I purchased the amp directly from Audio Addiction as an ex-demo unit; it is the same one that our very own John Darko reviewed (link below). It comes with a full warranty that is transferable to subsequent owners. The amp is in absolutely mint condition, with not a scratch on it. This particular unit is the standard configuration, but can be sent back to RWA to add extra modules such as a DAC, phono stage or headphone jack. RWA have also recently released a new dual-mono tube input stage that can be retro-fitted; all the details are on their website linked below. The amp will come in the original shipping box with the aluminium remote (a thing of beauty), A/C charger and manual. Pickup from Clayton, SE suburbs or buyer pays shipping within Australia. Demos and inspections are welcome; PM me to arrange. The RRP on these is $4000, so grab yourself the very first second-hand unit on the market, in mint condition, for a fraction of the cost. Review: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2013/12/red-wine-audio-signature-57-integrated-amplifier-review/ More info: http://redwineaudio.com/components/signature-57 Pics: This is the most beautiful amplifier I've ever laid eyes on.
  15. Item: Red Wine Audio Signature 57 integrated amplifier (walnut finish) Location: Clayton, VIC Price: $2800 plus shipping $2700 including shipping in Australia (RRP = $4000) Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Can't quite match it with my (vastly more expensive) Pass Labs amp. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, PayPal. Details: The Signature 57 is RWA's newest amplifier; incorporating two Liliana power amp modules into one (very beautiful) case. At 57wpc into 8 ohms (115wpc into 4 ohms and stable into 2 ohms), it provides more power for those who love the RWA sound but have inefficient speakers that can't be driven by the smaller Signature 16. Like all RWA amps, the Signature 57 is battery-powered and can be set to run completely off-grid, negating the need for expensive power cables/filters/conditioners. Say hello to low noise floor! A full charge will see you through approximately 12-18 hours; the amp can also run while charging from the provided A/C adapter. I purchased the amp directly from Audio Addiction as an ex-demo unit; it is the same one that our very own John Darko reviewed (link below). It comes with a full warranty that is transferable to subsequent owners. The amp is in absolutely mint condition, with not a scratch on it. This particular unit is the standard configuration, but can be sent back to RWA to add extra modules such as a DAC, phono stage or headphone jack. RWA have also recently released a new dual-mono tube input stage that can be retro-fitted; all the details are on their website linked below. The amp will come in the original shipping box with the aluminium remote (a thing of beauty), A/C charger and manual. Pickup from Clayton, SE suburbs or buyer pays shipping within Australia. Demos and inspections are welcome; PM me to arrange. The RRP on these is $4000, so grab yourself the very first second-hand unit on the market, in mint condition, for a fraction of the cost. Review: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2013/12/red-wine-audio-signature-57-integrated-amplifier-review/ More info: http://redwineaudio.com/components/signature-57 Pics:
  16. Hi all, Our little Signature i90 seem to have been a big hit at the Australian Audio & AV Show in Melbourne. Thanks for all the feedback and the positive posts in that thread. Those who experienced them already know how good they are, however we are getting lots of enquiries about from people who haven't heard them yet but have heard the 'buzz' about them. Their regular price is $999each in black or white. On orders taken from the 3 days between right now up to and including this Friday 8 Nov I'll do them for $699each. So why am I doing this? Well, firstly because it's my company and I can. Secondly it would be good if a few more owners could help those who haven't heard them yet do so. Pictures & data sheets attached. Taking orders on Signature i90 for $699 each for 3 days. Go. FreeCall 1800 818 882 or email vaf@vaf.com.au Philip EMAIL - Signature i90 & i49.pdf EMAIL - Signature i90 Preliminary Information.pdf
  17. Item: RWA Signature 15 integrated amp. Price: $850 pickup or buyer pays shipping. Condition: Great. One very small circular mark on the top of case (see photos) Reason for selling: I thought I'd try it in my system with the Isabellina HPA DAC that I've been running. They're a great match but in the end I preferred my current amps. Details: For those who don't know, these are battery powered and thus run off-grid. It's a great way to eliminate power line noise and other interference; which results in an eerily quiet background. It comes with the included universal charger; you'll get about 6 hours in between full charges. It can also run while charging - so you don't ever have downtime. It's as realistic as I've ever heard an amplifier sound; uncannily so. Tonallity is excellent, similar to some valve amps but without the warmth and humidity in the midrange. This thing is crystal clean and transparent. Bass is suprisingly solid for such a low-powered amp (15wpc into 8 ohms and 30wpc into 4 ohms). The unit has 3 line inputs, selectable via the front knob. Underneath the speaker binding posts are a set of pre-outs. The original remote is also included. The amp will come packed in its original box, along with all accessories and the manual. Price is for pickup from Clayton or Southbank; postage within Australia should be about $50. Auditions are welcome, message me with any questions. More info: http://redwineaudio.com/components/signature_15?utm_source=rmaf&utm_medium=flier&utm_campaign=fallcomponents Glowing reviews: http://www.tonepublications.com/spotlight/red-wine-audios-signature-15-amplifier/ http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2012/07/red-wine-audio-signature-15-integrated-amplifier-review/ http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/redwine14/1.html http://parttimeaudiophile.com/2012/03/22/follow-up-red-wine-audio-signature-15/ Pics:
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