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20180910_165732.thumb.jpg.1f141a36928a9fd7564f1ce492c687cb.jpgItem: Luxman L-58A integrated amplifier
Location: Sydney
Price: $1600
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: Upgade
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, 
Extra Info: Pick up, can deliver in Sydney.


This is 100w of beautiful vintage Luxman sound.

I absolutely love this amp and am only thinking of selling it because of the opportunity to upgrade to a Luxman L-507u.

It has an amazing phono stage with 2 inputs for MC and MM.

Has been recently serviced at Len Wallis Audio (invoice attached)

The timber veneer has some very slight blemishes near the corners of the fascia but are only visible on close inspection.

Considering its age it is in excellent condition.

A Classic.


For more information and specs see: http://www.thevintageknob.org/luxman-L-58A.html









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I have one myself....great amp....probably the best looking SS amp from Luxman period

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