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Item: Naim Napsa 2 ( Armageddon) Power Supply
Location: Sydney, Pennant Hills
Price: $1000
Item Condition: excellent
Reason for selling: selling on behalf of a mate who has hung up his needle
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info:
There are a few tiny marks on one edge (see pic) other wise it looks as new.  It was bought new from Audio Genesis in Sydney for $3000. Comes with owners manual and original box.  I have heard it and it sounds superb.

From the Naim website: The Napsa is a turntable power supply for the Linn Sondek LP12 turntable. Built around a large 430VA toroidal transformer, simplicity is the key to its uniquely musical sound. It’s a key element in the chain of getting the most from your vinyl playback.

Housed in a single, HiCap style, extruded aluminum case, the Armageddon contains a simple phase shift network. It does not use mains filters as we found through listening tests that they degraded sonic performance significantly.


 
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    • By Honreekea
      Item: Naim Napsa 2 ( Armageddon) Power Supply
      Location: Sydney
      Price: $1400
      Item Condition: Excellent
      Reason for selling: NLR
      Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD Only, EFT, Paypal ( plus 3%)
      Extra Info: There are a few tiny marks on one edge (see pic) other wise it looks as new.  It was bought new from Audio Genesis in Sydney for $3000. Comes with owners manual and original box.

      From the Naim website: The Napsa is a turntable power supply for the Linn Sondek LP12 turntable. Built around a large 430VA toroidal transformer, simplicity is the key to its uniquely musical sound. It’s a key element in the chain of getting the most from your vinyl playback.

      Housed in a single, HiCap style, extruded aluminium case, the Armageddon contains a simple phase shift network. It does not use mains filters as we found through listening tests that they degraded sonic performance significantly.

      The Armageddon drives the turntable at 33rpm (50Hz) only, with great smoothness and a dramatic reduction in the motor noise and vibration which cause irretrievable loss of information at the stylus.
       
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