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SOLD: Rega p10 turntable Dynavector dv20xmc cart

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Rega p10 99 percent brand-new almost and Dynavector dv20x cart with low hours. Bought from another SNA member low hours.

 

Item: As new, top of the range Rega Rp10 Turntable with low hour Dynavector DV20x cartridge.
 

Location: Perth


Price would be  $8100 for new.

 

I have not used deck or cart at all since bought as have too many decks. Update --- I have powered up and played on weekend and its a beautiful thing.

 

Dv20x cart with 50 hours


Item Condition: Perfect 99/100 as not new.
Reason for selling: cash.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only pypal as a friend etc
Extra Info: I cannot even see a scratch on either the deck or the power supply, not even on the cover and has genuine factory box for shipping.


Will post Australia Wide

 

 

See:
https://www.carltonaudiovisual.com.au/rega-rp10.html

 

I’ll refer to the TAS review:
http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/rega-rp10-turntable-and-apheta-moving-coil-cartridge/

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
• Handmade RB2000 tonearm, precision engineered bearing and aluminium sub platter
• Ceramic oxide diamond cut flywheel platter
• Fully adjustable RP10 dedicated power supply tuned to its own motor
• Rega’s pioneering skeletal plinth design
• Aluminium skin phenolic bracing 

 

DYNAVECTOR DV-20X2 TURNTABLE CARTRIDGE

DV-20X has a solid aluminum alloy body and a rigid magnet construction similar to XX-2MKII. The cantilever is a 6mm length of hard aluminum pipe with a Micro-Ridge stylus. The magnetic flux damping and softened magnetism along with powerful neodymium magnets gives the 20X2H a healthy 2.8 mV output – suitable for most MM inputs. The 20X2L has an output of 0.3 mV ideal for most MC phono stages.

Both high and low versions of their 20X2 are available ensure for the optimum end result. The high output model is well suited to valve preamplifiers or electronics that only offer MM inputs whilst the low output version offers superb performance when combined with dedicated moving coil inputs.

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