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Item Condition: Used Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available. Suburb or Town: Peakhurst State: New South Wales Payment Method: Cash on pickup Reason for selling: No room for it Further information:
I purchased this turntable new less than a week ago. I intended to keep it but there is no space to set it up properly in the area I keep my system. I’m selling it because it is unfortunately too impractical for me to set it up elsewhere or change the furniture around.
The turntable was used once on the first day I got it. Everything is in working order and in as new condition. I also have the box, manuals etc.
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Item Condition: good Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Sydney State: New South Wales Payment Method: Cash/PayPal Reason for selling: nlr Further information:
pioneer 60" gen 9 plasma stand, krp tso1/pdk ts35a
for sale original pioneer stand, no longer required, my panels are wall mounted, minor surface marks.
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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 Condition: Excellent (one small scratch) Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available. Suburb or Town: PASCOE VALE State: Victoria Payment Method: PayPal, cash on pick up Reason for selling: Need to raise funds for family expenses Further information:
Purchased in 2013 from Audio Fidelity as Ex Display, (Came with a small scratch on crystal platter). Low hours of use and well taken care of, Perfect working order with no damage. This is a stunning piece of German engineering with the audio quality just as good.
Unfortunately not original packaging is available with this turntable, (so not to keen to ship) But i do have the tools and perspex dust cover for it.
Drive Mechanism: Direct Drive, Platter driven by a proprietary, magnetic field motor Power supply: External, solid-state power supply Bearing: Hydrostatic, zero-maintenance bearing Platter: Resonance-optimized, anodized aluminum alloy; crystal-glass platter mat / clamp Plinth Oasis: Resonance-optimized anodized aluminum alloy, wood frame Chassis Oasis: Movable (rotating) without play for simple and precise tonearm adjustment. Accepts all tonearms between 9” and 10.5“ effective length Connectors: RCA, or feed-through for tonearms with 5-pin DIN connectors RPM: 33 1/3 and 45, selectable by a switch LED indicator for speed (33 1/3 = green, 45 = red) Deviation from nominal speed: 0.0% (adjustable) Fine adjustment of speed: ± 10% with trim pot Wow & Flutter: 0.07% linear, 0.035% weighted DIN 45507 Speed-up time: 12 / 16 seconds (33 1/3 / 45 rpm) Rumble (noise): -64 dB (test record DIN 45544); -68 dB (measuring adapter) Weight Oasis: Total 26 kg (Plinth 15 kg, Platter 10 kg, Power Supply 1 kg)
Hoping some of you gurus may want to weigh in with some advice / direction please;
I have an RP6 with Exact cart, upgraded with Groovetracer sub platter and Little Belter blue belt. I love it - rhythmic, engaging, detailed - so much so that my LP12 has been relegated to the soon to be sold shelf in my storeroom (controversial, I agree).
So, now considering upgrade paths for the RP6 I'm considering one / some of the the following;
Groovetracer Delrin plater (approx $700),
RB 330 tonearm (also approx $700),
NEO PSU $449
Fono MC preamp $449
Ania MC Cart $999
Alternatively, I could sell my existing RP6 for (say) $1000 and pick up a new P6 TT w no cart (that already includes the NEO + RB330) for 2K, or with a new exact fitted $2399. or with the Ania MC for $2799. So basically I could have a new P6 for a cost delta of a grand.
I have my own ideas on what would give the best improvements / cost but would really appreciate recommendations from you all on what path would provide the greatest sonic benefits.
FYI - the RP6 plays directly through my Plinus 9200 in-built phono stage.
Thanks in advance.