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Item Condition: Used Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Sunbury State: Victoria Payment Method: Cash on Pickup Reason for selling: NLR For sale is my Yamaha A-U671 DAC/AMP. Was purchased for my home office, but my ideas have changed. There is only one blemish shown in the second picture near the Yamaha logo.
Please also see my other listing for a pair of Dali Zensor 1 speakers.
Pickup Sunbury after hours, Mitcham during business hours.
I just spontaneously purchased some Bowers and Wilkins DM2000 last week. Honestly, I saw a photo of them on ebay and something just clicked, not at all my usual shopping style. But this is what I imagine when I hear the word "speakers".
So, now of course I am worried that my reciever is going to leave me wondering about needing more power.
While I await delivery, I'm hoping someone can comment on my Yamaha RX-V1800 ability to push them, and/or suggest something more appropriate, at a price that doesn't trigger my wife's attention.
Is the v1800's 140W a true and fair representation of its power?
Currently, I have Wharfdale 9.5 towers, and enjoy listening to them as loud as I can, relative to any particular situation, but haven't really gone full throttle on them. They tend to lose clarity as I approach -0db.
The few references I find to my b&W online, or to similar b&W spkr of that era, seem be unanimous in that they will eat as much power as you can give them, and crave more. Indeed, the b&W spec sheet gives a minimum Wattage, rather than the usual indicators.
What have I got myself into? Further down the rabbit hole? Or is this going to work out just fine?
Item Condition: New still in box Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available. Suburb or Town: St Kilda East State: Victoria Payment Method: PayPal, EFT Reason for selling: Not needed Further information: I recently won this turntable in a competition at the Melbourne HiFi Show. I entered thinking the prize was some speakers, but was blown away to realise it was this turntable. Unfortunately, all my music is digital and I cannot afford to get into vinyl at the moment. I only just collected the prize and it remains unopened, packaged as collected from the fine people at Carlton Audio-Visual. Its listed price is $12,999.
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Item Condition: As New Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Brisbane State: Queensland Payment Method: Cash / Bank Transfer Reason for selling: No longer Needed Further information:
Selling my As-New Yamaha WXC-50 as I recently upgraded my AVR which has in-build streaming.
Great unit for the price, perfect for bringing your older analogue gear into the digital era or as the hub of a home music streaming system. Awesome DAC onboard too.
Comes with original everything including box, so it can be shipped for a flat $20 price Australia Wide.
further details can be found here on the Yamaha website.