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FS: **RELIST** Full Quad System - ESL988, II40 Monoblocks, QC24 Pre


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Item Condition: Excellent. ESL panels Better than new - Panels rebuilt by Quad master John Hall, less than 2hrs use since rebuild ($$$)  
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.
Suburb or Town: Leichhardt
State: NSW
Payment Method: Cash, EFT
Reason for selling: No space,  system has been in storage (humidity controlled) for the past 36 months. 
Extra Info:  One of my favourite systems I've had the pleasure of owning. Silky tops, a sound stage bigger than a Broadway theatre (remember those?), and a transient response that traditional drivers can only dream of. 

 

Speakers

 

The best late night speaker ever built. Fully rebuilt by Melbourne's Quad expert John Hall. Quad owners will know how good his work is. With all new panels and power supply components these are as good or better than new.  I pulled them out to take photos, so a listening session of course followed, so they have around 2 hours on them. 

 

Amps:

 

Valve complement 2 x KT-88 , 2 x 6SH7 , 1 x 5U4G - Brand new Electro-Harmonix KT88 will be fitted before pickup. (Alternate tubes by negotiation) 

Total Harmonic Distortion at 700 Hz 0.3% at 40W 0.03% at 1W

Frequency Response 10Hz to 30kHz (+0 / -0.5dB)

Damping Factor 20 at 700Hz (8 ohm)

Hum and Noise better than -80dB

Loudspeaker taps 4 ohm and 8 ohm

Sensitivity 1 V RMS

Power Consumption 180W maximum

 

Pre

 

1 x 6111 Twin Triode valve

5Hz - 50kHz (+0dB / -0.5dB) Frequency response

0.6% at 15W (at 700Hz) Total harmonic distortion (THD)

Better than 80dB Hum & Noise, 15dB Line stage gain

50k ohms Recommended minimum load

Inputs: 5 x Line level & 2 x Tape loops

 

I will not ship these, so pick up is essential. Happy to answer any questions, or just simply wax lyrical about hifi. 

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19 minutes ago, towanda said:

Love that fireplace, those tiles look mad. What era?

 

House was built in the 1910's :) 

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