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Price: $800 Item Condition: Excellent Shipping Options: Pickup is available,Audition is not available, but in-person pickup can be arranged with limited personal contact Suburb or Town: Sutherland Shire State: New South Wales Payment Method: Cash, EFT Reason for selling: Upgrading This pre-amp / processor requires very little introduction. Was Marantz flagship processor and supports the recent codec, such as DTS-HD MA and Dolby True HD. Has the ability to map height or width channels however it doesn't support the latest Atmos, Auto & DTS-X object sounds.
I have the original box and Auddessy mic, remote is working, but isn't perfect, however I have always controlled the unit via Marantz App.
Will serve someone looking for a great experience with surround / 2 channel sound not looking to move into the new object audio.
Note supports both XLR and RCA connectivity which can be mixed based on your configuration. Also offers 2 channels for subwoofer connections and eq.
I do have the original box, my preference is pickup, but will ship if new owner is willing to pay arrange / pay courier and take risk of shipping damage
While I have requested $800 I would also be open to a straight swap for a panasonic DP-UB9000 4K player
Price: $550 Item Condition: Impeccable Shipping Options: Audition is not available, but in-person pickup can be arranged with limited personal contact,I can ship this item Suburb or Town: WORONORA HEIGHTS State: New South Wales Payment Method: EFT, Cash on Pickup Reason for selling: Moved to separates Further information:
Impeccable Vincent SV-400 Integrated amplifier. Have original box, packing and remote control. Great amp, lots of grunt for the money and super quiet -- and sounds great too. RRP is $999: https://www.selby.com.au/vincent-sv-400-integrated-amplifier-black-sv400b.html
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The weight alone shows that a solid power unit has been integrated, capable of guaranteeing stability. The 6800uF filter capacitors, a ring core transformer and electronic volume control all make a clear statement. The SV-400 is also equipped with a D/A converter in order to playback music formats offered by a PC or music server. A USB socket acts as the input here.
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 KHz +/- 0.5 dB Nominal Output Power RMS / 8 Ohm: 2 x 50 Watt Nominal Output Power RMS / 4 Ohm: 2 x 80 Watt Harmonic Distortion: < 0.1 % (1 kHz, 1 Watt) Input Sensitivity: 200 mV Signal-Noise Ratio: < 90 dB Input Impedance: 47 kOhm Max. Power Consumption: 214 Watt Inputs: 5 x Stereo RCA, 1 x USB Outputs: 1 x Stereo RCA Pre Out, 1 x Stereo RCA Rec Out, 2 x 2 Speaker Terminal, 2 x 3.5 mm Jack (Power Control) Colour: Black / Silver, Weight: 9.5 kg Dimensions (WxHxD): 430 x 98 x 345 mm
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So currently I have nothing setup, but have narrowed down on speakers and am looking for what avr/power amp/dac are required to make work everything I desire.
Id like to be able to have a 2ch setup for a main tv/kitchen/living area, with speakers to play:
- music currently on a hard drive (internal and external);
- tv/movies through streaming apps like Netflix through a Fetch box or a Xbox1 or a Chromecast;
- streaming apps/Youtube through casting from an iphone.
Sound quality of music is the priority, but I do find it much easier to hear spoken words on tv with separate speakers.
I have been looking at Ascension speakers from Adelaide and talked to the guy there last year. The likely model will be around 150 wrms at 8 ohms. I will call him again to discuss, but if I remember correctly from what he recommended last time, an AVR to drive such speakers is expensive relative to the speakers just to offer extra channels that I don't need. Would a suitable alternative be a 2ch power amp plus a second device to hand all the digital inputs?
Emotiva BASX A-300 or AMC: 2N100MKII-2 are both 150w 8ohm power amps for about $800, but an AVR that can do 150w at 8 ohms are about $5k - what am I missing here? Ive looked into this several times over the last year and I feel like I am just going round in circles.
Any help would be appreciated. Cheers.