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The April 2015 meeting of the Sydney Audio Club sees us once again at Dence Park for an afternoon of fine music, great sound and amicable company.

Each month, the Sydney Audio Club presents the finest in high end audio systems for our members and guests.  It's a bit like a private audio show once a month where you can hear and discuss equipment that you might not otherwise have the chance to audition.  And you can bring along your own music to test the capabilities of the system or to just share with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

 

For our April meeting we’ve got an interesting and revealing CD player comparison coming up..! 

 

We will have 3 disc players to compare… 

AMR CD-777 CD player

Esoteric X-03SE CD/SACD player

Marantz UD7007 Universal player 

 

Given that the AMR CD-777 plays only CDs, we will limit our comparison session to the CD layer.  The winner of the comparison will be used for our BYO session. 

 

 

Details of the system…

 

AMR CD-777 CD player – Courtesy of Cameron Keating of MaxMedia.  Refer to http://www.maxmedia.com.au/www.maxmedia.com.au/AMR_777_SERIES.html.  To quote Cameron… “Exclusively using the Philips UDA1305AT Multibit chipset, a bespoke transport and premium quality valves, backed with cherry-picked components, the CD-777’s atypical approach surpasses digital source machines costing several times more …. The CD-777 is the first type of what AMR’s refers to as a “music hubâ€. Using the absolute highest quality design and execution, the CD-777 is first, a high-end CD processor. Second, able to receive a digital signal in from a PC or transport either through USB or S/P-DIF without the usual increase in jitter, it can be used as an accomplished DAC. Third, able to send out a digital signal through S/P-DIF to an external DAC or computer, it can function as an exceptionally well-designed transport source.â€

 

Esoteric X-03SE CD/SACD player.   Refer to http://www.esoteric.jp/products/esoteric/x03se/indexe.html and http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/esoteric14/x03se.html.  Utilises Esoteric’s high precision VRDS-NEO transport mechanism.  6 Moons gave a Blue Moon recommendation … “the X03-SE gets another strong vote of confidence and an unconditional confirmation of its prior Blue Moon statusâ€. 

 

Marantz UD7007 universal player – This is a player that has been heavily modified by club member Bill Louey.  For detail about the player in its original spec, refer to http://www.audioholics.com/blu-ray-and-dvd-player-reviews/marantz-ud7007-blu-ray-player and a Five-Star review from What HiFi http://www.whathifi.com/marantz/ud7007/reviewTo quote What HiFi .. “It has a powerful and bold presentation that makes most alternatives sound insubstantial. There’s also lots of sonic detail and a huge sense of scale.“.

 

Classe CP800 pre – connected to the power amp via Vertere XLR.  Refer to http://www.classeaudio.com/products/cp-800.php and http://www.stereophile.com/content/class233-cp-800-da-preamplifier

 

Plinius SA250 Mk4 amp – connected to speakers with Nordost Frey.  Refer to http://www.pliniusaudio.com/Plinius_Range/Power_Amplifiers/SA_Reference.html and http://www.stereophile.com/solidpoweramps/506plinius/index.html.

 

Energy Veritas 1.8 Floorstander speakers – Refer to http://www.audioreview.com/cat/speakers/floorstanding-speakers/energy-speaker-systems/veritas-v1-8/prd_122534_1594crx.aspx and http://www.stereophile.com/floorloudspeakers/551/

 

 

The second half of the music sessions will be our popular BYO.   Members and guests are welcome to offer music to share with us all.  So bring along your favourite music on  CD/SACD.   Sorry, no provision for vinyl or flash drives this month.  All we ask is that the music and recordings be interesting.  We'll ask you to tell us a little about the artist/recording before it is played.  Tracks over 6 minutes will be faded out, to give everyone a fair go.

Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and share your experiences with others of a similar mind.

Guests are always welcome – we are a very friendly club so you don't need to know anyone to join us for an afternoon of fine music and sound.  We will welcome you at the door.

Venue:  Epping Creative Centre
Address:  26 Stanley St, Epping

When:  Sunday 12th April 2015

 

Doors open 1pm
Meeting starts at 2pm

 

Best regards,

 

Tom Waters

President

Sydney Audio Club

www.sydneyaudioclub.org.au

tomwaters@sydneyaudioclub.org.au

 

I'm not Tom :)

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We've had a request, due to it's popularity, that we include an Oppo to the line up, so additionally we will have an Oppo 105 on the day to compare as well,

 

Will be interesting to hear how the latest Oppo stacks up against the others, especially the modified Marantz.

 

Hopefully Oppo have improved the cd playback over the 95, which for me is like listening to music on the edge of your seat rather than sitting back and relaxing, so hoping they've toned that back some in the 105.

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We've had a request, due to it's popularity, that we include an Oppo to the line up, so additionally we will have an Oppo 105 on the day to compare as well,

Will be interesting to hear how the latest Oppo stacks up against the others, especially the modified Marantz.

Hopefully Oppo have improved the cd playback over the 95, which for me is like listening to music on the edge of your seat rather than sitting back and relaxing, so hoping they've toned that back some in the 105.

Will this be a stock standard 105 or a modded one?

Trying to make it this month as I have been absent for a number of months. Always look forward to the "interesting" music.

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The 105 is original and courtesy of Andrew B.

 

The interesting music is usually absent when you guys are, so hopefully you can make it. Please consider the Veritas only have 6" bass drivers and in a big room so nothing sub sonic now :sorry:  :).

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@chefscuba70 

 

Ahem...

 

I tried to make up for these gents absence by bringing in two CDs last month!

 

Couldn't get my second choice, Nils Petter Molvaer past the judges though... :( 

 

See you on Sunday mate :)

 

Cheers,

Leigh

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@@chefscuba70 we will be kind to those bass drivers which are monsters compared my babies.

@@ferchersan hope you bring NPM this week. New Elana Stone album arrived at work today. That's a possible. As is Rodrigo y Gabriella after seeing them play last night. Thinking thinking thinking.

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@@Viognier I will have NPM with me... :thumb:

 

Now that you mention them, your speakers would ceratinly pull a crowd for an SAC meeting...  :ph34r:

 

Cheers,

Leigh

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If you need to slip something past the keeper, just slip it into a classical cd cover ;)  :D.

 

I second Leigh's suggestion there and I want them cranked up so I can feel the bass line on 'Limit To Your Love' at the back of the room :P, yeah that would be awesome (if they survive :o :ph34r:).

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If you need to slip something past the keeper, just slip it into a classical cd cover ;):D.

I second Leigh's suggestion there and I want them cranked up so I can feel the bass line on 'Limit To Your Love' at the back of the room :P, yeah that would be awesome (if they survive :o :ph34r:).

I need a dislike button.

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@@Viognier My bad. FWIW, if it helps you dodge a bullet, I'll offer up the use of my Maggie's for a meeting!

 

@@chefscuba70

 

I can imagine it now, Bert gives a well thought out insight into a beautiful piece from one of his favourites. Tom puts the CD in and the crowd gets hit with some twisted drill n bass courtesy of Aphex Twin. :o   :party

 

Cheers,
Leigh

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Sounds like a plan, the old switcheroo of the cd trick.

And no problems @@ferchersan

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I've got family duties during part of the afternoon but I'll try to get up there for a bit with a techno or deep ambient track :)

Please excuse my StereoNet app brevity

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