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This thread needs more Luxman  

Prophetic is what you are @Luc Lee..........   I reckon both Lindsay and I should blame you for jinxing us into spending more money..   Newly arrived (today) matching Luxman SACD Player from

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4 hours ago, Dishan said:

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Both look awesome. Which power amp is your favourite one?

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2 hours ago, Willmax said:

Both look awesome. Which power amp is your favourite one?

Onkyo M510 is my favourite.

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2 minutes ago, Willmax said:

Yeah me too!!!

Do you have one as well? your youtube channel is great do you own all that gear?

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12 hours ago, Dishan said:

Do you have one as well?

No I don't sadly, they'd be pretty rare in Oz I would think. It looks amazing, seriously.

 

12 hours ago, Dishan said:

your youtube channel is great do you own all that gear?

Thanks mate, a lot of it has already been sold but most if not all of the gear I would have owned at one point in time or another. 

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On 03/09/2015 at 10:29 AM, Zaphod Beeblebrox said:

 

Actually, truth be told, none of them actually sounded much chop. I heard them all and owned a Marantz 2600 (and 2500) for a time. A decent preamp/power amp killed the 2600 dead (sonically). My comparison, at the time, was the Marantz Model 500 power amp. On test equipment, there was almost no objective difference between it and the 2500 power amp section, but, when driven by the 2500 preamp section, the Model 500 power amp was significantly superior sonically. 

 

And, I'll say again: None of the convection cooled receivers could maintain their rated power output for very long. The Marantz could.

 

I've read that the Sansui G33000 was loaded and tested to it's maximum output @ 330W. Look at what theyre pulling in value NOW, 6 years later the prices are rediculious.

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On 06/01/2021 at 2:24 PM, Dishan said:

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You don't need a rack. They themselves built a rack... huge :o !!!.... 

Tuff to beat those VUs :) 

 

 

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