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EXPIRED For Sale Schiit Audio Lokius Equaliser


AUD $430
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Price

AUD $430

RRP/MSRP

AUD $665

Product Type

Equaliser

Model Number

Lokius

Condition

As new

Payment Method

Paypal as a friend

Region/State

(QLD) Queensland/Australia

Suburb or Town

Brisbane Northside

Original Receipt Available

 No

Shipping & Pickup Options

Shipping:  Available
Pickup: Available

Auditioning

No

Reason for Selling

No Reason Entered

Further Information

Up for sale, a Schitt Lokius 6 band equaliser. It's totally transparent unless you crank up the lowest frequencies to max.

It is a very flexible unit as it has balanced and unbalanced inputs and outputs. In fact it could serve as a very high quality balanced/unbalanced converter in a system that needs one.

 

Happy to post as buyer's cost.

 

Review link below

https://www.thesoundadvocate.com/2023/03/schiit-audio-lokius-equalizer-assesment/

 

https://addictedtoaudio.com.au/products/schiit-audio-lokius-equalizer

Bands 20Hz, 120Hz, 400Hz, 2kHz, 6kHz, 16kHz

Adjustment+/-12dB at 20Hz and 16kHz, +/-9dB at 120Hz and 6kHz, +/-6dB at 400 and 2kHz

Maximum Output 10V RMS (SE), 20V RMS (balanced)

Frequency Response 20Hz-20Khz, -0.1db, 2Hz-1MHz, -3dB

THD Less than 0.0008%, 20Hz-20KHz, at 2V RMS in/out, pots centered, active stage enabled, less than 0.002% at any potentiometer setting

IMD Less than 0.001%, CCIF

SNR Greater than 115db, unweighted, referenced to 2V RMS

Crosstalk-85dB, 20Hz-20KHz

Output Impedance75 ohms

Input Impedance47K ohms

Topology Discrete, all-bipolar, symmetrical current-feedback design with matched parts throughout, DC coupled, with DC servo, plus dual-stage discrete superbuffer

Filtering Capacitor-gyrator for 20Hz and 120Hz, capacitor-inductor (LC) for all other bands

Power Supply “Wall wart” style 14-16VAC transformer, dual regulated +/- 17V rails

Power Consumption6W

Pictures are from the previous classified.

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