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    • Price: AUD $7,450
    • Condition: Nm
    • State: (WA) Western Australia/Australia
    The P800 is a monster Rated at 400W/Channel into 8 ohms For Stereo. P-800 is True Dual Mono Amplifier with Two Power Cords. It is also Fully Balanced Circuitry from input to output when the XLR (Balanced) mode is selected. It has both RCA (Single Ended) or XLR (Balanced Inputs). Please note that the previous P800 sold for $6500 and it wasn’t in pristine and fully original condition like this one is. I don't think there is one better currently on the market. This has been recently serviced and cleaned by an Accuphase specialist. One of the nicest features (apart from the sound) about P800 is its low impedance speaker driving capability. It has a switch under the hidden front panel door to switch from regular mode to the low impedance mode. Also located under the front panel are the volume adjustments, meter adjustments, Output impedance adjustment and the XLR/RCA selection. In Regular Mode, P-800 can do 400W/channel into 8ohms, 600W/Channel into 4ohms continuously (RMS) for each channel. In can do up to a whooping 1600W Dynamic Power (Peak) into 2 Ohms Load for music signal (See the Meters)! In Low Impedance Mode, P-800 can do 200W/Channel into 4 Ohms, 400W/Channel into 2Ohms and 600W/Channel into 1 ohm speaker load continuously (RMS) for each channel. The Accuphase P800 Stereo amplifier is made in Japan. However, It has internal voltage conversion and can be wired for 100V/120V/220V/240V for worldwide voltage. It is currently configured for AUD 240v. The amp looks mint condition. Specifications: Power output: 400 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 20Hz to 200kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.01% Damping factor: 200 Gain: 28 dB Input sensitivity: 2.25V Signal to noise ratio: 125dB Speaker load impedance: 1Ω to 16Ω Semiconductors: 15 x IC, 20 x FET, 158 x transistors, 158 x diodes Dimensions: 481 x 239 x 489mm Weight: 47.2kg Pick up Location: Perth Western Australia Shipping (Australia Wide): I'm happy to drop it off to the courier but shipping to be arranged by buyer through Pack & Send
    • Price: AUD $7,450
    • Condition: Nm
    • State: (WA) Western Australia/Australia
    The P800 is a monster Rated at 400W/Channel into 8 ohms For Stereo. P-800 is True Dual Mono Amplifier with Two Power Cords. It is also Fully Balanced Circuitry from input to output when the XLR (Balanced) mode is selected. It has both RCA (Single Ended) or XLR (Balanced Inputs). Please note that the previous P800 sold for $6500 and it wasn’t in pristine and fully original condition like this one is. I don't think there is one better currently on the market. This has been recently serviced and cleaned by an Accuphase specialist. One of the nicest features (apart from the sound) about P800 is its low impedance speaker driving capability. It has a switch under the hidden front panel door to switch from regular mode to the low impedance mode. Also located under the front panel are the volume adjustments, meter adjustments, Output impedance adjustment and the XLR/RCA selection. In Regular Mode, P-800 can do 400W/channel into 8ohms, 600W/Channel into 4ohms continuously (RMS) for each channel. In can do up to a whooping 1600W Dynamic Power (Peak) into 2 Ohms Load for music signal (See the Meters)! In Low Impedance Mode, P-800 can do 200W/Channel into 4 Ohms, 400W/Channel into 2Ohms and 600W/Channel into 1 ohm speaker load continuously (RMS) for each channel. The Accuphase P800 Stereo amplifier is made in Japan. However, It has internal voltage conversion and can be wired for 100V/120V/220V/240V for worldwide voltage. It is currently configured for AUD 240v. The amp looks mint condition. Specifications: Power output: 400 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 20Hz to 200kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.01% Damping factor: 200 Gain: 28 dB Input sensitivity: 2.25V Signal to noise ratio: 125dB Speaker load impedance: 1Ω to 16Ω Semiconductors: 15 x IC, 20 x FET, 158 x transistors, 158 x diodes Dimensions: 481 x 239 x 489mm Weight: 47.2kg Pick up Location: Perth Western Australia Shipping (Australia Wide): I'm happy to drop it off to the courier but shipping to be arranged by buyer through Pack & Send
  1. HI to All, I have an Accuphase P-500L that is feeding my excellent but hungry speakers: B&W 802 N's. I must admit I am very pleased with it. In fact I love it. It recently dawned on me that 270W per channel @ 8 ohm is good but 840W per channel @ 8 ohm might be better. I did some research on the net and opinions are not one sided. I found that one of our members was selling this exact model so...I bought it. It will soon arrive in my music den and I will know first hand whether this was a good idea or not. Before I do that I would like your opinions on this topic: Will the sound improve? Will the stage improve? Will the Bass improve? What can I expect? What do you think will be the outcome? I know for one thing driving each speaker with a separate amplifier sets one up for a surprise. I will let you know and I will answer any questions you might have.
  2. Well I had a question about member interest in tuners, and suddenly it has turned into our next meeting! June 1, is now an ASoN tuner extravaganza (2:45pm at the Epping Community Centre, Dense Park, as usual). SNA readers and ASoN members alike are invited to attend this unique opportunity to see/hear/show some of the most remarkable tuners on the planet. How did this all start? I've just bought a 1979 Sansui TU-X1, all 17kg of tuner over-engineering, lovingly refurbished with Black Gate caps etc. and realigned by Ken Bernacky of Stereo Surgeons, Connecticut. It should arrive in Oz next week. By all accounts, one of the best sounding half dozen stock tuners ever made, and, according to some, after capacitor upgrades, service and realignment, it is the very best, with a combination of intensity and naturalness that leaves many top CD players seriously wanting ! I hope that's not just hype, since I've put my money into this one, and I haven't even heard it yet! You'll get to decide if it is the best you've heard, on Sunday June 1st. What I do know is that the Accuphase T-1100, released in I think 2011, is more-or-less universally acknowledged as one of if not THE best production tuner of the last 20 years at least, at a price which matches its great looks and position at the top of the tree. One of our members has generously offered to put his Accuphase T-1100 up for comparison. This is one I'm burning to hear. My soon-to-arrive TU-X1 is not my only special tuner. I just received another Sansui tuner I've been looking to buy for a long time, but never had the opportunity as it is one of the rarest of the species. The TU-X711, Sansui's last real high-end tuner, has only been offered on international eBay a few times in the last 10 years. It boasts real-world signal-to-noise levels of 98dB (mono) and 91dB (stereo), which make it the quietest tuner I've ever heard of. You can listen with headphones and barely hear the faintest of hiss on stereo. Sound quality is superb too, but it won't get to the stratospheric heights of realism offered by the TU-X1 or T-1100. There may be a Sumo, a Tandberg, even a classic British Nytech may be there. I'll be using a Magnum Dynalab ST-2 FM antenna. This internal/external 1.4m vertical ½ wave length antenna is regarded as one of the better FM antennas out there and exceptional for its modest price and installation flexibility. Not that we need a particularly special antenna in Epping, but I'm picking it up anyway to manage the appalling multipath I have in my home on Sydney ABC FM. I'll be trying to tee up a special deal with the Magnum Dynalab importer, for any attendee wishing to get one. To really up the ante, we'll be using a broadcast quality stereo FM transmitter, courtesy of Elson, so we can compare tuner performance using CD material of our choosing (as well as great source quality from ABC and 2MBS FM and maybe searching for a few really faint FM stations too). Back end hardware is still being organised but is likely to be Elson's Amps. Who knows, maybe my preamp will be completed by then - an Elson-designed combination preamp/headphone amp. Well maybe not, but Richard or Edgar can bring a pre. Speakers? I could supply my Totem Arros plus REL T2 and T3 subs, but we'd need to use tables as side walls like we did in February, to make the effective size of the room smaller (the Totems are definitely small room speakers). Otherwise there are other speakers available. Do you have a special tuner you'd like to show off and compare? Let me know what you plan to bring so we can make sure we've arranged space for everyone's hardware. See you on the 1st. Cheers Warren Marshall
  3. Now the dust has settled from the bearded GTG yesterday I think it time to organise a new event for the GTG calendar The location is Woodend - about 50 min from the CBD on the Calder freeway. Start time will be 1pm till whenever... If you would like to attend PM me. If you have a significant other uninterested in this event I suggest ditching them or else sending them to Hanging Rock or some of the swanky gardens in Mt Macedon which is not far away. Food will be provided - home made pizza - as well as beer and wine. The system is Dynaudio C4 Pass labs pre power combo Meridian Sooloos music server Rocksan Tabriz vinyl spinner http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/55387-minor-dynaudio-c4-upgrade/ Note there is no CD spinner so if you want to listen to digital then we will have to upload it to the meridian server - which is easy. Alternatively bring your digital music as a Flac or WAV album on a PC compatible USB or portable HDD for upload. Bonus beer for anything new, interesting or just plain cool. I will also have the dreaded Accuphase C2420 on hand to perform the interconnect comparison as I detailed here http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/60756-transparent-mm2-super-vs-chord-chameleonplus/ So instead of bring a plate bring a cable and we can put it to the test.
  4. Have just spent a pleasant 2 hr auditioning a pair of Thiel CS 3.7s at Class A audio. Had to go in and pick something up and Kevin offered the chance to take a listen. Initially he had a pair of ProAc floor standers and I didn't like them at all. Something horribly wrong with the bass. So in came the 3.7's. Wow what a difference. Had never heard this particular speaker and I have to say its very impressive. At $17k rrp its far from cheap but I have heard a lot worse for the $. IMO would certainly take these over Wilson Sasha, Alexia, B&W 802 or 800, or the big Dynaudio's. The most impressive thing was the amazing soundstage. With very little effort taken to optimise position they produced an amazing soundstage. As good as anything I have heard with a sane price. The system was the 3.7's driven by Trigon monologue monobloc's, Accuphase C-2420 pre, and either Trigon music server or Accuphase CD player. With the soundstaging of the 3.7's this evening was unintentionally the best demonstration of how two different front end components can influence soundstage I have ever heard. The imaging difference between the Trigon server and the Accuphase CD player was immediately obvious. Big win to the Accuphase. Not that the Trigon was bad but I did suddenly wonder how to get $11k to buy the Accuphase which is hard for a music server zealot like me to say. In any event the fact that I picked the difference so clearly tells me that these speakers are worth a harder look. And I can't help wondering how good they could be if some time was spent dialling them into the correct position. My thanks to Kevin for his time and the offer of a special price to try and tempt me Bad photo attached Disclaimer. I don't have shares in Thiel or any association with Class A Audio. Just thought to share my observations.
  5. I've just got an older Accuphase E206 and want to connect my speakers with banana plugs but the centre piece of the amp's binding posts doesn't want to come out (to fit the banana plugs). Am I doing something wrong or does this amp not accept banana plugs at all? Any help would be greatly appreciated. cheers, Rob
  6. Some exciting news folks! Accuphase have dropped the long awaited replacement for the DP-700, named the DP-720. My first impression is, damn that is a pretty looking thing! The DP-720 benefits from filter down technology from the flagship DP-900/DC-901 products. The main differences appear to be a more rigid and refined transport mechanism which is better damped and includes a "chucking magnet" to keep the disc stable & more refined MDSD D/A converter. Accuphase also appear to have been listening and added support for DSD discs with DSD file format, full 24/192 sampling in PCM, a USB input, numeric display of sampling frequency and cool features like a phase selector switch (similar to my old Ayon CD-5s) & DSP connections to allow sound field correction via the DG-58. On the specs side, the DP-720 has slightly better signal/noise at 119db and a slightly lower THD figure of 0.0006%. Dynamic range and channel separation have correspondingly improved. Another interesting spec is the DP-720 is 1kg heavier which I suspect is mostly due to the more robust transport mechanism. Cheers, Bodhi
  7. Without wanting to restart the endless cable debate I thought I should share my recent cable comparison experiment. Aim: Using two preamplifiers compare the sonic differences between two analog XLR cables. Method: An Accuphase C-2420 has dual sets of XLR analog preamplifier outputs. These were connected to the XLR inputs of a Pass Labs XP-10 preamplifier using a 10 foot length of Transparent Audio MM2 super (from simply hi fi Perth) or a 1m length of Chord ChameleonPlus (from Carlton Audio Melbourne) The volume control of the Accuphase was fixed to the 12 o'clock position. Any subsequent volume changes were controlled buy the Pass XP-10. Music was fed to the Accuphase by a combination of a Meridian MDMS (Sooloos) music server digitally linked to an Audiolab MDAC. The Pass XP-10 was connected to a Pass Labs X250.5 and some Dynaudio C4 II signature loudspeakers. All other connections were made using a set of Cardas Clear Light XLR. Results: The switching between inputs on the Pass XP-10 is extreamly fast. This made it the perfect choice for this experiment as there was no break in the music when switching from input 1 to input 2. If another person is using the remote control and you dont observe the digital display on the Pass its very difficult to know if the input has changed. Thus it becomes very easy to assess any sound differences between the two XLR inputs. Using a variety of music we spent 30min switching back and forth between input 1 and 2. At the end of this time we concluded that the sound differences between the two cables was.......NOTHING. Neither observer could pick which input was being played Discussion and Conclusion: Neither observer could detect any difference between the two inputs. This was despite the fact that at least one observer wanted there to be a difference given the large cost differential between the two analog interconnects (1m of Transparent super is ~$1500 while the Chord is ~$220). Note that we have also made the assumption that input 1 and 2 on the Pass as well as the dual XLR pre outs on the Accuphase are equivalent. It is possible that the two male observers have bad hearing or that the associated equipment is badly setup or of insufficient quality to detect any differences between the cables. This is unlikely given that the same system and observers can clearly define the differences between different amplification or digital sources. For example there is a clear difference between the Audiolab MDAC and the available Meridian analog output. Neither is bad. The Audiolab has a more dynamic presentation verses the more laid back Meridian sound. We have also previously observed that reversing the polarity of the fuse in the back of a Rotel RB890 made a subtle but detectable difference in sound (sounds ridiculous but multiple people even non audiophiles could pick the difference in a blind test). Given the above observations and assuming that the test carried out is not fatally flawed we are left to conclude that either Chord ChameleonPlus and Transparent Audio Super are identical in sound or that the differences in sound between XLR cables is minimal. Future experiments may examine other cables and possibly challenge other observers. N
  8. I usually try to fight my early adopter tendencies but was not successful with this one. The Accuphase DC-37 was released in Japan last week and mine has arrived just in time for the holiday break. I had ordered and paid for it a while ago to get in early. Since it hasn't been released outside of japan as yet ( to my knowledge), then this is a bit of a scoop for SNA. While it is running in it is already very impressive with a number of "wow" moments. It is essentially the digital side of the SACD player DP-720 without the transport. It sounds very much like the DP-720 in practice- no surprises there. It has the usual inputs as well as USB and HS-Link - Accuphase's proprietary communication system between CD player and DAC. Both USB and HS-link will accept PCM signals up to 32 bit /384 kHz, and DSD up to 5.6448 MHz. This is not the top model in the Accuphase line up but it is the first that can accept DSD via USB. New models should follow suit. Specifications - see brochure below photo Accuphase DC-37.pdf
  9. Hi everyone. Look what just arrived from Japan. Only 1h listening so far. Very nice and transparent. To be honest though, slightly warmer sound compared to plugging my dac direct into the power amp. Otherwise it hasn't made that much difference. That is a testament to how good the DAC is rather than the quality of the new pre. Will update if any changes. It just look almost complete.. DC37 for sale anyone? 😄
  10. I did not want to hijack the "Idealish Server" thread so here is another which offers some first hand experience with some of the creations from the WA team. On my recent visit to Oz had a very enjoyable day hearing the Power Supply/Server creation from the WA crew on Tasso's impressive Accuphase/Magico system.I had already committed to the build of the modified JS2/Hashi on the advice of Tasso and Chanh but was looking forward to see if the money was well spent. We had on hand a Antipodes DX, WA crew Created Sever,Auralic sever various power supplies creation.I was also hoping to have an Aurender W20 on hand as well but a local agent let me down.I will have to purchase/try this one overseas....a real shame. We listened to the WA Crew server with my newly created modified JS2/Hashi and the DC37. This was the bench mark to which all others would be compared to and even though Tasso's system has changed considerably since my last visit it delivered in spades detail and dynamics. We listened at a loudness I am not used to but the system held up quite well.The Antipodes DX was then inserted for comparisons. As the owner of the DX I have been relatively happy with its performance but was quite surprised in Tasso system preferring the JS2/Hashi and WA Server by a reasonable margin of preference. Tasso's system with the DX inserted lost sound stage and dynamics.The DX rounded and compressed things which definitely may be suited to some but not for my tastes. We then removed the DC37 and inserted Kalliope paired with the WA Server .(I won't comment on this comparison as I am an owner of Kalliope).....other participants feel free to comment I know my tastes differ from others.... Next we connected the DX and Kalliope via the unpowered usb input. This is how I use my DX in my all Gryphon electronic system and while I thought it improved things slightly it still seemed to lack the dynamics the WA Crew Server and JS2/Hashi power supply displayed. We then powered the DX with the JS2/Hashi power supply and the improvement of dynamics and soundstage was immediately noticeable. Still quite confronting that a power supply can have such an impact but count me in as impressed. Comparison of the DX and WA Crew Server with JS2/Hashi was not done...but for me they offer very similar performance once connected to the JS2/Hashi power supply in my brief listen.....which says a lot as one has a very large price tag. A quick listen to the Aurilic server and JS2/Hashi power supply gave some quite good sound but lacked the polish,dynamics and soundstage that was on offer from the WA Server and DX. The WA crew of Tasso, Chanh, TJ, Don, JD (apologies if I missed anyone) have found the magic sauce for computer audio. For me the WA server and JS2/Hashi power supply is the first time a DIY creation has matched/equaled maybe even eclipsed the big boys creations, hell I even prefer the case to the DX....I cannot recommend highly enough their creations.If I had to start again I would copy their WA Server and go for the JS2/Hashi supply and be content that you would be getting some of the best CA that is available today. I now have to find an Aurender W20 which has a clock input and compare it to the King from WA ......I think this machine is the only one which may surpass it ...but I would not be surprised if it was eclipsed.....maybe a JS2/Hashi power supply , W20 and master clock may eclipse the best CD spinners....I know I am curious..... Once again great work lads and thanks for the impressive power supply I cannot thank you enough ...running the best Gryphon electronics can offer the JS2/Hashi power supply holds its own on sonic performance and striking looks ..I am looking forward to hearing this on my new system and seeing if the WA crew can improve their creations.... great work Cheers Jones
  11. Hello everyone, I am looking at a Accuphase P500 in mint condition. However, I am aware that it's from 1985 as per Accuphase website. I know Accuphase have good build quality but 30years is a LONG TIME. What risks am I taking in buying something like this? Are there any repairers in Melbourne and how is parts availability? How much roughly should I budget for a service +/- parts? Thank you. DT
  12. Further Information: The C200X Preamp is in excellent condition, with no visible physical flaws and a clean, dust-free interior. It operates on 240v and comes with the original manual. As a class A preamp, it delivers warm, rich sound that is suitable for a variety of musical genres, including jazz and classical, especially when running hot. This preamp is a great entry point into the world of Accuphase gear and has been well cared for. Everything has been tested, with the exception of the Phono Preamp, as I have issues with my cartridge (need a new one).
  13. Further Information: I've had this amazing pre-amplifier for just over 6 months. I think the balanced design is exceptional and it has proven just so once I put it in my system. I've just bought active speakers and they have their own volume control. As such, I'm no longer using this and it needs to go to someone who can make the most of it. I have copied in the original advertisement. It's in excellent condition and fully serviced. Those documents are included, along with the operating manual and fully functional remote control. Read all about it on the Vintage Knob. It's the beginning of the Accuphase dynasty and it's testament to why they are still such a special audio company. http://www.thevintageknob.org/kenwood-L-1000C.html
  14. Here is a Accuphase E-202 stereo amplifier Made in Japan 240v Australian delivered model - multi voltage selectable 2nd owner non smoke and pet free environment near mint cosmetic condition includes original manual recapped and sounding super selling only due to upgrading to the separates p300 and c200 otherwise this is a keeper pick up only sorry no postage available still available
  15. Further information: Up for sale is the Accuphase DP700 cd/sacd player. You can use it as a Cd player, DAC or CD transporter. Its build quality is second to none. The sound is very liquid and analog. The first time when I heard it, my comment was the singer sound finally had a soul. prefer local pick up as it weighs a ton but happy to pack in the original boxes and courier it at buyers cost.
  16. Item: Accuphase Preamplifier Price Range: open to consideration Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Thanks very much in advance!
  17. Wanted - accuphase c200 preamp Location Australia preferred Melbourne Condition excellent and must be 240v Price negotiable pending condition and history
  18. Item: Accuphase E800 integrated amplifier Price Range: fair market price Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Looking for E800 Accuphase Integrated Amplifier. Any member any chance thinking apart with one, please do not hesitate to contact me. Easy fair dikum transaction hassle free guaranteed. Kind regards Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can delete this text before pressing Submit).
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