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  1. Its been an incredible time over the past 18 months for many reasons, I used covid lockdowns here in Melbourne to venture into the world of Hifi (having previously only owning Sonos gear through my house). Through this time there has been many learnings and countless debates on facebook pages I am now at a stage where I am pleased with my set up with the exception of new speakers in the next 6 - 12 months (I know most people get their speakers first, I went the other route) For those interested the below is a list of my gear... Router end of listening room Synology Nas (for local files). SoTM sNH - 10G Network Switch - Gieseler Kraftwerk II Linear Power Supply. I7 Nuc - 32 Gb Ram inside a Asaka Turing case - Gieseler Kraftwerk II Linear Power Supply. Optical Fibre - Vertere Pulse - HB Ethernet RJ45 Cables. Hifi Rack Bonn N8 Silent Angel Switch Gieseler Kraftwerk II Linear Power Supply. Optical Fibre - Vertere Pulse - HB Ethernet RJ45 Cables. dCS Bartock Dac. McIntosh MA 352 Amp. Synthesis Roma 79 DC Phonostage. Rega P6 Turntable - Van Del Hul The Frog Cart (updating to have the RB3000 Tone Arm). Kef R3 Speakers on Solidsteel SS5 stands. Furutech - Speakerflux cables. Furutech Power cables. Isol - 8 Power boards, might be looking to update to Shunyata Delta Power Conditioner. Van Del Hul interconnects. Isoacoustics Isolation under most components. Ben Burton Hifi Rack. Its a great hobby but you do hate that upgrade urge
  2. Hi I tried to get some pics and a bit of info on some of the rooms, I'll have to keep updating over the next few days. Sorry if any spelling is wrong or names or prices. I should be able to present a half decent overview though. I'll just say once that all comments are to my ears, i didn't use anyone else at the show. And all opinions are mine I am not writing about any one else. If you have a question let me know I may be able to come up with an answer. Rooms are in no particular order. First up is this huge room with huge JBL and huge Melody electronics. This was a large scale sound. Big bass but just because you can have big bass doesn't mean you should. I felt it smeared into the rest of the sound. I perhaps can see why some like it but for me it was underwhelming. They seem to be making things bigger these days and then charger more.
  3. Synergy Audio presents Sonus Faber and McIntosh 8pm Wednesday 18th October, visitors welcome. Willis Room, City of Whitehorse Offices Maroondah Highway (Whitehorse Road), Nunawading Melway Map 48 Ref G9 Contact: 9437 1249 When it comes to luxury products, the Italians have a sense of style that is unmatched. When Sonus Faber introduces a new speaker range to the market, they are dripping with Italian styling and strikingly beautiful aesthetics that would appeal to the most discerning eyes. The Homage Tradition line of speakers features a level of quality craftsmanship that is the hallmark of the brand. This month Synergy Audio presents the Serafino Tradition. This new generation of speaker is both technically advanced and strikingly beautiful. The Serafino Tradition is a 3.5-way floorstander that houses Sonus Faber's own 28mm silk dome tweeter featuring an "Arrow Point" phase plug. The tweeter shares an aluminium mounting plate with the 150mm midrange driver. The front baffle and aluminium plate are adorned in that distinctive leather finish. The low end is handled by the two 180mm bass drivers. Extruded aluminium fins run the length of the rear panel as part of an exoskeleton, integrating an effectively invisible "Aperiodic Reflex" system, engineered to provide the required bass extension. Partnering the speakers will be a complete McIntosh system comprising of the MCT450 CD/SACD Transport and the MA8900 Integrated Amplifier. To get the most out of your CDs, the MCT450 combines an aluminium die cast tray with a twin laser pickup that assures an optimal disc reading at 2x read speed for better data recovery. Featuring four digital outputs, the unique DIN output connects to the MA8900 to deliver the purist possible sound. Wrapped in the timeless McIntosh aesthetics with blue watt meters and black glass front panel, the MA8900 with the renowned McIntosh Autoformer, guarantees to deliver the full 200 Watts regardless if your speakers are 2, 4 or 8 Ohms. Synergy Audio will also be demonstrating the new Mobile Fidelity Turntable with its matching cartridge, the Mo-Fi UltraDeck with the Ultra Tracker. Once again we are in for a treat, both visually and sonically. Nick Karayanis Program Co-ordinator Ken Tripp Wise and Wonderful Webmaster Melbourne Audio Club, Inc. http://www.melbourneaudioclub.org.au
  4. D+M (formerly known as D&M keep up stereophile!) no longer own McIntosh: stereophile More info: http://www.twice.com/articletype/news/mcintosh-outlines-future-under-new-owners/103483 Not entirely sure if this is relevant or any useful info.. But wondering if this will start a revival of sorts with this brand.
  5. For our July club meeting, we are very pleased to have Alex Wilson from the Lifestyle Store present the Dynaudio Special Forty anniversary speakers. All the equipment is being kindly provided by Vinod, John and Alex at the Lifestyle Store in North Parramatta. (Refer to https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/.) Details of the system…. Dynaudio Special Forty anniversary speakers. “The new Special Forty anniversary speaker draws on 40 years of cutting-edge research – and brings it totally up to date with Dynaudio’s most celebrated techniques and technologies.” – Dynaudio website Refer to: https://www.dynaudio.com/home-audio/special-forty/special-forty and https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/dynaudio-special-forty-bookshelf-speakers.html and https://www.avhub.com.au/product-reviews/sound-image/dynaudio-special-forty-stereo-loudspeakers-review-481429 and https://www.whathifi.com/dynaudio/special-forty/review McIntosh MA252 Integrated amplifier. “The MA252 Integrated Amplifier is the first hybrid integrated amplifier from McIntosh. Taking retro design cues from the legendary McIntosh MC275 Vacuum Tube Amplifier, the MA252 combines the best of vacuum tube and solid state circuit design to create an amplifier that’s both visually and sonically stunning.” – McIntosh website. 100 Watts into 8 Ohms, 160 Watts into 4 Ohms. Refer to: https://www.mcintoshlabs.com/products/integrated-amplifiers/MA252 and https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/mcintosh-ma252-2-x-100-watt-hybrid-integrated-amplifier.html and https://parttimeaudiophile.com/2018/03/30/review-mcintosh-ma252-tube-solid-state-integrated-amplifier/ and https://www.stereo.net.au/news/mcintosh-ma252-hybrid-integrated-amplifier Front-end player. As yet to be decided. Cabling. Chord Epic series. 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 (sorry, no 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. Feel free to come and hear the capabilities of the system, or to just share the experience with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Guests are 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. Venue: Epping Creative Centre, Dence Park Address: 26 Stanley Road, Epping When: Sunday 8th July 2018 Doors open 1pm Meeting starts at 2pm Best regards, Tom Waters President Sydney Audio Club W: www.sydneyaudioclub.org FB: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyaudioclub E: tomwaters@sydneyaudioclub.org.au
  6. Random thoughts from The Home Entertainment Show in long beach California Five floors of gear plus one floor for the marketplace (records n Stuff) ‘I think the organisers will be disappointed - seem to be very few atendee’s. Seemed a bigger crowd when it was held near Newport Beach. Still good for me as I can grab a front row seat easily.
  7. 1. McIntosh MC240 2. Marantz 240 3. Luxman L-230 4. Luxman SQ77T 5. Marantz 6300 6. Luxman A522 7. Yamaha NS690II 8. Krix Equinox V2.1
  8. Item: MA5300 Price Range: Negotiable trade Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Do you own an MA5300 or 5200 yet require more power and aren't prepared to compromise on quality? If that's the we may be able to trade... I'm looking to trade/swap/cash for a lower powered McIntosh integrated. My amp has more power than I require - McIntosh integrated are sublime - if I dont trade I'll hang onto this till I find a McIntosh trade. Currently driving a pair of B&W 805s - magic!
  9. Item: McIntosh C2200 or 2300 Tube Preamp and McIntosh Power Amplifier Solid State Price Range: $8000 for both Item Condition: Used Extra Info: I am looking for McIntosh Tube Preamp and McIntosh Power Amplifier Solid State. Ideally in Sydney, so I will be able to audition them. But I will also consider interstate purchase. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  10. Item: Mcintosh MC601 power amplifier Price Range: $15k Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Please contact me if you would like to let go your beloved MC601 at an reasonable price. Many thanks Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  11. Item: Mcintosh 2 Channel power amp Or integrated (Blue Meters) Or Luxman 507/509ux Price Range: up to $4500 Item Condition: USED Extra Info: Looking to purchase a good condition Mcintosh 2 channel power amp (or integrated with pass through) with blue meters. Location: ideally Queensland (goldcoast / Brisbane areas) but can organise courier for interstate. EDIT: Added Luxman 507 / 509 to the list. It's primarily for use with the pre outs on a denon AVR X3300w to power fronts (monitor Audio Gx300's) for stereo listening. Let me know what you have available
  12. Item: McIntosh MC-275 Price Range: Up to 3.3k (excellent condition) - 3.8k (mint condition example) inc shipping Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Will require shipping to Brisbane Thanks for looking
  13. Item: McIntosh MHA100 Headphone Amplifier Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066 Price: $4499 Item Condition: Mint Payment Method: Cash, Credit Card, Pay Pal, Bank Transfer - no crypto currency at this stage Extra Info: Just traded standout headphone amplifier uses McIntosh's Autoformer technology to produce three headphone impedance ranges of 8-40, 40-150 and 150-600 ohms to suit a wide range of headphones. All digital inputs are up-sampled to 32-bit/192kHz resolution before going through the DAC. In addition it offers 50 watt stereo speaker outputs for speakers instead of your headphones; there is a "Power Guard" function that prevents clipping that might damage your headphones or speakers. Tone controls include a 5 Step Bass Boost Control for further customization. The entire unit is housed in a beautiful polished stainless steel chassis that not only compliments the classic glass front panel, knobs and brushed aluminum end caps, but also any room decor. - Put simply, it's just cool. There are many great reviews about this product on the inter-webs but we'd humbly suggest that if you're trying to make sense of spending four & half grand on a headphone amp - don't, this isn't about rational justification. This is a device created for the pure pleasure of music and the ownership experience. A little like a classic car or bike, it makes no real-sense in owning it but you just love it, every time you see it, every time you drive it. Pictures:
  14. Item: McIntosh MX151 AV Control Centre Location: Sydney Price: $4,900 Item Condition: Used, flawless Reason for selling: Upgraded to the MX160 Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Served as my AV Control/processor for several years - it never once let me down. The MX151 is a software upgraded version from the MX150, to include HDMI 3D passthrough. It's essentially the same as the MX160 ($24,000) but doesn't do ATMOS, 4K etc., but pretty much everything else. Still have original packaging as well as manuals and all gear associated with Mac's stunning Room Perfect implementation. While McIntosh refers to the MX150 as a control center, it is first and foremost an A/V processor. The look of the MX150 is classic McIntosh with a glass front panel and symmetric controls surrounding a bright blue fluorescent display. The MX150 is a great-looking piece of equipment and it is especially beautiful in a darkened room. The glass panel is illuminated by LEDs paired with fiber optic light diffusers. All of the controls on the front panel have a very precise feel and the volume knob is wonderfully smooth in operation. Under the display are a series of yellow indicators which show the channels received in the input audio stream and the channels that are output from the processor. The other four indicators under the display show whether the MX150 is receiving an analog signal, a digital signal, a high resolution audio signal, and whether the RoomPerfect system is engaged. The rear panel of the MX150 supports an amazing array of components and connections. The processor supports two zones and references to “ZA” and “ZB” refer to Zone A and Zone B, respectively. The MX150 receiver supports five HDMI 1.3 inputs and one HDMI 1.3 output. This is enough to handle a satellite or cable receiver / DVR, a Blu-ray player and a gaming system with two inputs to spare. The MX150 supports a full complement of analog audio and video inputs with five component video inputs, two composite video inputs, two S-Video inputs, 9 sets of stereo analog RCA inputs including one with a precision phono preamplifier, and a 7.1 multi-channel input. The MX150 supports nine digital audio inputs (four coaxial, four optical and one balanced AES/EBU). For balanced analog audio, the MX150 includes two sets of XLR stereo inputs. http://www.ultrahighendreview.com/mcintosh-mx151-av-control-center/ Pictures: (Note picture is of my MX160 - the 151 is boxed in the garage, but looks identical)
  15. Further information: NOTE: To avoid the shipping of such a large amp, if the buyer is prepared to pick up the amp and pay cash I will negotiate on the price. Please no time wasters. The MC207 7-channel home theater amplifier produces an amazing movie experience in your home by delivering 200 Watts of power to each speaker channel found in 7.1 home theatre systems. It can also be used in 5.1 home theatres with the remaining 2 channels used to power a second zone in stereo. Dynamic Power Manager® (DPM) technology enables the MC207 to deliver its full power into both 4 and 8 Ohm speakers - making it compatible with a wide variety of home theatre speakers. The MC207 does not need cooling fans so there is no fan noise to interfere with your movie’s soundtrack. It features Power Guard® to prevent potential speaker damage caused by clipping and over-driving of the amplifier. Short-circuit protection is provided by our Sentry Monitor™ technology that disengages the output stage before current exceeds safe operating levels and then resets automatically when operating conditions return to normal. Three blue watt meters provide an instant measurement of power output of the front three channels (the meters may be switched off if they conflict with the television or movie screen). The classic black glass front panel, polished stainless steel chassis, knobs and custom machined brushed aluminum end caps make the MC207 an eye pleasing addition to any room. Currently retails new for $17995. This is an awesome power amp and the only reason I am selling is that I am moving to a stereo setup. The amp is in excellent condition. I have the original boxes for packing. Buyer to arrange shipping and shipping is at buyers cost and risk. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  16. Item: McIntosh MA252 Integrated Amp Location: Melbourne 3079 Price: $5800 $5495. Donation to SNA on sale Item Condition: Mint with all packaging, manual & remote Reason for selling: Selling for friend Payment Method: Cash, Bank transfer or Paypal Extra Info: Recently released hybrid model combining the best of valve (preamp) and solid-state (power amp) circuit design in a visually and sonically stunning package. With a beautiful polished stainless steel chassis, McIntosh has taken retro design cues from its legendary tube power amps and incorporated modern conveniences like comprehensive remote control adjustments, overload protection and inbuilt phono stage. These features make the amplifier very flexible and easy to use, without sacrificing the musicality for which McIntosh is famous. Advanced high current output transistors are coupled to the heat sinks in a way which allegedly eliminates warm-up time. Bass, treble, tone bypass, balance and input offset levels can be adjusted using front panel knobs or remote control with an advanced microprocessor. All 4 inputs (1 pair balanced, 2 pairs RCA and 1 pair MM phono) can be electronically selected, labelled or adjusted and displayed on the OLED screen. While the valve front end imparts typical sweetness and warmth, the 100W RMS @ 8 ohms (160W RMS @ 4 ohms) output is enough to drive all but the most power hungry speakers. Several recently patented technologies have been included in this model, including "Power Guard, Sentry Monitor, High Drive (headphone amplifier) and Monogrammed Heatsinks" making it the best value McIntosh model ever produced. This particular unit is a virtually flawless example of the model and therefore a great option for someone wanting a versatile and beautifully made amplifier using current technologies, without the high price tag. As the original carton is included, freight at the buyer's expense is an option. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  17. Item: McIntosh MCC404M car power amplifier. Location: Melbourne CBDPrice: $1,500Item Condition: Installed only once and used for 8 months, sporadically. Excellent condition.Reason for selling: Not neededPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, Wire transferExtra Info: This rare amplifier was being researched for months until I found one brand new, in a sealed box last year from the official McIntosh distributer in Dubai! For this rare, legandary amp in brand-new state, I paid $5,500 AUD! It was used for about 8 months but unfortunately I had to move and now am selling it. It comes with original box, manual, etc. It is virtually new and an amazing sounding amp. Original retail price in Australia was about $4,000 - $5,000, I believe. Will sell for for $1,500.00.Pictures:
  18. Item: McIntosh MHA100 headphone amplifier / amplifier / DACLocation: Melbourne CBDPrice: $5,200Item Condition: As NewReason for selling: Upgrade BugPayment Method: Pickup - Cash,Extra Info: Only a few months old. With box and papers. New $8,000 AUDPictures:
  19. Item: McIntosh C712 Pre-Amplifier Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW Price: $699 EOFY Special $560 Item Condition: Very good second hand condition Delivery: Delivery is available anywhere in Australia, POA Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer Extra Info: Unmistakable McIntosh sound and quality at a very sharp price point. Pictures:
  20. Further information: McIntosh Laboratory is well known for producing some of the finest quality luxury audio components on the market. The MX150 offers support for HDMI 1.3, on-board decoding of DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD high-resolution audio formats and support for two zones. The MX150 comes with an extensive array of control functionality which allows the MX150 to easily serve as the central control device for an extensive home theatre. The MX150 also includes a room correction system called RoomPerfect. Specifications o Design: 7.1 Channel SSP o Codecs: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-ES (Discrete, Matrix), DTS 96/24, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio o Precision: 24-Bit/192kHz A/D, D/A o 2-Zone Operation o RoomPerfect Automatic Measurement System (Room correction) o Inputs: 5 HDMI, 9 Digital (4 coax, 4 optical, 1 AES/EBU), 11 Stereo ( 9 RCA with Phono stage, 2 XLR), 7.1 Audio, 2 S-Video, 5 Component Video, 2 Composite Video, 1 Ethernet (RJ-45), 1 USB o Outputs: 10 RCA and XLR Audio, 1 HDMI, 2 S-Video, 2 Component Video, 2 Composite Video I also have a McIntosh MC207 7-channel power amp which I may consider selling with the MX150 as a package. It is 200 watts per channel. Refer to separate ad for this. Retail price when new $19,900.00. The current model (MX160) retails for $33,995.00. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  21. Item: ROKSAN K3 Integrated Amplifier Location: Eunos area Price: $2000 slightly negotiable Item Condition: 9.5/10 Reason for selling: Underutilized Extra Info: Latest model. Retails new at $2,600. Superbly reviewed British-made amp with best in class performance. See reviews below. 220W per channel. In excellent condition and still covered under manufacturer’s warranty. Purchased through official Singapore distributor with proof of purchase. Includes full accessories, remote, and original instructions. Function test available. No trades. Slightly negotiable, will sell on nearest offer. https://www.whathifi.com/roksan/k3-integrated/review https://hifiandmusicsource.com/2016/04/roksan-k3-integrated-amplifier/ https://novo.press/roksan-audio-k3-integrated-amplifier-review/ https://hifipig.com/roksan-kandy-k3-integrated-amplifier/
  22. Further information: The MC207 7-channel home theatre amplifier produces an amazing movie experience in your home by delivering 200 Watts of power to each speaker channel found in 7.1 home theatre systems. It can also be used in 5.1 home theatres with the remaining 2 channels used to power a second zone in stereo. McIntosh's exclusive Dynamic Power Manager® (DPM) technology enables the MC207 to deliver its full power into both 4 and 8 Ohm speakers - making it compatible with a wide variety of home theatre speakers. The MC207 currently retails for $18,000.00. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  23. Item: McIntosh MC7300 Location: Sydney Price: $4,900 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Downsizing Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: This amp has served me well for some years and I'll be sad to see it go . Probably the most reliable amp I've ever owned. The only thing that has ever failed on it are the light bulbs behind the faceplate (which is a thing on these older Macs) which does not affect operation in any way. It has never skipped a beat. I had the lightbulbs changed recently so also had it serviced while it was in. I have included a pic of all the caps that were replaced. Also still have 12 new bulbs for when the time comes. Cosmetically is in very good condition with a few minor blemishes and functionally sounds as good as the day I got it. Also have original manual in excellent condition. You can drive almost any speaker with this amp. This amp has been well looked after and is guaranteed to put smiles on faces for years to come Form Stereo power amplifier Output Stereo: 300W+300W (a sinusoidal consecutive output, load-impedance 2/4/8ohm) Mono-bridge: 600W (a sinusoidal consecutive output, load-impedance 4/8/16ohm) Mono-parallel: 600W (a sinusoidal consecutive output, load-impedance 1/2/4ohm) Output load impedance Stereo: 2 ohm, 4ohm, 8ohm Mono-bridge: 4/8/16ohm Mono-parallel: 1/2/4ohm Output frequency band 20Hz - 20kHz THD Stereo: 0.005% or less (at the time of 20Hz - 20kHz, 250mW-300W, and both channel drive) Monophonic recording: 0.005% or less (at the time of 20Hz - 20kHz, 250mW-600W, and both channel drive) Cross modulation distortion (at the time of 20Hz - 20kHz, and both channel drive) Stereo: 0.005% or less (a one side channel and less than peek 300W) Monophonic recording: 0.005% or less (it is attached to a one side channel and is less than peek 600W) Frequency band (at the time of 1W output) 20Hz - 20kHz, and +0 -0.25 dB 10Hz - 100kHz, and +0 -3.0 dB SN ratio 105dB or less (at the time of an Output power A Wei Ted) Dynamic head room 1.9dB(IHF) Dumping factor 40 or more Input impedance 20kohms (unbalance) 40kohms (equilibrium) Input sensitivity 2.5V and 1.4V switching Power guarding It is less than THD2% to over-drive 14dB at 1kHz. Power source AC100V, 50Hz/60 Hz, 0.6A-13A Dimensions Width 443x height 196x depth of 420mm (termination included) Weight 35kg Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  24. Item: McIntosh MR 67 Tuner Location: Perth Price: 990 AUD Item Condition: very good Reason for selling: rarely needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: beautiful vintage McIntosh with excellent sound in very good condition. Australian de-emphasis but 110volts happy to post at buyers expense. Pictures: Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  25. Item: McIntosh MHA100 Location: Canberra Price: $5400 - can post at your cost in the original box and packaging. RRP is $7995 Item Condition: As new - the amp presents as new, there are no marks and it works perfectly. Reason for selling: I have too many hifi toys and I'm trying to consolidate. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Post - Paypal (add 2.5%) or bank deposit Extra Info: The MHA100 is not only a headphone amplifier it's a fully featured amplifier and preamp with a surperb DAC. While McIntosh markets this as a headphone amp it's been way over engineered in true McIntosh style. The 50watt of McIntosh power at 8ohm is plenty for powering any bookshelf speakers and even floorstanders as long as you aren't looking to drive them at ear splitting volumes. ELECTRONIC SPECIFICATIONS • POWER OUTPUT PER CHANNEL 50 Watts • SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 8 Ohms • RATED POWER BAND 20Hz to 20kHz • TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION 0.005% There are plenty of reviews out there that will say the same thing - I've personally driven my Vienna Accoustic Beethoven Concert Grand floorstanders with it over Christmas (as I didn't want to leave my mc275 valves running for long periods) and it was more than up to the task. It's also a full featured preamp and DAC if you want to add more watts later on and the output meters continue to work while in preamp mode unlike other McIntosh integrated amps. DIGITAL AUDIO SPECIFICATIONS • DIGITAL COAXIAL INPUT SAMPLE RATE 16Bit, 24Bit - 32kHz to 192kHz • DIGITAL OPTICAL INPUT SAMPLE RATE 16Bit, 24Bit - 32kHz to 192kHz • DIGITAL AES/EDU INPUT SAMPLE RATE 16Bit, 24Bit - 32kHz to 192kHz • DIGITAL USB INPUT SAMPLE RATE 16Bit, 24Bit, 32Bit - 32kHz to 192kHz Oh yeah - it's headphone amp too! And a full featured one at that. With McIntosh autoformer technology driving the phones section you get three impedance bands at two output voltages to drive your choice of 'cans to perfection. HEADPHONE OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS • HEADPHONE POWER OUTPUT • High Selection: 1W • Normal Selection: 250mW • HEADPHONE OUTPUT IMPEDANCE • 8-40 Ohms • 40-150 Ohms • 150-600 Ohms Connection wise all the digital inputs operate as independently selectable channels so you can effectively attach 4 different digital sources and one analogue source. I can't imagine needing more personally! CONNECTIVITY • HEADPHONE OUTPUT 1 (1/4") • HIGH LEVEL INPUTS UNBALANCED 1 Stereo • HIGH LEVEL INPUTS BALANCED 1 Stereo • DIGITAL COAXIAL INPUT 1 • DIGITAL OPTICAL INPUT 1 • DIGITAL AES/EBU INPUT 1 • DIGITAL USB INPUT 1 • PREAMPLIFIER OUTPUT 1 Stereo WEIGHTS & DIMENSIONS • DIMENSIONS (W X H X D) 11-1/2"(29.2cm) x 5-9/16" (14.1cm) x 18" (45.7cm) • WEIGHT 26.5 lbs (12 kg) • SHIPPING WEIGHT 32.5 lbs (14.8 kg) Check some reviews here http://blog.son-video.com/en/2015/01/review-mcintosh-mha100-headphone-amplifier-with-usb-dac/ https://www.cnet.com/au/news/mcintosh-mha100-the-cadillac-of-headphone-amplifiers/ All in all I think this little beauty is the Swiss Army Knife of amplifiers. But with another full high end system, I can't really justify keeping it among other toys, but if it doesn't sell then I won't be disappointed - ie lowball offers won't be considered. Pictures:
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