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  1. Further Information: this is the latest version with a RRP of $3000. Only a few months old. Class A magic. With boxes and packaging
  2. Original owner, purchased new in December 2005 (have original purchase receipt). Meticulous owner with no scratches or marks of wear on case work or remote, and unit and remote function faultlessly. Only selling as I am upgrading to a dedicated CD transport for my separate outboard DAC. Includes remote, stock power cord, owners manual and I have the original packing materials with double box carton and foam inserts for safe transportation/delivery. A highly musical player with a 24 bit Delta-Sigma (Bitstream) Dual differential DAC with 8x oversampling, which upsamples to 96 kHz. Unbalanced pair of RCA audio outputs and two digital outputs (1 optical (Toslink) and 1 S/PDIF (RCA connector)). I have been using the S/PDIF digital output to a Chord DAC fyi. Priced to sell ASAP, but I am willing to negotiate reasonably. Can demonstrate in person as it is currently connected to my system. Prefer pickup but postage interstate can be accommodated as I have original packaging. Will accept cash on pickup or direct bank transfer into my account, but NO PAYID please. Specifications: DAC architecture: 24 bit Delta-Sigma (Bitstream), Dual differential, 8x oversampling Disc mechanism: Philips Upsampling: 96kHz Frequency response: 10Hz to 20kHz +0 / -0.2dB Signal / noise ratio: > 115dB “A” weighted Total harmonic distortion: < 0.006% 10Hz to 20kHz Total correlated jitter: < 170 pS Channel separation: > 100dB 20Hz to 20kHz Linearity: < 0.2dB down to -90dB Audio output at digital 0dB level: 2.14VRMS at 1kHz nominal Analog output: 1 pair RCA connectors Analog output impedance: 50 Ohms Digital outputs: 1 optical (Toslink), 1 S/PDIF (RCA connector) Power requirements: 100 / 115 / 230V AC 50 / 60Hz (factory preset), 15 Watts Dimensions (approximate): 440mm, 17.3 inches wide; 100mm, 3.9 inches high including feet; 395mm, 15.6 inches deep including terminals Weight: 10.8 kg, 22.8 lbs unit only, un-boxed; 15.5 kg, 34.2 lbs in shipping carton Standard accessories: IEC mains lead (10 Amp type), Remote control handset (A3.5 type, universal), 2 batteries size LR03 or AAA, manganese alkaline type
  3. Hi all, I've been fortunate enough to acquire a somewhat dishevelled but perfectly functioning set of pregnant penguins. I'm in love. I'm powering them with a Denon POA-T2 120w p/c into 8 ohm power amp at the moment, and they seem pretty happy. However, I'm using an integrated amp's with pre-out as a pre-amp and phono stage, and I know my partner would greatly appreciate it if I could, umm, 'consolidate' the boxes sitting on our TV cabinet. I've got my eye on a used Musical Fidelity a3.2. I'm determined to find an amp with enough juice (and headroom) to give the DM6 what they need, but am unsure whether this pairing will do it. While their stats (nominal 8 ohm, 95db sensitivity, max 350w) don't suggest that they're desparate for juice, that seems to be the consensus of DM6 owners. MF a3.2 specs: Output power: 115Wpc into 8 ohms (20.6dBW), 185Wpc into 4 ohms (19.7dBW). Alternatively, I could save up a bit and go big - something like the MF M6si (220w into 8 ohms). Just not sure how big a difference it will make. The shift from a Rega Brio to the POA-T2 was HUGE. Can I expect the ceiling to get much higher? Any thoughts/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  4. Mike and StereoNET's David Price discuss the new 2023 version of Musical Fidelity's full Class A, A1 amplifier – having given it exhaustive (and very heated) listening tests with an assortment of sources and speakers... Classic A1 owner David also compares it to the original version, as well as the recently reviewed Naim NAIT 50. With all this auditioning, the guys feel confident to proclaim that it gives stellar sound considering its modest price – it is true affordable audio esoterica. Watch to the end for a very special Easter Egg... a first for the guys. Each episode of Hi-Fi Riff features the guys' unedited, unexpurgated views about all manner of weird and wonderful hi-fi designs. Business executive Mike has a wealth of knowledge from previous hi-fi retail experience, and David has written about hi-fi for thirty years. Now Editor-in-Chief of StereoNET, he's picked up a few things along the way. So relax and enjoy some one-take hi-fi riffing – and please leave your comments below. The eighties-tastic title tune is called ‘UFO/Mike’s Jumper’, and used with the express permission of our old pal and rights holder Simon Lythe. To read David's StereoNET review of this new amp, click on: https://www.stereonet.com/uk/reviews/musical-fidelity-a1-2023-integrated-amplifier-review
  5. The Musical Fidelity M8-500S Dual Mono Power Amplifier http://www.musicalfidelity.com/products/m8series/m8-500s/
  6. As part of the A5 range musical fidelity brought out the A5CD player. Cosmetically in build a match for the A5 integrated and pre-pwr. It was however a limited edition release ... due to a couple of little factors that made it unique....in the the muvista 6112 mil spec valves....these reside in the output stage of the player (mf have a long tradition of using valves on the output stage of the dacs and players. These in particular are extreme long life valves and quoted in this configuration to last 100,000 hours or essentially fitted "for life" spec on the 6112 are here, http://frank.pocnet.net/sheets/137/6/6112.pdf and yep its mil specs mean it will handle 450G's impact, 1000G 's uniform acceleration, 220 DegC and an altitude of 60,000 ft ! as per the spec "The premium subminiature type 6112 is a high mu double triode having separate cathode connections for each section, it is intended primarily for use in low level audio circuits, and is designed to provide dependable service under conditions of severe shock, vibration and high temperature and altitude. The 6112 is manufactured and inspected to meet the applicable MIL-E-1 specification for reliable operation" so yeah valve failure certainly not something to be bothered with anyways a few pics Front and back, under the lid, and with shield over the dac section removed, close up of the dac and analog output stage, and there can see the couple of 6112 valves... one for each channel
  7. about 10 years ago musical fidelity brought out the A5cr pre pwr combination, below a couple of under the hood shots and also front and back, front, rear, both were quite well featured and dual mono designs, with the pre amp having a good quality MM/MC phono stage. plus htbypass, and fully remote controlled. the power amp was a grunty thing with 8 sankens for each channel capable of 250 wpc. Both also featured choke regulation hence the number of power supplies in the chasis. this was mf's first range coming from taiwan, and the good thing was in components no difference from the made in uk designs prior. there was no drop off in fit and finish or quality or reliability ( I owned both pair for nearly 10 years without issue). on the used market these days both would be a huge bargain
  8. Musical Fidelity M8 Fully balanced pre amplifier Front, Back, And some pics inside of this beauty
  9. looks like a new thing popped up on their website, http://www.musicalfidelity.com/products/mx-range/mx-hpa/ Described as , "The MX-HPA is a fully balanced ultra performance headphone amp" Not the first headphone amp they've made with a long line going back to the original X-can this one though looks to be a fully balanced design. and as they say they were wanting to make something pretty special. I imagine the price is similarly pegged
  10. Hey everyone, I've got a Musical Fidelity M1 DAC + CDT connected to a X-150 amp, driving a pair of VAF DC-7's. Cables are Audioquest VDM-5 coaxial, QED Reference Audio Evolution RCA 0.5m & Chord Carnival (SilverScreen?) speaker cable. ... and the opportunity to acquire some Naim Allae's at a reasonable cost. I'm keen to keep myself from purchasing stuff that won't be a significant upgrade, but I have to admit I liked the Naim sound when I heard it on a CD5i/pre/power/Allae rig at a friend's place in the UK, and I'd be happy if my MF mini-stack sounded as good (it doesn't). Having said that, these are famous for being finicky as to component matching, with their being accused of being sterile and bright, favouring dynamics and pace/rhythm/timing/detail over listenability, and my own VAF's struggle with the treble in the room they're in at the moment - slightly too much undampened HF ringing makes my ears sad! I'm hoping that this won't persist if I switch out the speakers. any thoughts? thanks, Frog
  11. Hey guys, I'm wondering whether anyone has experience with either of these amps, or otherwise has an opinion of how they would stack up against each other? Obviously the M3i is the sucessor to the A3.5, but I noticed that it's down on power quite a bit (70w/c for the M3i vs 150w/c for the A3.5) and has half the number of output devices. Is the M3i inferior to the previous model, or is it a case of a more efficient design? I'm aware that both models have very positive reviews. Thanks in advance for any thoughts/suggestions. Edit: Comparison of the internals (A3.5 on the left, M3i on the right):
  12. I came across this Marantz CD-75 Mk2 for a reasonable price and given it has CDM-2 die-cast alloy, swing arm, magnetic drive mechanism and TDA-1541A DAC (plus plenty of space inside of the box), I decided to do some mods to it. There are more things to this player like fully copper plated boards, Nichicon caps etc. but I will not bore you with it. To gain some further real estate, I removed the voltage selector and variable output boards. This made installation of XLR sockets for the balanced output of CS4397 Cirrus Logic 24/192 DAC much easier. Another output from this DAC is fed to the anode follower tube stage which is a clone of Musical Fidelity X10-D design. All up, this CD player has a original digital coaxial SPDIF output and three analogues ones: original one from TDA-1541 balanced from the CS4397 and tube, single ended Musical Fidelity X10-D This can fill up most of the inputs of many amps but provides a lot of choice if you have preferences as to different DACs/output types for different types of music. To gain 2nd opinion and to hear it on a different system to which I am not used to, I did take it to another very respected and very familiar with untold amount of systems SNA member. We listened to a number of players that were available at the time: Killer DAC/Marantz CD-94 combo, Oppo-105 using balanced out and Naim NACD3 - all connected to Electrocompaniet pre/power and 2m tall Dyneaudio speakers. The results were not unfavourable to my little concoction - particularly when using the tube output. Some pics: Before After The glow :-) In action The mechanism
  13. Interesting new device from musical fidelity with the M6 Encore 225. pre amp, dac, media source, integrated amp(same as m6si) looks like a nice all in one unit as front end for a set of speakers http://www.musicalfidelity.com/products/m6series/m6-encore-225 http://www.musicalfidelity.com/uploads/catalogerfiles/m6-encore-225/5_MF_M6_Encore_225_Flier_v1_web.pdf M6 Encore 225 - OverviewThe Encore 225 is a complete audio solution allowing you to keep all your music in one place. It accepts almost any conceivable analog or digital audio source. It is also compatible with many network speakers, such as Sonos. There is a very clear, large, high resolution full colour display so you can see what’s going on. Encore in brief Easy and intuitive to use Huge connectivity Upgradeable 1TB internal storage for over 2500 CDs (bit perfect ripping from CD drive) Power amplifiers are the same as those in the M6si Compatible with many network speakers, such as Sonos Large, high resolution, full colour display Control with either IR handset or Apps ( both Apple and Android) Dual core 64bit Intel CPU - as future proof as we can make it 32 Bit 384k DAC
  14. Musical Fidelity M8Pre Fully Balanced Pre Amplifier - some impressions... Some impressions of mine of the musical fidelity m8 pre amp over the last couple of weeks. http://www.musicalfidelity.com/products/m8series/m8pre/ Coming off my musical fidelity a5cr pre amp which is something have owned near on 9 years, wanted to give myself a good bit of time with the new musical fidelity m8 pre before posting any thoughts... Can check my system showcase thread here if want to check what the rest of my gear is, http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/59834-where-the-divas-sing/ Unpacking the musical fidelity m8 pre found it packed very well - packaged the shipped weight is 5.5kg more than unit itself giving indication of packaging involved to get to you safely. It comes double boxed with foam protection and then in a velvet bag for additional protection. It comes with a pair of white gloves while handling and standard accessories it comes with are the m8 remote control, manual and power lead. For those wanting to watch an unboxing, someone has done that already on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xP3NW8D0aU some pics of it unpacked... Its quite a heavy piece at 17kg, and quite large in footprint being both tall and deep. A quick peak inside shows that musical fidelity hasn't scrimped on power supplies with twin torroidals looking more like a dual mono integrated than what would expect to find in a pre amp. Very solid casing and given whats inside explains the weight and physical bulk of the unit. Very neatly put together inside too with what looks like a well thought through circuitry given its fully balanced design and the flexibility and connectivity it provides. and here it is in the system, Hook up was pretty simple going from one musical fidelity design to another. I have a fair few components both analog and digital and a complex system since integrates into a ht/av system and head fi system as well. From the A5cr pre, the M8 pre amp adds another RCA to a total of 5 plus adds 2 XLR inputs, the ht bypass is switchable over either RCA or XLR, and there are also both RCA and XLR as pre outs and either useable at the same time which is handy giving me an additional way to run my sub. For hook up I kept to what was doing the a5cr for starters utilising just RCA hookup and leaving the XLRs and spare RCA to play with down the track. reasoning here was once fired up would be listening to just the change brought with the new pre than different hook up as well To fire up, rather than the hard switching of the a5cr pre this one comes with a standby. Also the vol has a digital indicator rather than the more conventional motorised knob that was used to. The indicator correlates to db loudness. So no suprise on switch on selecting my cd as input got nothing till levels lifted 40 db and upwards leaving me listening around 60db. Did some quick checks to make sure all components hooked up correctly. And also checked my sub integration and also connection to av system all of which showed levels were as per prior. From first switch on, the musical fidelity traits are all there...reminding me why I continued on from the musical fidelity A5cr pre to the m8 pre in the first place. I think in sound within about the first 20 minutes or so it settled down, with sharpening up detail and clarity hinting to either initial run in or warm up. But yes listening to some of my favourite CDs/sacds/vinyl and other sources (digital radio, AppleTV) over the last couple of weeks, there a touch of mid range warm, a robust bass and a spritely vibrant top end....giving a sound stage thats not laid back but throws vocals forward and fills the room with sound. So whats different to the a5cr pre ?, the m8 pre seems to have a very smooth nature to its sound...where the a5cr by comparison had a touch of graininess by comparison. Yet somehow with the M8 there seems to be more clearly defined details though with the sound coming off a cleaner background. Making the details more starkly placed. So leaves you in the conundrum of how while having the ability to explicitly portray detail as the a5cr does, the m8 is smoother sounding and yet seems to portray those details with extra definition !. In sound stage the M8 goes up a notch as well, now again not sure if this is related to its better portrayal of detail, but details are more focused and more obviously placed in the sound stage, which in typically musical fidelity fashion is room filling and holographic in presentation. Listening to vocals eg on some of the Nitin Sawhney tracks or Katie Melua, vocals are simply deliciously presented. They have a fullness, richness and warmth and image really well the speakers. Supremely pleased with this as vocals are pretty important aspect to me in music. Giving a few LPs a spin e.g. stockfish closer to music vinyl collection. Found the details and the lovely music here are rendered just beautifully & delicately. Start spinning vinyl I couldn't stop ! with some other LPs in natalie merchants tiger lilly, eva casidy's songbird and Karrin Alyson footprints that followed... Checking out the bass side of things with “Hey Kandi” - Kandi SACD there is track 4 with a really funky bass that goes ultra low ...that you can only feel ! . Well hehe its there in all its glory and very impressed with not only the bass line on this disc but the way top end and details are portrayed. Listening to nitin sawhney “anthem without nation” from beyond skin has clouds of thunder going off around ceiling height of the room. Also checking out meshell ndegeocello the bass there is very clean, tight and with some punch. All up very happy with the way bass is portrayed and levels for integration between my speakers and sub. Switching to Beth Orton central reservation on CD, the music has a lovely flowing quality, her voice is never strident but beautifully springs forth supported with the instrumentations. Explored the headfi side fed off the tape monitor out of the m8, with the pre muted can listen to selection of any of the sources got going into the m8. also exploring the av side with the ht bypass utilising RCA and it all works as should. Watching an old classic in officer and gentleman the vocals and audio in that was really a standout. Also like that cleary shows "ht" on its display in htbypass mode, saves on any confusion with a quick glance showing the mode its in ! So overall the m8 pre has settled in nicely in the system over the last couple of weeks I feel...very very pleased. As a pre amp still a few more things to explore...playing with the balanced side of things ... and mucking around with power amps...but more of that later in months to come
  15. Item: Headphone amplifier with balanced input (XLR) and IEC power socket (no figure 8 or wall warts!) Price Range: up to $1,000 and subject to condition Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: DAC and preamp out NOT needed. Will consider solid state, tubes, class A, but strongly prefer it be BLACK and in clean condition: - Schiit Audio Jotunheim 2 - Topping A90 - Musical Fidelity MX-HPA - Lake People HPA G111 or G105 Mkii Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can delete this text before pressing Submit).
  16. Item: Musical Fidelity Tri-Vista 21 tube DAC Price Range: Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Looking to buy a Musical Fidelity Tri-VIsta 21 tube DAC. Would appreciate hearing if someone has one or knows of someone has one and like to sell. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  17. Item: Musical Fidelity X-Ray V3 CD Player Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Looking for a new(or used!) best friend for my X-150 amplifier. Looks are important but not crucial. Located in Perth but willing to travel(postage) for the right candidate. To help a lonely amplifier and be part of making a perfect match please contact JP on this channel......
  18. Hi all, I am wondering if anyone has a used Musical Fidelity V90 DAC for sale as a resonable price. I am looking at adding a network player to my system.
  19. Item: Musical Fidelity M6 500i Dual Mono Integrated Amplifier Location:Newcastle, NSW Price: 4800 4500 Item Condition:Excellent Reason for selling:Just upgraded to MF M8 Pre/700m Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Transfer, Local pick up. Extra Info: Excellent condition Musical fidelity M6 500i Dual Mono Integratred Amp up for sale. Original owner. Bought new from Len Wallis Dec 2106 (RRP $8k). Pet, smoke, wife, kid-free home. Never stressed or played hard. Minimal use. Silver colour. Sweet Amp, superb sound stage and imaging. All original box and remote, black velvet cover etc. Australian warranty till late 2019 for peace of mind. Pre-purchase auditioning welcome. Hoping to have it sold prior to leaving the country in 2 weeks for holidays. Below- YouTube video of this amp. Musical FidelityM6500i Dual Mono Integrated Amplifier - Overview The M6500i is a very high performance, high powered super integrated amplifier. Twenty-five years ago, the Musical Fidelity A1000 started the complete super integrated amplifier genre. Over the last two and half decades we have continued to refine our original concept. The M6500i offers a comfortable 500 watts per channel, incredible load driving ability, outstanding technical performance and solidly engineered build quality. This remarkable integrated amp will drive any loudspeaker virtually perfectly and to its maximum potential. It has five inputs: 4 x line and 1 x balanced XLR. Listening to the M6500i is a sensuous experience. It produces an effortless, silky sound with huge dynamics. The sound stage is broad and deep. Even if you aren’t in the market for an amplifier at this level, you should listen to it to better understand why it is generating such enthusiasm. M6500i In Brief 500WPC into 8 ohms Fantastic technical performance Amazing load driving ability, will drive any loudspeaker with ease Five inputs - Balanced XLR, CD, Tuner, Aux / HT, Tape Preamp and fixed line outputs Home Theatre bypass Internally it is a separate preamp with two independent monobloc power amps; effectively a separates system in a box Excellent, he-man build quality Like getting a Ferrari for the price of a Fiat Lyd & Bilde Magazine Output Power 500 Watts per channel into 8 Ohms (27dBW) Maximum output voltage 64 Volts RMS, 20Hz to 20 kHz; onset of clipping (179 Volts peak-to-peak) Maximum peak output current 100 Amps Damping factor >250 Output devices 6 pairs per channel Line input THD+N 100dB ‘A’-weighted Input impedance 38k Ohms Frequency response +0, –0.1dB, 10Hz to 20 kHz Connections Line level inputs 1 pair line level XLR (balanced) connectors 4 pairs line level RCA connectors Line level outputs 1 pair line level RCA connectors, constant level TAPE outputs 1 pair line level RCA connectors, preamp outputs for e.g. biamping Speaker outputs 2 pairs heavy duty 4mm banana plug/binding posts per channel Power requirement Mains voltages 115/230VAC 50/60Hz (factory pre-set) 100VAC 50/60Hz (alternative) Consumption 0.25 Watts standby (Orange LED lit) 150 Watts on, idle (Blue LED lit, no signal) 2000 Watts maximum (Blue LED lit, full power output) Weight Unit only, unboxed 28 kg (61 ⅔ lbs) In shipping carton 33 kg (72 ⅔ lbs) Dimensions Width 440 mm (17 ⅓”) Height (including feet) 160 mm (6 ⅓”) Depth (front to back) including terminals 460 mm (18 ⅛”) https://www.musicalfidelity.com/products/m6series/m6500i/ https://www.dagogo.com/musical-fidelity-m6-500i-integrated-amplifier-review/3/ https://www.soundstagehifi.com/index.php/component/content/article?id=443:musical-fidelity-m6-500i-integrated-amplifier Pictures:
  20. Further information: Up for sale is a late series Musical Fidelity Tri-Vista 21 DAC. This was Mike Fitzpatrick's from Liquid Audio own personal MF Tri-Vista 21 DAC, which he owned and continuously upgraded, adding over $1000 of improved parts plus countless hours of his own time. I contacted Mike on several occasions and tried to get him to sell it to me. After about a long period of time, he relented and we agreed on a final price (which was far above the price I am offering it today for sale, receipt will be available to interested parties). In the years he owned it, he continued to upgrade this unit. This was a very good hybrid tube DAC made by MF, to compliment the ultra high end MF KW system. The mods add further transparency, lower noise floor, larger sound stage, and no hint of digital glare. Liquid Audio has a supply of replacement tubes for peace of mind, however, I believe these tubes almost never fail. This was the DAC I have used in my reference sound system. It has been recently been replaced with a new Italian made Aqua La Scala Mk2 Optologic DAC. The Aqua La Scala costs over $12k. The MF Tri-Vista 21 DAC is a great statement piece for MF and is hard to beat for the money. It's organic sound signature, build quality (13kg), built in the UK, hybrid tube/solid state design, will keep it unique for years to come. Photos:
  21. Item: Musical Fidelity A308CR Pre/Power combination Location: Sydney Hi-Fi Castle Hill shop 7 19 Victoria Avenue Castel Hill Price: $2,500 Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: Trade In Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Card, COD Only Extra Info: We have traded a Musical Fidelity A308CR Pre/Power combination in superb condition. Pictures:
  22. Item: Musical Fidelity A5CR Power Amplifier Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns bay Road, Lane Cove Price: $2500 Item Condition: Excellent 2nd Hand Condition Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Card, Bank Transfer Shipping information: We can ship anywhere in Australia, POA Extra Info: Just traded and in excellent secondhand condition - look forward to a huge soundstage, detail refinement and powerrrr... Specifications: Output : Power 255 Watts per channel into 8 Ohms (24dBW), 416 Watts per channel into 4 Ohms Voltage, RMS : 45.2 Volts 20Hz to 20kHz Voltage, Peak-to-peak : 118.8 Volts Current peak-to-peak Damping factor : 200 Amps Output devices per channel : 8 Total harmonic distortion + noise: < 0.01% 20Hz to 20kHz Signal / noise ratio: < 109dB ‘A’-weighted Input sensitivity for 255 Watts into 8 Ohms Input impedance: 1.5V Channel separation: > 90dB typical Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz, +0, -1.5 dB Inputs: (A) 1 pair line level RCA connectors (B) 1 pair line level RCA connectors Outputs: 2 amplifier channels via 2 pairs per channel binding posts + 1 pair RCA loop output sockets Weight: 19.1kgs Dimensions: 440x 125 x 400mm
  23. Item: Musical Fidelity A2 CD Player Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW Price: $350 Item Condition: Excellent Secondhand Condition Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer Shipping: We can ship anywhere in Australia, POA Extra Info: Refined and cohesive sound quality is what you will find with this quality CD player from Musical Fidelity. Key Specs: Frequency Response 20 Hz - 20 kHz +- 1dB S/N Ratio >-105dB Dynamic Range >95dB (1kHz) Harmonic Distortion 0.009% (1kHz) Channel Separation >92dB (1KHz) Output(analog) 2.0V rms Output(digital) 0.5Vp-p/75 (Coaxial) D/A Converter 8-times oversampling Analog Filter 4 pole CHV filter Pick-up Type2D parallel objective lens drive, 3 beam laser pick-up Laser Type GaA1As semiconductor laser Wavelength 760-805 nm Power Consumption 10 watts Dimensions(w x d x h) 44 x 34 x 9.5 cm Weight 6kg Pictures:
  24. Item: Musical Fidelity X-Pre (original) Location:Coffs Harbour (can ship within Australia) Price: $220 Item Condition: used - excellent Reason for selling: I’m building a new system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, or PayPal Extra Info: This is unit features an incredible array of not 3, but 4 (line level) inputs and a volume control. There is also a red LED power indicator that indicates power. And that’s it, every other possible bell or whistle was eschewed in the name of purity and affordability. This is a great little amp, that provides genuine tube warmth and fluidity. Pictures:
  25. Item: Musical Fidelity X-10D Missing Link Tube Buffer Location: Gosford will ship anywhere Price: $125 Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: not used Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Very useful device allows component matching and gives a beautiful valve sound to digital sources. Pictures:
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