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  1. Anyone know anything about this TT? It belongs to my neighbour. He's had it for 40 years and doesn't use it. It works but hums and he's wondering whether to fix it or pass on to someone who might use it. Seems like a well made TT. Is it worth anything? Cart is in good nick i think and looks like an Audio-Technica AT 91 @djb
  2. Came across this stylus gauge while reading some posts on the Vinyl Engine Forum today. Apparently this gauge is as good as the Project Measure it electronic stylus balance gauge http://www.needledoctor.com/Pro-Ject-Measure-It?sc=2&category=423 but at a fraction of the price: http://www.dx.com/p/digital-precision-scale-with-leather-case-5g-max-0-01g-resolution-16269#.U6YhqRlGq2w All reports seem to validate its accuracy. Not bad for $15 AUS!!! Shipped from Hong Kong. Just ordered one and will report back when it arrives. M
  3. Item: LP12 Location: Lismore Price: $3.800 +postage+insurance Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Getting out of vinyl or getting deeper. Haven't decided. Payment Method: EFT Extra Info: LP12 is a Cirkus model, serial number is 93000+, it comes with a Trampoline2 base, a Denon 103R with about 500 hrs on it, Ittok LV11 arm, a Mober digital PSU which is a step up from(for instance) a Moses Hercules(actually they are not in the same ball park but they come from the same designer), also comes with a Corian sub chassis which is yet to be fitted and I supply this free of charge as it was supplied to me by a very good SNA friend and on that basis I can't morally take any money for it as that would be just plain wrong and against everything that SNA aspires to be(google the price for it or look here at $895+ USD http://greenstreetaudio.com/pages/subchassis-Linn.html). I'm quite happy to post this as I've posted a Lp12 before with no dramas whatsoever. It would be double boxed and it will be quite a big box as I will disassemble the TT, i.e. The arm will be removed and the arm will reside in it's own padded box with cart still attached. Platters removed and packed & padded and spindle hole plugged and taped to stop any oil leakage. Once all that is packed in one box I will use the second bigger box with a layer of bubble foam or foam in between the two. Insurance of course will be factored into any quote. It can go via Aus Post which I've had no hassles ever or it can go via Fastaway Couriers, your choice. * The TT will need to be fettled of course, either by you or preferably by a Linn technician. I say this for two reasons. 1. If I sent this complete with arm still attached you'd be mad to just pop the platters back on and plug it in as this is a suspension TT and it would need to be checked for correct tension ect. 2. You'd be absolutely mad not to immediately place in the Corian sub chassis and have the whole thing looked over by a good Linn Tech and we're extremely lucky here in that we know where all the good ones reside in each State. I'm going overseas next week for 6 weeks so you have plenty of time to think about this and research the extras if your at all interested. If you'd like to pick it up from the Sunny Far North Coast in the next week then it's yours and you can listen to it (and if arm twisted you could buy the phono stage....) But apart from that there is no rush. I think my price is pretty fair considering what's on offer here. Feel free to discuss this via PM and if you need any more pics ect. If you post "PM sent" then I'll hold you to it and expect payment within 2 days... -_- Pictures: I'll take better pics when time permits(if it permits!) but these stock photos will have to do for the moment. This is a quick picture, the Mober is under the Sensor2 phono stage and that is the control unit/psu your looking at. Below is the digital front end of the Mober. This pic is of the strobe counter that the Mober reads under the platter and that is how the fine adjustments are made on the controls. For instance, if you place a heavy 200grm record on and then the arm and you read the digital speed and these heavy vinyl do affect the speed you'll be surprised at the variations you get and also with old light weight vinyl. Your reading starts at 33.3 and then once the record is placed it'll go to 33.31 or something like that and then you place the arm on and it changes again. I've really enjoyed the control this brings. You adjust via those two knobs you can see on the right marked 33&45. The DC motor doesn't vibrate like an AC one. Plenty of info online about this fact too. Another nice touch is the dummy black switch which is sitting in the place of the red light switch of the Valhalla PSU or the nifty red&blue of the now superseded Moses Hercules which demoted(demoted? Try denoted you idiot...note to self) 33 or 45... now obsolete with this unit in your system. Corian sub chassis (with an armboard attached.)
  4. Further information: THE FUNK FIRM - ACHROMAT MAT 3MM WHITE PERTH WA PICK UP ONLY, THESE DO NOT POST WELL. PRICE IS FIRM WITH DONATION UPON SALE. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved You understand that upon successful sale of your item it is expected you pay Seller's Fees. - if you have previously sold items and not made a contribution, your advertisement may not be approved.
  5. Item: Music Hall (as new) MMF-2.2 turntable in white, with a brand new Ortofon OM10 cart and a Supex SM100 mk3 moving magnet cart (extra cost option) Location: Randwick Price: $350 $300 firm (plus shipping) with the new OM10 cart or $475 $400 firm (plus shipping) with both carts . Item Condition: excellent, little use (less than 10 hrs) and would suit a buyer looking for a new TT. Reason for selling: NLR, was in second system in bedroom but just sat there, before going back in box for last 2 years. Now clearing out all extra gear not being used Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank dep Extra Info: TT comes with original packing box and manuals, etc. these have great reviews and has the very nice Project tonearm, which is better than its rivals. The Supex is also in v good condition, low use and is a classic MM cart. Paired with the MMF2.2 this is a great budget combo that holds its own against more expensive TTs. The OM10 is also great sounding but a level down from the Supex https://www.stereo.net.au/reviews/music-hall-mmf-22-turntable. Here’s a SNA review on the TT, but not with the Supex Pictures:
  6. Item: Project Carbon Debut with Ortofon OM10 cart. Cork & felt mat Location: Perth (Fremantle) Price: $280 Item Condition: 8/10 Reason for selling: Upgraded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This was my first turntable and its served me well for the last few years. Its a good entry level table with lots of reviews on the net. Its all working wonderfully and the 8/10 condition is for minor scratches that you can only see if you look hard. I don't have the original box, so would prefer a local buyer. If there is no interest this week I can post at buyers expense. I am keeping the cork mat that's on it, but have another one (slightly thinner) that will suit. Pictures:
  7. Item: ProJect TT with AT440MLA Cart Location: Brisbane Price: $375 Item Condition: Excellent with Clear moulded cover and Original box and Record Clamp. Reason for selling: Going Digital Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, EFT PLUS Shipping Extra Info: Bought from SNA a while back. I thought I'd stick my toe back into Vinyl, but decided its not for me. Also have a Schitt Mani MC/MM preamplifier available if this sells. $150. Also Excellent with Original box. I've been told the AT440MLA is worth as much as I am asking for the entire TT. Played a couple of records, Cart souns great. Not noisy. Its had liitle use I think. Happy to Ship anywhere Pictures:
  8. Further information: Luxman PD370 Downsizing my audio systems. Currently have 3 turntables. I have the matching Luxman integrated amplifier and tuner if someone is looking to put together a nice vintage system. Great sounding turntable for the money. Probably made by Micro Seiki for Luxman back in the heyday of TT heaven. Also will be listing the Thorens TD160 with Thorens TP tonearm. FS: Luxman PD370 including tonearm. Cartridge not included. Other equipment in the photos for illustration purposes only and not included. Can deliver within 50kms of Sydney CBD. Photos:
  9. Further information: Barely used as I have 2 other turntables. The cartridge/stylus played just 30 or 40 hours too. Now I'm moving to another house and received the "order" to sell one. Neo PSU includded. I have the original packing with all protections and will safely despatch if required. MRP:$2995. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved You understand that a reasonable donation for selling fees is expected upon successful sale of your item - if you have previously sold items and not made a donation, your advertisement may not be approved.
  10. Item: Well Tempered Amadeus Mk1 GTA Turntable Location: Sydney Price: $2400 plus postage. Item Condition: Excellent TT. Reason for selling: Upgraded to a Rock port and Air Tight Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer Works and sounds great! Can remove oil damping for transportation. Well Tempered Lab 'Amadeus' GTA with upgraded plinth 'New music from your records' "Amadeus reaches stratospheric heights of performance at a moderate price" - The Absolute Sound. TAS Recommended Component Well Tempered Lab is back! The original designer, former aerospace engineer William Firebaugh, has created a new improved version of his famous turntable and tone arm. The Amadeus is truly the bargain of the analogue world. Unmatched performance, nothing comes close. * Turntable and 10.5" Tone Arm * Zero clearance "frictionless" table bearing * No arm bearing! * No feedback - lowest record noise * Unmatched tonal stability * No constant tuning or adjustment required William Firebaugh's design philosophies "The Well Tempered Lab Amadeus range of turntables are designed and built with one goal in mind; maximum enjoyment from your analogue record collection.Our unique designs, most of which are patent registered let nothing stand in the way of you and your music. Our approach, which may on the face of it seem simplistic is in fact the reverse and has taken countless hours of research and thinking outside the square. For instance, whilst many manufacturers labor endlessly to design the perfect tonearm bearing, we just eliminate it! Our unique tone arm features a fully internally damped aluminum tube and a precision made golf ball suspended in silicone fluid for perfect damping. Our acrylic platter spins in a Zero Clearance bearing rather like a round peg in a square hole, coupled with our unrivaled .004mm polyester thread belt ensuring vanishingly low wow and flutter figures; in fact the lowest we have ever measured. Your cartridge will get the ride of it's life!" - William Firebaugh Incredible value. This turntable includes... - fully damped 10.5" tonearm See www.welltemperedlab.net for more information. What are the reviewers saying about it? "Firebaugh’s substitution of brains for money.... carries this design a very long way towards perfect." "As high-end turntables go, the Amadeus is inexpensive. And it offers so much of the optimum performance possible at any price that one can only think of it as a wild bargain. In fact, there are important aspects of performance that I think would be hard to equal elsewhere and perhaps impossible to exceed. Certainly no tonearm has a quieter bearing than pure damping, for example. And the quiet of the platter bearing is also essentially total. One could spend a lot more money, but I would listen carefully to the Amadeus first. It is something exceeding fine, far beyond its modest price." - Robert E Greene,The Absolute Sound, April 25 2009. "...the Amadeus sounds better than any turntable I've heard." "So how does it compare? I’d take the Amadeus without a moment’s thought against any Linn I’ve heard (and I note that the entire turntable and tonearm costs less than Linn’s Keel upgrade). It’s also a leap ahead of the VPI Scout that has been spinning vinyl here for the past year or so." - Michael Jones, AudioEnz December 2008.
  11. Item: ProJect 2Xperience SB Location: Melbourne Eastern Suburbs Price: $999 firm (RRP is $2000) Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Upgraded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought this off a SNA member around 18 months ago (he was first owner) and had owned it for roughly 6 months from memor Project screw on record clamp, upgraded Cardas tone-arm wire, highly regarded Audio Technica 440MLb cartridge, all original accessories and original packing, More information here https://www.project-audio.com/en/product/2xperience-sb/ I also have a separate ad for the Aurealis phono cable I'll be putting up shortly that I've always used with this. Prefer local pick up as it's had the set up fine tuned by a few of the local SNA Vinyl heads and don't wish to put that to waste by packing it up. Being a busy fella who travels for work a fair bit, I'd say I've only played somewhere between 75 and 100 albums since owning this. I found it a massive upgrade from the ProJect Xpression 3 Carbon I owned previously. Much better isolated motor giving lower noise floor. It also has an electronic speed box controller built in (hence SB in title) as compared with older Project tt's and easily switches from 33's to 45's at the push of a button, no swapping pulleys etc. In the right (wrong?) light there are very fine polishing swirl marks on the removable acrylic cover, as shown up by my camera in the last photo with a bright light directly above, but they are not readily noticeable in situ. I think these are largely unavoidable if you dust/clean your gear regularly. Otherwise it is unmarked. Pictures:
  12. Item: Origin Live Resolution MK1 Turntable Location: Auckland Price: AUD $2000 shipping including Item Condition: Good, small scratches on piano gloss finish Reason for selling: Not getting used! Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Relisting with just the Turntable with a price drop also. Absolute bargain for a TT of this caliber. Price includes any shipping, local pick up gets an NZD $200 discount. Decided to keep the OL silver arm, which makes the TT more affordable and meant I can drop the price a bit more too. To be honest this TT deserved a much higher arm than the silver, and you real vinyl nuts probably have oodles of arms stashed everywhere and usually prefer your own weapon of choice! Pictures:
  13. Item: retro-thermionic - Mimic; "Black Shadow" MM battery powered phono preamp Location: Langwarrin Price: now $190 + postage $10 (was $210) Item Condition: New - DIY Reason for selling: more preamps on the way Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal - family and friends, Bank transfer or COD Only Extra Info: Back to the original Mimic capacitor compliment because they sounded the best and are extremely stable. The original Mimic in a flash new heavy cast Al enclosure. Very well balanced sound, quiet operation and better than 0.5% variation from RIAA curve. Epoxy gloss back enamel cast Al enclosure Burr-Brown OPA2134 Milspec machined chip socket All silver soldered (WBT 4% silver solder) Mix of Vishay metal film (1%) resistors MKT (accuracy and stability), LESR power caps and NP caps Differential PS built on same cct. brd. PS decoupled Prototype cct. brd. not a PCB Fine silver plated copper wire for utra-short hookup Battery clips and snaps for quick and easy battery change (2 X 9V) 100hours of play per battery change External battery test point Heavy duty gold paltted RCAs Isolating cct. brd. stand-offs Low glow yellow LED ELECTRICAL DISCLAIMER This product has not been manufactured by a qualified individual or company, therefore contains electrical circuits that do not necessarily comply with Australian Standards. I understand that as the seller, I may be liable to repercussions in the event of equipment failure. By advertising and selling this product, as the seller I also agree that I am solely liable, and the publisher of this website takes no responsibility for any injury or death resulting from, whether directly or indirectly, any accident that may happen as a result of the failure of the product being sold. If in doubt, seek the services of a qualified electrician to inspect the product to ensure it is safe for use.
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