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Item:  Accuphase A46 Class A Power Amplifier
Location: Newcastle
Price: $4.5k
Item Condition: Pristine 
Reason for selling: Unsuitable for my setup
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info:  This beautiful beast was recently traded from another SNA member.  There is no doubt this is a fantastic amp and it’s reputation speakers for itself.  However it has not worked out in my system for some reason.  

It weighs in at 39kg so freight will not be cheap but I’m willing to drive a couple of hours radius from NSW2300.

Original box and paperwork included.


 
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Edited by captain.j
Wrong photo
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9 minutes ago, palexsia said:

Is the amp 220v? 230V ?or 240V

Line Voltage fluctuates anyway during the day. The nominal voltage throughout most of australia now is 230v, but it fluctuates throughout the day, can easily dip to below 220V during peak time (depending where you live), and can easily exceed 240v during off peak times (again, depending where you live).

 

this is a good read http://electricalconnection.com.au/when-voltage-varies/

 

cheers

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5 minutes ago, YaBoiiGarfield said:

Line Voltage fluctuates anyway during the day. The nominal voltage throughout most of australia now is 230v, but it fluctuates throughout the day, can easily dip to below 220V during peak time (depending where you live), and can easily exceed 240v during off peak times (again, depending where you live).

 

this is a good read http://electricalconnection.com.au/when-voltage-varies/

 

cheers

But the amp itself has a rating... doesn’t matter with the actual voltage from Australia 

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8 minutes ago, metal beat said:

 

It will definitely sound better with both channels wired in correct phase ;)

I think in a few hours he will  soon find out how good the amp really is.  ?

 

And I'm guessing won't be for sale

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6 minutes ago, metal beat said:

 

It will definitely sound better with both channels wired in correct phase ;)

It would certainly assess the quality of one's hearing.

 

I think most listeners would pick up speakers wired out of phase within about ten seconds.

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36 minutes ago, gemini07 said:

It would certainly assess the quality of one's hearing.

 

I think most listeners would pick up speakers wired out of phase within about ten seconds.

 

1 minute ago, captain.j said:

I’m going to have to delete my profile and come back under a completely new pseudonym.  

Lol, don't beat yourself up. 

 

In phase should definitely sound alot better. ;) 

 

 

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1 hour ago, petng said:

Am I blind? To me his connections are in correct phase!!!

 

1 hour ago, Matyk said:

Photo is corrected now  ?

Though being really pedantic, in the current photo the ‘L’  marking on the splitter for the Castle Rock cable is still heading into the right speaker side of the amp, and vice versa. As long as that ‘L’ cable is going to the speaker actually located on the right side of the room (and of course vice versa for the ‘R’ cable) all will be well however. 

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