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Price: $1300 Item Condition: As new, barely used Shipping Options: Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Canberra State: Australian Capital Territory Payment Method: Bank transfer Reason for selling: Due to space limitations for speakers, I moved to a headphone only set up and there do not require an amplifiers and speakers Further information:
They have won a HiFi Pig award.
Item Measurement Power output (rms) measured 26 Watts into 8 Ohms; 45.5 Watts into 4 Ohms (ref 1% THD+N at 1kHz) Power bandwidth at rated power into 8 Ohms 10Hz - 47kHz (-3dB), 20Hz - 25kHz (-1dB) Power bandwidth at rated power into 4 Ohms 12Hz - 40kHz (-3dB) Total harmonic distortion and noise at 8 Ohms 100Hz: 0.043%; 1kHz: 0.047%; 5kHz: 0.061%; 10kHz: 0.085%; 20kHz: 0.125% Total harmonic distortion and noise at 4 Ohms 100Hz: 0.066%; 1kHz: 0.071%; 5kHz: 0.094%; 10kHz: 0.129%; 20kHz: 0.181% Signal to noise ratio in dB "A-weighted": 87dB; 22Hz-22kHz "Q-pk": 80dB Bias type Class Ab; Bias current: 60mA (approx.) Input sensitivity for rated output 575mV rms Short circuit protection Fuse and power supply shut-down (short circuits should be avoided to prevent component stresses) Fuse F2A 5mm x 20mm (glass "quick-blow" fuse rated at 2A) Power supply 48V DC, 120 Watt - self adjusting to AC mains 100V - 240V, 47 - 63 Hz; IEC cord supplied Size (approx.)
Amp W105 x H55 x D205 mm; Power supply W65 H40 D170 mm Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
By Guest gmdb
Item: Graham Slee Reflex C Phono Amp (MC carts only), including PSU1
Item Condition: Very good to excellent. (Phono amp is near mint. The PSU has a little wear from being located on the floor. See images.)
Reason for selling: Using a Cinemag SUT with a Graham Slee Reflex M
Payment Method: Can be picked-up in Brisbane, or will post express for $10. Cash for pick-up is OK. Otherwise Paypal or bank transfer is available.
Extra Info: Pictures were taken this afternoon and are of the item for sale. I tried to get as many angles as possible to show that there is very little wear on the enclosure. I'm the original owner of this phono amp. It's only ever been used in a smoke-free household, and has been well-looked after. It has 62 db of gain and loads at the standard 100 Ohms for an MC head amp. Full specs:
Input range: 0.2mV to 1.0mV
Output (for input range): 252mV to 1,260mV (1.26V)
Maximum input: 3.9mV rms
Maximum output: 4.914V rms
Gain: 62dB (1,260) at 1kHz
Input impedance: 100 Ohms
Output (driving/source) impedance: 1k Ohm
Recommended load impedance: 10k Ohm or greater
Noise at output: -62dB CCIR Q-pk
Equivalent input noise (EIN): -124dB
RIAA accuracy: <0.5dB
Frequency response: 20Hz - 200kHz (flat, corrected to RIAA)
Channel balance: 0.2dB
Channel separation: 64dB
Size: (approx.) W: 107 x H: 50 x D: 180 (mm) inc. jacks
I'm in the market for a new/ used phono stage.
i have a Rega p3-24 with subplatter & platter mods and an Ortofon 2m black.
I'm currently using Slee gram amp 2 SE which I think I can be improved on but wouldn't mind sticking with the Slee range.
Budget $6-700 used.
I'm not a tinkerer and will probably stick with the 2m black so MM only is fine.
My short list: Lehmann black cube, Slee Reflex m, Slee Era V gold.
any thoughts about these phono pres? Comparisons?
Well folks this has been a hoot of a week - within a week I have auditioned, then purchased and then setup a very pretty acquisition that Zipstartcanoe had in the classifieds.
Yes a very gorgeous looking, awesome sounding Once Analogue TT with Ducs Univector Arm and a an Ortofon Cadenza Black Cart. Last night, I picked up some additional interconnects from James at Soundlabs, so I could connect up a Slee Elevator and Slee Phono Stage that I picked up from Keith at Vinyleye this morning. I must say this community of ours is awesome - every individual I have dealt with is passionate about this pursuit, personable and easy to get along with!
For those of you who have been following me you will know this is connected up to a Pair of Vaf i66's, via a Luxman 550AX which is also fed by an Arcam FMJ CD37 and sits in a room that is a little small but acoustically treated to compensate, there are now too many brands of interconnects to mention hehe.
I need to stop and listen for a few hundred hours at least now and preferably thousands because my mortgage has grown enough hehe.
Some pics are below but when I eventually have a GTG I will get someone with a decent camera to do the honours for me - the iphone found a piano finish black polished TT with stainless steel platter etc way too challenging sorry. I also wanted to avoid the flash because of the all of the possible reflections and as you can see natural light would have back lit it way too much. I dont pretend to be a photographer - but I am now at least not pretending to be an audiophile of sorts!
I will post some more impressions of it all once it has all had a chance to run in but at this point in time I will say 'bury me with my records' as they are as close to nirvana I have got to date!
A few shots of the TT.
The Slee Gear and Controller for the TT.
The whole shebang!
From the listening position.
Item: Graham Slee Solo Ultra-Linear with PSU1
Location: Perth, 6150
Price: $700 posted within Australia
Item Condition: As new condition, never moved. No marks, scratches or blemishes
Reason for selling: Upgraded to Violectric HPA V200
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, and Direct Deposit
Extra Info: Includes all original packaging. Hardly used and been packed away.