You can buy it directly from Vinniefor of Red Wine Audio..
Since it has been replaced by a newer model, you can get it at a discount if they are still available--$1100 instead of $1500.
$1100 seems like a good deal. I would think it would be a step up from the <$1000 amps.
Thanks, I will check it out. Unfortunately I bet someone will get it before I manage to scrape the cash together for it. I was planning on purchasing LCD-2 first unless a great deal on an amp popped up. Nevertheless, it could be a few weeks until I can save the cash to buy either of them. As far as hearing something and saving every penny for it, I typically do this, but the majority of my hobby purchases (not just audio related) have always been around the $300-$500 mark, so it's very difficult for me to spend so much on something (I am also terrible at saving more than a few hundred dollars at any one time). I heard a Stax O2 rig and I was willing to sell everything for them, but luckily (I think) someone snatched them up just as I was listing everything for sale Now I just have to play the waiting game unfortunately.
Maybe I will put my hands on LCD-3 soon. If I decided to keep the LCD-3, I will probably put my LCD-2 on sale.
I will PM you first to know if you're ready and interested. I will make you a good price.
Thanks very much. I will PM you when I happen to get enough money etc.
Sorry for late reply, didn't see this one.
SR-007MK1 but honestly hard to give recommendations as I don't know your preferences. Unless you can go on a hunt for a pair of SR-Omega's. Must listen to it first to hear what you like.
Yes but also depends on the vintage amplifier/receiver.
Pioneer has best synergy. Sansui and Kenwood might be good too. Marantz depending on the model maybe too warm for them.
I have always wanted to reacquire a nice Pioneer receiver. It was my very first foray into good audio back when I was barely a teenager. It's seems fitting to look into a Pioneer now.
Thanks for your help...
I have the V200 and love them. I have not heard Bryston but from what I've read, it's more neutral.
I'm guessing for more dynamic and fun factor (and sometimes electronic music can be bright), the V200 might be your choice.
The mjolnir too might be a great choice for greater bass impact than both V200 and Bryston, but they are slightly brighter than both.
the conductor plays nicely most of the genres i throw at it. It have well defined bass, and keeps to the pace of the songs.