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post #8041 of 12930

I'm not that into receivers, but I love vintage amps, especially separates. Here's some of my stuff:

 

Harman/Kardon 730

 

Accuphase E-202 with the optional A-3 wood cabinet

 

Kenwood Supreme 700C

Accuphase C-222

Accuphase C-200X

 

Kenwood Supreme 700M

Accuphase P-20

SAE 2600 (I'll have to sell this one, the circuits in my new appartement are too weak)

Yamaha PC2602
 

Currently rockin' the C-222 and PC2602 with a pair of Yamaha NS-1000M's :) But I don't dare hooking an Stax SRD-unit up to high power amps, so there's not much headphone listening.

Got to get me an SRM-1/Mk2!


Edited by VIrak - 7/4/13 at 6:45am
post #8042 of 12930
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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post

I saw that post with those little Polk speakers and thought: "end game, yeah right!"

Well for FREE I added a set of Klipsch KG 3.2's that do the amp justice so technically I didn't buy anything.......lol.

And full disclosure, you guys are right, are we ever truly done? Nope.
post #8043 of 12930
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Originally Posted by VIrak View Post

I'm not that into receivers, but I love vintage amps, especially separates. Here's some of my stuff:

 

Harman/Kardon 730

 

Accuphase E-202 with the optional A-3 wood cabinet

 

Kenwood Supreme 700C

Accuphase C-222

Accuphase C-200X

 

Kenwood Supreme 700M

Accuphase P-20

SAE 2600 (I'll have to sell this one, the circuits in my new appartement are too weak)

Yamaha PC2600
 

Currently rockin' the C-222 and PC2602 with a pair of Yamaha NS-1000M's :) But I don't dare hooking an Stax SRD-unit up to high power amps, so there's not much headphone listening.

Got to get me an SRM-1/Mk2!


Nice herds!! Please post pictures, so we can drool!!beerchug.gif

 

I am afraid that you won't get many feedbacks since your stuff is way out of league!!

BTW, how could you end up with a SAE? Did they have market in Norway?? I think they are rare in US market already.

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Nice herds!! Please post pictures, so we can drool!!beerchug.gif

 

I am afraid that you won't get many feedbacks since your stuff is way out of league!!

BTW, how could you end up with a SAE? Did they have market in Norway?? I think they are rare in US market already.


I got the SAE from the Norwegian version of Craigslist, for about $250 incl. shipping, with a dead channel (fixed now).

They did sell SAE in Norway, but units are very rare. I think I've seen 2-3 components for sale over a 7-8 year period.

Never seen another 2600 for sale. I'll try to take some pics of my stuff.

post #8045 of 12930
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Originally Posted by VIrak View Post


I got the SAE from the Norwegian version of Craigslist, for about $250 incl. shipping, with a dead channel (fixed now).

They did sell SAE in Norway, but units are very rare. I think I've seen 2-3 components for sale over a 7-8 year period.

Never seen another 2600 for sale. I'll try to take some pics of my stuff.

Had a SAE 2400L for many years.  My college roomate and I used it to drive his Quad ESLs.  Feeding the amp was a DB systems pre-amp.  Best stereo in the dorms.

post #8046 of 12930
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Originally Posted by VIrak View Post


I got the SAE from the Norwegian version of Craigslist, for about $250 incl. shipping, with a dead channel (fixed now).

They did sell SAE in Norway, but units are very rare. I think I've seen 2-3 components for sale over a 7-8 year period.

Never seen another 2600 for sale. I'll try to take some pics of my stuff.

That beats Oregonian's Pioneer Spec rack purchase as steal of the century!

post #8047 of 12930
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Had a SAE 2400L for many years.  My college roomate and I used it to drive his Quad ESLs.  Feeding the amp was a DB systems pre-amp.  Best stereo in the dorms.

I'm trying to picture the Quads in a dorm room. No room for desks I guess beerchug.gif

post #8048 of 12930
Lookie what I found today!!

post #8049 of 12930
That could be an 880, 980, or 1080. Can't tell from that pic. Do tell!
post #8050 of 12930

Yeah I would have said 980.. It looks the same apart from Matts pic has got 3 buttons next to the hp out. All pics of 980 have only two.... I'm intrigued!

post #8051 of 12930

1*2*5*0 eek.gif

 

Trying to negotiate a deal. He doesn't want to sell it. I've already bought the Sansui 9090db from him. Pics coming up on that. Just bought the Pioneer HMP 100 for $150...wink.gif 8 out of 10 on condition and sound incredible. 

Somebody put the brakes on this train. redface.gif

post #8052 of 12930
The receiver in that pic is definitely not a 1250. Did you mean 1280? I couldn't see the heat sinks in the back so that's why I didn't guess that. The SX-1280 is an awesome receiver for sure!
post #8053 of 12930

Just googled pics of 1250 and 1280. Its defo a 1280 :)

post #8054 of 12930

Has anyone here heard one of these little things before? 

 

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/The-myth-the-Legend-that-is-the-Sansui-TU-X1-possibly-the-greatest-tuner-ever-/330950202077?pt=UK_AudioTVElectronics_HomeAudioHiFi_Tuners&hash=item4d0e2b52dd

 

Buy it now price £2000 (over $3000) Its a steal!! rolleyes.gif 

post #8055 of 12930
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Originally Posted by LugBug1 View Post

Has anyone here heard one of these little things before? 

 

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/The-myth-the-Legend-that-is-the-Sansui-TU-X1-possibly-the-greatest-tuner-ever-/330950202077?pt=UK_AudioTVElectronics_HomeAudioHiFi_Tuners&hash=item4d0e2b52dd

 

Buy it now price £2000 (over $3000) Its a steal!! rolleyes.gif 

 

I would love the amp that matches it, but $3000 for a TUNER?!?!

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