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  1. View Classified Mark Levinson 326S - Hi-End Audiophile pre amplifier This is the next best thing from Mark Levinson after their $18,000 No.32 preamp. The folks over at Mark Levinson state that the 326S has a lot in common with their reference two chassis preamp. In fact the 326S shares many of the same components. With the same built quality, reference standard sound and one of the nicest looking preamps out there, the 326S is a bargain at under $5,000 on a second hand market. Retail was $10,000. But I'm offering it for only $4500 because of the tiny nick on the volume knob. Overall, the unit is in excellent condition and looks great. Please see the pictures attached as they are a part of the description. I have all the original packaging with foaming as it came from the factory. PayPal fee and shipping are extra. Will ship fully insured. Like the No.32 preamp, the 326S exhibited the same level of precision and attention to detail. It doesn't sound like a solid state preamplifier nor like a tube preamplifier. Excellent bass, midrange, and treble. It sounds just as tight, powerful, fast, warm, rich, clear, extended, open, detailed, and 3-dimensional as the source requires. So transparent to the incoming signal and so pure in delivery that the preamp wouldn't be the limiting factor, or weak link, in a high resolution audio system. Dynamic impact is stunning! The tonal balance as accurate as my 'live' music listening experience allowed me to judge. The strength of the 326S is its ability to relay the musical notes coming in and sending it out with precision and clarity. It is this effortless smooth sound, transparency that sets it apart from other preamps. UNIQUE FEATURES • Automatic volume ramp during source switching. • Configurable input parameters, including name and gain offset, which allows the precise balancing of input source levels. HIGHLIGHTS • Nelco N4000-13 SI main circuit board. • Aux output path: 1 XLR and 1 RCA stereo pairs w/ fixed/variable volume and independent source selection. • Independent audio circuits, communication circuits and power supplies for each channel. • Independent power supplies with low-noise toroidal transformer for audio and control sections. • Faraday shield between the AC power line and low-voltage secondaries for improved isolation. • Seven configurable inputs including four single-ended (RCA) inputs and three balanced (XLR) inputs. • Main outputs: 2 XLR and 2 RCA stereo pairs (identical w/ volume). • Separate main and record outputs • Complete surround-sound-processor integration (home theater pass through) From Stereophile: What I did become increasingly aware of during my time with the Levinson No.326S was the fact that "neutrality" is not merely an absence of aberration but a positive virtue. I could hear more deeply into the mix, but without detail being spotlit or unnaturally thrown forward. Subtle details were presented with greater contrast against a quieter ground in all of these recordings: From Absolute Sound: Inserting the No.326S into my system produced the most convincing and engaging sense of dimensionality I’ve heard from my system. Dimensionality is difficult to describe; it is a multifaceted aspect of reproduced music that encompasses soundstaging, tone color, image focus, bloom, and the ability of a component to resolve space between instrumental images. Dimensionality is that quality of an audio system that provides the impression of an instrument’s size, shape, texture, and precise position in the soundstage. Lots of hi-fi components throw images between the loudspeakers, but very few project a convincing illusion of the instrument’s body hanging in three-dimensional space before you. Dimensionality is also related to a component’s ability to differentiate tone colors, allowing the listener to pick out a single instrument from within a dense orchestration. Seller Anton_s0s Date 08/30/22 Price 4,500.00 USD Category Amplifiers  
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    This is the next best thing from Mark Levinson after their $18,000 No.32 preamp. The folks over at Mark Levinson state that the 326S has a lot in common with their reference two chassis preamp. In fact the 326S shares many of the same components. With the same built quality, reference standard sound and one of the nicest looking preamps out there, the 326S is a bargain at under $5,000 on a second hand market. Retail was $10,000. But I'm offering it for only $4500 because of the tiny nick on the volume knob. Overall, the unit is in excellent condition and looks great. Please see the pictures attached as they are a part of the description. I have all the original packaging with foaming as it came from the factory. PayPal fee and shipping are extra. Will ship fully insured. Like the No.32 preamp, the 326S exhibited the same level of precision and attention to detail. It doesn't sound like a solid state preamplifier nor like a tube preamplifier. Excellent bass, midrange, and treble. It sounds just as tight, powerful, fast, warm, rich, clear, extended, open, detailed, and 3-dimensional as the source requires. So transparent to the incoming signal and so pure in delivery that the preamp wouldn't be the limiting factor, or weak link, in a high resolution audio system. Dynamic impact is stunning! The tonal balance as accurate as my 'live' music listening experience allowed me to judge. The strength of the 326S is its ability to relay the musical notes coming in and sending it out with precision and clarity. It is this effortless smooth sound, transparency that sets it apart from other preamps. UNIQUE FEATURES • Automatic volume ramp during source switching. • Configurable input parameters, including name and gain offset, which allows the precise balancing of input source levels. HIGHLIGHTS • Nelco N4000-13 SI main circuit board. • Aux output path: 1 XLR and 1 RCA stereo pairs w/ fixed/variable volume and independent source selection. • Independent audio circuits, communication circuits and power supplies for each channel. • Independent power supplies with low-noise toroidal transformer for audio and control sections. • Faraday shield between the AC power line and low-voltage secondaries for improved isolation. • Seven configurable inputs including four single-ended (RCA) inputs and three balanced (XLR) inputs. • Main outputs: 2 XLR and 2 RCA stereo pairs (identical w/ volume). • Separate main and record outputs • Complete surround-sound-processor integration (home theater pass through) From Stereophile: What I did become increasingly aware of during my time with the Levinson No.326S was the fact that "neutrality" is not merely an absence of aberration but a positive virtue. I could hear more deeply into the mix, but without detail being spotlit or unnaturally thrown forward. Subtle details were presented with greater contrast against a quieter ground in all of these recordings: From Absolute Sound: Inserting the No.326S into my system produced the most convincing and engaging sense of dimensionality I’ve heard from my system. Dimensionality is difficult to describe; it is a multifaceted aspect of reproduced music that encompasses soundstaging, tone color, image focus, bloom, and the ability of a component to resolve space between instrumental images. Dimensionality is that quality of an audio system that provides the impression of an instrument’s size, shape, texture, and precise position in the soundstage. Lots of hi-fi components throw images between the loudspeakers, but very few project a convincing illusion of the instrument’s body hanging in three-dimensional space before you. Dimensionality is also related to a component’s ability to differentiate tone colors, allowing the listener to pick out a single instrument from within a dense orchestration.

    4,500.00 USD

  3. View Classified SPECIAL Merrill Audio Veritas Mono-Blocks - Hi-End Audiophile amplifiers Up for sale are my state of art pair of reference Merrill audio Veritas monoblock power amplifiers in Black finish What's so SPECIAL about my Veritas apms? - only my pair have the upgraded XLR sockets from ELEMENT series (upgraded by Merrill) - feet are isoACOUSTICS instead of StillPoints. These two features made a huge change! These were serviced in May 2021 by Merrill: the sockets were replaced, the amplifier and power supply modules in both units where serviced. They left the factory with excellent bill of health. And only one sad thing that one of the monoblocks has a scratch on the top. The same unit has light marks on the face. I've tried to depict it, but in real life it's hard to see from a distance of 3ft+. Also, you can find scratches around XLR sockets. Because these from ELEMENT series they didn't fit in, and Merrill had to make a little bit bigger recess. All marks and scratches are in the pictures attached, please consider these pictures as a part of the description. Rated Very good as they look really very good from a distance of 3ft and more. MERRILL VERITAS DESCRIPTION Very, very nice amplifiers that can power anything and sound great doing so. That is pure music reproduction with every detail reproduced exactly as it is recorded, with the same transient speed of the instruments and sound stage it was intended to be by the recording engineer. Lots of raving reviews! The amps have only the balanced XLR input connections and they deliver 400W/700W/1200W into 8/4/2 ohms respectively! This amp will drive any speaker down to 1 ohm. It has superb bass control, and is very fast with a clean sound. The Veritas Monoblock Power Amplifiers will challenge any other Power amplifier with its implementation. Listen to it in comparison and you will sense the Speed, the details and accuracy unmatched, presentation most musical yet without harmonic distortion or smear. Accurate to the last detail. Feel the power effortlessly drive your speakers, regardless of impedance and complexity. Tap your toes uncontrollably to the splendour of music that seems live. FEATURES IsoACOUSTICS feet Merrill audio Custom Teflon, rhodium plated XLR Cardas billet copper speaker posts with rhodium plate Billet aluminum chassis Engineered compartments for internal circuit isolation, limiting interference Engineered with ribs to limit vibration and microphonics 1" thick walls with center support Cardas Litz pure copper oversized wire Minimal wire length for signal path connections Specifications Type: Solid-state power amplifier Power: 400 Watts at 8 Ohms, 700 Watts at 4 Ohms and 1,200 Watts at 2 Ohms Input Impedance: 100 kOhms Output Impedance: 3 kOhms Damping factor: 2,000 at 4 Ohms THD: 0.004% at 200 watts Current: 38 Amps typical max Frequency Response: 0 Hz to 50kHz (+/- 3dB One Audio mute button Gain: 26 d SNR: 128 dB Seller Anton_s0s Date 07/27/22 Price 3,700.00 USD Category Amplifiers  
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    Up for sale are my state of art pair of reference Merrill audio Veritas monoblock power amplifiers in Black finish What's so SPECIAL about my Veritas apms? - only my pair have the upgraded XLR sockets from ELEMENT series (upgraded by Merrill) - feet are isoACOUSTICS instead of StillPoints. These two features made a huge change! These were serviced in May 2021 by Merrill: the sockets were replaced, the amplifier and power supply modules in both units where serviced. They left the factory with excellent bill of health. And only one sad thing that one of the monoblocks has a scratch on the top. The same unit has light marks on the face. I've tried to depict it, but in real life it's hard to see from a distance of 3ft+. Also, you can find scratches around XLR sockets. Because these from ELEMENT series they didn't fit in, and Merrill had to make a little bit bigger recess. All marks and scratches are in the pictures attached, please consider these pictures as a part of the description. Rated Very good as they look really very good from a distance of 3ft and more. MERRILL VERITAS DESCRIPTION Very, very nice amplifiers that can power anything and sound great doing so. That is pure music reproduction with every detail reproduced exactly as it is recorded, with the same transient speed of the instruments and sound stage it was intended to be by the recording engineer. Lots of raving reviews! The amps have only the balanced XLR input connections and they deliver 400W/700W/1200W into 8/4/2 ohms respectively! This amp will drive any speaker down to 1 ohm. It has superb bass control, and is very fast with a clean sound. The Veritas Monoblock Power Amplifiers will challenge any other Power amplifier with its implementation. Listen to it in comparison and you will sense the Speed, the details and accuracy unmatched, presentation most musical yet without harmonic distortion or smear. Accurate to the last detail. Feel the power effortlessly drive your speakers, regardless of impedance and complexity. Tap your toes uncontrollably to the splendour of music that seems live. FEATURES IsoACOUSTICS feet Merrill audio Custom Teflon, rhodium plated XLR Cardas billet copper speaker posts with rhodium plate Billet aluminum chassis Engineered compartments for internal circuit isolation, limiting interference Engineered with ribs to limit vibration and microphonics 1" thick walls with center support Cardas Litz pure copper oversized wire Minimal wire length for signal path connections Specifications Type: Solid-state power amplifier Power: 400 Watts at 8 Ohms, 700 Watts at 4 Ohms and 1,200 Watts at 2 Ohms Input Impedance: 100 kOhms Output Impedance: 3 kOhms Damping factor: 2,000 at 4 Ohms THD: 0.004% at 200 watts Current: 38 Amps typical max Frequency Response: 0 Hz to 50kHz (+/- 3dB One Audio mute button Gain: 26 d SNR: 128 dB

    3,700.00 USD

  5. View Classified Balanced Audio Technology VK-200 - BAT Power Amplifier - 100 Watts/Ch Here is an awesome power amplifier from Balanced Audio Technology - the VK-200. New cost $3595. Buyer pays shipping and fees. It features a fully balanced circuit that has a power output of 100 watts/ch into 8 ohms. But a power rating of a huge 1200VA says that it has much more juice! I had a chance to compare it to Bryston. Bryston 4b SST has the same 1200VA rating, but it rated as 300 wpc.. looks like BAT measures three times as more conservative than Bryston 😃 Even though Bryston 4b SST is highly sought after, BAT VK-200 performs better in every aspect: deeper and more controlled bass, more transparent and wider soundstage, more musicality overall and more balanced sound. And all these benefits are due to MOSFET technology. It's the best of two worlds: tunes and solid state. Rear about it for yourself. This unit is in very good cosmetic condition and works perfectly. The only flaw - is in the picture attached: one little scuff. Please see pictures attached as they are a part of the description. It comes with a stock power cord. The package is not original, but with foaming and safe for shipping even to Mars. Specifications Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Power rating 1200 VA Frequency response: 2Hz to 200kHz Gain: 25 dB Input sensitivity: 1.6V Dimensions: 18" x 19" x 7" Shipping Weight: 70lb Seller Anton_s0s Date 03/14/21 Price 10.00 USD Category Amplifiers
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    Here is an awesome power amplifier from Balanced Audio Technology - the VK-200. New cost $3595. Buyer pays shipping and fees. It features a fully balanced circuit that has a power output of 100 watts/ch into 8 ohms. But a power rating of a huge 1200VA says that it has much more juice! I had a chance to compare it to Bryston. Bryston 4b SST has the same 1200VA rating, but it rated as 300 wpc.. looks like BAT measures three times as more conservative than Bryston 😃 Even though Bryston 4b SST is highly sought after, BAT VK-200 performs better in every aspect: deeper and more controlled bass, more transparent and wider soundstage, more musicality overall and more balanced sound. And all these benefits are due to MOSFET technology. It's the best of two worlds: tunes and solid state. Rear about it for yourself. This unit is in very good cosmetic condition and works perfectly. The only flaw - is in the picture attached: one little scuff. Please see pictures attached as they are a part of the description. It comes with a stock power cord. The package is not original, but with foaming and safe for shipping even to Mars. Specifications Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Power rating 1200 VA Frequency response: 2Hz to 200kHz Gain: 25 dB Input sensitivity: 1.6V Dimensions: 18" x 19" x 7" Shipping Weight: 70lb

    10.00 USD

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    For Sale: Rotel RB-1582 MkII Power Amplifier - Black in excellent condition. No nicks or scratches and in use in my current system. Comes with original box, cable and accessories. Purchased from an authorized dealer and used close to 3 years in a smoke and pet free home. These are currently driving my B&W CM10 S2s and no problem whatsoever. Local buyers can demo at my place.Some description from the manufacturer:"Rotel’s next largest stereo amplifier at 200 Watts per channel provides the massive current to drive the very largest Hi-Fi systems effortlessly. And like its smaller brother, the RB-1582 MkII has been designed to excel at resolving the subtle details in music as well as supplying the brawn required for extremely dynamic passages. It is able to achieve this difficult dual requirement because of the meticulous attention paid to circuit design and parts selection.The RB-1582 MkII's high-end performance begins with an extremely large toroidal transformer combined with a total of 60,000µF storage capacity in special “slit foil” capacitors to provide completely stable power to the output stage. Slit foil capacitors have the ability to charge and discharge extremely quickly, thereby ensuring signal fidelity during orchestral crescendos or repetitive kick-drum impacts, for example. Both left and right channel construction are laid out in a mono block design (after the toroidal transformer) and all grounding is terminated in a star pattern on a copper grounding plate to ensure low signal to noise. The output stage is a discrete design that consists of 10 high current bipolar transistors per channel. Input options consist of both balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA connectors.The RB-1582 MkII stereo power amplifier is yet another outstanding example of Rotel’s Balanced Design Concept and will form the heart of a very impressive stereo or home theater system for years to come." Terms: All sales are final. No returns. Buyer to pay shipping from Cary, NC (27519). Local pickup is available. Can drive up to 150 miles to meet in a common place. I often travel to Richmond, VA and Charlotte, NC - can meet there as well. Shipping dimensions are 17" × 16.0" × 7" (40 lbs.). Ships in the original factory box. Buyer pays shipping charges. Buyer pays transaction fees (I will accept PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, and CashApp) No warranty is expressed or implied.

    1,190.00 USD

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