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  1. View Classified Reference to Regular XLR Interconnects - Variety XLR Interconnects for sale - Merrill ANAP XLR Interconnects 1m (44in tip to tip) retail $1150, sell for $400, and 2m (5ft) retail $1400, sell for $550. - Transparent MusicLink Super XLR Interconnects 1m Retail $1000 sell $350 ‐ AudioQuest Red River XLR interconnects TWO sets each 0.5m retail $160 sell $60 each pair - Emotiva XLR Interconnects 1m $40 Seller Anton_s0s Date 11/18/21 Price 100.00 USD Category Cables  
  2. Time Left: 15 days and 4 hours

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    XLR Interconnects for sale - Merrill ANAP XLR Interconnects 1m (44in tip to tip) retail $1150, sell for $400, and 2m (5ft) retail $1400, sell for $550. - Transparent MusicLink Super XLR Interconnects 1m Retail $1000 sell $350 - Emotiva XLR Interconnects 1m $40

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  3. View Classified SPECIAL Merrill Audio Veritas Mono-Blocks with Merrill ANAP XLR interconnects 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 mine has upgraded XLR sockets from ELEMENT series (upgraded by Merrill) - feet are isoACOUSTICS instead of StillPoints. These two features made a huge change! Another special thing is that I'm adding TWO SETS of Merrill ANAP XLR Interconnects 1m and 2m (together they were worth $2500 when new). And only one sad thing that one of the monoblocks has a scratch on the top. The same unit has marks on the face. I've tried to depict it in the worst light, 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 slot. 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. Downsizing my stereo equipment. Please see my other listings. I HAVE LOWERED ALL THE PRICES 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 amps work perfectly %100 with no issues and in mint condition! Please see pictures attached as they are a part of the description. The MSRP was $12000. + Upgraded the StillPoint Minis to StillPoint Ultra SS for $600 per set (Total $1,200) They are mounted with correct standoffs from Still Point. The StillPoint Ultra SS are a major upgrade in sound over the stock feet! + Upgraded the fuses to the Audio Horizons Platinum Fuse Retail $137 each fuse (+ shipping and labor) FROM MANUFACTURER 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 StillPoint Ultra SS footers Audio Horizons Platinum fuses Cardas XLR silver input pins with rhodium plate, gold-plated body 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, soft annealed, 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 dB SNR: 128 dB Seller Anton_s0s Date 11/16/21 Price 3,999.00 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! Another special thing is that I'm adding TWO SETS of Merrill ANAP XLR Interconnects 1m and 2m (together they were worth $2500 when new). Or I can add a pair of power cords of reference level. And only one sad thing that one of the monoblocks has a scratch on the top. The same unit has marks on the face. I've tried to depict it in the worst light, 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 slot. 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. Downsizing my stereo equipment. Please see my other listings. 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 Audio Horizons Platinum fuses Cardas XLR silver input pins with rhodium plate, gold-plated body 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 dB SNR: 128 dB

    3,999.00 USD

  5. View Classified Genuine Madrigal CZ Gel Gel-1 Audiophile XLR Interconnects 1m Retail Box Mark Levinson RARE Up for sale Rare legendary XLR interconnects Madrigal CZ Gel-1 It's a GENUINE pair - not a Chinese counterfeit. From personal collection. These are in the original retail box with all the original packaging. They are just over 1 meter long, 41 inches tip to tip. Asking price is $350 $290 Also available for sale: Dynaudio Contour S 5.4, Audio Physic Libra Floorstanding speakers, BAT Balanced Audio Technology VK-52SE tube stereo preamp, BAT VK-250SE solid state stereo poweramp, Merrill Audio Veritas Mono-Blocks, Acoustic Zen Silver Reference RCA interconnects, Marigo ULTRA 2 Reference power cords. These are gift quality in the original packaging, perfect for the collector. But I hope you’ll use them! Condition is used, but very good and clean. I've noticed one little stuff on the outer jacket and few marks on the ends of the connectors, where they contact the equipment. The box has some dust marks and the decorative material is slightly torn at one corner, but that doesn't impact box's integrity. Please regard pictures attached as a part of the description. Working perfectly. These cables do everything well with no notable weaknesses. Satisfaction guaranteed! The factory's advice is correct in that you can be confident that CZ-Gel, as a factory tool, in no way handicaps the sound of Mark Levinson (or any other Hi-End) amplifiers. By installing Madrigal cables you will hear what Phil Muzio hears when he conducts listening tests. Even better, you can avoid the neurosis that keeps one on a perpetual hunt for new and improved interconnects. Patented Dielectric Gel Perhaps the single most significant innovation in these cables is the use of a patented dielectric gel to fill the intervals between the dielectric spacers that establish the relative positions of the conductors. The dielectric constant of this gel matches that of the spacers and the insulating layers surrounding the conductors, providing a uniform, consistent impedance throughout the length of the cable. This remarkably uniform dielectric environment avoids any sudden discontinuity in electrical characteristics by completely filling spaces within the cable with a fluid that matches the dielectric characteristic of the insulating materials. The gel provides another benefit: its viscous nature is extremely effective at damping any spurious motion within the cable. The vibration-absorbing qualities of the gel, combined with the tight construction of the cable, maintain a fixed, stable physical relationship between all the conductors. Seller Anton_s0s Date 03/17/21 Price 290.00 USD Category Cables  
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    Up for sale Rare legendary XLR interconnects Madrigal CZ Gel-1 It's a GENUINE pair - not a Chinese counterfeit. From personal collection. These are in the original retail box with all the original packaging. They are just over 1 meter long, 41 inches tip to tip. Asking price is $350 $290 Also available for sale: Dynaudio Contour S 5.4, Audio Physic Libra Floorstanding speakers, BAT Balanced Audio Technology VK-52SE tube stereo preamp, BAT VK-250SE solid state stereo poweramp, Merrill Audio Veritas Mono-Blocks, Acoustic Zen Silver Reference RCA interconnects, Marigo ULTRA 2 Reference power cords. These are gift quality in the original packaging, perfect for the collector. But I hope you’ll use them! Condition is used, but very good and clean. I've noticed one little stuff on the outer jacket and few marks on the ends of the connectors, where they contact the equipment. The box has some dust marks and the decorative material is slightly torn at one corner, but that doesn't impact box's integrity. Please regard pictures attached as a part of the description. Working perfectly. These cables do everything well with no notable weaknesses. Satisfaction guaranteed! The factory's advice is correct in that you can be confident that CZ-Gel, as a factory tool, in no way handicaps the sound of Mark Levinson (or any other Hi-End) amplifiers. By installing Madrigal cables you will hear what Phil Muzio hears when he conducts listening tests. Even better, you can avoid the neurosis that keeps one on a perpetual hunt for new and improved interconnects. Patented Dielectric Gel Perhaps the single most significant innovation in these cables is the use of a patented dielectric gel to fill the intervals between the dielectric spacers that establish the relative positions of the conductors. The dielectric constant of this gel matches that of the spacers and the insulating layers surrounding the conductors, providing a uniform, consistent impedance throughout the length of the cable. This remarkably uniform dielectric environment avoids any sudden discontinuity in electrical characteristics by completely filling spaces within the cable with a fluid that matches the dielectric characteristic of the insulating materials. The gel provides another benefit: its viscous nature is extremely effective at damping any spurious motion within the cable. The vibration-absorbing qualities of the gel, combined with the tight construction of the cable, maintain a fixed, stable physical relationship between all the conductors.

    290.00 USD

  7. View Classified SOLD SOLD Up for sale my beloved Acoustic Zen Adagio - full-range floorstanding speakers. Downsizing my stereo equipment. Please see my other listings. The Adagios are perfect for any listening room, providing a full-range, fast musical experience full of detail, clarity and accurate timbre reproduction. They performed spectacular in both big and small room: in my 21'x34' living room and in my dedicated 12'x18' room. They create a spacious musical bubble, so you can enjoy a lifelike sound even in an adjoining room. Due to front transmission line port and a dead silent cabinets' design you can put them close to the wall with no harm to sound quality, in general, or bass reproduction, in particular. They are very fast, have good focused sound with a pretty large sweet spot, detailed but without any fatigue during long listening sessions. With them you're able to enjoy all genres of music: from single instrument (voice) to big band / orchestra, classical, electronic, pop, rock / metal. I have owners manual, brochures, instruction for the outrigges installation. I have the original bags and boxes with foaming for shipping. ONE BOX is 55"*15"*20" and about 85lb. Plus the outrigges are in a separate box. I would like to sell them locally, then I would help with their assembly and installation. I'm in Syracuse NY. Willing to drive up to 150 miles. Reviews: http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/acoustic-zen-technologies-adagio-loudspeaker-1/ http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/acousticzen/adagio.html Specs: -Type: Two-way transmission line -Woofer: 2 pieces 6½” composed of doped ceramic coated fabric cone, 2 ½” under-hung (short voice coil /long magnetic gap) voice coil linear motor system, shielded 7oz Neodymium magnet. -Tweeter: 1 5/8” Round Ribbon, shielded 3.5 oz high flux energy and high temperature resistant magnet structure. -Nominal Impedance: 6 ohm -Sensitivity: 89 dB / 1w / 1 meter -Crossover: 3kHz 18dB/Octave Linkwitz Riley Crossovers -Frequency Response: 30Hz -25 kHz ± 3dB -Power Handling: 50 - 200W -Weight: 78 lbs each -Dimensions:48” (H)x 9”(W)x 13”(D) FROM MANUFACTURER: After years of research and development, Acoustic Zen has developed the world's lowest distortion and most musically coherent loudspeakers! Through innovative design, superior component and cabling selection, solid construction and careful, precise hand assembly, the Acoustic Zen Adagio loudspeakers deliver music without compromise. The Adagio floorstanding loudspeaker is a two-way transmission-line system featuring a 1.5 inch circular ribbon tweeter and dual 6.5 inch midrange/woofer "underhung" voice coil, ceramic-coated drivers. The three drivers are configured in a time and phase aligned D'Appolito MTM arrangement providing lifelike imaging over a large sweet spot range. The Adagio features superior cabinet construction and aesthetic contours that actually reduce cabinet diffractions. Seller Anton_s0s Date 03/13/21 Price 250.00 USD Category Speakers
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    Up for sale my beloved Acoustic Zen Adagio - full-range floorstanding speakers. Downsizing my stereo equipment. Please see my other listings. The Adagios are perfect for any listening room, providing a full-range, fast musical experience full of detail, clarity and accurate timbre reproduction. They performed spectacular in both big and small room: in my 21'x34' living room and in my dedicated 12'x18' room. They create a spacious musical bubble, so you can enjoy a lifelike sound even in an adjoining room. Due to front transmission line port and a dead silent cabinets' design you can put them close to the wall with no harm to sound quality, in general, or bass reproduction, in particular. They are very fast, have good focused sound with a pretty large sweet spot, detailed but without any fatigue during long listening sessions. With them you're able to enjoy all genres of music: from single instrument (voice) to big band / orchestra, classical, electronic, pop, rock / metal. I have owners manual, brochures, instruction for the outrigges installation. I have the original bags and boxes with foaming for shipping. ONE BOX is 55"*15"*20" and about 85lb. Plus the outrigges are in a separate box. I would like to sell them locally, then I would help with their assembly and installation. I'm in Syracuse NY. Willing to drive up to 150 miles. Reviews: http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/acoustic-zen-technologies-adagio-loudspeaker-1/ http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/acousticzen/adagio.html Specs: -Type: Two-way transmission line -Woofer: 2 pieces 6½” composed of doped ceramic coated fabric cone, 2 ½” under-hung (short voice coil /long magnetic gap) voice coil linear motor system, shielded 7oz Neodymium magnet. -Tweeter: 1 5/8” Round Ribbon, shielded 3.5 oz high flux energy and high temperature resistant magnet structure. -Nominal Impedance: 6 ohm -Sensitivity: 89 dB / 1w / 1 meter -Crossover: 3kHz 18dB/Octave Linkwitz Riley Crossovers -Frequency Response: 30Hz -25 kHz ± 3dB -Power Handling: 50 - 200W -Weight: 78 lbs each -Dimensions:48” (H)x 9”(W)x 13”(D) FROM MANUFACTURER: After years of research and development, Acoustic Zen has developed the world's lowest distortion and most musically coherent loudspeakers! Through innovative design, superior component and cabling selection, solid construction and careful, precise hand assembly, the Acoustic Zen Adagio loudspeakers deliver music without compromise. The Adagio floorstanding loudspeaker is a two-way transmission-line system featuring a 1.5 inch circular ribbon tweeter and dual 6.5 inch midrange/woofer "underhung" voice coil, ceramic-coated drivers. The three drivers are configured in a time and phase aligned D'Appolito MTM arrangement providing lifelike imaging over a large sweet spot range. The Adagio features superior cabinet construction and aesthetic contours that actually reduce cabinet diffractions.

    250.00 USD

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