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  1. Due to some reconfiguration in my system, I have 2x LPS-1.2 units that are surplus to my needs. Both are in excellent condition, and come with all original packaging and accessories. Price: $360 each if bought individually, $700 the pair. Payment: PayPal, Venmo, or Zelle Shipping: Free shipping to Continental US, international buyers pay actual shipping.
  2. THE JENSEN HAS SOLD. All of the items below are for sale individually or as a whole package. I am changing my system configuration to XLR cabling and no longer have need for these items. 2 Rothwell -10db attenuators: $30 (approx. $45 new) 2 Rothwell -15db attenuators: $30 (approx. $45 new) If you buy both sets: $55, total, plus shipping. Description from Rothwell: A high quality device to reduce signal levels to give a better range on the volume control, to increase headroom, or to improve signal to noise ratio. These are our most famous product with thousands sold all over the world. =========================================================================================================== 1 Jensen CI-2RR very high quality two channel ground isolator with two 12" Mogami RCA cables. Approx. 1 year old. The Jensen isolators do not use any power. Simply rca in, rca out. $105 plus shipping (will include the 12" cables). Was $199, new. Description from Jensen: The Iso•Max CI-2RR is a passive two channel audio ground isolator designed to eliminate hum and buzz caused by ground loops in the most demanding audio systems. Eliminates hum and buzz caused by ground loops Extended frequency response from 10 Hz to 40 kHz Less than 2° phase deviation at 20 Hz Plug and play easy to use – no power required The unbalanced stereo design begins with gold RCA connectors to ensure optimal signal transfer. These are housed in a rugged steel enclosure that is fitted with screw-down flanges for easy installation in racks, under shelves or attached to cabinetry. The magic inside comes from two high performance Jensen Transformers that deliver pristine audio from 10 Hz to 40 kHz with less than 1 dB of deviation, less than 0.05% harmonic distortion and less than 2° phase shift at all frequencies. The transformer is shielded in a MuMETAL® can to protect against external magnetic fields and prevent “spectral contamination” due to ultrasonic and RF interference. This assures your music will be faithfully delivered without distortion, coloration or artifact no matter what the program material or signal level. These features makes the CI-2RR the perfect choice for 2 channel audiophile systems, home theater, Hi-Z recording sound cards, car audio and any other unbalanced audio signal. Or, purchase all of the above(attenuators plus isolator) for $150 plus shipping. Paypal accepted.
  3. Another item tucked away in my audio trove of unused parts. This the 12 AWG cord at 1.5 meter length. It is pretty flexible for its size. $85 + $10 shipping via USPS domestic.
  4. I have a Sonore Signature Rendu SE with Tier 1 upgrades in perfect condition for sale. Cost with upgrades, extra FO transceivers and FO cable was $3,745 my price is $2,995 and that includes shipping and PP fees. Best digital front end and I have been through the SoTM trio and the Auralic G1 & G2. Save a few hundreds bucks and get the best sound ever. Selling because I will be moving soon and need to downsize my entire system. Message me with any questions.
  5. Up for sale is an Uptone USB Regen with AQVOX USB Cable and Mean Well power supply. The only marks I could find were on the input side of the Regen. I have used it in my headphone setup for about a year and was functioning perfect when I removed it form the setup. Asking $100 Shipping is a flat $9 to anywhere inside the USA. Ask me about International Shipping. I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Zelle, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office about anything related to the import of this item.
  6. I'm selling a Phasure Blaxius^2 Digital cable. This is a 75Ω BNC-terminated S/PDIF cable, and is supplied with a set of true 75Ω BNC-RCA adapters. I've used a pair of these for the dual BNC interconnection between Chord Hugo M Scaler and DAVE. These are wonderful sounding cables, and I'm only selling because I was struck by the dreaded curse of upgrade-itis! I've used it for approx 500 hours. Please note: the picture shows a pair, but I have only one available for sale. The other is already sold. Details: Item: Phasure Blaxius^2 Digital Interlink 75 Ohm Length: 0.6m Retail price: €292 shipped to the US ($325) Asking: $135 (price dropped) Terms: Payment via PayPal, Venmo, or Zelle Price includes free shipping within continental US International buyers pay actual shipping cost and international PayPal fees
  7. For sale is one single Blaxius^2 digital S/PDIF 75 ohm BNC cable, 32 inches in length from tip to tip. This is the "JSSG360"-able, adjustable shield, digital cable that is famously discussed in this thread here at AudiophileStyle. From my experience of how rigid this cable is built, you need about 12 inches of space behind your components and vertically between them. This cable is about three months old and have at least 300 hours on them. The cable comes with the printed instruction sheet provided by Phasure and the caps for tuning. These cables are every bit as good as people report, and tweak-able to your heart's content. I am simply upgrading to a ridiculously expensive Transparent Audio cable, and so my loss is your gain! Priced as new: US$650 My (new, lower) price: US$300 Terms: PayPal Shipping: Buyer pays actual shipping and insurance. I'll pay PayPal.
  8. This is a pretty mint specimen of the Pass Labs 85 lb class A amplifier conservatively rated at 30 WPC. It can heat up a small house no problem so you not only get get great SQ but heat recovery in form of space heating at the same time. Since shipping would would be insanely expensive I am hoping for local pickup here in San Diego, CA. I have the original inner box and all packing materials. New retail is around $6,000 so I am asking $3,500 as mine is like new and has very light use. Thank you for looking.
  9. Fantastic cable in excellent condition. Invoice date 22nd of March, with booklet and box. €160 including DPD shipment to the UK, France, Germany, possibly others. PM if interested My 200+ positive trader feedback can be found on Head-Fi under the same username
  10. Up for sale is a pair of Gloss Black Sonus Faber Liuto Monitors Model: Liuto Color: Gloss Black Type: Monitor Condition: 8/10: There is a small scratch on the right side of one of the speakers and a small scratch (touched up with marker) on the right side of the other speaker. See Pictures. I had to look up close to notice them at all. Functionality: The speakers were tested and function as intended. No. of Owners: 2 Age: Unsure Tobacco/Pet Free: Yes Repair History: None Included are: Pair of Liuto Monitors Pair of Protective cloth covers Original Packaging Specifications: System: 2 way floorstanding vented box loudspeaker. Cabinet: Lute shape design ensures excellent stiffness avoiding resonances and standing waves. Tweeter: 25mm high definition precoated fabric dome driver with wide soft polymer surround and rear chamber. Custom design. Midrange: 150 mm cone driver. A free compression basket design and a thermo-mouldered polypropylene textile cone, also known as "curv", ensures an excellent dynamic performance. Custom design. Woofer: 220 mm lightweight Aluminium/ Magnesium alloy cone driver. Ultra dynamic performance an linearity. Special coaxial anti-compressor is used, designed to remove cavity resonances and distortions. Cross-over: Non-resonant second order design, optimized phase characteristics for optimal space/time performance, cross-over point 3.500 Hz. Frequency response: 55 Hz - 25000 Hz, tuning port included. Sensitivity: 86 db SPL (2.83 V/1m). Nominal impedance: 8 ohm. Power handling: 30 W - 150 W without clipping. Finish: Combination of black leather and natural walnut. Dimensions: 365 x 185 x 336 mm (HxWxD) Weight: 16 kg per pair-net weight 19.5 kg per pair-shipping weight. Review: Sound&Vision: 'The Liuto collection is something I’ve rarely encountered: a speaker system that lends itself just as well to audiophile listening as it does to high-impact home theater. It’s a truly beautiful creation. While they may seem rather expensive, I doubt you could find lower-priced speakers that combine the Liutos’ technical excellence and incredible craftsmanship.' MSRP $2899, I am asking $1199.99 Take advantage of No Payments and 0% Interest for 6 Months with PayPal Credit. Please check out my other audio gear bargains! Shipping: Shipping inside the USA is Calculated exact by USPS or FedEx.Free. International Shipping is done through USPS. Shipping weight is 46 lbs and the box measures 20x20x18. Payment: I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Wells Fargo SurePay, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office for import rules and regulations.
  11. Up for sale is a Naim Uniti Core Reference Music Server with 500GB HDD Model: Uniti Core Internal Memory: 500GB Type: Reference Music Server Voltage: 115V 50/60Hz Condition: 7/10: There is a small dent in the front right top corner and the 'cooling fins' have 5 small marks. The rest is perfect. Functionality: Item was tested and functions as intended. No. of Owners: 2 Age: Unsure Tobacco/Pet Free: Yes Repair History: None Included are: Uniti Core Power Cable 500GB HDD Description: Uniti Core represents the essence of digital music. It is a seriously powerful machine that will allow you to rip your entire CD collection, store up to 100,000 tracks, serve files to Uniti all-in-one players or other Naim streamers and create a back-up for all of your music. You can also use Uniti Core as a standalone digital source – simply connect it to a digital-to-analogue converter or an amplifier with digital inputs and control playback via the Naim app. Uniti Core is a fuss-free, no-compromise solution to ripping, storing, cataloging and playing your entire music collection. Specifications: Audio Inputs: 2 x USB Type A Socket (front and rear) Audio Outputs: 1 x BNC S/PDIF Connectivity: Ethernet (10/100/1000Mbps) Music stored locally on Uniti Core: 384k 32-Bit WAV, 24576kb/s: ❤️ streams 384k 24-Bit WAV, 18232kb/s: <5 streams 192k 24-Bit WAV, 9216kb/s: >12 streams 44.1k 16-Bit WAV, 1411kb/s: >16 streams Serve up to 12 network-connected players via UPnP™ Music stored on a NAS: 192k 24-Bit WAV, 9216kb/s: <8 streams Serve up to 4 network-connected players via UPnP™ at full CD quality. Party Mode Streaming: Sync up to six Uniti all-in-one players or other Naim streamers and control via the Naim app. Ripping and Storage: Store up to 100,000 tracks to internal (HDD or SSD - up to 8TB) or external Network Attached Storage or USB-connected storage and serve to a network-connected player. CD Ripping: Create bit-perfect copies of your CDs, store them internally and play back (external DAC or digital input amplifier needed). Formats CD Formats: Audio CD (Red Book, CD and CD-R) Audio Formats: WAV - up to 32bits/384kHz FLAC and AIFF - up to 24bit/384kHz ALAC (Apple Lossless) - up to 24bit/384kHz MP3 - up to 48kHz, 320kbit (16 bit) AAC - up to 48kHz, 320kbit (16 bit) OGG and WMA - up to 48kHz (16 bit) DSD - 64 and 128Fs Notes: Gapless playback supported on all formats. Physical Dimensions (HWD): 95mm x 214mm x 265mm Weight: 7 kg Review: SoundStage!: '...the Uniti Core is very impressive even as a standalone component. What you get is a superbly engineered product that will store your digital music files, let you organize them so they’re easy to find, and extract details from them that you may not have realized they contain.' MSRP $2795, I am asking $1899.99 Take advantage of No Payments and 0% Interest for 6 Months with PayPal Credit. Please check out my other audio gear bargains! Shipping: Shipping inside the USA is Free. International Shipping is done through USPS. Shipping weight is 17 lbs and the box measures 15x12x6. Payment: I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Wells Fargo SurePay, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office for import rules and regulations.
  12. Up for sale is an Oppo and Cambridge Audio Furutech R IEC / Mundorf Wire Upgrade Kit Compatible Models: Oppo BDP-93/95/103/103D/105/105D & UDP-203/205 Cambridge Audio Azur 751BD & 752BD Type: IEC Power Inlet Upgrade Condition: NEW. Functionality: As New No. of Owners: 1 Age: NEW Tobacco/Pet Free: Yes Repair History: NEW Included are: Furutech / Mundorf Wire upgrade kit. Install Instructions. Description: Twist cable consisting of a pair 1.0mm of Mundorf silver gold wire, sleeved with white PTFE. Cables are soldered using Mundorf 9.5% silver solder supreme - (Mundorf's top of the range solder). 9.5% Silver is used for better conductivity and retaining superior sound qualities with 0.1% gold added. Features: Mundorf Silver Gold Wire Furutech IEC (R) I am asking $139 I have brand new Linear Power Supply for the BDP-93/103/103D available too for $250. Take advantage of No Payments and 0% Interest for 6 Months with PayPal Credit. Please check out my other audio gear bargains! Shipping: Shipping inside the USA is Free. International Shipping is done through USPS. Shipping weight is 10 oz and the box measures 9x6x3. Payment: I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Wells Fargo SurePay, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office for import rules and regulations.
  13. Very similar if not identical to the Singxer F1. In great condition with tiny paint chip on front bottom. Box and a 1 meter GhentAudio Canare 75 ohm coax cable are included. I'm asking €135. FWIW, works with Armature's own XMOS driver and also Thesycon's driver for Singxer. https://www.audiophonics.fr/en/digi...usb-spdif-asynchronous-interface-p-11412.html https://ghentaudio.com/part/e08.html PM any time
  14. For sale is my (combo) Intel i7 Nuc clocked by SOtM loaded sNH-10G switch with sCLK-EX clock module. Asking price is $1995 plus ship and payment fees. My Euphony OS free for your optional use. ($249 value) My SOTM switch is the loaded sNH-10g model which has SOtM's internal reference sCLK-EX (3) clock module with 75 ohm master clock input, plus special UPOCC internal silver wiring,upgraded EVOX capacitors, eABS-200 paper, operational power set for 12v (for external PSU) total cost per SOTM $1900 + transfers Please reference following reviews https://www.audioshark.org/computer-digital-audio-11/sotm-snh-10g-ethernet-switch-review-16245.html http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/0919/SOtM_sNH_10G_Switch_Review.htm My Intel i7 Nuc constructed as follows: (build cost approximately $1250 includes Euphony OS license) 1. Intel NUC7i7DNBE motherboard 2. Akasa Plato X7D Slim fanless case for 7th Generation Intel NUC boards (Dawson Canyon) - A-NUC39-M1B 3. 8GB (2 x 4GB) of HyperX DDR4 RAM 4. 1 X 16GB USB 3.0 stick 5. Three short bnc connecting cables for clocks Euphony OS FREE (cost $249)
  15. Up for sale is a perfect condition Uptone USB Regen with MeanWell Power Supply and USB A to B adapter. Asking $80 Shipping is $6 to anywhere inside the USA ($8 if you want the faster USPS Priority Mail). PayPal is preferred, no fees for that.
  16. I'm selling my Uptone Audio LPS 1.0. It's in great condition and includes the original packaging and accessories. MSRP: $395 Asking: $199 including Paypal Fee and shipping in CONUS Included: Original Box, SMPS, power cable and DC cable View my seller feedback here: https://www.audiogon.com/users/ggil
  17. Here is a mint specimen in like-new condition from original owner with all original materials and packaging. Free shipping in Continental USA via UPS ground, no Paypal fees (Friends and Family appreciated). Price: $1,350
  18. Up for sale is a Berkeley Audio Design Alpha USB Model: Alpha USB Type: USB to S/PDIF Converter Color: Black Voltage: 120V 50/60Hz Condition: 9/10 The Alpha USB looks as new and could pass as a 10/10 easily. No. of Owners: 2 Age: Not sure Tobacco/Pet Free: Yes Repair History: None Included are: Alpha USB Manual Power Cord Original Box Product Highlights: The Alpha USB is an asynchronous High Speed USB Audio 2.0 to digital audio interface designed to provide the highest possible audio quality from computer and music server audio sources. The Alpha USB has a USB Audio 2.0 Standard input and switch selected digital audio output signal type, either coaxial SPDIF using a BNC connector or balanced AES using an XLR connector. Sampling rates up to 192 kHz and word lengths up to 24 bit are supported. PC’s using Microsoft Windows 10 release 1703 and above do not require installation of the Alpha USB Windows driver and the driver provided with Windows should be used. Only Microsoft Windows PC’s using Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and earlier versions of 10 require the Alpha USB Windows driver which is available on the Downloads page. Specifications: Input: USB Audio 2.0 Standard asynchronous connection, type B receptacle Outputs: switch selectable, coaxial SPDIF on 75Ω BNC connector or balanced AES on 110Ω XLR connector Supported sampling rates: 44.1kHz to 192kHz Supported word lengths: up to 24-bit Supported operating systems: Apple, Windows and Linux Enclosure dimensions: 2.3”H X 10.5”W x 5”D, 2.55”H including feet Mains power: 100/120/240VAC, 50/60Hz, IEC power input connector Power consumption: 3W, designed for continuous operation Review: The Absolute Sound: “The Berkeley Audio Design Alpha USB is a breakthrough product that not only overcomes the limitations of the USB interface, but provides a state-of-the-art method of getting audio out of a computer.” MSRP $1895, I am asking $999.99 Take advantage of No Payments and 0% Interest for 6 Months with PayPal Credit. Please check out my other audio gear bargains! Shipping: Shipping inside the USA is calculated exact by USPS or FedEx. International Shipping is done through USPS. Shipping weight is 6 lbs and the box measures 16x10x8. Payment: I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Wells Fargo SurePay, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office for import rules and regulations.
  19. My Sotm tx-USBultra includes upgraded options : 12V power, evox caps, 75 ohm master clock input port, eABS-200 EMI shielding material, sotm's internal OCC silver wire. Must be powered by separate power supply. https://www.sotm-audio.com/sotmwp/english/shop/tx-usbultra/ Retail: $1495 Asking: $875
  20. These babies pump. They were rated at 160 watts in ultra linear mode on the original KT90’s. These are fitted with KT120’s which are good for approximately 200 watts. (The amps can be switched to triode mode internally with a corresponding halving of power. I’ve always preferred listing to them in UL; your mileage may vary.) The De Luxe amps were streets ahead of the Compacts and featured premium components and arguably better design, layout and construction. These were made with optional Cardas wiring too (see photos of rear panels). I’ve had them for about 20 years and have had amazing service from them. Sure, the tubes have been replaced (twice!), the last time a couple of years ago with matched quads of Russian Tung-sol KT120’s. The big B+ caps have been replaced too (the originals were grey, you can see in the photos that they’re now blue). I’d rate them cosmetically at 8/10 and sound 10/10. The only reason that I’m getting rid of them is that I was smitten recently by a bad case of updateitis. Given our new near compulsory staying at home, you too might be wanting to work on your couches ar$e groove while listing to your music afresh. These amps will grab your speakers by the throat and make them sing like never before. I’m also selling separately a killer matching preamp. A VTL Ultimate – VTL’s reference preamp at the time. (See separate ad.) The amps can be auditioned in Ballarat (having regard for COVID-19 physical distancing requirements apply!) but shipping could be a pain in the ar$e as these babies weigh a tonne. (Well not quite; about 19kilo’s each.) However, I can supervise a professional packing/shipping company at buyers cost. I would also consider delivering them to an address or meeting place within 100kms of Ballarat. Asking $2600 (AUS peso's) approx $1600 US
  21. This was VTL’s reference preamp. A complete dual mono design from its two power cords to separate power supplies, dual circuits, to four outputs (2 per channel). I’ve had the pre for about 5 years. It has been serviced and any components that were not to spec have been replaced. All of the tubes test at the upper end of the range. So you should get years of trouble free enjoyment from what is regarded by many as a superb piece of hifi gear. The only reason that I’m getting rid of it is that I was smitten recently by a bad case of updateitis. Given our new near compulsory staying at home, you too might be wanting to work on your couches ar$e groove while listing to your music afresh. This pre will let you discover nuances that you didn’t know were in the recordings and deliver a real sense of timber and realism to the instruments that you’re listening too. I’d rate it cosmetically at 7.5/10 and sound at 10/10. See the photo’s. While the model number indicates a MM phone stage, you’ll see that there’s an input marked MC. You’ll also see twin rotary switches near the phono inputs. These provide for capacitance matching on a MM cart. A true audiophile classic. It can be auditioned in Ballarat, Australia (having regard for COVID-19 physical distancing requirements apply!). Ideally pick up from here. However, I can supervise a professional packing/shipping company at buyers cost. I would also consider deliver to an address or meeting place within 100 kms of Ballarat. Asking $2500 Australian peso's (About $1540 US) I’m also selling separately a pair of VTL De Luxe 160 mono blocks. (See separate ad.)
  22. Purchase the UltraCap LPS-1 linear power supply at $199 and receive a FREE USB Regen (amber version) Not cluttering this ad with photos of the USB Regen, but it's FREE ... it's fully functional ... and it comes with original box and accessories UltraCap LPS-1 ... $199 Details: Condition: Good (7/10) New MSRP: $395 Asking: $199 Included: Original box, Uptone power supply and standard power cables Two nicks in faceplate; box is damaged Terms PayPal payment with PayPal verified address preferred Seller pays PayPal fees Seller pays domestic USA Ground shipping Purchaser pays shipping for outside USA or for any method other than Ground
  23. I'm asking $3500 I'm the original owner of this Chord Hugo M Scaler which is in excellent condition. Black color Unit comes with original Chord remote,PSU,cables and ship packaging Upsamples up to 768 kHz which sounds fantastic ...please view following link for product specs : https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/hugo-mscaler/
  24. Up for sale is an Allo USBridge Audiophile USB Audio Output Model: USBridge Type: Music Streamer/Bridge Voltage: 100-240V 50/60Hz GUI Operating System: DietPi and Allo Condition: 8/10: it has a little sticker residue in 2 barely noticable spots on 2 sides. Functionality: The USBridge was tested and functions as intended. No. of Owners: 2 Age: 2 years Tobacco/Pet Free: Yes Repair History: None Included are: USBridge micro SD card Power Supply (I will send the Manual and other info by email) No Original Packaging Description: Every DAC needs a source. For USB input we created the USBridge. So why not use a cheap laptop, RPI or even Sparky as a USB transport? Well you can, but they all have some limitations. First, laptops are noisy... very noisy. On USB we usually see spikes at 100mV of noise. That will have an impact on sound system. How about RPI? RPIs are great and very energy efficient, but on USB they have 2 major flaws. First is that bandwidth is shared between the 2 USB ports (so in fact there is only one USB), and second is that ethernet is also shared on same bus! Of course, you also have the noise on USB at about 60mV. Maybe Sparky? The 2 USB ports (next to the ethernet port) share one input to the CPU (split by a hub). Noise on USB bus is about 27mV (pretty good) and ethernet is completely apart (bus is not shared). So it's ok, but not great. So we developed a new board that is connected to the bottom of Sparky. Sparky has 2 independent USB controllers (2 highways), and we connect to the second one. Then we use a new USB IC that reclocks the stream using hi quality NDK Oscillators, and everything is powered by independent LDOs and hi frequency filters. The final noise of the USBridge is lower than the noise of a battery. I am asking $99.99 Take advantage of No Payments and 0% Interest for 6 Months with PayPal Credit. Please check out my other audio gear bargains! Shipping: Shipping inside the USA is $9.99. International Shipping is done through USPS. Shipping weight is 2 lbs and the box measures 10x7x5. Payment: I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Wells Fargo SurePay, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office for import rules and regulations.
  25. Up for sale is a PS Audio Duet Power Conditioner Model: Duet Type: Power Conditioner Voltage: 120V 50/60Hz Condition: 8/10: it has a tiny mark on top. The rest is perfect. Functionality: The Duet was tested and functions as intended. No. of Owners: 2 Age: unsure Tobacco/Pet Free: Yes Repair History: None Included are: Duet Power Cable No Original Packaging Description: Four-outlet surge protector and power filter Two isolated duplex outlets reduce interference among components Automatic disconnect in case of dangerous power surge Slide-in replaceable MOV filter module Nanocrystalline ceramic filter removes noise distortion to below 100 kHz "AV Grade" AC receptacles with 15 coats of polished nickel. Review: Absolute Sound: Best AC Conditioner Award. "It's the first conditioner that I can unreservedly recommend." MSRP $299, I am asking $149.99 Take advantage of No Payments and 0% Interest for 6 Months with PayPal Credit. Please check out my other audio gear bargains! Shipping: Shipping inside the USA is $14.99. International Shipping is done through USPS. Shipping weight is 4 lbs 8 oz and the box measures 11x9x6. Payment: I accept Paypal, Credit Cards, Wells Fargo SurePay, Cashier's Checks or Money Orders. When Cashier's Checks or Money Orders are used, the item will ship once the C.C. or M.O. clears. Please add 3% to the total when PayPal or Credit card payment is used. International Shipping: When I ship International I am not responsible for any loss/damage during shipping and any Customs duties/fees/charges/taxes. Please check with your local customs office for import rules and regulations.
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