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This unit is the Demo Unit that we have used at AXPONA and Capital Audiofest. I have used this unit in other Demo applications so it has maybe 150 to 200 hours on it. It replaced a PS Audio BHK and paired with single ended amps was a clear step forward. Will come with a full five year warranty on the unit and six months on the tubes. Five single ended inputs, a tape loop, two single ended outputs, and a truly amazing headphone amp makes this a very special centerpiece to any system. Even better, this unit is equipped with variable gain and you can switch between 0dB and 25dB making it
Price is $4299 discounted from $4999. Shipping in the lower 48 and any CC/Paypal fees are included. This is the manufacturers demo of the Vinyl One Copper Reference. This is fitted with variable gain which is controlled via a nob on the back. The Vinly One does not have a built in rumble filter to eliminate sub-sonic noise so I will include a KAB Electro Acoustics KAB RF1. First round of demo units are all available as we don't want these demos to get to old before they find a forever home. All are less than a year old and the bulk of use came at AXPONA and CAF.
Triode Lab 2A3M-II Monoblocks NOK 25,000, new price NOK 70,000 Better purchases than this is not easy to find. Best amplifier I've had but sold to fund new Audio PC for my system. About two years old, like new. Two sets of tubes included. The blocks are 2 x 9 watts and are based on the 2A3 tube. The monoblocks are completely without noise even on the most sensitive speakers In a class of its own according to tests: https://wallofsound.ca/audioreviews/the-gemini-equation-triode-labs-2a3m-ii-monoblocks/ Website: http://www.triodelab.com/2a3-set-mono-b-locks/
I have a mid 2012 Macbook Pro, Mackie CR3's, Behringer HPX2000 and I'm just kinda happy. Mackies are connected to 3.5mm headphone output of Macbook Pro to the 1/4 TRS inputs of the Mackies. The Mackies have a 3.5mm aux output I can run the headphones on but when I plug them in the speakers shut off. I read that my laptop has 3.5mm/optical mini toslink output. How can I 100% find that out? I installed a programs called Mactracker and it said I had it but I followed some other instructions to check and it didn't show I do. In any event, without upgrading the Mackies I'd like to improve my