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# 161955 25-Jan-2015 08:33
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Bought only a few days ago from Sony Sylvia park, thought it would be the all in one solution for my beyer t1 and speakers, but its a tad bright for my t1's. So looking for a tube amp instead.
RRP $899, willing to let for for $650, pick up in Auckland or buyer pays for courier, have original box and accessories

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  # 1221675 25-Jan-2015 08:33
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1221689 25-Jan-2015 08:35
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(if you want all in one speakers and headphone amp you want the Schiit Ragnarok)




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  # 1221693 25-Jan-2015 08:45
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NZtechfreak: (if you want all in one speakers and headphone amp you want the Schiit Ragnarok)


Thanks for the suggestion, a little bit over my budget haha! just want to find something nice for my new beyer t1 for now.

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  # 1221695 25-Jan-2015 08:46
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NZtechfreak: (if you want all in one speakers and headphone amp you want the Schiit Ragnarok)


that would be one cool piece of Schiit!

I think this could be in the A/V forum :D




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  # 1221700 25-Jan-2015 08:49
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livisun: thought it would be the all in one solution for my beyer t1 and speakers, but its a tad bright for my t1's. So looking for a tube amp instead.


I have struggled with the science behind this for a long time.

I bought a Fiio E17 and thought exactly the same. A tad bright. If not very bright. no bass. I stopped there, after enquiring about all other $1000 amps, and nearly bought a Bifrost - Asgard combo on so many occasions.

But surely all DACs that are uncoloured would make the same signals. RIght?
And all amps that are uncoloured will amplify the signal the same. RIght?

ANyway, I have a LCD-2 and no DAC/AMP ;p

Someone please explain




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  # 1221705 25-Jan-2015 08:57
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livisun: thought it would be the all in one solution for my beyer t1 and speakers, but its a tad bright for my t1's. So looking for a tube amp instead.


I have struggled with the science behind this for a long time.

I bought a Fiio E17 and thought exactly the same. A tad bright. If not very bright. no bass. I stopped there, after enquiring about all other $1000 amps, and nearly bought a Bifrost - Asgard combo on so many occasions.

But surely all DACs that are uncoloured would make the same signals. RIght?
And all amps that are uncoloured will amplify the signal the same. RIght?

ANyway, I have a LCD-2 and no DAC/AMP ;p

Someone please explain


interesting... LCD2 with no dac/amp? how does it sound... had a feeling this will turn into a a/v discussion.

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  # 1221795 25-Jan-2015 12:00
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Try a pair of Blue Mo-Fi headphones - built in amp. Works with any source. OK, no DAC but plenty of headroom and oomph with no significant colour or distortion.





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