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Old 12th April 2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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Default Aussieamp related goodness for cheap

Hey folks hope everyone is keeping well. I've not been around these parts for sometime.

Selling a few Aussieamps/HPA bits including a completed 4 channel amplifier.

Please note none of the prices include P&P. And payment is via paypal only or cash on collection.

First up one very fine amplifier.

I'll start off by saying there's around 1300 worth of hardware including the case work which was 320 alone. Modules where around 600, PSU's around 300, 90 on toroids and then all the quality wiring and connectors.

I'm asking a crazy and stupidly cheap 300 for this stunning amp. I can and will post within the UK at a cost of 25 to the buyer. Alternatively the buyer is welcome to collect from Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Please note I will not post this overseas.

There's four Aussieamps NX400NL-LSP modules in there with loudspeaker protection relay(avoids turn on pop too) and 200w into 8ohm each. These modules also have high quality Elna Silmic and Carafine capacitors fitted. Superb modules with a highly refined sound. Also included are two Aussieamps PSU-Three(40800uf each) supplies and two very high quality Airlink toroids(can't remember the size but I think they're 600VA each). High quality parts used throughout with QED XT400 speaker cable, solid copper core for all the power and ground related hookup, van-damme balanced shielded interconnect cable, Neutrik XLR's and substantial insulated binding posts that will take and securely hold virtually any cable on the market.

This amplifier was a real labour of love and will be sorely missed but an upgrade now forces sale. I was using it to power the low end sections of a 3.5way loudspeaker for about a year and a half and its never missed a beat. I'll note that it might sound even better with rebiasing as I had the unit mounted in a very small shelve alcove with little ventilation and purposely set the bias to lower end of the recommended range to reduce the heat in that small space. Putting the bias up to the top end recommendation might yield further sound improvements and the heatsinks are certainly upto it providing you give it adequate space all around.

The case is all aluminium, very substantial and well ventilated. Looks a million bucks as well.

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4x Aussieamps NX400NL-LSP modules.

I can't remember much of the technical details about these modules as Anthony has taken the details down from his website now. Great sounding modules with Elna Carafine and Silmic caps. Loudspeaker protection relay built in to save expensive drive units from faults and no turn on pop either.

Power is 200w 8ohm.

I have 4 of these left but only 3 are working(they're perfect condition). One is faulty after a silly mistake by me. I'll throw in the 4th and faulty one to anyone who buys the 3 working ones. I'm sure Anthony would repair the module for a cost if you send it back to him or maybe even help you repair it if you asked nicely. He was going to do it for me but I never got around to posting it.

150 for all 4 or 55 each. Bargain for modules that originally cost 150/350$AUS each.

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2x Aussieamps PSU-Three


60 Amp 200 volt ultra fast soft recovery diodes
Dual protection fuses before rectifiers
RFI filtering on supply rail output
Fitted with 40,800uf capacitance each
LED status on each DC output rails
Quick spade connections for input and outputs
Total of 4 x fused DC supply rail outputs
Bleed down resistors across each supply rail

50 each or 95 for the pair. New price is 162 each at current exchange rate.

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Old 12th April 2010, 05:58 PM   #2
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4x Pairs of Insulated gold plated binding posts

Chunky good quality, takes large diameter cables.

15 for all four pairs.

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Old 12th April 2010, 11:12 PM   #3
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It's a real pitty you didnt want to send your amp overseas otherwise I would snap it up.., I guess its understandable tho as it would be quite heavy but if you change your mind let me know. Can I ask where you got that case from? As its really impressive looking.
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Old 12th April 2010, 11:53 PM   #4
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Yep the overseas postage would be a killer as its 30kg+ when packaged up and a huge box. There's also the problem of keeping it intact during the long journey.

The case is an Mcubed HFX Classic.
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Old 12th April 2010, 11:56 PM   #5
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I forgot to add that the amp is configured for balanced input at the moment but a simple wiring and connector change and it can be run unbalanced. The connectors are neutrik xlr's at the moment but there's a neutrik RCA connector that's a direct slot in as it shares the same foot print.
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Old 13th April 2010, 12:55 AM   #6
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Hi Ant
Please consider the binding posts sold.
Send me an e-mail & we can arrange collection.
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Old 13th April 2010, 02:16 PM   #7
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Hi Ant
Please consider the binding posts sold.
Send me an e-mail & we can arrange collection.
Tim F
Hey Tim,

Sorry my friend but the posts are sold

Its been so long since I've posted on DIYA, I believe its over a year now! How are things?
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Old 14th April 2010, 03:05 AM   #8
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The four NX400NL modules and two PSU-Three are sold.

Just the completed amplifier left. As further incentive, I'll include P&P within the UK for the asking price of 300 or 275 if collected.
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Old 14th April 2010, 09:43 AM   #9
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Hi ShinOBIWAN, I am interested in your completed amp (my brother is in the UK and will purchase it for me). Is it 240volts? Does it perform well at 4 or 2 ohms?

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Old 14th April 2010, 09:50 AM   #10
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Australian buyers could use a courier such as parcel monkey, they pick it up from the UK address and ship it over via DHL. Very professional.

Reasonable prices and done by dimensions not so much by weight. Have used it to import bicycle frames.
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