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Old 17th January 2012, 06:03 PM   #1
Lance is offline Lance  United States
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Default Adcom,Parasound,ATI,Dayton,Rythmik, much more (Large List)

This collection is from many friends/family systems that have moved to ease/convience of music servers and HT receivers,etc.: (all plus shipping)
Adcom Gfa-535 stock $110-sold
Gfa-535 film cap on input to roll off ~90hz for use with satellite/ sub setup. Etc. $110-sold
Gfa-535 teflon input jacks, cardas wire, speaker a/b switch removed, binding posts $115
Gfa-535L with level controls $110
Gfa-535II film cap on input to roll off ~90hz for use with satellite/ sub setup. etc $115- sold
Gfa-535II stock $115
Gfa-535 stan warren mods, internal filter for 12db highpass rolloff~90hz for use with satellite/ sub setup . etc $125
Gsp-560 modded t to have 3 inputs straight to amp for 3 channel amp function only (80/40/40watts) $90
Gfa -555 (Classic 200 watt/8 ohm) stock… have 2 $225 each
Parasound 800ll volume controls bypassed, internal wire,binding posts $105
Parasound 2200 (monster) stock $275
ATI 1505 5x150 stock $560
Dayton SA-240 sub amps (have several) 1 new left @$85 2 lightly used @ $70
Rythmik (non- servo) ~350watt plate amps with upgraded op amps and 100volt caps(lightly used-have several) $115
Toshiba dvd-3950 with Rossi/swenson mods, 10 ga. Silver/Teflon powr cord second system ,little use $90
Audio Alchemy Dac in the Box with Stan Warren Mods and custom high current regulated power supply $110
Parasound TDQ-150 tuner $85
Momitsu DVD with Mike Parker ouput stage/line driver mods with mounted BNC’s $90
Bravo D1 DVD $20
Audio authority vga to component converter $50
Peter’s (HT forum fame) HD-1 component to vga converter $45
Keye CTCA3 vga to component or component to vga (auto sensing) converter $70
Crescendo RTC 2200 vga/component to vga with gamma control $75-spf
For parts/repair :
Adcom Gfa-555 (have 2) $95 each ...sold
Adcom Gfa-565 monoblock $125

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Old 19th January 2012, 11:04 PM   #2
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email sent on the rtc2200 I wil take it

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Old 21st January 2012, 04:40 AM   #3
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email sent for GFA-565 for parts, will take it.
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Old 22nd January 2012, 02:07 PM   #4
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Do the Rythmiks have the add-on LT board, by any chance?
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Old 24th January 2012, 10:07 PM   #5
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Is the Parasound 2200 a MK II? I'm interested if I can get a build date and some photos if possible.
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Old 25th January 2012, 01:10 AM   #6
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Audio Alchemy Dac in the Box - is still avail?
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Old 25th January 2012, 01:58 AM   #7
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The rythmic plates do not have the Linkwitz transform board allthough that can be done to them I believe.

The 2200 is the markI not the markII

Tha AA (Stan Warren mods) DITB is still available at this time

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Old 25th January 2012, 10:36 AM   #8
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I am kind of weary about those "Stan Warren" mods. I like to do my own stuff and some of the modders out there have ideas that I don't agree with.
I admint, I don't know too much about him, besides what Google brings.
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Will the Rythmik run on 240volts?
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Old 25th January 2012, 12:57 PM   #10
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Rythmic will run on 240 (there is a select switch)

The Stan warren mods were as I remember:
the ouput stage was changed from the op275's to a LT1361 with discrete comp buffers on the outputs
The operating voltages for all the analog were increased with associated regulators and wiring, etc....a large amount of the decoupling and power supply caps were changed n(increase and size and quality). The power supply is a linear regulated 1000ma .
The uniit has served well without issue for a number of years.
Interestingly, a friend and I just for fun compared it to a wyred4sound DAC1 the other day and while it obviously did not beat the $1000 dac1 it was suprising (we started laughing) to the fact that that little DITB certainly did not stink in comparison.

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