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Old 14th January 2013, 12:32 AM   #51
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what's the price on everything left at the moment?
and would it require a truck to move
 
Old 14th January 2013, 01:03 AM   #52
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Some of the higher dollar items are negotiable and taking several lots will save you 10%.
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what's the price on everything left at the moment?
and would it require a truck to move
No a truck is not required, is it just the DIY parts you are interested in or are you including the Onkyo receiver and Sony 555ES? I also have a pair of NHT VT1.4 not yet posted for $400 for the pair. Just the DIY stuff would be $2500 for everything, but if you want it all in one shot $1900.

The Consumer equipment would be separate.
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ok can you send or do you have a list of the diy items so i can better gauge if i want to commit
1800$
 
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ok can you send or do you have a list of the diy items so i can better gauge if i want to commit
1800$
Where are you located?

The Tube kits sold before your last post, so I would have to work out a new price. Unfortunately I do not have the kind of time it would require to a create detailed list. I think anyone who has dealt with me would vouch for my fairness when dealing with fellow hobbyists. I do understand your desire to know exactly what you get, but unfortunately these are set up as speculation lots. All the parts were procured specifically for use in Audio.

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ok what's the value of what's left.
 
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$350 for the lot, IKE Clone Boards by Tube DIY, Tube Preamp Board, parts for Tube Preamp board, Tubes and transformers as shown.
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Old 14th January 2013, 08:34 PM   #58
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In my past dealings with him (four times), I got everything exactly to what I expected and then more (I went to get some FETs and came out with matched sets). Anthony is fair in his pricing, honest, and very personable even though he makes fun of my desire to build a purposely slightly lowered output Pass Amp (just so I can have it run a little cooler).

Also, I have been and seen what he has for sale. My first thought was that I now know where the supply for various audio components has been hidden.
 
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I like the photos of your test gear - but tell me, how do you keep it so clean?
 
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I like the photos of your test gear - but tell me, how do you keep it so clean?
Put it in a storage bin and do not use it for a few years!
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