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Old 10th March 2002, 06:26 AM   #31
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As I may have mentioned above, I can buy the Ella kit in Denmark when I go there soon so shipping costs are not a problem.

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Old 11th March 2002, 08:10 PM   #32
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Can I modify the Ella with more inputs connected to an input selector, and maybe a "main-in" input to be able to use it as a power amp for the Basie from diyhifisupply.

I also heard there is a phono-stage coming soon for the Ella, anyone heard of it?

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Old 11th March 2002, 11:01 PM   #33
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Just got the prices from the danish store and they were was too high.

Instead I think IŽll get the Edison 60 here in Sweden. The complete kit is US $640. You can see it here: http://www.aland.net/sandmarcaudio/e60.htm

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Just got the prices from the danish store and they were was too high.

Instead I think IŽll get the Edison 60 here in Sweden. The complete kit is US $640. You can see it here: http://www.aland.net/sandmarcaudio/e60.htm

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This amplifier also comes highly recommended (and only needs to be shipped from the UK). Also very versatile so that you can try out all sorts of different configuarations.

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This amplifier also comes highly recommended (and only needs to be shipped from the UK). Also very versatile so that you can try out all sorts of different configuarations.

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No shippping from the UK. I can get the Edison 60 HERE, in Sweden!

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No shippping from the UK. I can get the Edison 60 HERE, in Sweden!
Yes but the price you are paying includes the price your dealer paid to have it shipped from the UK (the Edisons are built in the UK aren't they)

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Yes but the price you are paying includes the price your dealer paid to have it shipped from the UK (the Edisons are built in the UK aren't they)

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Actually I doubt it (that it would be more expensive). I buy the Edison from a company called "Triod-Ljud" and the guy who runs that company is Erik Andersson, who is the designer of the Edison amps and the man who started making the kits a long time ago.

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Actually I doubt it (that it would be more expensive). I buy the Edison from a company called "Triod-Ljud" and the guy who runs that company is Erik Andersson, who is the designer of the Edison amps and the man who started making the kits a long time ago.
So Edison is Swedeish and not English? Learn something new each day! Nothing like having the designer at hand for tech support -- makes it the clear choice i'd say.

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Old 12th March 2002, 03:28 PM   #39
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So Edison is Swedeish and not English? Learn something new each day! Nothing like having the designer at hand for tech support -- makes it the clear choice i'd say.

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The kits might be made in England. I know he claims 75% of the parts are made there. But I got the designer over here

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any opinions on that kit? ... Personally iŽm not particullary fond of erik andersson (edison) the man is just impossibly to talk with... (he thinks he has the patent on the truth)... =(

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