The guy I've sold the Linear PSU to was quite pleased with the 1st one, otherwise I wouldn't pass on ... but scratch that one then. Akasa one is a decent deal and I was quite pleased with that Akasa Euler case. Surely, you can save a bit more if only case is bought new with S/H ThinITX motherboard/CPU and rest of the components, but that's DIY route.
Would have to agree. Baseline for the computer project would be the CPU capacities needed and then you can build the rest on top of that.
Nightingale Armonia EL84 Integrated Amplifier with MM/MC Phono Stage. Cost £3,000 New. Original Box. Recent Customer Trade In.
Few Marks, Valves Could Do With Updating In Time.Just had a £150 Service.
£999.00 ONO Please contact direct 01554 403503.
Esoteric D-05 sounds better than a D-07X and is the lowest Esoteric spec to have the VRDS mech. The selling point for the 07X is the DSD decoding ability and entry level price. I wouldn't bother, although I know someone who is very happy with his.
I've only heard the original Acute but if it's anything to go by the III should be spectacular.
I have a BD32. CD/SACD sound seems only marginally behind my old Esoteric X-03SE. It also pulls amazing sound (and picture) off blu-ray discs. You cannot access this machine's superb DAC unless streaming via Ethernet or attached USB drive using the unit's own app. There are no standard digital in connections - they want you to buy a DAC30 for that (but for the power supply it's essentially the same). It also requires your TV to be on for control, I cannot get the Primare iPad app to see the machine. I would recommend an alternative solution if you intend to stream.
I've considered Wadia many times but I'm always put off by the stories of great difficulty and expense getting them repaired if - some would say more likely when - they go wrong.
Ditto Opus 21, but others have more experience of that machine.
Oh, ok, thanks Sera. It is worth just keeping an eye on those sites as they have some incredible deals sometimes, looks like you've got one as well. I have looked at 360 before. Not looking at the moment but leasing is a great way to run a car, especially one like your getting. Good decision you've made there.