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  1. Only 220V and no CE marking....
  2. @newlash09 Yes Open Baffle, its a 6" Wide Range driver and 12" Bass, so they are quite small for OBs. There is around 0.5m from the back of the drivers to the rear walls. The room is around 3m x 5m I think.
  3. Cheers, I would keep it but It would only be gathering dust as I have gone down the DIY route once again.
  4. I have the EXR version, in hindsight probably should have gone for the full 'XR' model as for the frame on its own, only about £50 more. I saved some money by not buying the shelves with it and just getting some 20mm plywood cut to size and used that. I'm very happy with it though, nice and flexible with the shelf configuration and I like the industrial but lightweight look (not too oil rig). System by Robert Seymour, on Flickr
  5. I have my Rega Elicit (mk2) spare, and now decided to put up for sale. When I bought it, I had a static charge issue (woolen top/wool sofa) and had the Volume Control IC replaced under warranty. Its now back and been given a clean bill of health from Rega. While it was with Rega, I had them replace the phono board to a MC input, rather than the MM input supplied, to match with my P9/Ania. I have included the original MM board in the box. Its in great condition, a small mark on the top but other than that, in excellent condition. Comes with the Original Box, Solar Remote, Power Lead and the spare MM input card. Looking for £650 UK Mainland Postage £20 or Collection from Faringdon, Nr Swindon. Rega Elicit by Robert Seymour, on Flickr Rega Elicit by Robert Seymour, on Flickr
  6. Its the point where the tensioned cable support that holds the shelves up. So you can adjust the shelf height by @2cm at a time.
  7. Its a Something Solid EXR from Deco Audio, with my own cheapskate Plywood Shelves. https://www.decoaudio.com/deco_audio_something_solid.html
  8. System by Robert Seymour, on Flickr TT: Rega P9 / Rega Ania / Ray Samuels Nighthawk Phonostage CD: Sony DVP-S9000ES Pre/XO: MiniDSP 2x4HD & DIY Source Selector Amps: Decware Zen (Mid/Treble) & Cambridge Audio A5 (Bass) Speakers: Supravox 165-2000 (Mid/Treble) & Supravox 285GMF (Bass) both in Open Baffle
  9. Grab a UMIK and free copy of REW, sorted https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Condenser-Mics/miniDSP-Omni-Directional-Measurement-Calibrated-Microphone/B00N4Q25R8
  10. Due to low use, I am selling my Pentax D-FA 100mm f2.8 WR Macro. It was bought brand new in late 2017 from SRS but barely used since, I don't really do any Macro photography. Really is in as new condition as far as I can see. All its time has been spent kept in the supplied pouch. Comes with the Original Box, Case, Hood, Front and Rear Lens Cap. Looking for £300 with Collection from Faringdon, Nr Swindon. UK Mainland Postage £15. Cheers, Rob
  11. The Seas 11F-GX was popular in the late '70s and '80s being used in the Proac Tablette and Super Tower, Keesonic Kolt and a few other small mini-monitors. Its basically the same as the current CA12RCY although now with a round basket. It can comfortably cover up to around 4kHz+ so I would expect the tweeter as you say, to be crossed over quite high.
  12. I had a pair of the original MMG models, and I really liked them. They have certain limitations due to the design (bass depth, limited vertical dispersion etc) but they do have some special attributes, being dipole the bass is very even and tight with great speed throughout the frequency range. They do however require a decent amplifier, they are not very sensitive but have a pretty easy resistive 4-Ohm load. Even the larger ones despite their size, can easily be hidden by moving against a wall when not in use, making them slightly more WAF friendly..... System by Robert Seymour, on Flickr
  13. Quick question guys, has anyone got an opinion on the Elicit (Mk2) phonostage? I've just bought an Elicit Mk2 with the built in MM stage, although at the moment, I have the P9/Ania combo so would need an SUT. I've a Ray Samuels Nighthawk phonostage which I am really happy with so far, just pondering if the Elicit stays long term, if it would be worth upgrading the built in one to the MC version? I wonder how the following options might compare: Elicit w/MM Stage and an SUT Elicit w/MC stage upgrade Elicit with Fono MC Elicit with Nighthawk Half planning a simple long term system, when my R9 speakers come back from loan with a mate, with a CDP TBC: P9/Ania Some CDP Elicit R9