We have some great specials running on Denon, Marantz and Arcam AV Receivers until June 30 or sold out. We arent allowed to publish these prices so use the contact us form or phone us on 02 6247 4844. Or come see us, I convinced the boss to leave the heater on so it's pretty nice in here.
Trade In Deals Galore!
Bowers & Wilkins have a trade in deal on any of their 600, 700 and 800 speaker ranges. Trade in your existing working speakers towards a shiny new pair of speakers and receive a minimum 10% off the RRP. See their full range here.
Arcam are also running a trade in deal. Trade in your current working AVR or Stereo Integrated amplifier towards a new AVR390, AVR550 or AVR850 and save A LOT OF CASH.
Marantz PM7005 Runout Sale
We have an awesome offer on the Japanese made Marantz PM7005. Until sold out these are on sale for $1498, we have 3 black units left at this price. Normally $2030 this represents an amazing saving on an excellent integrated amplifier. Packed with a DAC and Phono stage this is the perfect upgrade for your new system.
New Bowers & Wilkins Formation Series
On Monday, Bowers & Wilkins unveiled the new Formation range. With both the familiar and unfamiliar, this new range is sure to appeal to B&W fans new and old. The range consists of a soundbar, a subwoofer, streaming hub, powered bookshelf speakers, and the 'Wedge', which is a bit like their Zeppelin speaker, with the addition of corners and a fancy face lift.
As of right now we have no official indication of price for Australia, however, the US pricing gives us a general idea (however, don't expect an even USD to AUD conversion)
We're very excited about this range, and hope to get it in the shop soon!
For more information head to bowerswilkins.com/formation
Amazing savings on HEOS Speakers
We are very happy to announce some fantastic savings on HEOS wireless speakers.
HEOS 1 HS2 was $299 - Now $229
HEOS 3 HS2 was $449 - Now $349
HEOS 7 HS2 was $999 - Now $799
Pop in store and see us for a demo see and how you can integrate HEOS throughout your house or give us a call on 02 6247 4844.
We are quickly running out of room in the store and need to free up some space, this means you get some really good prices on some exceptional audio gear. All prices are for our 1 off, Ex-Demo units and does not apply to new stock.
Arcam C49 - Was $6495 Now $3535
Benq TreVolo - Was $399 Now $275
Krell Kid - Was $2500 Now $400
Primare A30.7 - Was $3999 Now $3,455
Sonus Faber Chameleon T - Was $3699 Now $3156
Thorens TD158 - Was $690 Now $600
Sennheiser HD518 Was $199 Now $129
AKG K81DJ Was $109 Now $70
AKG K142 Was $249 Now $160
AKG K712 Was $799 Now $479
AKG K519 Was $149 Now $97
Sennheiser PX360 Was $239 Now $155
AKG K181DJ Was $299 Now $195
AKG K272 Was $369 Now $258
SennheiserHD203 Was $79 Now $49
Aedle VK1 Was $599 Now $299
AKG Q460 Was $219 Now $109
Sennheiser PXC310 Was $499 Now $325
Arcam are running a killer trade in deal on the best AVR's on the market. Trade in your current working AVR or Stereo Integrated amplifier towards a new AVR390, AVR550 or AVR850 and save A LOT OF CASH.
For current availability please call the store on 02 6247 4844 or pop in and see us with your old amplifier.
As part of the firm's 30th birthday celebrations, Chord Electronics has announced a new phono preamp, the Huei.
Compatible with both moving coil and moving magnet cartridges, it has high- and low-gain switching settings on the front panel for convenience. It offers further compatibility thanks to its impedance-matching and switchable rumble filters, as well as both balanced RCA and unbalanced XLR outputs, and RCA inputs.
For the first time in a Chord phono preamp, there's an ultra-low-noise microprocessor for controlling its main features, including a memory function.
Precision-made from aircraft-grade aluminium, it looks a lot like their Qutest DAC - you can see its inner working through the top viewing window, and of course there's the company's trademark illuminated control spheres.
Arcam has announced its new flagship integrated amplifier from its HDA product range, the SA30.
Packed with features, including AirPlay 2 compatibility and state-of-the-art room correction technology Dirac Live, the company’s new amp will be on show at the High End show in Munich this week.
Driven by Class G amplification – 120W per channel into 8ohms and 220W into 4ohms – the SA30 aims to blend low-level detail with power by initially using Class A amplification with a single power supply, before utilising an additional supply to drive larger sections of the waveform.
Inside is a 32-bit supporting ESS Sabre ESS9038 high-end DAC, through which customers will be able to feed a volley of sources both old and new.
Among the SA30’s five analogue inputs is a switchable MM/MC phono stage, catering for turntables of all stripes, while a further four digital connections complete the array.
AirPlay 2 and Chromecast are also catered for, with Roon Endpoint status and MQA support ensuring the SA30 is capable of decoding the highest possible quality digital files. The HDMI ARC function, meanwhile, equips this Arcam amp to function as part of a home cinema set-up as well as in a tradition hi-fi system.
Canadian high-end manufacturer Classé has introduced the third generation of its Delta range. So far it consists of three products - a two channel preamp/digital-to analogue convertor and a choice of stereo or mono power amplifiers.
The Delta PRE is a well equipped unit. It’s not short of digital inputs featuring USB, AES/EBU and a plentiful supply of coax and optical. The analogue side hasn’t been ignored either, with there being enough balanced XLRs and single –ended connections to accommodate the most complex of two-channel systems.
Both power amplifiers have plenty in the way of grunt. The Delta STEREO outputs 250 watts per channel into an eight ohm load and doubles that as impedance halves, while the MONO (don’t forget you’ll need two for stereo) delivers an even more impressive 300 watts, also doubling that output into a four ohm load.
But these amplifiers aren’t just about muscle. Classé has considerable heritage when it comes to designing Class A circuitry and has put that experience into these new amplifiers. The STEREO outputs the first 12.5 watts of power in Class A while the MONO takes this up to 35 watts.
Take a look inside these products and you’ll find generously specified power supplies and plenty of premium components together with carefully laid-out circuits. Both amplifiers weigh in around the 50kg mark, so they’ll need a strong support.
Astell & Kern
The Astell & Kern Kann Cube is capable of twice the power output of the Kann through its balanced connection (12Vrms vs 7Vrms), with a new amplifier design that ensures that higher power capability doesn’t compromise on low distortion levels. Users can select low, mid or high gain modes depending on the headphones connected.
Building on the Kann’s internals and specs elsewhere too, the Kann Cube utilises two 8-channel ESS Sabre ES9038PRO DACs in a dual-mono configuration for superior performance, and features the latest quad-core processor for greater computing capability.
Onboard is 128GB of internal memory (trumping the Kann's 64GB, and expandable by a microSD card), a 7400mAh battery (up from the Kann's 6200mAh) promising nine hours of playback from a single charge, and file support for 32-bit/384kHz PCM and DSD256.
If you're in the market for a Moving Coil cartridge (or are now), Ortofon have got you covered. If you buy a Cadenza Red, Blue, or Bronze we will give you the model up for free!
Two is better than one, get double the oomph oomph for 15% off!
If you're interested in this particular promotion it's best to give us a call, and we can discuss the various options available.
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