|CD DVD 96k/24 bit player
||Original List Price: 2750.00 EA|
||B1: 999.00 EA|
Physical: Some light scratches - Excellent Condition
Electrical: Meets or exceeds original specs, all functions operate
Comments:with remote & manual.
Feedback: i just finished hooking up the 2155, 831 and a mx113 to a 603 set of b&ws. The equipment sounds great. I want to thank you once again for your help in setting up my systems. thanks again. J.M., N.Y.|
Thiel CS3.6, MC352, C2200, MVP831, VPI Scout. Let me tell you the Thiels sound unbelievable with the 352, I kept reading that the 3.6's need huge amounts of power and current... they take every bit of the power that the 352 delivers while sounding effortless... I sit only 5 feet away from them with the meters approaching 350! I could never feed my KEF Reference 3-2's even half this amount. And the Thiel customer service is second to none. Anyway, thought you would be interested in how well these speakers do with McIntosh components. Now all I have to do is buy another MC352 to run bridged mono! Thanks, B.F., OH|
I just wanted to thank you again for spending most of your Saturday with me while I debated my choices and listened to music - it was definitely worth the trip! As you can imagine, I've already set up my new Martin Logans ( Mosaic ) and can already tell that they're going to work extremely well in my little NYC apartment with my MA6500 & new MVP831... not to mention all of my music. I don't know what the %$#* I was thinking when I feared that the MLs wouldn't "handle" my rock or exhibit much bass, because as my neighbors have already figured out, they certainly do. Unlike all my other prior speakers (Infinity Kappa, Monitor Audio Silver, B&W601) the MLs don't seem to have a limited 'sweet spot'. I was already prepared for ML's amazing image / soundstage, but when we were listening to them in your store, I was also amazed because it didn't seem to matter where we sat/stood - the MLs sounded amazing anywhere in the listening room! I know I originally made the trip for a McIntosh CD player, but the speakers were the real treat for the day. Thanks again for your help; I hope to make another trip sometime soon... like when my bank account gets replenished or the 851s come down a bit. B.M., N.Y.|
I just purchased a Mac MVP831...
When the unit arrived, it did not work
properly. Naturally, I got a little
nervous about getting the run
around, but Frank Gow has been
great to work with. He is very
responsive and truly interested in
making your customers happy.
You guys have a solid
reccomendation from me. Thanks
again. B.C., IL|
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