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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 4:17 pm 
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Mark,

Quick question as you seem to be in the know , are the Mission Cyrus amps easy to find second hand, don't mind how old, just toying with amp and speakers to stream music too.if so what sort of money do they fetch ?

When I was into mountain biking in the early 90's I was also in to my music/stereos ,I was lucky enough to own A mission Cyrus 2 with power amp, Dad 5 cd player a Pink triangle Little pink thing (awesome) and a pair of Tannoy DC 2000 dual concentrics, sadly after 10 years I slowly sold it all off
Anyway thinking of going retro stereo too :D


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theredchili wrote:
legrandefromage wrote:
'bump' type bump.


Mark,

Quick question as you seem to be in the know , are the Mission Cyrus amps easy to find second hand, don't mind how old, just toying with amp and speakers to stream music too.if so what sort of money do they fetch ?

When I was into mountain biking in the early 90's I was also in to my music/stereos ,I was lucky enough to own A mission Cyrus 2 with power amp, Dad 5 cd player a Pink triangle Little pink thing (awesome) and a pair of Tannoy DC 2000 dual concentrics, sadly after 10 years I slowly sold it all off
Anyway thinking of going retro stereo too :D


Plenty about, avoid the really early hardboard versions and expect to pay around £45 - £120 for a Cyrus One or £100 - £300 for a Cyrus Two with PSX power supply. I still have a DAD5 in the loft which I keep meaning to resurrect, those and the later versions can sometimes still be had really cheap.

If you cant find anything I do have a few nice bits still available.


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Thanks , will do , still just toying with the idea at the moment , will pm you when I'm ready to invest :D


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Bit of a bargain:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Cyrus-Straigh ... 500wt_1287


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That looks well modern :lol:

This was the turntable i had, but with a Rega RB200? arm

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/pink-triangle ... 832wt_1219


Think i could re-create my stereo quite cheaply !


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theredchili wrote:
That looks well modern :lol:

This was the turntable i had, but with a Rega RB200? arm

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/pink-triangle ... 832wt_1219


Think i could re-create my stereo quite cheaply !


I have a Rega Planar available for £160 posted.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:41 pm 
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Thinking of letting my Neat Petite IIIs go. Excellent compact standmounts with a lush ribbon tweeter and bi wire posts. Not too hard to drive and work splendidly with my Audio Innovations valve amp: seem to remember that they're rated around 88db. Like these but black:


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http://www.neat.co.uk/p_pages/reviewpetite.php

Fairly scarce now - is £450 about right?


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I am looking for amp to drive some castle isis. Did have a nad 3020 which was really good until it lost both channels.

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I am looking for amp to drive some castle isis. Did have a nad 3020 which was really good until it lost both channels.

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I have a good 3020 for £65 posted?


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Legrandfromage - ygm


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