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December 29, 2015, 04:24:12 PM
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Schiit lyr 2 & default Zenith tubes. Bought in 01/14/2015, Paid $449.00. Like new. Asking:340USD. Original packaging + added packaging around original will be applied. Bought from Schiit audio. http://schiit.com/

Pair of matched '74 Voskhod Gary Shield 6N23P's, paid $49 in Jan 5, 2015 from rb2013 http://www.head-fi.org/u/363750/rb2013 Asking:10USD  5 hours a day for almost a year. 1825Hrs give or take, Tubes last from 5k to 10k hours.

I am downgrading to a Magni 2 Uber and going for a Moto X pure edition smartphone.

Asking price:380USD. 350USD without USPS. Includes shipping, handling, tracking & insurance. USPS. lower 48 States. Ships right away till post office closes for my town. Buyer pays Paypal fees.

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Pictures, a few are blurry, had the flash off to get pics of lyr2 & Voskhod's on, something with this camera.

Non smoking environment.

Paypal or Bitcoin.

Price Drop 408USD to 390USD. Voskhod's From 28USD to 10USD.
Price Drop 390USD to 380USD. Lyr2 from 350USD to 340USD.


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Frequency Response: 20Hz-20Khz, -0.1db, 2Hz-500KHz, -3dB
Maximum Power, 32 ohms: 6.0W RMS per channel
Maximum Power, 50 ohms: 4.0W RMS per channel
Maximum Power, 300 ohms: 660mW RMS per channel
Maximum Power, 600 ohms: 330mW RMS per channel
THD: < 0.01%, 20Hz-20KHz, at 1V RMS, gain = 8 mode (worst case, stock tubes)
IMD: < 0.01%, CCIF at 1V RMS, gain = 8 mode (worst case, stock tubes)
SNR: > 98db, unweighted, referenced to 1V RMS, in gain = 1 mode
Crosstalk: < -65dB, 20 Hz-20KHz
Output Impedance: 0.7 ohms (high gain), 0.3 ohms (low gain)
Gain: 7 (16.9db) or 1 (0 db), via rear switch
Topology: Dynamically Adaptive Class A/AB, noninverting, hybrid tube/MOSFET, single voltage gain stage, DC-coupled input and output
Protection: standard muting relay for delayed turn-on and fast turn-off
Power Supply:  Two internal power transformers, five internal regulated rails, with over 30,000uf of filter capacitance
Power Consumption: 30W
Size: 9 x 6 x 2.25”
Weight: 6 lbs


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You have good taste in audio gear Smiley I'd be interested but I'd like to pay via btc if possible and have the amp shipped to Canada.

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You have good taste in audio gear Smiley I'd be interested but I'd like to pay via btc if possible and have the amp shipped to Canada.


Ty, very much. I'd love to accept BTC but I have no way to get BTC>Paypal "looking to buy moto x pure from motorola". Otherwise I would. I've shipped to Canada plenty of times and done the ticket forms, I would have no problem with it but I think the costs of shipping, handling, tracking and insurance with this unit will be costly for you. But yea, I am sorry PayPal only for this item and tubes.

Um, I will accept btc if there is a solution to get btc to paypal.

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PM'ed you a postal code you can use to figure out shipping costs. Shipping could make or break it. I can perhaps pull some magic and pay you via paypal.

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PM'ed you a postal code you can use to figure out shipping costs. Shipping could make or break it. I can perhaps pull some magic and pay you via paypal.

I am going to put a hold on my other post in head-fi.org as you're the first to come.
I am going to weigh the amp and take dimensions. I'll get back to you. Hopefully a few minutes.

Do you prefer USPS>Canadian post? Or something like fedex?

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http://www.head-fi.org/t/792681/fs-schiit-lyr-2-default-zenith-tubes-74-voskhod-gary-shield-6n23ps#post_12205913

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PM sent with shipping prices.

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allinvain and I spoke, the cheapest route through usps is 6-10 days! He and I agreed that the 6-10 days is way too long. This was for shipping from Indiana to Canada.

Sale is still available! Remember, highly reputable members only. Opening the sale back up in my other thread @ head-fi.org as well.

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I know you're trying to get paypal, but could you do something like coinbase?
Create an account verify, then sell the bitcoins you get for credit?

It might take a while but could be an alternative. And I only suggest this because many people have BTC here.

I also was looking at shapeshift.io but looks like that method doesn't work.
BTC > XRP > Paypal USD using shapeshift and snapswap

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I know you're trying to get paypal, but could you do something like coinbase?
Create an account verify, then sell the bitcoins you get for credit?

It might take a while but could be an alternative. And I only suggest this because many people have BTC here.

I also was looking at shapeshift.io but looks like that method doesn't work.
BTC > XRP > Paypal USD using shapeshift and snapswap

To much to risk sending BTC through other currency's with fluctuations and fee's from exchanges etc, then more fee's on top of other fee's for using so many services. It's easier just to accept paypal.

Credit, like credit card?

Btw, paypal I think has Buyer Protection. Kinda leaves me in the dark I think too.

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I know you're trying to get paypal, but could you do something like coinbase?
Create an account verify, then sell the bitcoins you get for credit?

It might take a while but could be an alternative. And I only suggest this because many people have BTC here.

I also was looking at shapeshift.io but looks like that method doesn't work.
BTC > XRP > Paypal USD using shapeshift and snapswap

To much to risk sending BTC through other currency's with fluctuations and fee's from exchanges etc, then more fee's on top of other fee's for using so many services. It's easier just to accept paypal.

Credit, like credit card?

Btw, paypal I think has Buyer Protection. Kinda leaves me in the dark I think too.
Coinbase does instant credit transactions in some states. (I was able to find out about purchasing, not selling)Payment Methods
They mostly have bank transfers, it usually take a couple days(5) but works in the end. I have only sold back to coinbase once tho.

As to the fluctuating price, it does change a lot.


But I do have to include this if you were to do my suggestion, Coinbase will close your account and not send you the funds if funds are sent to any sort of bitcoin gambling website. The only benefit of coinbase that I can see is, instead of having PayPal buyer protection, people can choose to use a reputable forum escrow like OgNasty. I have personally used him many times and have had a great experience with him.

I only am posting this as it would be irresponsible of me to give you half of the story.

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I know you're trying to get paypal, but could you do something like coinbase?
Create an account verify, then sell the bitcoins you get for credit?

It might take a while but could be an alternative. And I only suggest this because many people have BTC here.

I also was looking at shapeshift.io but looks like that method doesn't work.
BTC > XRP > Paypal USD using shapeshift and snapswap

To much to risk sending BTC through other currency's with fluctuations and fee's from exchanges etc, then more fee's on top of other fee's for using so many services. It's easier just to accept paypal.

Credit, like credit card?

Btw, paypal I think has Buyer Protection. Kinda leaves me in the dark I think too.
Coinbase does instant credit transactions in some states. (I was able to find out about purchasing, not selling)Payment Methods
They mostly have bank transfers, it usually take a couple days(5) but works in the end. I have only sold back to coinbase once tho.

As to the fluctuating price, it does change a lot.


But I do have to include this if you were to do my suggestion, Coinbase will close your account and not send you the funds if funds are sent to any sort of bitcoin gambling website. The only benefit of coinbase that I can see is, instead of having PayPal buyer protection, people can choose to use a reputable forum escrow like OgNasty. I have personally used him many times and have had a great experience with him.

I only am posting this as it would be irresponsible of me to give you half of the story.

I have no idea what instant credit transactions are. If talking about loading up a CC, I don't have one.
I wonder if Ognasty would escrow Paypal and if it would make it safer? Ionno, I am just trying to come up with ideas I guess.

Man this sucks. I wonder if I can go the route of accepting bitcoin, and then transferring it to amazon? I can buy the phone off amazon too. I think with warranty and everything. Goin nuts.

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I am surprised someone on head-fi forum hasn't bought it already; this is one sweet amp! Smiley


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I am surprised someone on head-fi forum hasn't bought it already; this is one sweet amp! Smiley



I am too, But! xmas & new years just passed and ppl are probably broke. I give it within 2 weeks it should be sold. Give time for who ever to build up pay.
It is. It's flawless. Only thing is which even guitar amps have is ground loop but I use a three to two prong outlet adapter. It cuts off the ground. The adapter will be shipped with the amp.

My thread but someones solution that I used and works.
http://www.head-fi.org/t/751099/solved-new-lyr2-backfeeding-electric-sound-through-headphones#post_11230303

Ima put the specs in the OP.

I use the DT770's 250Ohms, man this amp pounds these headphones. Aux output is great too. The tubes makes everything crystal clear and flawless.

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I know you're trying to get paypal, but could you do something like coinbase?
Create an account verify, then sell the bitcoins you get for credit?

It might take a while but could be an alternative. And I only suggest this because many people have BTC here.

I also was looking at shapeshift.io but looks like that method doesn't work.
BTC > XRP > Paypal USD using shapeshift and snapswap

To much to risk sending BTC through other currency's with fluctuations and fee's from exchanges etc, then more fee's on top of other fee's for using so many services. It's easier just to accept paypal.

Credit, like credit card?

Btw, paypal I think has Buyer Protection. Kinda leaves me in the dark I think too.
Coinbase does instant credit transactions in some states. (I was able to find out about purchasing, not selling)Payment Methods
They mostly have bank transfers, it usually take a couple days(5) but works in the end. I have only sold back to coinbase once tho.

As to the fluctuating price, it does change a lot.


But I do have to include this if you were to do my suggestion, Coinbase will close your account and not send you the funds if funds are sent to any sort of bitcoin gambling website. The only benefit of coinbase that I can see is, instead of having PayPal buyer protection, people can choose to use a reputable forum escrow like OgNasty. I have personally used him many times and have had a great experience with him.

I only am posting this as it would be irresponsible of me to give you half of the story.

I have no idea what instant credit transactions are. If talking about loading up a CC, I don't have one.
I wonder if Ognasty would escrow Paypal and if it would make it safer? Ionno, I am just trying to come up with ideas I guess.

Man this sucks. I wonder if I can go the route of accepting bitcoin, and then transferring it to amazon? I can buy the phone off amazon too. I think with warranty and everything. Goin nuts.
You can do gyft.com they accept bitcoin and you can get a little discount on cards, like 5-10%. And they have amazon if you're interested Cheesy

https://www.gyft.com/

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I know you're trying to get paypal, but could you do something like coinbase?
Create an account verify, then sell the bitcoins you get for credit?

It might take a while but could be an alternative. And I only suggest this because many people have BTC here.

I also was looking at shapeshift.io but looks like that method doesn't work.
BTC > XRP > Paypal USD using shapeshift and snapswap

To much to risk sending BTC through other currency's with fluctuations and fee's from exchanges etc, then more fee's on top of other fee's for using so many services. It's easier just to accept paypal.

Credit, like credit card?

Btw, paypal I think has Buyer Protection. Kinda leaves me in the dark I think too.
Coinbase does instant credit transactions in some states. (I was able to find out about purchasing, not selling)Payment Methods
They mostly have bank transfers, it usually take a couple days(5) but works in the end. I have only sold back to coinbase once tho.

As to the fluctuating price, it does change a lot.


But I do have to include this if you were to do my suggestion, Coinbase will close your account and not send you the funds if funds are sent to any sort of bitcoin gambling website. The only benefit of coinbase that I can see is, instead of having PayPal buyer protection, people can choose to use a reputable forum escrow like OgNasty. I have personally used him many times and have had a great experience with him.

I only am posting this as it would be irresponsible of me to give you half of the story.

I have no idea what instant credit transactions are. If talking about loading up a CC, I don't have one.
I wonder if Ognasty would escrow Paypal and if it would make it safer? Ionno, I am just trying to come up with ideas I guess.

Man this sucks. I wonder if I can go the route of accepting bitcoin, and then transferring it to amazon? I can buy the phone off amazon too. I think with warranty and everything. Goin nuts.
You can do gyft.com they accept bitcoin and you can get a little discount on cards, like 5-10%. And they have amazon if you're interested Cheesy

https://www.gyft.com/

Hell yea! Thanks a bunch. OP updated with Also accepting Bitcoin!

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Price Drop 408USD to 390USD. Voskhod's From 28USD to 10USD.

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Another price drop. Need to get rid of this amp and tubes, great combo and SQ "sound quality" is flawless.

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January 08, 2016, 09:24:16 AM
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My FS thread is back open if anyone is interested.

Escrow is accepted!

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January 08, 2016, 11:48:44 AM
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Got a potential buyer from Head-fi.org, putting this sale on hold for now.

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