presently my system in New York is:
Naim Nait XS (non DR)/Rega Planar 6/Oppo 105/Focal Aria 926. All 110V.
By end of the year I will add, my purchases over the last 4 years 250DR/272/XPSDR, all new in boxes in Ireland for when I move home. All are 220V.
The Rega and Oppo are simply conversions to 220V. Nait more involved but relatively easy.
My question is, can one incorporate my current XS (non DR and 115V) into my upcoming new system or it’s can’t be done, it’s not worth the expense so just sell it here before leaving or do the voltage conversion and keep it for another system?
Sorry for the confusion but by the end end of the year my new system in Ireland will be:
250DR/XPSDR/272/Oppo 105/Rega P6 (220V) presently I run the Oppo and Rega in NY with the XS (non DR and 110V) so should I sell XS here or bring it with me and convert/incorporate it into the new system in Ireland or the XS will add nothing or it’s not worth the expense?
Thank you Richard. That’s all I needed to know. Appreciate it.
Richard one quick question please. Outside the cables that come with new separates could you suggest some decent ones for someone that is not flush with money (New York has got crazy expensive ) or the ones with units are good?
All you need to connect a 272, XPS and 250 are the Burndy that comes with the XPS and the Din to XLR lead that comes with the 250. So the total additional spending required on leads is precisely……. nil! You’ll need speaker cables of course.
So glad I went with Naim
components not just because of their quality but because the people on this forum such as you, Richard and everyone else that has helped over the years and the Naim technical staff at the factory are brilliant too with their time.
Almost went a different path with unnamed American components that I had researched but when I called them about their voltage change feasibility they were rude and dismissive.
Hence I ended up on the Naim path and don’t make stereo components