Nice story, thankyou
Indeed what a story. Excellent stuff.
Interesting story, what were the mods for professional use?
Thanks for posting. Very interesting to hear about the history of these units from the ‘inside’
Balanced audio boards and 2 XLR balanced outputs, Speakon connectors as opposed to banana sockets and output inductors to allow the use of various runs of speaker cable.
Some great history there nps. Thanks for sharing.
@nps Really interesting read - great to see that it survived and is being looked after.
Here’s the original rebuild post
@nps - I take it this is still used. What’s the rest of the system ?
Great story nps, and I fully agree with you re: the Naim / Harbeth synergy. I start each day looking forward to listening time.
That was an interesting read. Thanks for the post.
Really fascinating story. Thanks v much for posting!
Great story, btw now we all know as to why Harbeths are great with Naim amps.
I used to be happy with Dynaudio speakers, but Harbeth with Naim is another level.
Very cool. I expect that was when it went in for it’s voltage change?
No this must be a different one - I took these pictures today at the factory.
Must have a massive bias though
Ah ok, I wonder which one you have. Maybe the prototype!
No I don’t think it is, it has a full proper 250 Pro rear label and a serial number.
Maybe I’ll look into its origin.
Are those heatsunk 317T really unsupported in the Z-axis?
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