Where is the best online place to buy second-hand Naim equipment? What does PFM stand for?
Try searching the forum.
Maybe use a search engine with searches such as
Many of the sites you wish to find have “optimised” their websites for such searches and are easy to find.
Tom Tom Audio come well recommended
I’m not sure if we’re allowed to mention under forum rules but you could search PFM Naim and see where it takes you.
The other suggestions on where to buy will work.
Why not just clarify that PFM stand for Pink Fish Media?
PFM is an online site for discussion of - principally - old and new hifi equipment and music, as well as classified listings of items for sale or wanted.
I also recommend James Allney and his TomTom Audio site.
Lots of reputable sellers use eBay, possibly including dealers near you who have s/h or ex-dem stuff to move, but the lack of a mark-up means you may get better pricing from private sellers on PFM.
Pretty much all my Naim kit was bought s/h.
Similar here. Last ‘new’ purchase was in 2001 - my NAC102, which has long been sold onwards…
Everything since has been pre-loved, from either Tom Tom or Cymbiosis…
Well, I’m from the U.S., and I certainly didn’t know.
Grow up, this is a forum used by folks from all over the world, you could simply have answered the question.
Thank you, Nick.
Lots of dealers have a “used section” Basically Sound, Signals, Cymbiosis etc.
I’ve not had a bad experience buying second hand but if doing larger transactions buying from a dealer adds a layer of peace of mind and ongoing support.
Sorry guys, especially @Tyendra325 . I’ll delete my post.
Some Forum users might make more use of the Search facility…
Or of Goggle…
But it seems not to be the Modern Way…
Ian that is true but to the uninitiated and someone overseas PFM will be pretty obscure.
TLA’s… Gotta Love Em…! I did learn (from Google) that Pink Fish Media is UK based - but its firmly on the Internet - which knows few boundaries…
As always… this is the Interwbz… Another view will be along very shortly…
Try ‘pfm hifi’. Tis wheely simples.
I’ve good experiences there as well as directly via dealers and other places like eBay
I’ve picked up all my gear on eBay