SkyFi’s System of the Week Contains ‘Tremendous-Uncommon’ Gear

SkyFi’s System of the Week Includes ‘Super-Rare’ Gear

A pair weeks in the past New York Metropolis’s Stereo Alternate expanded its operation to incorporate the used audio gear purchased, reconditioned, and resold beneath the “licensed pre-owned” label by NJ-based SkyFi Audio.

Most of the choices are fantastic classic items, just like the tremendous uncommon Tannoy Crimson audio system mounted in Lancaster Senior cupboards and Luxman CL35 MKIII/68c tube preamp/amp combo. Remarkably, the Luxman combo is working with unique NEC tubes. The system’s supply unit is a contemporary CD participant with a classic look from Luxman.

SkyFi says the system was “curated…over a number of months” from merchandise in its stock with shut consideration paid to aesthetics and efficiency.

SkyFi Audio’s newest arrivals embrace a surprising Garrard 301 turntable with an equally beautiful value of $8,999. The desk encompasses a customized plinth and SME 309 tonearm.

Within the extra inexpensive division, is what SkyFi describes as a “tremendous uncommon” pair of Alon Lotus Elite audio system, restored to “marvelous working and beauty situation” and promoting for $1,299.

Between these two extremes is one other new arrival — the hanging Rogers EHF-100 built-in tube amplifier, a contemporary design with a basic bent. Sky-Fi says it’s in “good working situation” and features a transferable restricted lifetime guarantee. Present asking value is $3,499.

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