It is with a heavy heart that I offer this beautiful piece of equipment for sale. The only thing that drives me to do it is a lack of space - this baby is three full size chassis. Make sure you have the real estate!
PLEASE READ THIS AD CAREFULLY> IT WILL ANSWER MOST OF YOUR QUESTIONS.
I am the second owner and the previous owner had Bob Backert of RHB Sound Dezign (www.rhbsound.com) select and install Mundorf M-Cap Supreme silver/oil caps and V-Caps Reference Grade TFTF caps to replace the input and output caps.
After this upgrade, it beat the XP-10 (handily!), and the ARC Ref 5SE AND the Pass XP-20!
The versatility of all the I/O options is not to be taken for granted! You can connect anything to this and it does have a HT Bypass too!
IT comes with the original box, manual, remote, power cord, mono cord and all four inconnect cords.
The unit is in excellent condition. You have to be within 6 inches to notice any imperfections of which there are NONE on any of the faceplates. Only a couple of extremely small marks on the tops from stacking (previous owner). I placed protective material between the units to prevent this.
The shipping box is 75 lbs so you can calculate shipping from 06070.
Local pickup is welcome and preferred.
You can also check my perfect feedback here and on Audio Asylum and USAudiomart under the username blownrx7.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.
This is not a hardship sale and these do not come up for sale often. I have already priced this aggressively and with the upgraded caps, it is a bargain so full-price offers only please.
FOR THE PERSON THAT ASKED (Audiogon prohibits me from contacting you again...)
YES, you can convert the X-0.2 from 110v to 220v by changing
internal connections on the X0.2. Voltage change on a
0.2 is not trivial it is however possible, the transformers (2) have to
be rewired, changing the twin secondaries on each from parallel to
series. You will need to obtain the power supply schematic that is available from Pass Labs and a qualified technician to perform the work.
FROM PASS LABS: On the power supply board there are 4 test points and 4
pots, that call for a +/- 35 volt set point. Better to set these for +/-
33Vdc..... this keeps the X0.2 from dropping off line quite so easily if the AC
mains dip. The regulators in the gain stages are quite capable of
handling a little over voltage from the PS in the control stage.
However your techs will still want to verify voltages of the power supply
before attaching the two gain chassis.