Simaudio Mooni-7 Stereo Integrated AmplifierusedSimaudio Moon i-7 Stereo Integrated Amplifier i7; Remote (15513)Product: Simaudio Moon i-7 Stereo Integrated Amplifier; i7; RemoteProduct SKU: 15513Serial Number: G439326Voltage: 120VCosmetic Description: 8/10 Excellent condition with minimal visible cosmetic w...3149.00

Simaudio Moon i-7 Stereo Integrated Amplifier i7; Remote (15513) [Expired]

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Product: Simaudio Moon i-7 Stereo Integrated Amplifier; i7; Remote

Product SKU: 15513

Serial Number: G439326

Voltage: 120V

Cosmetic Description: 8/10 Excellent condition with minimal visible cosmetic wear including a slight inward bowing of the rear panel under the left speaker binding posts, a scratch and a couple small nicks on the left side of the front silver faceplate, and a very small nick on the top edge of the back-right silver corner piece. These blemishes are not readily visible and do not detract from the overall wonderful appearance.

What is Included: Amplifier, Remote, Manual, Spike feet, Power cable, Factory packaging

Functional Notes: Operational condition of this item is excellent, fully tested and no issues found.

Age: 9 years

# of Owners: 1

Tobacco Exposure: No

Service History: None

MSRP: $6000

Other Notes: "Not every solid-state amplifier can successfully drive the original Quad ESL electrostatic loudspeaker—especially not wide-bandwidth amps, which are flustered by the crazy dip in the ESL's impedance curve way up high. The Moon qualifies as a wide-bandwidth amp, yet it drove the Quads without complaint. In fact, the i-7 sounded better with the Quads than at least one otherwise lovely tube amplifier I've tried (itself a subject I'll return to in next month's "Listening"). The i-7 let the Quads sing with all the emotion they're known for, and kept their bass panels on a tight leash: The floor toms and electric bass in Lee Feldman's "Give Me My Money," from his brilliant I've Forgotten Everything (CD, Urban Myth UM-114-2), were tight'n'tuneful—much more so than when I listened to the same cut with my Quad II amps doing the honors—and the big bass drum in Michael Tilson Thomas's very nice recording of Mahler's Symphony 3 (SACD, San Francisco Symphony 821936-0003-2) never got out of control, although I suspect it wanted to." - Stereophile

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Reviews:  Stereophile

Shipping: Cost to ship this item within the contiguous United States is a flat rate of $85- including packaging and insurance. For all other locations including Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska, please request a quote prior to purchase. Items with factory packaging will be double boxed. When factory packaging not available re-usable shipping box with custom injected-foam mold will be used. (for all items over 10 lbs). Note that all items valued over $500 will require a signature upon delivery.

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