Creek 5350SE, Special Edition, integrated amplifier with moving magnet phono board and remote control. I replaced the stock fuses with Silver Star fuses. This unit is one that is marked designed and manufactured in London. It is not made in China. This is the one with the glowing Stereophile review: http://www.stereophile.com/integratedamps/327/index.html#TWyo62bt1FCEbJ34.97.
The item is in great shape and was always well cared for. It effortlessly drove my Totem Arros--but I've since upgraded.
I had such a love affair with this integrated that when the input selector switch was causing static and intermittent channel dropout, I spent too much money fixing it. I called Mike Creek and told him that I couldn't find the exact Alps switch and he sold me one from his own stock. I had the new Alps switch installed and new ribbon cables connecting it to the amplifier section. I also had the unit cleaned and tuned. All work was done by Tim Schwartz at Bristol Electronics. I put $160 into the new switch and another $200 into the install and tune up. This is a great unit and I'd rather keep it than give it away so no low ball offers please.
I'm rating the unit at 8/10 due to age. The faceplate has not a scratch on it--it's pristine. The remote control has some wear but works fine. In fact, I thought of including the Creek remote from my Evolution 100A because I like the Creek ARC53 remote that came with the 5350SE way more. The remote is palm sized and simply laid out.
I do not have the original box, but I will pack this thing like plutonium because if someone wants to return it for some reason I want it back! Can you tell I love this thing?
I believe that I have the original owner's manual in my filing cabinet. If I cannot locate it, I will download and include a copy from Creek's website.