Workhorse in my computer system works wonderfully but is no longer needed. This version has the second Aux input; there's no internal phono stage (see photo). The remote was unneeded and seems to have disappeared while the unit has been on my desk, but I will include a 1/2 meter pair of Audioquest Topaz x2 hyperlitz interconnects at the asking price. Cosmetics are in line with a "daily driver" of this vintage: some funny-shaped rubber feet from the component stacked on top at some point left marks, and the plastic front fascia has two issues. First, there's a nick on the left top corner, and the top horizontal alignment with the metal case gaps a bit.
In sonic terms, however, it has performed impeccably and without needing repairs of any sort while I have owned it. The headphone amp and main amp both have zero hum or crackle. The transformer is pretty heavy for an amp rated at 33 wpc into 8 ohms, and in typical Linn fashion in this era, power doubles into 4 ohms. It's also possible to decouple the pre and power sides of the house (see jumpers on rear panel), so it's an extremely flexible piece of kit. Buyer pays shipping to continental US; I will split PayPal's 3%. I don't have a factory box but in keeping with my long A-gon history, it will come well-packed, safe and sound.