Redgum Audio RGi60 ENR amp. Amp was purchased through Redgum, based in Australia, in 2013 (converted to 110V and was checked out for meeting specs.) Serial # is 060836. This comes with amp, power cord, power switch key, test report dated June of 2013, all original packaging, and comprehensive manual (NO remote with this unit). Low asking price represents 7/10 condition and a brand that isn't well known.
Used this amp for a very short time with a pair of Magnepan 1.7, and it was a very involving and impressive match. My move to a smaller room broke up that system, and the amp has been boxed since 2014.
If you are looking for a stout amp to drive any load but with a sound signature that would suggest an excellent high power tube amp, this amp can't be beat at its price. I offer a 14 day trial with return privilege (buyer pays round trip shipping with amp arriving in same condition).
The ENR version of this amp is an upgraded "Signature Series" version of the original RGi60. The RGi60ENR offers the transformer, power supply and output stages used in the company's 120 WPC integrated, the powerful RGi120, and has greater than 75WRMS/ch. output power capability.
Power Output: 75 + 75 Watt/Ch RMS (160 + 160 W RMS - transient)
Harmonic Distortion: less than .009% (below Clipping)
Intermodulation Distortion: less than .005% (below Clipping)
Signal to noise: greater than 100dB
Input Impedance: 10K ohms (matches 600 ohms - 50K ohms)
Slew Rate: greater than 65Volt / microsecond
Damping Factor: greater than 150
Frequency Response: 0.8 Hz to 80KHz (-3dB points)
Peak Current: greater than 120 amps
Audio Inputs: CD1, AV1, DVD, CD2, AV2
Suggested Speakers: Magnepans, Triangle, Rega, Altec, Audiostatic, Zu, Tekton
Cabinet Finish: high gloss solid Red Gum wood fascia, black gloss thick steel chassis
Dimensions:420mm (W) x 360mm (D) x 95mm (H)
16.5in (W) x 14.2in (D) x 3.75in (H)
Shipping weight: 10 kg / 22 lb (8.16 kg/18 lb cubic)
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As always, local/regional folks are welcome to drop by and give this a listen.