woodys69

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  1. too true https://www.audioholics.com/blu-ray-and-dvd-player-reviews/lexicon-bd-30-blu-ray-oppo-clone/oppo-inside-lexicon-outside-1
  2. How about is other items..... for example: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NAIM-AUIDIO-NAC-32-5-PRE-AMPLIFIER-VOLUME-AND-SOURCE-SELECTION-KNOBS-FREE-POST/293534841459?hash=item44580a3a73:g:fEQAAOSw5ulehzQW
  3. If sale doesn't go through, i'll take it please.
  4. Some designs work with the knurled/plastic shroud, as you tighten the pins of the plugs "spread". have you tried loosening counter clockwise?
  5. Still in production!!!!!! Lincrusta and around £260 a roll........ https://lincrusta.com/wallcoverings/cordage
  6. Very nice:love::love::love::love::love: but price....... to late
  7. This is from the meridianunplugged website, as it say DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!! [h=1]Power Supply Conversions[/h][h=3]From MeridianWiki[/h] Jump to: navigation, search [h=3]Procedures for switching between 110V and 240V[/h]DO AT YOUR OWN RISK NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CORRECTNESS OR VOIDING WARRANTY 568 (and possibly other processors 565, 561?) Thanks to HH Ronen care of M. This is an easy task if you are handy with a soldering iron. Here are the instructions I got from meridian to convert a 568. Just rewire the transformer inputs as follows. 110v Pin 1 linked to Pin 2 Blue wire connected Pin 3 linked to Pin 4 Brown wire connected Pin 5 no connection 240v Pin 1 Blue wire Pin 2 linked to Pin 3 Pin 4 brown wire Pin 5 no connection Change fuse value as per rear panel