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Mikep2212
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Inherited set up

Hi. Iv inherited a set up from a family member recently. It was their pride and joy and they invested massive ammounts of time and effort into it. Im trying to identify what exactly i have as im pretty much useless when it comes to this kind of equipment.  One thing i do know is the equipment is arround 8 yrs old and sounds absolutely stunning !!! If any one can advise me on what i have i would be very gratefull. Here are some pics 

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THE GEAR

The power amplifiers and preamp appear to either be home-built or some kind of prototype.

The black boxes with the red lights on the front may be the powersupplies for the two power amplifiers.

If so, there would be some sort of large cable with a multi-pin connector going to each amplifier for the power connections.

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Yes there is multi pin

Yes there is multi pin connection to each amplifier !! 

What is the best way to get some kind of valuation ?? It also has what i would call crossover boxes aswell for the speakers which are acoustic energys. 

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AMPLIFIERS

I doubt that they have any value on the market.

Only an experienced engineer or technician is going to consider buying home-made gear, and only after looking it over very carefully and listening to it.

It may well be superb gear, but without documentation it is not worth anything to most people.

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