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For Sale Luxman 505UXG

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Aug 6, 2006
Faridabad (suburb of Delhi)
For sale is the fabulous Luxman L-505UXG (G stands for Champagne Gold finish special edition only for Japan) which is 3.5 years old imported directly from Japan..It is 100V and I have been using it with a custom made step down transformer from Logicstat, Delhi) with no issues since the last 3.5 years. Has been sitting on my rack since the beginning and therefore I will give it a 9/10 condition only due to it's age as there are no visible scratches...Even the remote is still in it's original plastic cover... Selling as I have upgraded to a Lyngdorf Digital amplifier with Room Correction software....

There are enough articles online about the Luxman and I thoroughly enjoyed using it with my Harbeth Compact 7ES3 and since last year the Tannoy Turnberry GRs..I can go on and on about the amplifier and it's smooth, rich sound but the thing I am going to miss most are the fabulous old school VU meters...

My asking price is Rs. 1.7 lakhs (shipping extra) for the amp with shipping at buyer's risk as it is heavy at 23 kgs.. I do have the original boxes and will pack it like a tank though...Buyers are most welcome to audition it...I have all the original accessories....

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My gosh Panditji I cant stop drooling! Looks fantastic! Hope u find a buyer soon! :)


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Oct 12, 2012
Oh man those Vu Meters. Love it, Need to switch multiple jobs to be able to afford this legend. Hope someone deserving picks it up.

BTW was near Sarai Metro Station in Faridabad a week ago.


Sushant Sharma

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Jul 19, 2016
Himachal Pradesh
Hi Rahul..hope you are doing good. Those Compact 7es3's are serving me well.. My Electrocompaniet Amp is no slouch but that Luxman is fantastic...if it was possible I would snap it up.
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