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Hey ALL,

got a quick question, in Autralia the avalon 737 has a pretty decent price tag on it,(around $4500), was wondering what the street price in the states is, I have a friend from boston coming to Australia soon so, yes, you all know what im thinking!Power supply isnt an issue as i have a good friend who works at one of melbournes top studio's who has done this conversion before.
well, any help will be appreciated!

cheers

Sammyg

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Sir Dingo Sat, 12/20/2003 - 07:52

The Avalon comes standard with switchable voltage. Simply switch to the correct voltage on the back and you're good to go in any country.

Wynn Morro, the guy who owns/manufactures is an Australian .

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Luke Sat, 12/20/2003 - 09:43

I saw one for sale on another forum yesterday for $1525. Don't know if it is cool to mention the other forums name. If you email me I'll let you know where to find it. By the way I like the 737 and don't think the compressor is as bad as I've heard others say. I think it is very useful. Good Luck.
Luke

mike_levitt Sat, 12/20/2003 - 15:49

Sammy,

If your friend is in Boston, have him pick you up a mercenary edition 737 from Mercenary (http://www.mercenary.com), which is in his neighborhood. The ME is the same as the 737-SP, but has plastic knobs instead of metal, and a black face instead of silver. It's about $250 (US) cheaper than the SP.

Mike