Just add speakers, and you have what people nowadays would call a complete digital system. I’m no professional, but here’s my .02 on these and the absolute truth…
The C47 is a roon ready swiss army knife. If I didn’t live in the city, I’d probably keep it around. Proper box, etc. (sold!)
The MC2205 is amazing, and I’m not sad if this doesn’t sell. I purchased from a small shop (Gold Sound) in Denver a little over a year ago. It’s a 70s, 200WPC stereo amp…stock, meters work. Legit Walnut enclosure from Audio Classics. So green shag! I have instructions and caps, among a few other items in the event that “Old Trusty” fails (I bought a little package off of ebay around the same time for maybe $200…details available). It just keeps on working. Brand new McIntosh box with serial number from McIntosh made for this unit (really nice box…costs like $75). I even have the original manual also purchased from Audio Classics. There is some discoloration on the glass, which is really the blue semitransparent plastic McIntosh uses to get blue meters.
The MCT450. I put this out on AudioMart, but might take it down. It works fine and comes complete. Just got back from the shop, where I was trying to understand an SACD experience some here might recall me speaking openly about. Anyway, picked up the PST to go with my modded DAC which far out weighs my McIntosh investment at this point. I will part with this for less, because it might need more servicing and perhaps a new part, but I’ve never had a CD not work as expected, only SACDs gave me a short pause periodically. The Music Room, where this was purchased a year ago (rated it 9/10 in 2020) serviced the unit in 2021, and I haven’t tried it since it got back. The Music Room is a McIntosh service center and suggested a $500 part to eliminate any shadow of a doubt, but they also said they couldn’t reproduce the experience and that they cleaned the lens. I decided that was good enough, but again already have and love a PST.
These are all with proper McIntosh boxes (again, I had one made by McIntosh for the MC2205…never been used).
PM me serious offers.