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  1. Poo bum just bought this too! Haven't played the vinyl yet but the download sounds cool in a "takes a few plays to really grow on you" kind of way.
  2. There's a M&K V75 on ebay right now in QLD....
  3. I think (though I could be wrong) that the speaker level inputs on the sub will reduce the signal to a line level, erm, level and then feed it through the internal amp, this negating any benefit of the probably superior Bryston. You're selling the Krix? Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  4. Gday Dave and welcome! What speakers are you using? My thoughts would be to perhaps, if possible, biamp your front speakers with the Bryston and leave the sub self powered. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  5. Keep an eye out for a M&K V75 or V125. A very clean used one will fit well within the budget and do a great job. I used to use 2 of them. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  6. At the risk of the most heinous of human faults- shameless self promotion, these may very well form the basis of some great sound for you. Far more punchy than their looks suggest!!
  7. Me me me!!!! Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  8. So Garrott Bros have told me they can sort the twisted cantilever situation for $60. I may even talk to them about retipping the original with a Shibata or Parrot-race. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  9. Sold.
  10. Thanks Greg, I'm sure I have some here but can't seem to locate it right now and not confident it's as high a viscosity as that. As mentioned, it's no fault of the seller, plus Im not 100% sure I didn't somehow cause this myself through unrealised clumsiness.
  11. Was new and sealed. No fault of the seller at all. I'll get in touch with Garrotts and Expert Stylus as well to see what they reckon.
  12. Thanks for this- I'm reasonably handy, but this sort of diy terrifies me.... Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  13. I think I may have an answer as to why things just weren't right. The only thing I can think of is its a manufacturing defect as it was sealed when I received it and Ive been extra careful. On the off chance I may have done this myself, does anyone know what sort of force miggt result in a "twist" like this? I wonder if it's repairable? Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  14. Will do. Not sure about the goop. I have some but it may be the wrong grade. Old mate @Hensa may be able to help with the type needed. It certainly won't be much anyway. Just printed one off- the x-axis measures bang on at the 100mm and 200mm points, but the y-axis measures about 0.3mm over at the 180mm and 200mm points (ie at each point the actual measurement is 180.3mm and 200.3mm respectively). At the print stage there is the option to correct each axis, but the default setting is 1.0. Do I need to alter that proportionally (ie will making that setting 1.1, for example, give a 10% increase in size? Or is it linear- add or subtract the 0.3mm to make it 0.97 instead of 1?) I think the Feickert is the best way to begin....