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  1. ta mate. shite - I didn't realise they were in this price bracket. they look superb though.
  2. Robert - what do these retail for?
  3. Game of Thrones

    never has there been such an eloquent use of the 'c' word...
  4. Rega RP6 - mod install help

    Overpriced and it sold in 10 minutes.. ahem. I appreciate your 'help'. The photos and instructions from Spider are excellent - and I will use these when I get a chance to install it. Thanks again. C
  5. I feel like I need an excuse to buy this... such a good deal!
  6. Single malt whisky

    have read?! good grief mate. Have a taste first and see what you think. There's some scotch boffin out there laughing about people waiting 40 minutes to have a drink!
  7. Rega RP6 - mod install help

    yeah not gonna happen. but I've always liked optimists. PS this was the last one I sold. Maybe upon reflection, you're not a optimist so much as you are a nutjob?
  8. Rega RP6 - mod install help

    Good luck mate. Yep still in the box.
  9. bargain. glwts, looks mint.
  10. Item: Yamaha NS-125F speakers Location: Melbourne (north burbs) Price: $100 - couldn't get the parts for that! I've hunted around gumtree and ebay and these usually list for about $150-$250. Item Condition: 8/10 Reason for selling: No longer need rear speakers. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought as rear speakers in my 5.1 setup; they actually do surprisingly well on their own and would easily best little docks or most cheap TV speaker bars. Type: 2-Way Bass-Reflex Floor-Standing Speaker System Woofers: Dual 8mm white cone Tweeter: 88mm balanced-dome Frequency Response: 60 Hz-35 kHz Nominal Input Power: 40 W Maximum Input Power: 120 W Sensitivity: 86 dB/2.83 V/1 m Crossover Frequencies: 6 kHz Impedance: 6 ohms Connector Type: 2 x binding post Dimensions (W x H x D): 236 x 1050 x 236mm Weight: 7.2 kg each Pictures:
  11. Huge price drop. Gotta go!
  12. Single malt whisky

    Better in my view but once again palette dependant. Less smoke, more viscous/sweet - possibly not as complex but better mouthfeel inmho. Both great though (I'd spend a fraction more and get the Glendronach 21 but I love sherry bombs).
  13. Single malt whisky

    I would - but that's my palette talking. Not a reflection that the L is inferior.
  14. Single malt whisky

    I restrained myself. My wife had this ghastly notion that 34 bottles of whiskey was 30 bottles too many...
  15. Single malt whisky

    I think the bowmore 12 on that Ebay sale was the pick in my books. Bargain.