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  1. I agree with Russ, as a past owner of smaller B&W speakers than these you need an enormous wallop of power. If you like Arcam, then an Arcam power amplifier would be a good choice but a Meridian (my favourite of course) or Rotel would be really good matches. (Edit: and musical Fidelity). I think someone also recommended a NZ brand once when I was looming, maybe it was Plinius? But you need something really meaty.
  2. How do you get them 'regassed'? I thought this was a salesperson myth back in 2011?
  3. Yes, still available. I moved an older heavier plasma when I moved house (Fujitsu 720p!) and I just used lots of towels and cardboard. The solid build of the Kuro means it is extremely unlikely to flex (my Pana is very flimsy by comparison, and my OLED like cardboard).
  4. Mine is too (although I would say that). It still holds its own against my newer Panasonic plasma; I would keep it if I had space.
  5. Nope. As pictured, and described by the phrase 'no stand'. Still has the wall mounts on the back of the panel.
  6. I bought this five port HDMI switch last year when I was playing around with different configurations of 4k and 1080p. It's well made and I spent a bit more on it than an entry level because it had very good reviews. Was $55 new. I have connected it twice since buying and still have the box. It's not worth enough to post it, you might as well get a new one, so pickup only. This is the item https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07DPR1VBP Photos:
  7. Extra Info: I bought this from a hifi shop about five years ago. It was my main FTA TV viewing TV and it's been great. But I have bought a new OLED for the hifi room, which means the current 65" plasma will move on to the family room - so time to move this one on to a new home It's been a brilliant panel and I love it lots. It's pretty chunky and of course no packaging. It's been wall mounted so no stand. I was going to sell it earlier in the year but COVID meant we couldn't do a two person move into a car from the house. So it's back up for sale again. Phot
  8. Further information: Selling my HDFury AVRKey. I bought this a year ago from the Australia approved retailer to get my new 4k OLED to work with my very temperamental AVR. This is HDFury's absolutely brilliant device for taking an HDMI input and splitting into two outputs . Most people use it to run a 4k display and extract HDMI audio into a soundbar or receiver - most splitters can’t do this. HDFury has put a huge amount of effort into making sure it works with all current audio and video formats, and their support is really good if you're having hiccups setting it up (though it's
  9. Item: HDFury Vertex 2 Price Range: to be discussed Item Condition: Used Extra Info: I'm looking to replace an AVR-Key that works really well for me, but I need more HDMI inputs. A switch doesn't really behave and its all getting a bit messy. Anyway, if anyone is looking to offload a Vertex2 let me know. They come up on FS occasionally so I thought I'd prompt anyone with one sitting around. In my config, the Integral doesn't work (HDFury advice)
  10. It's not orthodox easter for another month ?
  11. I decided to have a change this year and do the Dunedin Consort one
  12. I've had a Tidal xmas playlist going for five hours.
  13. Extra Info: I bought this from a hifi shop about five years ago. It was my main FTA TV viewing TV and it's been great. But I have bought a new OLED for the hifi room, which means the current 65" plasma will move on to the family room - so time to move this one on to a new home It's been a brilliant panel and I love it lots. It's pretty chunky and of course no packaging. It's been wall mounted so no stand. I was going to sell it earlier in the year but COVID meant we couldn't do a two person move into a car from the house. So it's back up for sale again. Phot
  14. I've got four HGST hard drives for sale. They have been used in a backup array and are all operating fine. Model number is HUS726060als640 Photos: it looks just like a hard drive, but here's one of them... Pick up preferred, but can ship via AusPost - will work out at cost.
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