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  1. More quality products from a quality manufacturer/supplier. Clay’s pre-sale and post sale service is also top shelf👍
  2. I had previously missed you post stating that your AVR is a Marantz 6014. This has Audyssey has MultEQ XT32, which supports two subs. Assuming that you have each sub connected to a sub out, rather than the two running out of sub1 and then through a splitter, each sub will have its own distances and gains. Providing the cal is good, then the distances should be fairly correct. I am not familiar with the MultEQ app which it appears that you are using, as my Marantz predates the app.
  3. Sometimes, a subsequent calibration may get a different result, mainly due to slight differences in mic tip location, background noise etc.. There is a detailed guide on how to get a good calibration result. I don't have the link immediately to hand. If you are able to back-up your current calibration, then you could run a second cal and see if you get the same or a different result. You can then decide which one you prefer.
  4. Does MultiEQ, allow the delay for each sub to be adjusted individually? If so, and if you have REW (Room Equaliser Wizard), then I would try adjusting the timing of the difference between the two subs by small amounts, you may be able to get rid of the small dip, though it may not be audible. If MultiEQ only see's one sub (I am too lazy to go and look it up), and you want to get the best results, look at getting a MiniDSP 2x4/2x4HD and then use REW and a USB mike to set the two subs to work together, at their best. The REW results will allow you to get the best delay between the subs and also set PEQ's to get the best results.
  5. Further information: For those who are not familiar with these, the Doge 9 are class AB monoblock amplifiers with an output of 180 watts. The amplifiers use 2 x 211 tubes, 2 x el34 tubes and 4 12AT7’s per block. These amplifiers are fitted with the following tubes 211B - Copper base Shuguang 211B’s EL34 - PSVane 6CA7-TII 12AT77 – a combination of Mullard 6201’s (V1,2 &3) and CV4024’s (V4) These tubes where researched and selected by the original purchaser. He advised that they where barely run in when he sold the amps to me. My guess is that I would have run them for approx. 800 – 1000 hours. The original tubes are also included. These are big and heavy, they weigh over 40kg each! They are 230V. Please note that these are not the latest PAB model. Replacement price of the latest Doge 9’s are US$3900 per pair. I am the second owner and purchased them in late 2017. The only reason I am selling these, is because last year I managed to pick up an excellent solid state amplifier, that I thought I would never be able to afford to own, second hand. It has taken over a year for me to decide to sell the Doge’s! There are several minor marks on the top of each amplifier, I have tried to photograph the worst of these. A couple of the cap screws that hold the top plate on are also stripped. I have the original boxes. The price is reflective of the very good price that I bought them for (from a fellow SNA member, but not via SNA). If I was to price them in line with how I value their performance, I would have listed them at a much higher price. It has taken an amp the currently sells for closer to $10k, to cause me to sell these. Photos:
  6. Check with jdwest on here, of Sublime Hifi. He was and I assume still is a SOtM dealer.
  7. This centre is now on hold (provisionally sold) while I sort out packing and freight costs. I will update in due course.
  8. I confirm that I am happy to pack these and send them. I have just send a pair of Whatmough FX to a fellow member in Vic. He has commented on my packing in the Trader Feedback. I look forward to hearing from you.
  9. It looks like I have a buyer for this. I will update further, once pickup has taken place.
  10. Further information: Purchased this cable for when I had a powered subwoofer located at the rear of the room, however this sub has since been relocated back to the front of the room. Photos:
  11. Further information: I have owned this excellent centre speaker from new and I can not see any marks on it. It is finished in Bubinga timber veneer, Size 190mm H x 600mm W x 265mm D. Weighs 11kg. 4 ohm, 89dB sensitivity. Note The flash has washed out the grill colour. It is black. I do not have the original box, however I have an old TV carton laying around, which I could use to make up a carton, to enable freight to other locations (at the buyers cost). Photos:
  12. 😁, yep they are big, but not that big!
  13. I agree regarding the price. It is reflective of the very good price that I bought them for (from a fellow SNA member, but not via SNA). If I was to price them in line with how I value their performance, I would have listed them at a much higher price. It has taken an amp the currently sells for closer to $10k, to cause me to sell these.
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