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  1. Assuming that's someone here who's started bidding on the item?
  2. I bought this 340R earlier this year from this site, but have since replaced it, as I needed more HDMI. Great sounding unit, but will inform of some caveats: Volume knob is a bit flacky - so use the remove instead Being an older unit, HDMI devices (especially new ones) may, or may not work well Photos:
  3. Further information: Hey all. I bought this player off gumtree, but on arrival, found that the tray only works about half the time. When it works, it's a great player, but have to repeatedly hit the eject button to get the tray to open, so I'm cutting my losses, and want to see if anyone else wants to try it out. Photos:
  4. This seems to good to be true, right? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Klipsch-Klipschorn-speakers-absolutely-mint-with-boxes-bargain-price/303911434935
  5. 😮 Do you get any more over the ultimate vs buying the two sets individually? Just looking at the price, and am having an irrational debate with myself
  6. TBH - I'm looking for something "good enough", with a high WAF - so in ceiling's will be most discrete. Most literature I've seen for the height speakers suggest down firing for the atmos speakers - so feels like the following might be good enough: Down firing in the "middle" of the space, where the couch is (same speraration as the front) Angled in ceiling, pointing to the couch, against the rear wall - also same seperation as the fronts? The Aquatix speakers you showed looked interesting (won't rule something like that out), but they only pivot on 1 axis. Is the goal
  7. Thanks for the response The sliding door is almost has high as the ceiling, so they can't go up there What about angled ceiling speakers at the rear wall, so they're at leat pointing at the listening position? Stand mounting the surrounds will just create an obstacle, both in terms of cabling, and general clutter, and the RHS surround will basically be in the middle of the floor.
  8. Hey all Was hoping to get some advice on converting a current 3.1 setup, to a 5.1, 7.1 or 5.1.2 setup. I've got a rectangular space downstairs, and have allocated a section of it as a "home theater" - which really means TV + 3.1 speakers. It has the following limitations: No rear wall, as there's a sliding door Side walls are not equi-distance There are steel beams, and heating ducts within the ceiling, that may impact ceiling speaker placements (represented by the red lines) Given that, if I want to enjoy surround sound, in ceiling seem to b
  9. Further information: I have a pair of Avel Linberg transformers for sale (30VA, 2x 115V primary, and 2x 9V secondary). Were used in a power supply for a DAC, which has since been decomissioned. Photos:
  10. Further information: Hey all. I bought this player off gumtree, but on arrival, found that the tray only works about half the time. When it works, it's a great player, but have to repeatedly hit the eject button to get the tray to open, so I'm cutting my losses, and want to see if anyone else wants to try it out. Photos:
  11. After seeing this post, I ordered a custom hifi shelf from the same place! Some photos here (which do not do it justice - just crappy phone photos), but it's a beautiful piece, built to specs (30mm bamboo, darkest stain possible), and does a great job in terms of isolation. The TT used to pick up rumble from the subwoofers, but now there's none!
  12. I had it made here: https://www.bamboomcases.com/ I discovered them on this site. I'll take photos tomorrow, when there's better light
  13. Further information: I have a pair of Avel Linberg transformers for sale (30VA, 2x 115V primary, and 2x 9V secondary). Were used in a power supply for a DAC, which has since been decomissioned. Photos:
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