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  1. You interested in an F3? I sold one here a while ago, took it back for repairs, and ended up buying it back. Up and running - it's a seriously heavy beast though, and it doesn't like to travel ... So ... probably not very helpful to you
  2. Does anyone know if this works with a service such as getflix - which just plays around with the DNS, rather than creating a VPN tunnel?
  3. Further information: I bought this MiniDSP 2x4 while setting up my bi-amped setup. Now that it's locked it, I no longer require it, so moving it along. Very lightly used, still has all the original packaging and serial numbers (once purchased, contact MiniDSP, and they'll transfer the plugin license for you). Photos:
  4. Further information: 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:
  5. Further information: I'm getting rid of my old tv/hifi unit (actual gear is NOT included ), as I've replaced it with a custom unit. The drawers can slide left or right, to make the unit smaller or wider.It's about 40(ish) cm tall, 40cm deep) and dark brown. When I used it, it was about 2.2m wide, but can be made more compact. There's a scratch on the right hand side drawers (second photo) - easily hidden by whatever you put on top of it. It comes in 3 pieces - and can provide more detailed measurements on request. Photos:
  6. Further information: I bought these cables on Drop - but they're too long for my setup, so going to move them along. More info here: https://drop.com/buy/centrance-reserve-series-speaker-cables Photos:
  7. Further information: I had some spare Belden cable, a Clipsal 56P310 plug, and spare IEC plug, so made this power cable. Lightly used, as I've been using it over the past few days. Photos: ELECTRICAL DISCLAIMER This product has not been manufactured by a qualified individual or company, therefore contains electrical circuits that do not necessarily comply with Australian Standards. I understand that as the seller, I may be liable to repercussions in the event of equipment failure. By advertising and selling this product, as th
  8. Further information: I have an asymmetric pair of BlueJeans speaker cables. These are made from Canare 4S11 cable, with spade connections. They are 3ft and 9ft due to an asymmetric layout I had. Photos:
  9. Further information: Purchased as I was adding a pair of subwoofers to my system. Used for all of 5 minutes, as I purchased as active xover. Price is for both (rrp $30 each) - do not want to split. Photos:
  10. Hoping mine arrive soon - and yeah - love the Furutech's, but bloody expensive!
  11. Any of these voltages are lethal of the current crosses your heart. 240V has higher potential, so is more likely to break skin, and access all that conductive goodness beneath. 110V isn't as "strong", so to speak, so your skin offers better resistance against it.
  12. Any luck with these yet? Have some coming too, but who know when they'll arrive. To their credit - these are clearly AU plugs, not Chinese plugs - as the pins are squared off (Chinese tend to be round), and the active and neutral pins have a plastic coating on the base (Chines plugs are bare metal all the way).
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