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  1. Dont worry . I see you're in Sydney. You cant see that info when using the phone but at home I can.
  2. Have you tried with another amplifier. Have you tried with a different input device ie cd player. Could be something as simple as a poor connection to more serious issue of amp getting out of spec due to component wear. Check the simple things first.
  3. Here are the courses. If you wait sometimes they offer them for 20-25$ each. https://www.udemy.com/courses/search/?src=ukw&q=speaker+design
  4. I enjoy Xsim as well and recommend it for new users for it's simplicity and ease of use. I use winisd for box design first. I've also used bassbox (seems a bit dated now). Use Lspcad and Vituixcad later when your knowledge increases as they are more in depth. All work great as long as measurements and acoustic offsets are measured "properly". For first timers to passive crossover designs I would recommend to buy the speaker design course from "Udemy" (about 3 courses available). It is difficult to know how to do proper measurements when starting out and the Speaker design course g
  5. Yes, but one of those you need much more PPE😄
  6. Lol. I thought that was your speciality Andrew. It's my specialty to do the much harder task of putting the smoke back in.
  7. Further information: This is an excellent NAD3155 which had a service recently with capacitors replaced pots/ switches cleaned and bias adjusted. It is in fantastic condition for it's age and has been well looked after. It sounds brilliant and has both MM and MC inputs for added flexibility. The only inconvenience is that you have to get up to change the volume. 😮 Price is fixed and includes delivery. Do not bother to make low ball offers. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be ap
  8. Further information: Here is a recently serviced (1month ago) PM44se amplifier. Includes phono input. A great entry level amplifier at a great price. Please no lowball offers. Price is "Fixed". Power output: 43 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.015% Damping factor: 100 Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 87dB (MM), 87dB (line) Output: 300mV (line) Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω Dimensions: 420 x 118 x 280mm Weight: 10kg Year: 1
  9. I can have a look at it for you Damo if you'd like. I'm in Jimboomba. Give me a pm if you're interested. Cheers Simon
  10. You could try the upgrade kit from GRResearch. https://www.gr-research.com/store/p56/Klipsch_RP-600M_Upgrade.html
  11. It's interesting I cant see anywhere the Dac is cabled to the Class D modules? Do you use a balanced cable from Dac Output and loop back to the Amp balanced inputs? Also uses SMPS's for each Amp module. The designer has gone for high efficiency here.
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