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  1. Item: Sony CDP-101 cd player Location: Brisbane Price: $100 Item Condition: Good, but skips on playback sometimes Reason for selling: Never going to use it Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Nice condition, but now sometimes skips on playback. Local pickup only, unless you want to arrange a courier (I can box it up). Pictures:
  2. Item: Anfim KS Coffee Grinder Location: Brisbane Price: $225.00 Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: Second coffee machine - used occasionally Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Anfim KS coffee grinder stainless steel with burr grinding wheels made of tempered steel offering long life with excellent performance. Coffee machine not included! Used very occasionally and in good condition.
  3. After the mess I made with my last attempt at soldering I would greatly appreciate learning the correct way to do things....but I may be beyond help.
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  5. It did occur to me that the silver solder might have something to do with it. My soldering iron doesn't have temperature control either!
  6. Item: Atlas Hyper 3.0 speaker cable Location: Brisbane Price: $100 plus postage Item Condition: great used condition Reason for selling: upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: just over 2m, bare wire/unterminated Photos:
  7. Thanks for all the above advice. Soldering is definitely a skill I'd like to acquire, but maybe for a time when I'm not so time-poor.
  8. Bill has very kindly offered to try to fix these for me 👍
  9. I tried making some a few years ago - it was with much thinner gauge cable and the results were passable. I'm not sure if I had so much difficulty because the cables are thicker, shorter, or because I used silver solder. I invested in a solder station which helped, but I still managed to burn myself a couple of times. Over it! If I can't get these fixed then I'll just buy some made-to-order (one pair is pseudo balanced).
  10. Would anyone be able to help me fix a bad situation? I bought an RCA cable with the intention of making two made to measure cables from it - one with RCA and the other with RCA+XLR. It was a total disaster - I got solder on the thread of the XLR plug making it useless (amongst other issues). So, I need someone to solder a pair of RCA plugs on one pair, and a solder pair of XLR plugs on the other. I've also rendered the new XLR and RCA plugs useless. My soldering is utter crap....even after watching several youtube videos. To make things worse the cable is really thick and difficult to work with. Any offers to help out would be greatly appreciated....I will of course pay for postage, parts, labour, etc!
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