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  1. Oh, etone, I thought you meant drivers from Tannoy Eaton speakers, lol.
  2. Super generous, wish I was in Vic
  3. May I ask where you got this originally? and backup if the above falls through
  4. Setiawan

    Free: Gone

    Where is pick up?
  5. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com.au%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F283353160256 Concrete cabinets for Ardens, $500.
  6. Item: 2 x Martini Absorb XHD 100mm black Location: Western Sydney Price: $200 for both or $120 each sheet Item Condition: New, package opened Reason for selling: Surplus to my needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: 2400mm x 1200mm x 100mm. Originally bought 3 packs of 3 sheets, but only used 7 sheets, and now the remaining two are eating the limited space in my parents' garage. Bring appropriate vehicle for transportation. If you buy both sheets, I'll throw in the insulation handsaw which was very effective at cutting the sheets (if I can find it!) Pictures: Will post pictures this evening, but will be kind of unremarkable (since it's still in packaging, also garage is messy) Here they are:
  7. How long does it typically take to rip SACD to ISO using this?
  8. I'll be happy to take it all with donation if still available
  9. So I bought a custom plinth for my Thorens TD145 a while ago, and never got around to installing a dust cover for it. I know that there are some places in Sydney that will fabricate a perspex lid for me, but say I want to install it onto the plinth using hinges – how would I go about doing this? Is there a special hinge store that can help me? Do hinges have adjustable tension? Is there a particular kind of hinge I should be using? So many questions.. If anyone has gone through this experience, let me know
  10. There's a reject/clearance warehouse near my place that stocks a variety of fabrics, one of which I was very drawn to and have been using on my acoustic panels. It has a similar openness/breathability in the weave to hessian, but softer and more interesting in my opinion. If there's anything I could change about it, maybe I'd have preferred something a bit lighter in colour, and a bit more contrast in the contrast stitching. Cost $6 a meter, and is about 2.6m wide if I remember correctly (comes folded on the roll). They didn't have much on the roll left after I left though, which is a bit concerning because I might need more myself! Unfortunately I didn't apply it as straight as I could have.. if you're going for a fabric that would noticeably be affected by waviness, I probably couldn't recommend the "pull on one side then staple, go to opposite side then staple, so on" tactic that so many YouTube videos recommend. I found that it's more consistent if you just do the one side in full, then go to the opposite side.
  11. Great write up, thanks! I have the 12" HPD, I wonder if this'll be applicable when the day comes
  12. Thanks Gradenko. I've made quite a number of cuts to my batts in the past (maybe 16?) using just a hand saw, and it took about 10 minutes each time, not to mention the heap of fluff it produces for each cut: I still have a few fresh batts that I may cut up in the future, so this is good to know. Looks like Bunnings also stocks them for about $35: https://www.bunnings.com.au/bahco-550mm-insulation-hand-saw_p5710254
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