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  1. Further information: Oppo watch 46mm in black for sale. Purchased from JB HiFi on 10 November for $549. Worn 3 times - then decided smartwatches aren't for me and have gone back to an analogue watch. In absolutely perfect condition and comes in original box with charger and will provide receipt for warranty purposes. Runs Android wear and works with both Android and iOS phones. Detailed specifications can be found here : https://www.oppo.com/au/accessory-oppo-watch-spec/ Photos:
  2. @Jhsg I'd consider these: https://sonicpurity.com.au/isososale/gauder-akustik-vescova-black-edition-5wjry I have their big brothers x2 and I think they will do what you're looking for. Good luck.
  3. If you wire it correctly there should be no difference in polarity. Also...don't assume just because something has AU sockets that it's wired properly in terms of that. My house wasn't and I only figured it out when I plugged in a power conditioner which had a test function built in.
  4. Item: Oppo BDP-103 (any version) Price Range: Market Item Condition: Mint. No cosmetic defects. Good working order. Boxed with all accessories. Extra Info:
  5. Darko made a recent video about the Auralic Altair G1. You might wanna have a look at it.
  6. Welcome to the hobby. It's great! Exciting times ahead for you so, in turn, I'll pitch in with my 2c. Unless this is your entry point into this and you're planning to spend a lot more money later then my advice would be this: - Listen to as many different speakers as you can within your budget. Given the genre of music that you like, unless your room is very small, a bigger speaker would be better than a standmount. Alternatively you could go small mains + sub but from my experience it's better to spend the money on a bigger speaker. I listen to a lot of 80s - you
  7. Sounds like 10 years is a good time frame for your DAC to have served you till now. Before you replace it though have you tried connecting something to the optical input and see if the problem persists?
  8. Naim integrated just advertised in Classifieds here.
  9. Naim NDX2 (brand new at a discount) just been advertised here in the classifieds.
  10. Further information: For Sale a pair of Tannoy Mercury F3 speakers in Apple finish. Very good cosmetic condition and perfect working order. Both grilles intact as can be seen in the pictures. Drivers are pristine on both speakers. Original metal jumpers for terminals and foam plugs for the ports included. Used for the past 2 years as rear speakers in a home theatre setup. NLR as upgraded fronts and old fronts have been moved to the rear. Specification for the entire Mercury F range can be found here: http://pdfstream.manualsonline.com/d/d30cc7e4-80e9-4bec-98c
  11. Most certainly not as that would be against sacd copy protection. Usually you either get pcm at the digital output or this is shut off altogether when playing sacds. It also doesn't support playback of dsd files directly so most likely it converts the sacd data to pcm before going through its internal dac when playing sacds.
  12. There is no current "top-end" AV preamp at around 4k that matches the Classe on sound quality especially for people that want decent 2 channel music performance from their AV system. So...while I agree with you in part it depends what one is after and what your priorities are.
  13. This is the Mk2 version. No need for you to send emails @vunn @Lok & Load You can distinguish them as follows: - Mk 1 DOES NOT have an LCD volume display on the left. Power button is on the left. There is a red light on the right. The volume control is "old-style" knob that turns all the way. There is NO stereo/mono switch on the bottom. 50W / channel - Mk 2 has a digital display for volume on the left and remote control and volume and source. Power switch now on the right. The cover for the transformer at the back is sloped on the sides. Mono/Stereo Switch on the bo
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