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  1. I find that centre speakers need to fit into weird spaces in front of a screen or a stand or in front/inside a cabinet space, etc. It's my understanding that vented/ported speakers react more with their surroundings (especially behind) than sealed ones do. Sealed enclosures are also meant to sacrifice a bit of low end range for increased speed and accuracy. So with those assumptions I prefer sealed especially for center channel. PS: I'm hardly an expert so please verify with second/other opinions.
  2. Jeez 77. I thought my 65 inch Pana 950z was big.
  3. If I wasn't cash strapped I would take this off you in a heartbeat.
  4. Wired up my home theatre with this stuff. It's fantastic.
  5. I'll take it if it's still available. PM sent.
  6. I was so impatient I ordered from Emotiva days later and they sent it to me Express. I just checked this recently. Really appreciate the offer Roland. Thanks for that.
  7. Not sure how relevant that is but thanks? The PV1D do look very sharp and they are one of the best music subs you can buy. Surprisingly, they do a fantastic job at home theatre too. The rocket scene on Interstellar sounded amazing and rumbled the place. I would say these subs are for those who care about making their place look sharp while getting fantastic bass quality and a good quantity of it too. A crap load more bass than the size suggests. Mine are still set up in case any serious buyer wants a demo. I believe I have a set of manuals somewhere and there's a PDF one readily available online. There's not much involved with setting up. There's a touchpad that's fairly easy to use. One subwoofer would suffice for any setup. It's just that two is better. Definitely a diminishing return. If placed properly one subwoofer would be more than sufficient for most uses.
  8. Item: 2 x B&W PV1D Subwoofers (Black) Location: Glen Waverley, VIC Price: $995 each ($1895 for both) RRP: $2299 each ($4598 both) Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: Setting up in much larger room. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Excellent sub. You won't even know you have a sub. It just sounds like your speakers (small or big) has huge amount of tight strong bass. Every now and then it really surprises you that so much bass can some from something so small! As any serious home theatre person will tell you, having 2 subs is much better than 1 as the bass is more even throughout the room and can reduce nulls and peaks. Still have boxes for both and foam packaging for at least one of them. Review: https://www.whathifi.com/bw/pv1d/review Pictures: Pics are for illustrative purposes only. Serious buyers feel free to ask me for pictures of actual units.
  9. Price dropped to $2395. I already have offers on this so if you're interested let me know soon.
  10. Item: Atlas Quadstar 0.75m XLR Cables (2 pairs available) Sale Pending on both pairs Location: Glen Waverley, VIC Price: $99 (usually $226 from the UK) each pair Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Good very flexible XLR cables. Excellent price too. http://www.analogueseduction.net/category-663/atlas-element-quadstar-xlr-to-xlr-symmetrical-analogue-interconnects.html Pictures:
  11. Yeah, they are great. My other system is running 3 pairs of them. Never sounded better. This was for my second system but it now uses XLR so these are now surplus. PM me for details if interested.
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