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  1. Damn,what a beaut!! I'm not one to normally comment on amp porn...but wow.... that's a goddamn classy,good looking amp!!
  2. Speakers look absolutely fantastic! The wood stands look made for them! For those after the Omnimic from Muzza, LSK sell the Omnimic V2 at a very good price (cheaper than the US price converted to AUD)
  3. haha. she's actually pretty good with this stuff....more function over form...hence the upgrade to the simpler to use (for her) X4000. Actually looking at adding a third SubMersive to the lounge room (if the stars align) and she's fine with that too lol
  4. Hi Guys Thanks for all the PMs, there are few interstaters interested, if no one local shows interest today it will go to the first in line. Guessing post will be $40-50 (it cost $48.50 from Perth to Brissy when I bought it via Aus Post) Really sad to see this beast go, can't believe how much heavier this unit is compared to the X4000! cheers Jamie
  5. Item: Denon AVR 4311ci Location: Brisbane Price: $300 Item Condition: Very Good - 8.5/10 cosmetically and 10/10 functionally Reason for selling: Upgrade of sorts Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Up for sale is my Denon 4311. I'm the 2nd owner, it arrived to me in absolutely mint condition from @pmunger (John) in late 2017, and it has been absolutely flawless in operation since. Only gets used for 2-3 movies/week , in a well ventilated cabinet with 2 x AC Infinity cooling fans on at all times of use. My PSA speakers are 98dB/1w/1m efficient , so probably putting out 3-5 max at any time.So a fairly easy life. Comes with both remotes, Audyssey mic (XT32) ,power cord and manuals. Literally only selling because I "upgraded" to the Denon AVR-X4000 - and only because my wife can't get used to the menu system on this, and prefers the one on our Denon X-1000, so I got this to make both of our lives easier This is a high quality AVR,made in Japan and pretty heavy at around 19kgs. Pickup is much preferred, but I can post at buyers expense if no local interest (Freight: box dimensions Hx 29cm Wx 56cm Dx 54cm Weight 21kgs) Specs 140 wpc x 9 (full bandwidth) discrete amplification Apple iTunes AirPlay support (Coming Fall 2010) Ethernet connectivity PC streaming Pandora/Flickr access Dolby True HD, DTS-HD Master Audio 9.2 channels with independent subwoofer outputs and other assignable configurations Audyssey MultiEQ XT32 room correction Dolby Volume HDMI 1.4a with full 3D support and Audio Return Channel Blu-Ray compatibility HD radio Discrete power amplification system 7 HDMI inputs 2 parallel HDMI inputs Anchor Bay Technologies VRS HDMI clock control Dimensions: 17-3/32” x 6-47/64” x 16-19/64” https://www.audioholics.com/av-receiver-reviews/denon-avr-4311ci-fl Cheers Jamie Photos: (please excuse my poor photography skills, thumbs in pictures and dusty remotes!)
  6. Hi Sally Please accept my condolences to you and your family on your loss. I can only add to what others have stated, your husband had very good taste in gear That amp is truly incredible! A real work of art IMHO the speaker/equipment platforms are absolute bargains at those prices , as is the aluminium roller/bearing isolators! Any info on the platforms? Regards Jamie
  7. Not sure Monoprice have a distributor in Australia. Never seen one outside the US either, so they may only be 120V? Other than that, they are a definite upgrade over the PB-2000 - as they should be at nearly 2x the cost - and much larger cabinet - and larger driver - and more powerful amp. Above 20Hz 2x PB-2000's would have the same or greater output and the benefit of smoothing out room modes
  8. Damn.. What an absolute bargain, bet this cost a pretty penny to have built!
  9. Glad you liked the PB-1000 so much, I had one for a few years and they are such a solid performer , nearly bulletproof . I was pretty sure that movies were going to be that would separate these 2, so much of the enjoyment from movie soundtracks comes from the bass weight under 30hz
  10. The VBSS subwoofer is another worth considering, you could build 2 under your budget http://www.theloudspeakerkit.com/dayton-audio-pa460-8-18-pro-woofer https://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-diy-speakers-subs/2226642-v-b-s-s-diy-subwoofer-design-thread.html
  11. I only saw the $250 price listed and still thought "f###!...... what a bargain!"
  12. Yes, and considering they are brand new in unopened/sealed boxes , these definitely qualify as bargains!!
  13. Damn! it would be tough to get a better Centre speaker for the money I think. Bargain. GLWTS
  14. Just looking at the Krix specs online (no experience with this particular model) and having previously owned the PB-1000 (and several other SVS subs) I would personally take the PB-1000 hands down if the use is primarily home theatre. The SVS's much larger cabinet will provide a fair bit more efficiency down low , giving much greater output under 30hz,the tuning of the Krix looks to be a fair bit higher too The Pb-1000 lists an anechoic/groundplane freq. response of 19-270 Hz ±3dB with room gain you may get a little under 19Hz The Krix only lists an "in-room " frequency response of 22-200Hz with no +/- given (maybe -12dB??) According to this review, the Krix was 30dB down by 20Hz - and that was in-room https://www.avhub.com.au/product-reviews/sound-image/krix-seismix-3-v60-subwoofer-review-438075 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Krix seismix 3 v6 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The SVS PB-1000 measures much deeper These measurements are taken OUTSIDE (so no boundary reinforcement other than the ground) with room gain and boundary gain you should get flat to at least 20Hz https://referencehometheater.com/review/svs-pb-1000-subwoofer-review/ and from SVS
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