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Everything posted by Darren69

  1. @Sunnybridge yes it was a great cable, have enjoyed having it here. Now sold all thanks for your interest.
  2. Had a few queries re- splitting the splitters (chortle). Just buy some new ones yer bloody Scotsmen- https://www.audiotrends.com.au/cables-accessories/analogue-cables/splitters-adaptors/audioquest-f-22.html
  3. Item: Oyaide DB-510 BNC digital cable Location: Waterview Heights Price: $150 inc postage to anywhere in Oz Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Beautiful smooth digital IC, all 75 ohm from end to end, wont worry me too much if this one goes back into the drawer TBH. 85% of the Clearer Audio Optimus IC @ a fraction of the cost. Photos:
  4. Utterly beautiful end game low frequency management right here. I love my S3 S/HO and turning them wireless for me was also an excellent move, positioning wise, these must be amazing. GLWTS Pete, hope all is good for you and yours.
  5. Item: 2 x Canare LS-77V RCA cables @ 4m long & RCA splitters by Audioquest Location: Waterview Heights Price: $120 delivered anywhere in Oz Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Used these between my DSPeaker Anti Mode and the twin REL subs, worked a treat, have gone wireless. Around $200 delivered from Cable Solutions, not inc Audioquest splitters. https://www.cs1.net/products/canare/LV-77S_digital_audio.htm Photos:
  6. Hullo mate, hope you have been well. It accepts only one of either. It has one internal drive only, currently the HDD. Backups are scheduled to either USB storage attached to the unit or through your LAN to a NAS (what I did). I have never heard the HDDs working (NAS or Naim). After TOOL Thursday night, I may never hear anything again. Awesome eh? 😁
  7. Hey Mantra, yes it’s another language for a while. Persist and ask questions and you will get there. I have decided my Ayon Stratos dac is designed well enough to handle the 0s and 1s as they come through a standard good quality USB cable. Vinyl is another universe that has it’s own issues, I couldn’t live there but it’s cool that others do.
  8. Yeah that thing would certainly light your way to the loo each night if that array of lights was left on 😁. Sorry, I have only read the same comment about disabling the lights in a review somewhere.
  9. Item: Chord Shawline XLR IC's 1m long Location: Waterview Heights, NE NSW Price: $250 delivered anywhere in Oz (50% RRP) Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: https://www.chord.co.uk/product/shawline-xlr/ https://www.westcoasthifi.com.au/product/chord-shawline-xlr-xlr-interconnect/ Photos:
  10. Item: As per title Location: Waterview Heights Price: $600 (50% RRP) Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: https://www.cleareraudio.com/products/silver-line-optimus-75-digital-interconnect https://www.whathifi.com/clearer-audio/silverline-optimus/review https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/audiobacon.net/2018/08/11/the-audiophiles-short-list-the-best-digital-coaxial-cables/7/ Photos:
  11. Item: Naim Uniti Core Location: Waterview Heights, NE NSW Price: $1900 inc postage to anywhere in Oz Item Condition: Presents as new, comes with all original bits in original box. Marks in the pics are dust particles. Reason for selling: Finished ripping! Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Item is 50% RRP- https://www.audiotrends.com.au/naim-audio-uniti-core.html Comes with WD Red 4TB HDD with an available capacity of 2.63TB remaining. This unit has worked faultlessly for me, ripping my whole collection with ease and labelling most. And members here will know how much I struggle with new tech. Would recommend I-Pad for downloading Naim app for control, relabelling if required etc. Built like a tank, pet and smoke free home, I cant speak highly enough of this excellent device, working as a con troll centre for your ripped music as well as adding to it by ripping CD's or importing digital files from a USB and backing up when programmed. More info here- https://www.naimaudio.com/product/uniti-core Photos:
  12. Sorted it out, worked out what to put between the ROON Nucleus and Ayon Stratos, it's called a Belkin Pro High Speed USB cable...$27.00 Aus.
  13. Sorry all, should have searched, will check the other Mutec threads
  14. See the price of the Jorma Trinity's? Am not game to even read it again...
  15. The original Lenehan cables are miles away from the current range, no doubt worth a listen but they wont give anyone an idea or taste of what the current versions can do. Very different cables and the new version leaves the old version for dead. As I said, Mike can loan them out, he doesn't expect everyone to buy after having a listen. I think I stated here some years back that I preferred Townshend over Lenehan cables and that was in relation to the original Lenehans. I ran a full Townshend loom for a few years after I sold the original Lenehans and was quite happy too. I seem to remember that Goertz entered that conversation as well, with someone suggesting Townshend were copying the Goertz design.
  16. Mwelll, I thought there was a Mutec fan base here...bump...
  17. Have tried Goertz and Townshend SC's and IC's. Best to worst- Foilfelx-Townshend- Goertz. 'Worst' is a bad word to use, the Goertz are still very nice but not in the Foilflex league. Would rather Townshend over Goertz, customer service wise Townshend only take 6 months to get back to you whilst Goertz don't respond at all Tangent- Mikes Foilflex SC's beat my Nordost Valhalla, Valhalla displayed sibilance on certain tracks, no such thing with Mikes cables. Valhallas got sold. All are better than lamp wire
  18. Hey mate, all good, I streamed music for a while some years back, ROON & Tidal to a Meridian 808.3 CDP end point, was very nice but again, unfair to compare the little N100 to that setup. The N100 to me is a good bang for the buck device that can help you be exposed to new music with just a Deezer acc (or whatever else Bluesound support), for me it is a budget way of achieving that without trolling through YouTube videos etc. So no, it isn't a 'step up' from anything, more a cheap way to get into the Bluesound products, I believe the later version of Node are much nicer in sound if you like the Bluesound product. You should pick one up these days for $150 to $200. The dac in the N100 is adequate, nothing amazing.
  19. Ah ok. I don’t use the dac in the N100. I use the optical digital cable option out of the N100 hooked up to the Ayon optical digital- in. The dac in the N100 isn’t great but that’s compared to the 10k Ayon Stratos so, hardly fair 😁 Does that help?
  20. You know as well as I do that it all starts with a listen 😁
  21. Hullo TD, improve the sound quality of what my friend?
  22. Touch base with Mike, he might send you a demo set.
  23. Sorry if already covered, not here much these days Best cables I have heard, end game for me and Mike has finally sorted a decent website- https://foilflexcables.com/
  24. ROON Nucleus on the way, lifetime sub to ROON and a Tidal yearly sub. What a journey from 2013 eh? I only keep CD's now for my 2009 Toyota Aurion... Nearly gave them all away to my bro and sis but remembered I need them for the car. My brother replied...he giveth, and he taketh away... hahaa!!
  25. I have a ROON Nucleus on the way. Am thinking I would like something between the Nucleus and the Ayon Stratos dac to treat any potential noise. Was thinking of a Curious cable but the more I thought about this, the more I thought standard USB cable to something like the Mutec and keep my beloved Clearer Audio Silverline Optimus BNC to BNC in play. The premise of this is that the BNC connection on the Stratos dac might be better than USB... Another approach might be the PS Audio Lanrover setup and keep USB. Has anyone had experience with any of the above? Play nice now...
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