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  1. Yes, understand, importantly in my case I sourced by surround from Amsterdam (after much internet research to ensure I had the exact OE specification. I gave that to the repairer so they could glue the new one on. Agree Tony.
  2. Hi illusion, No, this repair was done in Sydney, near Bankstown Airport.
  3. Great, yet alarming to see all the above warnings on using repairers ... while I understand others may have had some problems, the issue is that there don't seem to be many repairers out there and that do-it-myself repairs usually end in tears & regret. I had my surrounds repaired by Speaker Hospital in December, they were nice to deal with and repaired my speaker in the way they told me they would. While there is a tiny amount of glue showing, it was a neat, effective job and the speaker is back to its punchy best after a long time of not sounding correct due to a perforated s
  4. The loud hum through all speakers may be caused by a ground loop that can come and go. To avoid that make sure all electrical components in your system are connected to the same circuit.
  5. Looks like they provide exactly what I need. Many thanks for your help Jeddie!
  6. Looking for a suggested repairer in Sydney / Sydney North area. I have sourced a new rubber speaker surround for a Dynaudio woofer and need someone to do the gluing and replacement work. Appreciate any suggestions...thanks.
  7. By using a MiniDSP, you can effectively make 2 independent sub outs from any AVR or Pre-Pro. I have done that with a MiniDSP 2X4 HD and REW software. Cost including the measurement microphone is around A$500 from MiniDSP.com or slightly cheaper 2nd hand.
  8. Absolutely fantastic little Dyns that go loud deep and smooth. I have a pair that I love and recommend. Great price, Glwts!
  9. I have the same speakers in mocha colour. By far my favourite speakers and to me better sounding and much better value than the C2s... Glwts.
  10. Yes, should be easy to do. Just connect the external amp to the L, C, R pre-outs. Then set the configuration and assign the speaker outs and preouts in the Amp Assign section. Run test tones to ensure everything works, then rerun the Audyssey setup. I have an older Denon AV_4810 and use the "Free Assign mode" to enable use of external amps for front L & R and to bi-amp my centre speaker, works well. Do you like the X-4500h?
  11. Here is a review from audioholics. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.audioholics.com/av-receiver-reviews/denon-x-series&ved=2ahUKEwjeoNSktI_rAhUMbn0KHWzBBzoQFjAAegQIAhAB&usg=AOvVaw0ZiIvEfkmbkdL1LCHSVd9H
  12. Do you have experience of this Snoopy? In my case I used my Denon overseas for years before returning to Australia. I would be disappointed not to get any paid for support from local importers if required - they should properly support the brand.
  13. I still use a Denon AVR-4810 from Singapore (circa 2010). No issues have required warranty / repair. You may want to enquire about how you can access any future firmware upgrades as they may be region blocked or at least ask the seller to make sure it is on the latest firmware before shipping. As the 6500h has been available for a while you should be fine after that. Units from the UK will be fine (220 -240V) for our power supply.
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