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  1. Yep it’s the A51, and now it’s putting my P10 into shut down mode, with the P10 showing a short, I unplugged the A51 and powered on the rest of the system and no probs, The Parasound Tech emailed me a pic on what to look for, so I will rip off the top plate and have a look but I suspect there is more going on then just a stuffed channel, So it will be off to JLS for repair...
  2. Cheers to you both, I will give it a shot tomorrow, not just with another channel, but into one of my other amps as well... but I am convinced it’s the A51, What is real bizarre is that I ran the test again today and all 5 channels worked...for about 5 mins and then kaput...out it went, I don’t care what the cost for the repair is...it’s the thought of having to man handle this brute that’s the killer... And I have to give a big shout out to Parasound, I emailed them and within the hour Richard The Owner responded and said he will speak with his
  3. Hi Folks, I have a Parasound Halo A51 and after swapping out cables, both XLRs and speaker I am convinced the output on this channel is stuffed, When I run the speaker verify test on my SSP, all speakers put out a pink noise that is level except this channel which is very faint, How can I test it to be sure, assume I can use I multimeter and if so what setting, As this is heavy beast and I am not getting any younger I don’t want to have to remove it from the rack and send it off for repair unless I have no choice, Any assistance
  4. I have hung many TV’s over the years, and plenty mounting into one stud only...2 coach screws is more than enough however..... In this scenario you must ensure you get the centre of the stud for both coach screws, and you use the correct size drill as the studs are all soft wood these days and you don’t want to split the stud, I always lubricate the threads of each screw with soap and hand drive these with a socket, do not use an impact driver, At each end of the mount where it sits over plaster, use spring toggles at each end to a) keep the bracket flush
  5. Yep that’s what I meant locking into the binding post 🙂
  6. Hi Folks, Just after some good quality locking banana plugs, Any recommendations appreciated, Many Thanks Cheers, Andrew
  7. Thanks Derek will jump on their website 🙂 Cheers
  8. Cheers to you both...I will get onto SilverK
  9. Hi Folks, Just looking for some framed Star Wars prints here in Melbourne, Nothing flash, just random sizes to go into the equipment room, Any suggestions appreciated, Cheers
  10. I built my 1st frame many moons ago using FJ H3 treated pine, it was straight and light and could be easily moved by one person, I did have to sift through the stack to get the straight ones...even these are prone to some warping and twisting These days I am too old and fat to wrestle timber so I just had Rich build mine and ship it to me, Good luck with the build,
  11. Yep Aussie pricing is just crazy...like anything here I purchased mine while still at home and then had it shipped to my hotel, I am fortunate enough to to travel to the US 1-2 times a year...although at the moment who knows when we can travel abroad again...let alone travel 5km beyond my home FFS
  12. I am too fat and lazy to tweak anything these days...when I have the hours on the PJ and Tony is in MEL he can do his stuff on both 🙂
  13. I can wait...Tony do I need to put some hours on my PJ before calibration.
  14. Try curtpalme.com, Thats were I got mine while I was over there a while back... Yeah I think Cogworks are the authorized distributor for Oz units,
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