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  1. Item: Sonlink DAC Location: Mosman Price: 180 Item Condition: used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: Great little upgrade to Sonos Connect ZP 90 streamers. sits under the Sonos Connect unit and plugs neatly into the RCA Digital out. Pictures:
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    SOLD: FS: Logitech SBT

    Agreed, need many more $$$ to get all that this offers.
  3. Item: Arcam rLink Location:Mosman Price: 180 Item Condition: used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: Great entry level DAC with solid performance. Used with Logitech SBT with noticeable improvement on their internal DAC Pictures:
  4. Item: Van Den Hul Royal Jade 3m pair Location: Mosman Price: 70 posted Item Condition: Reason for selling: surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: Van den Hul Multi strand OFC silver coated speaker cable with banana plugs. Has got good reviews for a mid to lower priced speaker cable. Pictures:
  5. Item: Logitech SBT Location: Mosman Price: 100 posted Item Condition: good,used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend COD Only Extra Info:The Logitech SBT needs no introduction around here. Remote got plasto-dermatitis as usual, batteries leaked and took IR board with it. SBT has a single line of dead pixel on display. Otherwise gloriously streamed music awaits new buyer Pictures:
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    Suggestions for SMALL speakers for bedroom TV?

    Hi Matt, have a look at these https://www.google.com.au/search?q=piega+s3+sat&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en-au&client=safari I have a pair that I have stored away somewhere and they were a very impressive little performer!
  7. Now Sold pending payment Lots of interest, thank you all.
  8. Item: Volumio Vero Location: Mosman 2088 Price: 100 posted Item Condition: used Reason for selling: clearing gadget/projects Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: This Vero is a small 2" cubed computer also known as Cubox i supplied by SolidRun, which normally runs Kodi software using OSMC as the locally developed Linux based OS. It has been successfully used as a Volumio audio player streaming wired/wirelessly from your computer or other networked devices and making use of the SPDIF optical output to feed into your DAC. The Vero represents a more powerful (CuBox i2eX) device than the equivalent Raspberry Pi and HiFi Berry Digi + board. The latter costs more and is less elegant. The SD card has been flashed to the latest Volumio player resulting in an impressive tiny form factor device to deliver DSD or PCM audio streams to my DAC. Anyone looking for an Auralic Aries Mini as a streamer should seriously consider this. Comes with a standard 5VDC wall wart . Of course this can also be reflashed to KODI OS and stream videos. Pictures:
  9. Item: Slice with latest CM3 compute module Black Kodi Media player Location:Mosman NSW Price:150 Payment: COD, PayPal Postage: Yes, flat rate anywhere in Aus, $15.00 postal satchel Other Information: The Slice was one of those Kickstarter projects that delivered a sexed up Raspberry Pi with a compute module and a very attractive machined, anodised aluminium enclosure and most importantly having all the ports on the rear of the unit as opposed to the dog's breakfast that the RPI's are. I bought it originally wanting to install Volumio and other music dedicated servers, but it appears to be better suited to video playback via Kodi. Currently installed is Librelec for Slice running Kodi. It is in as new condition with all originalaccessories and a 500MB 2.5" hard disk which I added to after purchasing. These were originally priced at £189 for original CM2 version 
  10. Item: Beolab 7.4 powered speaker pair Location:Mosman Price: 1200 Item Condition: used Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal+3% or as friendCOD Only Extra Info: The Beolab 7.4 is a powerful centre channel speaker used in one of B&O’s flagship AV sound systems commonly matched with their Beolab 5 speaker( Dalek looking) pair. In fact, the Beolab 7.4 was designed to complement them with a power rating of 350watts, making them more powerful than the Beolab 8000 (Pencil like) speakers. So what happens when you get two Beolab 7.4 speakers, re cloth the somewhat austere cover grills (says he who dares question the design acumen of one David Lewis) and rewire each speaker connector to separate the combined left and right channels into each speaker? VOILÁ!! Each Beolab 7.4 is totally original and unchanged, just the powerlink3 cable has been slightly modified. These can be used with any pre amp with left/right analogue outputs and you will also need a 5VDC trigger which is conveniently terminated as a USB A connector. This set up works brilliantly as a stereo pair with adequate bass from the 5.5” driver, but would be an absolute killer front speaker set in an AV set up where a subwoofer would fill out the bottom end. As far as mid and highs are concerned, the Acoustic Lens Technology tweeters are superb in dispersing sound in all directions, making for an unconventional, but nonetheless real and present soundstage. Would suit Sydney based buyer as grills are delicate and speakers are heavy. Come with wall mounting brackets and specially modified Powerlink 3 cables and 5VDC power supply. How’s the WAF on these then? Yes of course these can be seemlessly integrated into any existing pre 2010 B&O system, but may require a different cable. Pictures:
  11. pdcoo7

    SOLD: FS: RCA VICTOR 45J

    Just to be clear, does the unit require a step down transformer to 110v, 50Hz in order to work here or does it need the motor to be replaced altogether?
  12. Hmm, not my strong suite. Originally set up to run Kodi on an minimal Linux platform OSMC. I’m guessing that Plex, iView SBS on demand are all add ons within Kodi so it should be possible to run these, but, as I haven’t done it, I can’t be sure. Apple TV gen4 does have these apps you can install.
  13. Item: Vero Location: Mosman 2088 Price: 120 posted Item Condition: used Reason for selling: clearing gadget/projects Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: This Vero is a small 2" cubed computer also known as Cubox i supplied by SolidRun, which is designed for running Kodi software using OSMC as the locally developed Linux based OS. Basically this will allow you to stream Full HD 1080P movies using Kodi from your computer or other networked devices. This device claims to be the world's smallest computer and though similar to the Raspberry Pi-2, it is more powerful (CuBox i2eX), and it has a handy SPDIF optical output. With my interest being mainly in audio, I have successfully reflashed the SD card to a Volumio player and have been using the optical output. The wall wart that is supplied is not particularly conducive to great quality sound and improving the power supply will provide you with a great little streamer. Pictures:
  14. Item: Anti IC's Cable RCA 1m Location:Mosman Price: 100 posted Item Condition: used Reason for selling:NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3% or as friend, COD Only Extra Info: This is a great pair interconnects using Anti Cable. It comprises a thin copper inner wire caged within a coiled slightly thicker outer spiral. Originally came with Eichmann bullet RCA's but they needed replacement so now have been terminated with quality silver plated Copper Tellurium Star RCA plugs. Plenty of write-ups on these with qualities such as being free from grain, and very open and natural. Pictures:
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