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  1. That's basically it. iPower feeds the Ethernet adapter which also feeds power and signal into the CCA. I use powerline networking at home preferring it to Wi-Fi.
  2. Yes the 3.5mm output jack on the Chromecast Audio can output either analogue or digital (optical). Pretty handy thing!
  3. Further information: The Chromecast Audio's sound via wifi is pretty ordinary BUT connect it to an iFi iPowered ethernet adapter and the improvement in sound quality is HUGE. Used for about 6 months in a second system. This is a cheap but very good sounding streaming solution. Shipping is $12. Photos:
  4. I have dropped the price even further. This is the last chance to buy this before it heads off to auction.
  5. The cable from plug to plug is 1.46m long. I've only used them on my PS Audio Sprout which to me drove them well enough.
  6. I've also got the 1009s (in white) and have been seriously impressed by them. When I first got them I thought they wouldn't be a patch on my Isophon Vescovas but they go mighty close. I'm sure these bookshelf versions of the 1009s would sound really good.
  7. There's obvious interest in a pair of these cables. Is there any one interested in 3 of of them? (left, right, centre) Happy to sell at $60 per cable (includes postage).
  8. Further information: Ideal for a 5 channel connection between AV Pre and power amp. Retail per cable is $150. Photos:
  9. Further information: I bought these brand new to make a phono cable but didn't get around to it. The TAC connector https://vaf.com.au/products/the-tac https://www.vandenhul.com/product/d-502-hybrid-halogen-free/ Will post for $10 Photos:
  10. Further information: 2 sets of 4 (blue ones) and 1 set of 4 larger black ones. I used these under my bookshelf speakers and centre speaker but are now no longer needed. Photos:
  11. Further information: I bought these from an hifi shop/speaker isolation specialist in the US some years ago. Photos:
  12. Further information: Not sure if I should be selling this but my current TT uses a Rega arm thus it isn't needed. Photos:
  13. Further information: I bought this about 3 years ago and it hasn't been installed not even once due to it being not suited to the turntable. I finally got a turntable that it fits (Avid Ingenium) but it gets in the way of my Mitchell Engineering Unicover. I don't feel like replacing my cover just to be able to use this. Will ship for $10. Photos:
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