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  1. Item: Oregon Scientific ATC9K HD Action Camera Location: Adelaide Price: $60 ($15 Australia wide shipping) - Amazon price seems to suggest RRP $159 USD. Item Condition: Brand new Reason for selling: unwanted gift Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: FEATURES: HD quality recording 720p 30fps/60fps (1280 x 720), 1080p 30fps (1920 x 1080) 3M/5M photo function Different scene modes for photo and video taking One-press record button for user’s convenience Built-in G-sensor (measures acceleration) Laser pointer (indicates direction) Status LED on main body 130° Field of View 1.5” TFT display on main body Minimum 1.5 hours battery life 20M water proof Compatible with Window 7/ Vista/ XP/ Apple Mac Power source: USB connection rechargeable battery for ATC9K Pictures:
  2. Item: Adcom GFA 7805 multichannel power amplifier 300W x 5 Location: Adelaide Price: 1050 Item Condition: Excellent (see info) Reason for selling: surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Great amplifier, plenty of power. Pretty much can drive any speakers it is a big beast though weighing 40kg+ so shipping can be an issue. I do have the original double box that came with the unit. Can take XLR / RCA and never run hot. Also it is the power plug has been upgraded to a VOO DOO audio one (US) but can provide AUS adapter if required. This unit does have a hum in my setup. I am not sure what is causing the hum, possibly due to lots of items being plugged in same circuit. You don't hear it when watching movies. I have original double box for shipping, but due to the overall weight this can be expensive. Review: Reviewer prefer it over the anthem A5 http://www.avrev.com/home-theater-power-amplifiers/multi-channel-amplifiers/adcom-gfa-7805-multi-channel-power-amplifier-3.html Note: This is a 230-240V unit, so it is for Australian power. You do not need 20A circuit, that only applies for 110v units, this has been working fine with 10A circuit without any issues. Specifications: Description: Five-channel solid-state power amplifier. Inputs: 1 line-level (RCA & XLR) per channel, switch-selectable; 12V signal input for remote power control. Binding posts: 1 pair multiway per channel. Continuous power: 300Wx5 into 8 ohms (24.8dBW), 450Wx5 into 4 ohms (23.5dBW); both at Input sensitivity for full output: 1.61V RMS. Voltage gain: 29.67dB. Input impedance: 500k ohms (RCA), 10k ohms (XLR). THD+noise (typical): Frequency response: 10Hz-20kHz, +0/-0.25dB at 1W, 8 ohms. Power bandwidth: 3Hz-130kHz, -3dB.Signal/noise: >112dB, A-weighted. Damping factor: >500. Dimensions: 17" W by 8¾" H by 19¾" D. Weight: 88 lbs.
  3. cyberkank

    SOLD: FS: Bricasti M1 SE DAC

    Sold. Will close
  4. cyberkank

    SOLD: MARANTZ MM7055 5 channel power amp

    Will take this one please. PM sent.
  5. Item: Adcom GFA 7805 multichannel power amplifier 300W x 5 Location: Adelaide Price: 1200 Item Condition: Excellent (see info) Reason for selling: surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Great amplifier, plenty of power. Pretty much can drive any speakers it is a big beast though weighing 40kg+ so shipping can be an issue. I do have the original double box that came with the unit. Can take XLR / RCA and never run hot. Also it is the power plug has been upgraded to a VOO DOO audio one (US). For some reason, this unit does have a hum in my setup. You don't hear it when watching movies. I am not sure what is causing the hum. So priced accordingly. Review: Reviewer prefer it over the anthem A5 http://www.avrev.com/home-theater-power-amplifiers/multi-channel-amplifiers/adcom-gfa-7805-multi-channel-power-amplifier-3.html Note: you do not need 20A circuit, that only applies for 110v units, this has been working fine with 10A circuit without any issues. Specifications: Description: Five-channel solid-state power amplifier. Inputs: 1 line-level (RCA & XLR) per channel, switch-selectable; 12V signal input for remote power control. Binding posts: 1 pair multiway per channel. Continuous power: 300Wx5 into 8 ohms (24.8dBW), 450Wx5 into 4 ohms (23.5dBW); both at Input sensitivity for full output: 1.61V RMS. Voltage gain: 29.67dB. Input impedance: 500k ohms (RCA), 10k ohms (XLR). THD+noise (typical): Frequency response: 10Hz-20kHz, +0/-0.25dB at 1W, 8 ohms. Power bandwidth: 3Hz-130kHz, -3dB.Signal/noise: >112dB, A-weighted. Damping factor: >500. Dimensions: 17" W by 8¾" H by 19¾" D. Weight: 88 lbs. Pictures: Note: not actual unit, but looks the same as the unit is in excellent condition
  6. Item: Audiocontrol Maestro M3 AV Processor + Logitech Ultimate remote Location: Adelaide Price: 1200 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Disclaimer: The unit had an issue with the power supply, but that has been fixed by Audiocontrol authorized repairer in Adelaide. The repair costed me nearly $200, everything is functional now and is covered by the repairer's 3months warranty. AudioControl Maestro M3 Surround Processor (Same as ARCAM FMJ AV888 which priced at RRP $10,000) This is a true high end surround sound processor, as the current Audiocontrol model is RRP $15,000. Comes with the Universal Logitech Harmony Ultimate One Touch Screen Remote which can be customised to control all your AV equipment. The remote itself currently RRP at $300. This unit has the Audiocontrol proprietary technology to allow HDMI to be run via Cat6 cables for greater distances (perfect for projector setup). The AudioControl Maestro M3 is equipped with a large number of features and functions that are designed to maximize your theater experience, we want to draw your attention to a few that deserve extra attention. These will be the features you will want to mention to your friends, family and co-workers to impress them when they ask you about the home theater components you own. Features Audiophile Quality Preamp Outputs Extend Video and Audio Over CAT-5/6 Cabling HDMI Inputs and Outputs Dolby™ Volume High Definition Surround Sound Formats Inputs For Networked Audio and USB Sources Extensive Automation Integration We Want to Hear From You Award-Winning Quality Specifications Inputs Analog Audio Inputs : 7 Stereo Pairs Nominal Audio Input Sensitivity : 500mV-4V Input Impedance : 47 ohms Signal-to-noise : 100dB Multi-channel Analog Audio Input : 1 (8 channels) Digital Audio Inputs : 3 Coax, 4 Optical Video Inputs : 5 Component, 5 Composite, 5 S-Video HDMI Inputs : 5 Outputs Maximum Output level : 6 volts Output Impedance : <50W Signal to Noise : -100 dB Frequency Response : 20Hz to 20kHz HDMI Outputs : 2 assignable Main Audio Outputs : 7 main channels, 3 subwoofers Digital Audio Output : 1 Coax, 1 Optical Main Video Outputs : 1 Component, 3 Composite, 3 S-Video Second Zone Output : Stereo Audio plus Composite & S-Video Third Zone Output : Stereo Audio Control Audio 12 Volt Trigger Outputs : Three – Main, Zone 2, Zone 3 RS-232 Serial Control : 1 – DB-9 IR Receiver Input : Three – Main, Zone 2, Zone 3 (3.5 mm Minijack) IR Emitter Output : One (3.5 mm Minijack) Pictures:
  7. cyberkank

    SOLD: FS: Devialet 400 Expert Dual Mono Blocks

    Not fussed. Saving me from forking out more money. Enjoying it quite extensively especially after room treatment stage 1 has been completed
  8. Will putting this before a power regenerator have benefit? Always a big believer of power treatment. If this have potential benefit, I am interested. Happy to take this offline (via PM).
  9. Do you put the DC blocker before or after the power conditioning? Also what kind of power treatment do you have currently? Passive or active regeneration?
  10. cyberkank

    SOLD: FS: Devialet 400 Expert Dual Mono Blocks

    Actual photos of items uploaded
  11. cyberkank

    SOLD: FS: Devialet 400 Expert Dual Mono Blocks

    Interesting. Those are the 2 potential next step for me. Which one do you prefer?
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