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  1. Thanks. I was mainly interested in the sub which is excellent. However I did swap out my Spendor A6s for two of the satellites + sub and it all as you say sounded great.
  2. Item: QUAD L-ite 5.1 Speaker System Location: Ipswich, Queensland Price: $600.00 Item Condition: Very good. Reason for selling: Sub is too big for my setup Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Quad’s 5.1-channel system consists of four small satellite speakers, a slightly larger center speaker, and a stout, beefy subwoofer. The satellites and center speaker are voice-matched, bass-reflex designs that use the same high-quality 1-inch dome tweeters and 4-inch woofers. Voice matching ensures tonal consistency throughout the system so sounds panning from speaker to speaker don’t abruptly change character. Weighing in at more than 60 pounds, the sub features a built-in 300-watt amp to drive its 10-inch woofer and a handy remote control that lets you fine-tune the bass without leaving the couch. Besides controls for volume, phase, and crossover (adjustable in 10Hz increments), you can create up to four presets—one for music, one for movies, and so on. No original boxes. Comes with power cord, remote and both manuals. Pictures:
  3. Thanks VA. I think that answered my question (great site). Basically the record changer model I have only deals with 12" 33rpm LPs. Anyting else has to be manual.
  4. I have a HMV turntable which has a Garrard Record Changer (reverse unimech). It's a 6300 model 70. The available manuals (VinylEngine etc) do not describe how this record changer works. Put very simply it differs from the unimech in that the unimech has an overarm which stabilises the record stack. The reverse unimech, by virtue of its different operation does not need an overarm and has a side platform support, off which the records are pulled before being dropped. This all works OK for 33" LPs but I can't see how it is supposed to work for 10" and 7" records. Does anyone have one of these models and know how the record changer works for "10 and 7" discs?
  5. Hi all. Looking for some Quad gear - Quad ll monoblocks. I have the Pre-amp. Currently happy with Quad 99 and Elite system,ProJect 6 Perspex with Dynavector cart, Spendor SA6's, but now looking to "play" with a tube system and older vinyl recordings, mono, 78s etc. (not sure where I'm going to put them, but minor prob.). James
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