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  1. Thanks for the tip, was a bit worried about that.
  2. Will try that, it's a bit of a PITA with my speakers, they're 80kg each.
  3. Item: Schiit Gungnir Multibit DAC (Gumby) Location: Footscray, Melbourne Price: Price drop $1200. Item Condition: Good, except for a mark on a back corner (see pic) Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Prefer pickup but can post at buyers cost. No box but I will over wrap and pack it for postage. Great sounding DAC, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with it, not sure if I really want to let it go. Darko review below https://darko.audio/2016/01/zesty-and-sweet-the-stunning-schiit-gungnir-multibit-dac/ Pictures:
  4. Item: Audeze EL-8 Titanium Close Back Full Size Planar Headphones Location: Footscray, Melbourne Price: $420 Item Condition: EXCELLENT! Used less than 5 times including once just before writing this ad up. Reason for selling: Just not into headphones. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Can post at buyers cost, I still have the box and shipping carton. Bought from @Spider27 as a brand new, refurbished headphone. Tried it 2 or 3 times and could not get into the headphone thing and it went into the cupboard. Pictures: Sorry about the pics, cannot seem to rotate them.
  5. Item: Schiit Gungnir Delta Sigma DAC Location: Footscray, Melbourne Price: $600 Item Condition: Good, dent on front corner Reason for selling: Thinning the herd Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Will post at buyer's cost. Great sounding dac, it started my Schiit Dac journey. I have moved up the Schiit ladder from this. This Dac saw off a MF M1 Dac, Rega Dac & Klein Dac. Great sound! Pictures:
  6. A bit of an update everyone, I have combined a bit of the advice from a few of you and have got positive results! Firstly, I have moved the left speaker to the right so my speakers are not set up symmetrical to the room. The second thing I have done is increase toe in to get the cross point straight out from the tweeters to cross in front of me. The last thing is I have got the speaker to point down quite substantially by using an extremely thick spike shoe on the back with Bunnings anti vibration squares under that and really thin spike shoes on the front. There is now an acceptable amount of bass at my listening position, but there is still more bass when I stand up haha. Not sure if the treble is more emphasised with the toe in or I have lost a bit of midrange but the sound is also a bit harsher or less warm. Will keep tweaking and see how it goes!
  7. Thanks for the nice compliment @AudioGeek I do not think I am ready for active speakers just yet, I am loving my tube pre and power amp setup ATM. I did hear the Kii3s at the HiFi Show and did not like their sound, I prefer a warmer sound, like the Meridian actives at the show.
  8. Thanks @Snoopy8 and @Red Spade Audio, I was hoping to avoid DSPs and EQs and Subs if possible. I guess I wanted to know if room treatment will help my issue but I guess it will not really help. @WasM, you are the second person to suggest I try aiming the speakers down, I will try this but need to maybe change the front spike shoes as I don't have much to play with on the front spikes after leveling the speakers. Also don't think I can raise it by 300mm, seems like quite a height increase! I did try some extreme toe in suggested by someone and it did help the bass but I also got a splashiness with the top end on some songs that was not there before. Can't win haha.
  9. Thanks for all the suggestions everyone! I will make my way through all of them. I was trying to avoid getting a sub, just sold mine actually haha. It might be the easiest option for me right now though.
  10. Hi peeps, I have recently changed speakers and after a few months of moving them around to try and get the best placement I have discovered something quite frustrating. The bass gets cut off ONLY at my listening position. The moment I stand up from the couch, the bass is all there, sit back down and the bass is gone. I have tried moving the speakers right back against the wall, I have tried moving the speakers reeeeally forward, and it does not help. I know my setup is not ideal but I don't really have to much chance of rearranging the room, peace with SWMBO is much better than bass. I'm thinking I need some sort of room treatment? I have never done any of this before and would appreciate some suggestions as I do not know my bass traps from my reflectors. Some pics of my listening area below.
  11. There have been quite a few people asking for the cost of sending the amp out of Melbourne. I do not have a box for it and it is quite a heavy amp. That being said I am happy to drop it off at a pack and send or similar if the buyer wants to organise and pay for that. Dimensions: 17.25" (431.25mm) W by 7.25" (181.25mm) H by 19" (475mm) D. Shipping weight: 60 lbs (27kg).
  12. I think it would work well as a centre amp, it would be good with speech as a centre. But then again I have no experience with home theatre, my setup is 2 channel only.
  13. It has the Classe sound, great grip and control of the bottom end with an emphasis on the top end. Sorry mate, that's as descriptive as I can get.
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