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  1. Further information: These lovely speakers were part of a setup to watch TV - not really Home Theatre and due to downsizing they are no longer required. The Equinox are dynamic bookshelf speakers and would also suit a new buyer looking to set up a 2 channel system in a small to medium size room. They present as new - perfect and totally blemish free. As I do not have the boxes, local pickup is preferred. More info including new pricing can be found at: https://www.carltonaudiovisual.com.au/krixequinox.html Photos:
  2. I've got two of these and can attest to their good performance - in fact terrific at this price!
  3. The 2Qute is a previous generation model from Chord and so the ones that come up second hand are a few years old (6-7?). The Qutest is the current model of this Chordette series so those that appear for sale are quite new and have more modern architecture and technology. So whilst the original RRPs may not have been that far apart, there is certainly an age difference and the design has just moved on from there.
  4. Hi Warren, If you are still looking for bookshelf speakers, I have a pair of Krix Equinox for sale on SNA. Please see: Please PM for further information. Thanks.
  5. Thanks for those supportive comments @ArneS. Yes, these are surprisingly good speakers that provide sparkling performance - especially at this price.
  6. This is a fantastic speaker and from personal experience I can highly recommend it. Full of body and detail.
  7. Hi Eugene, @eugechcheng I will be coming down to Vic third week of March if that helps. I could meet you for delivery.
  8. Hey Ant, That is a very generous offer on your part - thank you. I will edit the OP to reflect that. Also the speakers are 119cm tall so not too bulky. Cheers, Andrew
  9. Further information: These Paradigm Millenia 200 are great for either music or home theatre application and with stylish looks, they fit in well in most domestic surroundings. They image particularly well and have great dynamics for a compact floor stander. They are in great condition with no scratches on the chrome finish and the grilles are spotless with no tears. I also have the original spikes for them. I do not have the boxes so pickup only please. (Edit: See post below - one of our generous SNA members Anthony, has offered to transport these to Sydney if there are any s
  10. Further information: This terrific speaker was part of a setup used for watching TV - not really Home Theatre and due to downsizing it is no longer required. The Graphix is a dynamic centre speaker and its performance belies it's compactness. It presents as new - perfect and totally blemish free. As I do not have the box, local pickup is preferred but would consider freight at buyers expense. More info including new pricing can be found at: https://www.selby.com.au/brands/krix/krix-graphix-mk2-center-speaker.html Choose timber finish option. This speaker includes
  11. Further information: These lovely speakers were part of a setup to watch TV - not really Home Theatre and due to downsizing they are no longer required. The Equinox are dynamic bookshelf speakers and would also suit a new buyer looking to set up a 2 channel system in a smallish room. They present as new - perfect and totally blemish free. As I do not have the boxes, local pickup is preferred but would consider freight at buyers expense. (Edit: One of our generous SNA members has offered to transport these to Sydney if there are any such interested buyers. He will be travelling in
  12. I thoroughly agree with this approach. Whilst upgrading your equipment certainly makes a difference, those differences are dwarfed by changes in the room and especially speaker positioning. Get back to basics: bring the speakers out from room boundaries as much as possible - given domestic constraints. Control the points of first reflection and put your listening position in the right place. Only then start upon the upgrade path.
  13. Mark, it would be best for you to post this in the Wanted to Buy section where it's likely to be answered.
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