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  1. Item: Kef LS50’s Location: Melbourne Price: $900 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: Upgraded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I’m selling my much loved LS50’s after getting some B&W 805’s. I bought these secondhand around 3 years ago. They were used in my small bedroom setup, so they were never driven too hard. Great condition with some minor cosmetic issues. There is a small mark on the top corner of one, though it is only visible from some angles. (See pics) One is missing a rubber screw cover at the back. And there are some minor scuffs on top, again only visible from some angles, and virtually impossible to photograph. I’ll include a set of Sorbothane hemispheres, though they aren’t the best quality (they work as they should though) Local pickup only, from East Keilor (Melbourne) Photos:
  2. Item: SVS Isolation feet Location: Melbourne (East Keilor) Price: $70 including postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: 4 pack of SVS isolation feet, to suit most SVS subs. Pictures:
  3. Mine are in storage so I can’t measure them. Though from memory they aren’t bi-wirable. I’ll add that I love these speakers and can’t bring myself to sell them. I’ve had many Whatmoughs and these are my favourites.
  4. Keep an eye out for Whatmough 201’s or 202’s. These are both fantastic models, outstanding bang for buck.
  5. I’m a big Whatmough fan and have owned several models. These P21’s were my least favourite by far. Probably the only Whatmough’s I wouldn’t recommend.
  6. A 2K paint job would look pretty spectacular, and shouldn’t affect the value too much.
  7. Interesting thread, as I have noticed and wondered about this too. Music in movies and even tv shows sound way better than just listening to the cd. I don’t think it has anything to do with higher quality formats, I often watch lower quality rips, and still experience the same thing. My 2 theories so far are that the visuals add to the impact of what we perceive, and also that the music is mastered much louder in movies/television. Or maybe a combination of the two.
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