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hakka69

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  1. Item: Schiit Magni 3 Location: Bendigo VIC Price: $150pp Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: This unit was a warranty replacement for my original Magni 3 from Addicted 2 Audio, I bought a JDS Atom while I was waiting for this. I've only used this one for about an hour. Includes PSU and original box. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. My other system. On a slippery slope here.
  3. Item: Denon AVR-3808 Location: Bendigo VIC Price: $500 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Includes both remotes, setup mic, power cable, manual, box. It has the feature upgrade pack that includes Audyssey DEQ, DVOL and CEC. Pictures:
  4. Lots of users on AVS are using behringer amps to power them, a lot cheaper than the crowson amp. i don’t think you’ll need 4 actuators for a 3 seater, 2 might be enough, possibly 3 (single actuators are sold on the crowson usa site but not shown on oceanic distribution)
  5. http://crowsontech.com/ One of the best upgrades you can make to a HT system. Can be added onto pretty much any HT system, doesn't need a fancy AVR or software support.
  6. Thanks mate. The sides are 602, there's 2 more at the back. The ones on the ceiling are 601.
  7. Item: miniDSP 2X4 rev B Location: bendigo vic Price: $70 delivered Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: https://www.minidsp.com/products/minidsp-in-a-box/minidsp-2x4 i don’t think there’s any way to transfer ownership of the 2x4 adv plugin, plugins are $10 usd from minidsp site. Pictures:
  8. Item: Denon AVR 4520 Location: Bendigo VIC Price: $850 ono Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Upgraded to Atmos system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Black. Used as a pre/pro. I upgraded a few years back, it's been in the box since then, I forgot I had it. Bought new from Klapp AV, not sure of the date but I'm pretty sure it's out of warranty. Can post at buyers expense. Pictures: It's boxed up at the moment, if anyone want's pics let me know and I'll unpack it and take some snaps.
  9. I have 2 of these, they are awesome subs. Deep HZ Audio currently has them on sale for $3099, I believe they will soon have the S3601, which has an upgraded driver.
  10. They are S2. S1 had a different bass driver and a round dustcap on the kevlar driver.
  11. I have this one: https://www.minidsp.com/products/minidsp-in-a-box/minidsp-2x4 Currently configured as revB (2v input). 2 way advanced plugin installed. Only had it for a few days. $170 delivered.
  12. I picked up a 7702 a few weeks back too, replaced a denon 4520 running 11.1 neo:x. The new upmixers are great, watching world war Z I had to check the cover to see if it was a native Atmos mix. I watched that last night, very impressive audio track. I did struggle with the fact that Jim from The Office was a badass navy seal though. yeah, I hate it when you have to make do with only 5 subs :-)
  13. just saw your pm re the yammy having better video processing, if using both avrs run a hdmi to each and use the denon for audio and yammy for video. The dual surround outputs are not a common feature, later denons dont have them, i cant remember seeing any other avr that has that setup.
  14. To run the second surrounds from the denon: The surround pair that are closest to the primary listening position are connected to the yamaha speaker terminals. The other pair are connected to the main l & r speaker terminals of the denon. The surround preouts of the yamaha are connected to a 2ch analog input on the denon. Set denon to pure direct. Any settings in the yamaha will be applied to both sets of speakers. additional trim adjustments can then be made in the denon. Distance adjustments are a lot more complicated. If the denon speakers are 1m further away than the yamaha pair you would set the CENTER channel distance to 1m. Distances are relative to the furthest speaker, setting the mains to 1m will not add any delay. The yamaha master vol should keep it all balanced, with no need to adjust the denon after the initial setup. The room correction still sees one pair of surrounds and the correction will be compromised. This still isn't as good as running all speakers through the denon, as the denon will allow different trims, distances and i believe it will apply different audyssey curves to each speaker. So unless there is something in the yamaha that you must have, i think the denon is a better option. There's also audyssey vs ypao, i believe audyssey is superior but never tested it myself.
  15. You can use a second avr to control the additional speakers. Each speaker would have its own amp, trim and distance settings. Setup is quite complex though. I'll post more details when i have a decent keyboard in front of me. What was the reason for the change to the yammy?
  16. Do you still have the denon? There is another solution.
  17. The speakers being identical doesn't garuntee idetical performance, the location in the room is a bigger factor. 2 identical speakers in different locations will not measure the same.
  18. The biggest issue with running 2 sets of surround speakers is comb filtering, you'll have the same signal arriving at your ears at different times. This will compromise all the seating positions. I think the best idea would be to use a single pair of surrounds and optimize the setup for the main seating position (your seat), the other row will suffer slightly but *normal people* probably wont notice it.
  19. Yep, but he's not using additional channels, he's duplicating the side surround signal to a second set of speakers.
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