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  1. 13 amp extension lead off the roll at Bunnings would be a cheap option.
  2. You could try moving just one speaker back or forward to suit. I have used this in the past to good effect. Usually only 1 or 2 centimetres is all it takes.
  3. Glad I'm not the only one noticing a difference for the better when using just one set of amplifier outputs.
  4. Is there something in the Mac sound settings you have missed. I have no experience with Apple products. I recently upgraded to Windows 10 and my Dragonfly Red sounds a lot better than with Windows 7 but I had to get into sound settings and make a change as per the instructions. Can't remember offhand what that was. I use the USB 3 port.
  5. Avid brought out the Ingenium a few years back and it reviewed well at the time. Then it was turntable only and cost a lot more than the plug and play option today. I haven't listened to any TT's in the Avid range but since the Ingenium is being sold complete with arm and cartridge in Australia for $2,199 I can't see how you could go wrong. Perhaps you could ask for the option of money back if you don't like it. All the best.
  6. Hello I usually just lurk on this forum. I had a pair of Infinity RSMs bought new in the 1980s. They need a lot of power. The NAD 50 watter I had at the time struggled at high volumes and its protection circuit would trip. The manual said ' buy the most powerful amplifier you can afford' and they were right! A few months before I moved the Infinitys on I used a Rotel 980BX power amp 130 watts RMS, from memory it it did ok.
  7. Try a removalist such as Grace Removals. Might be cheaper than you think.
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