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  1. Item: Denon HEOS Link Series 1: streamer/DAC/Preamp Location: Sydney (inner west) Price: $200 rrp $600 at the time, going rate for the Series 2 is $400 so I think this is a good price. Pick-up best, but can post at buyer expense. Donation to SNA when sold Item Condition: Used but no scratches or marks, see photos Reason for selling: I have been hoping to upgrade my AVR to one that supports HEOS but hasn't happened. Instead of storing it and forgetting about it I think it's best to sell it on to someone who will use it. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I had it in a seldom used second system with some power monitors (RCA out can be set to variable or fixed) and it did a great job and has plenty of inputs, see the spec page https://usa.denon.com/us/heos-link-series1 and online manual http://manuals.denon.com/HEOSLINK/ALL/EN/OKNRSYvnefnfwl.php. There are so many ways to play music on this thing, usb, optical, NAS, PC, mobile's library (not blue tooth by Wi-Fi) AUX in and control it all from your mobile. I have the trigger cable, black ethernet and IR extension cable also. So if you have a Marantz or Denon AVR this is a great way to go multi-room. Note there is a subwoofer output too. Thanks for looking Photos:
  2. it's free to change things around. Can the speakers or seating position be improved/moved into the room? First reflection point? I've done some DIY absorption panels behind the speakers, speaker feet isolation and some marble speaker toppers. Each tweak all really helped bring out the clarity of voices and highs. Most notably the absorption panels and I'm no golden ear. I think the black framing of the TV looks great without having a huge dark feature wall. I tested my idea first with 3 layers of towels first, but the panels totalled $80 in materials and an afternoon. Note the Elac's are gone and running the KEF's now. BTW I have been trying to stick to a 'no new gear year' and focus on content and speanding money on improving my media. 4K can go a long way on some quality source material! Good Luck!
  3. do you guys think this is a legit test? If so it could save you some money.
  4. Thanks for the tips @jeromelang! Yes it’s the older music cast but I’m only wanting do multi-room music not substituting any surround speakers, but great tip for others.
  5. Hey everyone, does anyone have experience with one of these, or similar? https://www.digitalcinema.com.au/niles-spk-1-speaker-level-a-b-switcher.html I have a smaller Russ Sound selector but the terminals are to small and not sure about it's power level handling. On the Niles I like the proper binding posts and the auto sensing so I can hide it away. I tried to find a pic of the insides to get an idea of the quality/power handling of the circuit board. I seen before a behringer speaker switch but can't seem to find one atm. Thanks for any help BTW if this is the wrong area let me know and I'll move it!
  6. I'm looking at this deal, https://eastwoodhifi.com.au/yamaha-rxv3085-av-receiver.htm Thoughts? I like the balanced in and balanced out front front channels. Has eARC and can do 7.2.4 (with extra amp) and all 7 HDMI 2.0 ports. Pretty much all the things I want. I also have a Music Cast speaker that would be nice to able to use in tandem. Is YPAO-RSC any good now days? I'm not sure I'm being seduced by $1000 off as most places have it listed for the sameish price. I have been eye-balling the Marantz SR6013 or DENON AVRX3500H but they are starting to get more expensive. I currently have a Onkyo 656 that is doing a fine job, but I really want pre-outs to simplify music and movie life. Cheers
  7. I’m really enjoying mine. Uni-q is great for imaging. GLWTS
  8. Item: PS4 wireless headset DTSX surround Location: Marrickville NSW Price: $80 ono Item Condition: Used but in great condition Reason for selling: My ears are too big Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Extra Info: Turtle Beach Stealth 500P Wireless headset with all accessories and packaging. DTS:X surround support for PS4 and PS3, note that it requires a console with optical audio output and one free USB port (launch PS4's and PS4 Pro's have this, not the current standard edition PS4 consoles). I have big ears so I didn't use it for long before boxed back up and put in storage. So if you have 'normal' size ears it should be comfy. I have fully tested it and works with no issues. The surround sound is great for hearing people coming up behind or sneaking about in multiplayer. You can also use the with a Mobile phone with supplied cable with full microphone support, but only stereo sound. RRP is still $200 - https://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Beach-Discontinued-Manufacturer-playstation-4/dp/B01JS3F79I/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=turtle beach stealth 500p&qid=1564363504&s=gateway&sr=8-4 Product Details - https://support.turtlebeach.com/hc/en-us/sections/204147568-Stealth-500P Photos:
  9. Floorstanders as rears is pretty baller! Awesome.
  10. Dang! Brought a new one recently. I paired it with the Nagaoka MP110 like all the YouTube videos recommend and I’m very happy with it. A great buy. GLWTS.
  11. Oh, yeah I didn't look closely enough. That does help
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