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  1. 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:
  2. Floorstanders as rears is pretty baller! Awesome.
  3. 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.
  4. Oh, yeah I didn't look closely enough. That does help
  5. arrgg. I'm too slow again! I have been on the look out for a MD player with optical out. Great price!
  6. New Switch Lite. It's lite on features but not price! https://www.kotaku.com.au/2019/07/nintendo-switch-lite-australian-price-full-specs/ No removable controllers, no tv out, only tiny bit thinner (harder to hold?) and only $50 cheaper! You'd really need to want one of the colours to justify it.
  7. Thanks for the update. I'm intrigued at the NADs approach of turning and integrated into a pre-amp and mono power amp. It's a cool idea, but if they forgot to allow subs via RCA, well thats embarrassing.
  8. My wife walks around the house with UE Mega Boom. I think it's super easy to use, just power it on and it's hers to do whatever she wants, and where ever. I have shown her how to use the lounge room set up and the second system which is a poor mans wireless setup (Heos Link with some cheap studio monitors) but not that interested to do it by herself. I guess that keeps things clear for myself and I have done what I can to share the setups. I'd love some wireless KEFs in the kitchen or something, but hard to justify the $ when the loungeroom setup is so close
  9. Actually that might not work. I overlooked the label on the 268, it's a 'line out' not a 'pre out' Maybe use a RCA 'Y' on one of the RCA pre-outs. One to the sub the other to the 268 and use the gain control on the 268 to adjust for any loss in signal from the 'Y' splitter.
  10. hey, not familiar with the new NAD integrated amps and how it works in bridge mode with a power amp (it's cool feature though). So the 368 has RCA line outs, so does the 268. Your sub has stereo line in RCAs. My guess is run Left RCA from the 368 to the Sub L RCA in. Then run R RCA out to 268 RCA in and the 268 line out RCA to the Sub woofer R RCA in. Then set you cross over point on the sub woofer. That way you have the bass from both channels into the sub with a direct connection to the 268. You might get a channel imbalance using a Y RCA splitter between the 368 and 268. Something like this Good luck! This is my guess. Let us know how you go.
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