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  1. Item Klipsch RP-140sa Price Range: Negotiable Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: looking for a pair of RP-140sa Atmos speakers. Must be in excellent condition thanks Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  2. Personally I would purchase something like an Elektra locally over importing an Emotiva. You might pay a bit more, but you are getting a far superior amp in my opinion and I own a gen 3 Emotiva amp.
  3. Item: Panasonic UBD 9000 Price Range: Negotiable Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: must be excellent condition looking for a Panasonic UBD 9000 in excellent condition. cheers Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  4. Glad to see 3D lovers around. I think nothing can best the last generation of LG 4K Oled with passive glasses. It is bright, no cross talk and 3D motions is solid. Not to mention those glasses are cheap, light and everywhere. As much as I can’t stand our 79 inch LG tv (it’s now in the kids lounge room), I love the passive 3D. I reckon it’s way better than active and you don’t get fatigued. I still watch 3D on my Epson projector and on a 78 inch Samsung tv in the family room and still enjoy it but passive is certainly better IMO
  5. I paid under well under $6k a couple of months ago for mine. There are retailers out there who bought stock before the price went up. Under $6k is common.
  6. I wouldn’t think you’d have to pay anywhere near $6600 for an 8500h.
  7. I think your forgot to put the ad up for the Elektra amps!! ? The Marantz will go quickly!!!
  8. I totally agree with the above statement about provider routers being basic. Buying a quality router is a good investment. Mesh systems work well if you have double brick construction or a lot of walls for the signal to get through. We didn’t need a mesh system so I bought a Netgear AX12 and it covers our whole house (about 500m2) without drama. We had a Netgear R7000 before the AX 12 and it was also a very reliable router with strong coverage but the AX 12 is better with a lot of connections and it’s range is better.
  9. Seeing that pricing makes me feel better (although I’ve never felt bad) about my recent purchase of an 8500h! Loving it so far, it’s like the Swiss Army knife of AVR’s. So much flexibility!
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