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  1. Item: B&W HTM62 S1 Center Speaker Location: Perth Price: $150 Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Ideal match for B&W 685, 684 and 683 S1 speakers. Perfect operational condition. Tweeter dust cap was pushed in by a child, cap has been carefully drawn back out, though minor creases are still visible. No audible difference, cosmetic only. Pictures:
  2. Item: B-Tech Atlas BT606 Speaker Stands 60cm height Location: Perth NOR Price: SPF Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Stands have been tight filled with clean sand making them resonance free and very heavy. Can provide carpet floor spikes to thread into feet at buyer's request. Pictures:
  3. From what I can see you're using the digital coax out of the DAC. Can you plug the RCA cable directly into the DAC on the Red/White Line Out? Assuming you have something like this: https://www.jaycar.com.au/converter-aud-anlg-dig-rca-coax-toslink/p/AC1596
  4. Ubiquiti makes predominantly commercial grade products, though they make some of them at consumer price points. I'd highly recommend a Ubiquiti AP AC Lite access point. It works over PoE, but comes with a power injector that can stay where your router is, reducing clutter. I've used one for the last year, usage including HD video streaming and never once had it drop out.
  5. That's no fun.. My most recent bike was a Husqvarna SM510R supermoto. It got written off when a car pulled across my path while I was doing about 80kmh. Bike was written off, I don't have any lasting damage. The irony is that if I was doing the wheelies that that bikes begs me to do, she likely would have seen me and stopped. Looking to get a supernaked, along the lines of the KTM 1290r. Though I loved test riding the MV Agusta Brutale 800 recently, it's not as fast, but it looks better and feels a bit more nimble. These style of bikes attract me more so that the other Japanese supernakeds because they have character. The Japanese bikes are incredibly well engineered machines, and for that reason they're boring unless used on a track (IMHO). The KTM, MV et al scare me a little when their unpredictability comes out which brings more fun with less speed
  6. Great to hear you're happy mate I can definitely relate with Yamaha's ability to make a torquey inline-4 after riding their insane MT-10
  7. Naked bike would be much more comfortable for that trip, couldn't agree more about the 1290 SuperDuke preference. Since that is out of the price range, a Kawasaki Z1000 or SuperDuke 990 are in your price range at around 10 years old. I'd take these over the VTR/VFR any day. Another option would be a Suzuki SV1000 purely for the V-Twin balls like the Duke. Whoops... Just saw that you've already solved this dilemma. How's the Yama go on that commute?
  8. So simply replacing the power injector is the best option? Second to that being to buy an antenna isolator?
  9. Thanks for that. Are you referring to the masthead amplifier itself being the problem or the power injector?
  10. I've also experienced this, albeit with different gear. Zaphod - If the antenna is disconnected and the problem is solved, how do you isolate the leak from the antenna so that it can still be used?
  11. Sold pending pickup/payment
  12. Item: Schiit Bifrost DAC Location: Perth, WA Price: $350 neg. Donation to SNA included Item Condition: Very good condition, some oxidisation visible on RCA terminals but will be contact cleaned prior to sale Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup or Ship as negotiated - Cash or Paypal Extra Info: I am selling my Schiit Bifrost digital to analog converter due to lack of use. It's a great looking and sounding little unit that has not been used to it's full potential while in my possession. The DAC was always kept with the rear power switch in the off position until I planned on listening, so powered hours on the unit are minimal. I have not opened the case, nor has it been upgraded, so I believe it is the 4490 DAC inside. These are well reviewed as shown below: http://www.tonepublications.com/review/the-schiit-bifrost-dac/ https://www.stereophile.com/content/schiit-audio-bifrost-da-processor http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/schiit2/1.html Manufacturer site: http://www.schiit.com/products/bifrost Pictures:
  13. I'm late to the party, but NIL if the sale falls through
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