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  1. Thanks everyone for the interest. Spider27 was first on the PM. Sorry to those who have missed out.
  2. Thanks everyone for the interest. Spider27 was first on the PM. Sorry to those who have missed out.
  3. AKAI AT-A1 AM/FM Stereo Tuner Harman/Kardon TU930 AM/FM Stereo Tuner Pioneer DV-344 DVD Player Denon DCD-335 CD Player All are in excellent condition and fully functional.
  4. Scandinavian Research Loudspeakers. Front ported. Made in Australia (despite the name). I’ve been advised that this was the “house brand” of Miranda Hi Fi many years ago. Minimum Power: 50W RMS. Maximum Power: 150W RMS. Weight: 14.5kg each. 700 high x 315 wide x 290 deep. 10” Polypropylene Woofers. 4” Tweeters. They both work perfectly but the veneers are peeling on both (one side each only) and the dust covers are a bit grotty.
  5. Yes, it is the lowest frequency (and only) woofer in the system. Your advice to leave it vented is duly noted. Thanks for your advice.
  6. Thanks for that. If I want to reuse the existing crossovers what minimum volume of sealed enclosure would you hazard a guess at (your guess will be better than mine I'm sure)? I'm expecting suitable performance only, as I know optimal performance would require accurate specifications of the driver, or a bit of testing of the driver in different volume sealed enclosures.
  7. Hi there. I have some old speakers I'm thinking of pulling the components out of and rehousing in new enclosures. The 10" Polypropylene Woofers currently inhabit a ported enclosure of around 38 litres. They are unbranded, but I suspect that they may be be these: https://www.wagneronline.com.au/daichi-10-polypropylene-woofer-120w/speaker-drivers/audio-speakers-pa/3106/fl/ Fo: 45 Hz Fs: 45 Hz Qes: 0.57 Qts: 0.52 Qms: 6.65 VAS: 73 litres Would these specifications suit the 38 litre ported enclosure that they're in? If not then I'll
  8. Wow, thanks mbz. I wasn’t expecting an answer with such technical detail. Many thanks.
  9. I have a lovely vintage Yamaha CR-800 Receiver, which is currently serving as a phono preamplifier for two turntables, as it has two phono inputs. Its separate pre and power sections, excellent tuner and headphone amplifier make it particularly useful and versatile for other duties as well. I have a few questions I’m looking to get some advice on. Although it currently has no issues, if I were to press it into use purely as an integrated amplifier, would there be great gains, sound-wise, to be made in getting it recapped? If yes, what sort of cost would I be looking at, and wh
  10. Hence the price - and I’ll take less. They actually sound pretty decent. I’m hoping someone might at least have use for the drivers and crossovers rather than the whole lot going to landfill.
  11. Scandinavian Research Loudspeakers. Front ported. Made in Australia (despite the name) Minimum Power: 50W RMS. Maximum Power: 150W RMS. Weight: 14.5kg each. 700 high x 315 wide x 290 deep. 10” Polypropylene Woofers. 4” Tweeters. They both work perfectly but the veneers are peeling on both (one side each only) and the dust covers are a bit grotty.
  12. NuReality VHT-200 SRS 3-D Stereo Sound Processor AKAI AT-A1 AM/FM Stereo Tuner Harman/Kardon TU930 AM/FM Stereo Tuner Pioneer DV-344 DVD Player Denon DCD-335 CD Player All are in excellent condition and fully functional. Sorry, but I will not separate. I’ll throw in a free non-working Sony TC-WE305 Stereo Cassette Deck if you’re a tinkerer.
  13. Many, many thanks for everyone’s interest. It’s now sold to first responder Tim. If anything changes I’ll move to the second responder, and so on. Cheers. Rohan
  14. Yamaha CA-510 Natural Sound Stereo Amplifier Yamaha CT-800 Natural Sound AM/FM Tuner Yamaha YP-B2 Belt Drive Turntable Yamaha HP-3 Orthodynamic Headphones Yamaha NS-340 Loudspeakers All in pretty much perfect condition and perfect working order. Original manuals for the Amplifier and Turntable. All lights and meters are functioning and the Amplifier and Turntable were both serviced a couple of years ago and have not been used since. Headphones have non-original wiring. Sorry, but I will not split.
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