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  1. I would swap my Plinius SA Ref and Boulder pre for these!!! I wish (:
  2. Would pair nicely with the 8805 Marantz that has just been listed
  3. I have one of these 8805's and for this money, there is nothing else on the markey that will do what this does. Run your digital for theatre with the best HDMI lead you can afford, I changed out an Audioquest Cinnamon for a Wireworld silver Starlight and the improvement to the separation in the surround channels was spectacular Great unit, current Tech, be quick and snap it up......
  4. Use mine as a 4k media player and it is pretty good
  5. Hi Aussie, if I use for eg. Shunyata Au 8 way distribution unit, it cost $4,000 with a decent power cord. Or to save the money I have to interlink 5 of my 56 series that I already have. Problem with that It leaves a giggawatt 1.1 american plug conditioner for 4 components for the front end of my system. I am trying to do away with American plugs. I have 8 components
  6. Yeah, don't know, was advised that the 56s were good to use, from a few stereo shop owners. Picked up my five 56s for $45 each. I may put in three total lines for the five 56s. Alternatively I do one ppint and buy a Shunyata AU8 8 way power distribution, but another $2,500 which I don't have.
  7. There isn't a decent quality wall plate made for Aussie points. The clipsal 1000 series and domestic points are fairly piss poor and restricting in the switching wire size in the mechs So The 56 series is the best beefed up Aussie version available. Also good tight grip. I have a dark blue theatre wall so I have bought Woolworths Dark grey 56 series on thin mounting plates.
  8. Although the the switching on each of the 56 plates have 10 amp switches, maybe I should stick with the 20amp CB. Do you think the 10 amp switches will be ok on the 6mm line with 20 amp CB?
  9. Hi A9x The lead cable is 6mm twin plus earth, I would also use the same 6mm for joining the 56 wall plates together, no reduction in cable size. I was under the belief that 6mm will handle the 32amp. Electrician would be installing and checking everything. Currently have a 20 amp CB . What do you suggest?
  10. Hi A9x Yes I might stick to the one 6mm line and increase the CB to a 32amp to reduce heat and lower resistance and ohms. I will daisy chain the 5 x 56 series with 6mm flat plus earth, same as lead cable. Sound ok guys?
  11. Hi Groovem, not so much over thinking, more so listing potiental ways to do it and looking for your knowledge. I used 6mm cable as it was only over 9m and the cost difference to 4mm wasn't much.
  12. Hi All, I have ran a 6mm line from a 20amp breaker over a 9m run length and into my theatre wall, I intend to terminate with a Clipsal 56 series and get rid of the clipsal 1000 series double. I was thinking of running a second and third, though my sparky suggested only one is needed as even with eight components I won't exceed max wattage. What do other's think? I could just operate everything out of one Clipsal commercial 56 series wall plug and use a Shunyata Au8 off a Delta noise cancelling NR lead. Approx. $4,500 and thats only basic conditioning, but simple and would upgrade to the higher Shunyata when they come into Aussie. Or Run 3 seperate 6mm lines off their own 20 amp breakers and then with 2 of these lines each with their own series 56, I could jump another 56 series for 2 points side by side to each of those lines and then leave the third line with only one 56, that would be for the Plinius two channel. So that would be 5 x 56 series on my wall side by side. Approx. Cost $800 I already have a Giggawatt Evo 1.1 for front end source into one 56, then plug in PS audio Detec for wall warts and OLED 77 leaving three power amps plugged into their own 56 series points. Which way would you go guys? I was wondering if people run these dedicated lines in copper pipe, or shielding or maybe just 20mm conduit would help. The lines would run past a heap of other 240 power running at 90* to my 6mm line - line's, does anyone think that There would be contamination? Or only if I ran two three lines parralel to one another. It is only 9m though.
  13. Wow, great end game dream speakers!!! Be quick, these won't last. Don't snooze........
  14. Amazing gear Eagleeyes, damn (: took me hours to read it!!! Somebody will be very happy with those beautiful looking B&Ws Just Stunning!!!!!
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