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  1. Item: Yamaha CD-N500 Network CD Player + YWA-10 wireless wifi Location: Brisbane Price: $350 (plus costs - paypal / shipping) Item Condition: 8/10 (netradio only available through ycast) Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Yamaha CD-N500 in good condition - a few small marks on the top edge. A good network streamer that plays your digital files from a network UPNP/DLNA server or from a USB device. Since vtuner charges for network radio station browsing, Yamaha has created firmware updates for their devices to use a different provider. Unfortunately, this is not the case for some older devices like this one and does not allow you to use the network radio anymore. However, there is a way around that by hosting your own 'vtuner.com' server if you are tech savvy by running YCast (https://github.com/milaq/YCast) to simulate vtuner and still enjoy listening to the radio. This device only accepts hard-wired network. But I'll add Yamaha YWA-10 - a wireless adapter to the deal. Auditioning is welcome. Comes in its original packing box and am willing to ship. Will donate to stereo.net.au. From the Yamaha website: Enjoy the versatility of listening to a wide variety of music sources Listen to Internet radio stations and stream music USB Digital Connection for iPod, iPhone, iPad and USB devices NP Controller app for iOS and Android devices Music Play enables you to wireless stream music from portable devices High-quality audio performance Leading-edge design utilising carefully selected parts Support for FLAC 192kHz/24-bit and Apple Lossless formats Photos: Listening to netradio (but requires you to run your own vtuner simulator - ycast): The NP Controller App on Android, listening to my local digital files:
  2. If it does not sell locally this weekend, then I'll be willing to find a box and bubble wrap to post it. Would probably be around $15 for postage I reckon.
  3. Item: Glass head Location: Brisbane Price: $30 Item Condition: Good, no chips or cracks Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Glass head that I purchased around 1985. Can be used to hold your headphone - or wig. At the moment I'm only looking at local pickup (Brisbane Western Suburbs) Photos: (Headphone not included)
  4. Item: Pair of 2.5 metre 8AWG speaker cable and banana plus Location: Brisbane Price: $60 per pair / $100 for both pairs (postage included) Item Condition: Never used Reason for selling: I constructed my own speaker cable and had a lot of cable left over. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal - Delivery, COD Only Extra Info: These cables are very thick (8AWG) and came off a roll of new speaker wire that I had left over after creating my own set of cables. I have terminated them with gold plated banana plugs (each has 2 screw crimps). I have used heat shrink to mark polarity and used braided heat-shrink at the ends - mostly for looks. Since they are single core wires, I have wrapped them into a braided sleeve, held on the cable at both ends with another piece of heat-shrink. The cable itself is 665 strands of 0.12mm, total cross section of 7.5mm2 per core. They have never been used. Since I have 2 pairs available, you can use both pairs for bi-wire or bi-amp configruations. I sell them for $60 a pair, or $100 for both. Photos: Stages of creation: A single pair: I have two pairs available:
  5. Just a few months too late for me! Was looking for one like that and ended up with an Akurate DS instead. Very happy with mine. Linn build lovely streamers and they still support all their very first versions from the early 2000's with firmware upgrades! GLWTS
  6. Yes, it is fully programmable and customisable through a software application and has a built in database as well. Can also learn codes from other remotes if you need to and some hifi companies actually publish pronto or RC 5 codes for their equipment. Also look at www.remotecentral.com (especially the files section) for loads of user uploaded configurations, codes, reviews and software. I have two tsu 7500 and never looked back.
  7. I used to have that one, but I've upgraded to a Philips pronto, with colour screen and charging cradle. The marantz is a rebranded philips pronto anyway (in a nicer package). This one is a good one I recently saw: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com.au%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F202763493535
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