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  1. any reasonable offers will be considered.
  2. Item: VAF Signature i33’s (Black Oak) Location: Aberfoyle Park, SA Price: $2,500 Including shipping $2,000 Pickup Item Condition: Has a few scratches on top surface due to stupid cats and a mark on the front of one of the cloth speaker covers/grills, both of which are visible in the pics. Apart from that they are in great condition with no mechanical issues. Reason for selling: Have decided to upgrade and will no longer need them. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These speakers are very good value for their price and retail for $5,790. The pair I’m selling will be 4 years old in January 2020, also I will be able to demo if needed as they will remain connected until sold. https://vaf.com.au/products/signature-i33 Technical Specifications: Frequency Range 32Hz ~ 22kHz Frequency Response 37Hz ~ 19kHz (±2dB) Phase Response ±15° (100Hz ~ 20kHz) Impedance 6 ohms (nominal) Sensitivity 90dB (2.83V / 1m) Amplifier Power up to 200W Dimensions 245mm (W) × 1095mm (H) × 287mm (D) Weight 31kg (Gross) Per speaker Photos:
  3. PS Audio just answered pretty much the same question in their youtube video today here's the link, hope it helps.
  4. Item: LG UP970 4K HDR Blu-ray player Location: Aberfoyle Park, SA Price: ~ $200 O.N.O. Item Condition: Very Good, not used often Reason for selling: got a new tv and am upgrading to get the features i require Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: supports Dolby Vision and hdr, has Youtube and Netflix apps. would have to check if i have original box but i have everything that came with it. Photos:
  5. Being an audio visual and technology fan, one tends to have many devices and of course lots of cables to go along with it. So in my listing/watching entertainment unit i have a mess of cables behind. I tried once before to reorganize and manage them better but it's still a disaster back there and over time i have added and removed devices making it even more of a mess, not to mention the potential for interference between cables etc. due to coils. Therefore i believe that the best course of action is to pull every cable out and start over. So my question is would it be best making all cables custom myself to the exact lengths? As to remove all excess. If so is there like a universal type of connection method? Or am I going to have to buy a termination tool for each type of connection? ie. Hdmi, usb, rca, power, ethernet etc. Or is there some better way to organize cables that I'm overlooking? What do you do to organize your cables? Or is it out of sight out of mind type thing? Thought i would ask you guys before i started researching about cables and connectors and the tools to terminate said cable's/connectors. Thanks in advance. i will now commence the Googles while i await your replies 😁
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