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  1. Further information: NO MARKS OR SCRATCHES Bowers and Wilkins LCR3 CENTRE SPEAKER The Bowers & Wilkins LCR3 centre channel speaker is an exceptional speaker with a dense, richly-textured sound field and perfect for music or movies. The tweeter uses tapering tube loading, first used in the original Nautilus. This ensures far greater absorption of unwanted radiation away from the rear of the diaphragm and results in a cleaner, more focussed and natural high frequency sound. The twin bass/midrange drivers use cones of woven glass fibre, which functions in a similar fashion
  2. Further information: Yamaha RX-V1600 Receiver THX Select2-certified home theater receiver - 7.1 Channel - Powerful Sound - with 7 Channel Preamp out. Solid Unit with clean powerful sound that will any room. Great for a spare amp or 2nd home theatre setup. Can box it up, has remote, YPAO mic. Well looked after - non-smoking household. Used - Works well - All Functions via Remote - only front buttons behind panel not functioning. Has 2nd Zone 2 Remote as well. Product highlights: 120 watts x 7 into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.04% THD Dolby® Di
  3. Further information: Current Yamaha model Retail Price $2,299.00 Great sound & picture, one of the best backlit remotes, Dolby Atmos, 7 Channel with pre-amp out for all 7 channels. Little use - non smoking household with original packaging, YPAO mic & Antennas for rear. No Marks or Scratches, a well looked after clean unit. All packed up and ready for sale! The RX-V1085 is a high-end 7.2-channel AV receiver & features advanced Surround:AI capability, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, a Phono input and the latest network functions.
  4. Hi There - I need help with understanding the uses of Zone 2. I have a Yamaha RXV1085 Receiver 7.2 capability - BUT I want it as 7.2.2 !! As all 7 channels are taken up - how do I set up the .2 speakers ?? so total 9 speakers ? Do I use the Zone 2 output as height .2 speakers to get my overheads going? When I connect the extra presence speakers and configure the Yamaha to output as overheads - I get nothing. Any ideas.... Please help Cheers and Stay Safe!
  5. I'll check out Jaycar and the solder choices - thanks Guys!
  6. Very good - thank you. I think I need to go get me a new heat gun - that looks tidy. Cheers
  7. aaahh the satisfaction of job well done! Thanks for the inspiration. I'll get to it Cheers
  8. Very true, detail is what its about - I will feel my inner Zen once I've accomplished the task. Cheers
  9. Thank you - I think the idea of giving it that extra strength is good. Cheers
  10. Hi there - looking for some advice. Should you heat shrink the speaker and wire and sheath when terminating speaker wires / attaching to banana plugs or spades? Do they need this additional protection or not? Cheers
  11. Hi There - really enjoy viewing all the gear flowing through the site and picking up tips here and there - thank you. Started work in a Hifi store and enjoyed quality sound ever since. Running B&W 802D2's, HTM2D2, LM1 Surrounds, ASW650, NAD M25 (+ NAD M15HD & M5) Yamaha RX-1085, Robertson Audio, Wireworld & Monster interconnects, Isotek Power cables, Monster Power Centre It's clean, pure and punches hard. Cheers
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