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  1. I did some research and the consensus was that there is no issue and some even prefer the sound aes/ebu cables produces. It is true not to use XLR as aes/ebu, 75 vs 110 ohm. Classic example is the Van den Hul The Integration Hybrid XLR cable, sold as a pair of interconnect, and has an impedance of 110 Ohm (in balanced star quad mode); Allows AES-EBU standard digital audio transmission.
  2. Item: Cardas AES/EBU Price Range: negotiable Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: I am after a Cardas AES/EBU 1 metre, I want to pair it with my other and use it as a pair of XLR balanced. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  3. JukKluk2, funny enough my brother had a Linn LP12 in storage, still going strong after all these years. Bought a Cambridge Audio CNX in the classified to stream music. Dusted out my Marantz PM8000 and b&w cm4 speakers.
  4. Been browsing on this forum for a short while and bought some audio gear too. Only recently venture back into stereo hifi when I stumble onto my brother’s old vinyl records from the 80s. was a big fan of home theatre but now switching back into stereo music. anyway, hope to participate in more forum discussion.
  5. This is the same ad posted on 10 August 2019 and Sold. Did the sale fell through?
  6. I'd notice you connected the right speaker cable with the red to negative and black to positive phase, was this in error?
  7. Keep me awake throughout my 9 to 5 office job.
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