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  1. If you search recent classifieds sold history one went for $1500 as well.
  2. Thanks! Please do let me know 👍
  3. Item: Chord Qutest Price Range: $1500 Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Preferably in Melbourne, but will pay for shipping, thanks!
  4. Firstly, beautiful amp, maybe one day for me! GLWTS.
  5. @Yardbird I’ll also go halves with you if it doesn’t sell as a pair and JolB isn’t keen.
  6. KEF LS50 Bookshelf Speakers - Black Anniversary Edition Some of the most well known, high quality and detailed sounding mini monitors around. They're in perfect working and great visual condition. Highly recommended with solid stands and room to breath. They come with owners manual, rubber feet and bass port plugs. I don't have the original boxes, so prefer pickup. Please note, there are some tiny scuffs on the matte grey bit of one speaker when held up to direct sunlight, however it's really difficult to photograph. Safe to say you'll probably only notice if you set them up outside (hey, who am I to judge). Design Two-way bass reflex Drive units Uni-Q driver array: HF: 25mm (1in.) vented aluminium dome LF/MF: 130mm (5.25in.) magnesium/aluminium alloy Frequency range (-6dB) 47Hz - 45kHz Frequency response (±3dB) 79Hz - 28kHz Crossover frequency 2.2kHz Amplifier requirements 25 - 100 W Sensitivity (2.83V/1m) 85dB Harmonic distortion 2nd & 3rd harmonics (90dB, 1m) <0.4% 175Hz-20kHz Maximum output 106dB Nominal impedance 8Ω (min. 3.2Ω) Weight 7.2kg (15.8lbs.) Dimension (H x W x D) (with terminal) 302 x 200 x 278 mm (11.9 x 7.9 x 10.9 in.)
  7. KEF Q300 Bookshelf speakers - Excellent condition - Uni-Q drivers Excellent condition, quality speakers perfect for a 2 channel music setup or for fronts in a surround cinema setup. They come in their original box with with grilles and bass port foam plugs. Here's a recent review of these: https://www.ilounge.com/index.php/reviews/entry/kef-q300-bookshelf-speakers Model Q300 Design Two-way bass reflex Drive Units 165mm (6.5in.) aluminium Uni-Q 25mm (1in.) vented aluminium dome HF Frequency Response ±3dB 42Hz - 40kHz Crossover Frequency 2.5kHz Amplifier requirements 15 - 120W Sensitivity (2.83V/1m) 87dB Maximum output (SPL) 110dB Impedance 8Ω Weight 7.7kg each (17.0lbs) 355 x 210 x 302 mm (14.0 x 8.3 x 11.9 in.) Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  8. Nice speakers! Did the WBT 0730 mod make a noticeable difference?
  9. You might be right rantan. When I switch back to my old speakers, B&W 685 S2s, they really spotlight what's missing in the LS50s in my setup: Just a fuller, more balanced, non wince inducing sound. I think LS50s and near field (plus whatever room acoustics I have going on) might not be the best setup.
  10. Hey blakey, thanks for the tip. I just watched a few reviews on these and they appear to be awesome. Especially like the callouts of the excellent near field performance. I honestly think that the LS50s aren't best suited for nearfield. Everything I've read about them mentions they sound great on stands, given room to breath.
  11. Thanks for the tip niss! I actually downloaded an older version of Vox and have been messing with the EQ there.
  12. Thanks for the feedback Ittaku! I've tried messing with the placement, though I've never heard anyone say get closer to the wall! The LS50s are currently about 20cms from the back wall. According to the manual that means they should have the full foam plugs inserted however, when I tried that, the bass response was even more subdued. Many things I've read point to LS50s being amazing on stands when they've got space to breathe. It definitely could be a mix of their top end sharpness combined with the room dynamics. Prior to this I had some B&W685 S2s and I don't know whether it was because they were front ported, but they overall sounded more balanced, even if they weren't quite as detailed as the KEFs in the top end. Also far less fatiguing.
  13. Hi all from a new member. My current setup is Hegel H190 amp + KEF LS50s (nearfield desk setup) though am finding the LS50s tough to listen to for long periods. Is it just me? Also thinking of adding a REL sub. Hope to learn much from many users on here with more experience. Cheers snurb
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