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  1. Further information: Further information: Up for sale is the Auralic Vega Digital Audio Processor in brushed aluminium. Unit is in good condition, comes with remote, power cable. No carton. This is a powerful and versatile digital-to-analog converter that can also served as a digital-input-only, balanced-output-capable preamplifier. Type: Digital-to-analog-converter/digital preamplifier Digital inputs: One AES/EBU, two coaxial, one TosLink, and one USB 2.0 buffered by ActiveUSB Analog outputs: One stereo single-ended (via RCA jacks)
  2. 10 AWG is quite chunky. Theres a locking banana plug that Neotech make for that type of thick cable. Good luck! regards Michael
  3. I use a Venturi VP-T150, now called Ezymount on my 50' Panasonic Plasma. It only comes out 34mm from the wall. Super sturdy and can be tilted if you want. I think JB Hi Fi still stocks them as a general line. regards Michael
  4. Gees, I remember there was a Douglas Hi Fi at Nunawading near Rays Outdoors and Clarke Rubber during the 1990's! The tapereel facade!
  5. Happy Friday Guys! Here's mine. McIntosh MC402
  6. Further information: Up sale is the Plinius Kaitaki Pre Amplifier with Phono Stage in silver. Unit is in excellent condition, comes with box, manual and accessories. Handmade in NZ. The Kaitaki will allow connection of up to 5 source components including both balanced and single ended connection for CD. A processor loop allows integration with a home theatre system and output is available from RCA or XLR connectors. The adjustable phono stage model allows enjoyment of vinyl at a sophisticated level without the need to purchase a specialised phono preamplifier.
  7. Further information: Up for sale is the Auralic Vega Digital Audio Processor in brushed aluminium. Unit is in good condition, comes with remote, power cable. No carton. This is a powerful and versatile digital-to-analog converter that can also served as a digital-input-only, balanced-output-capable preamplifier. Type: Digital-to-analog-converter/digital preamplifier Digital inputs: One AES/EBU, two coaxial, one TosLink, and one USB 2.0 buffered by ActiveUSB Analog outputs: One stereo single-ended (via RCA jacks), one balanced (via XLR connectors) Frequen
  8. The Concept range are the entry level range in the Dali lineup. JB Hi Fi used to sell thousands of them in their prime. A well priced banger box. I have the Dali Helicon 400mk2 made in Denmark. An amazing speaker as they are individually signed at the back by the engineer. regards Michael
  9. My first pair of speakers were the Orpheus Aurora 2 in the Jarrah finish. A well built sounding speaker rated at 4 ohms. Bass response and vocals are very nice and refined. Years later I added a power amp to it and the speakers came out alive! Met the owners Brad and Kiat, very nice guys. The Aurora 2.2 now have the upgraded Kevlar driver making it more responsive. The Aurora 2 used Audax drivers. i eventually sold them and upgraded them to Dali Helicon 400mk2. Haven't heard the Krix Lyrix, but the Lyrix Gold is the 2nd Gen. I'd recommend the Aurora
  10. Well designed amps with special in house technology features by the founder, Bob Carver. Big in the 90's and 2000. He developed tracking downconverter amplification. I have a 10' Sunfire sealed sub and gees it packs a punch for such a small enclosure. regards Michael
  11. The RXV485 is an entry level receiver in the Yamaha range. Yes, it will run the B&W603. Its rated an 8ohms so the impedance is ok to run. At 80watts a channel the receiver will run those mains fine. Obviously if you go higher in the Yamaha range when they output 120watts a channel the speakers will sound more dynamic and punchy. Enyoy the RXV485 for now running movies and music on your system for now. regards Michael
  12. An all time classic the RXZ-1. Super hefty heavy as it had a torroidal transfer. Unfortunately no HDMI inputs and extra features of video processing and latest sound formats. A bit dated, but sound wise its a great punchy receiver at its time. regards Michael
  13. Yes a 4 Tier rack say 4 x $499 would be $2000 https://audioinfluence.com.au/collections/hi-fi-racks-limited?page=1 regards Michael
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