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  1. Item: Accusound Bookshelf Speakers, REF 8.6XD Location: Sunny Nanango Price: $50 (plus postage) Item Condition: New in box (box is unopened) Reason for selling: Cleaning house as I no longer have unlimited storage space. If you are interested in a cd player and amp to go with them just ask, I'm sure we can work something out. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought 2 pair of these about 4, maybe 5, years ago with the intention of using them as sides and surrounds in a HT setup but then never got around to completing the HT setup as stereo took over. I opened the other pair, can't really remember why, and they are now in another members study/granny flat system. Retailed for about $350 when new. Pictures:
  2. Item: KEF LS50 Gloss Black Bookshelf Speakers Location: Melbourne Price: $1400 - saving of $600 on the retail price Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Used this for a computer setup with a Peachtree 125se integrated. Sold the Peachtree because I no longer use a computer setup, so these speakers are sadly also no longer required. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - Check out my seller feedback here and buy with confidence: http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/profile/147696-em84/?tab=node_feedback_Feedback - I have the original boxing. Check out photos. - Used in a Pet free / Child free / Smoke free zone :-) - I am the original owner - these were purchased brand new from Apollo HiFi and I have the original purchase receipt Pictures:
  3. Item: Polk TSx220B Bookshelf Speakers. Location: Croydon Price: $250 $200 ONO Item Condition: Near Mint Reason for selling: Surplus to requirements Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I'm the second owner, maximus was running as a temp setup, I upgraded after two months when I found something bi-wirable, so also running as a temp setup. Great all round speaker, perfectly happy with blast beats or orchestral crescendos. Demos welcome will retake blurry photos on request, should have cropped them before i reboxed them. Will post, I have original boxes. Preference goes to local buyer though. Only marked as near mint as they're used. Full specs here: http://www.polkhome.com.au/collections/bookshelf/products/tsx-220b-bookshelf-speakers Original sale thread here:
  4. Item: Mission 750 Limited Edition, 20 Anniversary bookshelf speakers Location: Perth Price: 299 neg. Shipping over to the Eastern States would probably be around $30. Item Condition: very good but some marks are present Reason for selling: were bought for my test setup but with them having tweeters on the bottom of the cabinet, I could not get enough highs with all the junk on my bench obstructing the line of sight Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, direct transfer Extra Info: I bought them to have a decent sound on my test setup when doing final listening tests. I did not anticipate such tiny thing to be in any way spectacular. But when testing Electrocompaniet EC-3 / AW-100DMB combo - particularly when driven hard(ish) - they began to sing. Hardish, meaning about 30-40% of AW-100DBM's 100W/ch. The blurb: To celebrate their 25th anniversary Mission launched the 750 Limited Edition bookshelf speakers. Only 7000 pairs of this little gorgeous sculpture are being made, and then it's over. The 750 is an entirely new speaker, based on no older Missions. It comes as a tiny but weighty 2-way model, clad in lush real rosewood or black ash veneer, and looking not unlike a Sonus Faber Extrema (after all this is an Italian magazine, so I have to honour my host, comprende?). The driver compliment is made up of a 13cm Aerogel woofer, and a silk dome tweeter (as in the other Mission 75-series speakers). The bi-wiring binding posts are heavily gold-plated, and there is a reflex port at the back, which precludes use close to a wall. Sensitivity is 86dB/W@1m, and the nominal impedance is 6 Ohms, not hard to drive. Pictures:
  5. Item: Q Acoustics Concept 20 Speakers - Gloss Black Location: Sth Gold Coast Price: SOLD (+ shipping) Buyer to cover Paypal fees if paying by credit / debit card. I recently priced shipping to Adelaide and that was ~ $30 so cost is not prohibitive to eastern metro areas. Item Condition: Near mint Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Purchased new by me from Dennis Edwards about 12 - 18 months ago. Light use since then. I bought these as an interim speaker between KEF LS50s and a pair of Dynaudio X12s I was hunting down and finally found. All these have different strengths and weakness but I was extremely happy with the 20s even compared to the others. Considering the price difference the 20s stand up very well. This is good explanation of my experience http://www.whathifi.com/q-acoustics/concept-20/review I think proven doped paper driver and silk tweeter combined with the engineering of the cabinet is a great design. Pictures:
  6. Item: WLM Diva Monitors in Tineo + Diva Control Location: Castlemaine, VIC Price: $3,500. Item Condition: Good, except for two small faults that I should see (photos). The stands are tupac MDF and the finish is fine from a distance, but on closer inspection there are some scrapes from vacuum clearers etc Reason for selling: Downsizing Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+ fee), COD, bank transfer Extra Info: These were essentially dealer demos and I've owned them~3 years. I'd lusted over them to a long time so couldn't resist when a pair became available. However, I could never choose between these are the Adam actives I already had (they are both great speakers in different ways). Now I find I don't listen to music enough to justify keeping either pair and am downsizing. They look stunning and the photos do not do them justice: excellent craftsmanship and the veneer is matched to make each speaker pair more-or-less identical. The included Diva Control sits between the Pre and Power amps, giving a notable boost to the bass. The binding posts are WBT and the dial on the back allows treble adjustment. The stands are made in Australia based on the recommended dimensions from WLM, and were provided by the dealer. I'm told this is because importing the Liedtke stands usually paid with the Divas would have made the combo prohibitively expensive. The Liedtke stands are works of art in themselves; these ones are functional and unobtrusive. This 6 Moons review provides all the information you need: http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/wlm/divamonitor.html Newer MkIIs sold by Audio Addiction, although I don't believe the Divas are made any more: http://audioaddiction.net.au/shop/wlm-diva I have the original packaging for the speakers, so happy to courier, but there never were boxes for the stands which are heavy and bulky. Pickup/audition is OK. I can also deliver/audition in Melbourne - I am there most weeks. Reasonable offers welcome. Pictures:
  7. Item: Wharfedale 435 2 way bookshelf speakers Location: Northcote MELB Price: $180 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Spares, need the space Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Made in England. Aluminium dome tweeter and textured PP cone woofer. Very nice sounding speaker for a modest system, goes great with the NAD! Condition is great, no damage to the grilles or chips off the cabinets. Some light scratches but nothing serious. Drivers/suspension perfect. Pictures:
  8. Item: 1 pair Focal Chorus 705 Bookshelf SpeakersLocation: SydneyPrice: $400 ($20 to SNA)Item Condition: excellentReason for selling: extraneous to need after moving to new apartmentPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank TransferExtra Info: Great speakers these - served me for 5 years as mains (with a Focal Cub2 sub) and later as rear when paired with my new Aria 906's. Ran them from my 150 WPC Emotiva without any sign of overloading ever. With the sub these were actually awesome and they were a very happy 5 years.Pictures:
  9. Price: $400 Item: Dali Ikon 1 Bookshelf SpeakerLocation: Sydney 2750Price: $400 shipped within AustraliaItem Condition: 6/10 Some Wear and Tear. Sound is 10/10Reason for selling: Changing my setupPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Hi, I used these for about one year with a high grade amp, since then they have been in a box. Somewhere along the line they recieved some scuffs but I auditioned them today with Chainsmokers and Bach they still sound 10/10 amazing.
  10. Item: Kef R100 Bookshelf Speakers in RosewoodLocation: Kew, VicPrice: $1100 $1050Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: Not in usePayment Method: Pickup - Cash, EFT deposit. Can ship these interstate at buyers expense as I have the original box. PM for more details.
  11. Item: Trade In B&W 805S Bookshelf Speakers in Rosenut Location: Tivoli Hi-Fi 155 Camberwell Road Hawthorn East VIC 3123 Price: $1900 Local Pickup Preferred Item Condition: Trade in item in very good condition. Payment Method: Paypal, Cash - Pickup in store, Credit Card including AMEX with no fees or penalties. Extra Info: A pair of beautiful sound B&W 805S Speakers in Rosenut in excellent condition that have come to us because of the new 805D3! Get in and grab them because Jimmy is looking lovingly at them thinking they should be his.
  12. Looking for a pair of Usher S520 Speakers in excellent condition. Black preferred but will consider timber veneer or white. Please send me a PM if you are looking to sell. Also have a pair of B&W DM602 that I'd consider trading if interested. Cheers
  13. I'm interested in a pair of Quad 12L (or similar) something dark sounding that will be balanced out by the Cyrus one amp. Small and neat is a must. I hear that Rogers, Spendor and Proac are also good matches tonally, but possibly out of my budget. I should mention that Sonus Faber Venere range sound fantastic with the Cyrus. Other option is that anyone is interested I'd be happy to exchange a pair of Epos M12.2 in good nick. They will sound fantastic on the end of a Naim system or Creek, and a few other meaty amps with warm tone. Good condition to VGC is preferred for the bookshelves.Ta Budget is confined to what I can get for the Epos, so probably around the $500 mark.
  14. Hi SN. This is my maiden post: an opinion on a recent audition of the B&W 686 S2 : one word---phenomenal. I was looking for a small footprint, high quality pair of bookshelfs for my daughter. Once I listened to these I was hooked, line and sinker. I auditioned them at Tivoli HiFi in Melbourne and wanted a pair for myself as well. I am a composer and recording artist and currently mix on a pair of Yamaha HS7 (which I love), but for shear listening enjoyment in a small space, the B&W's are outstanding. Thoughts, anyone? Cheers, Stuart
  15. Item: Quad 12L Location: Richmond, Vic Price: $500 Item Condition: Fully functional, minor scratches, see pictures. Reason for selling: upgrade Payment Method: Pickup,COD Only Extra Info: lovely high gloss cherry speakers (i think they call them deep rose) — you're welcome to audition them. Pictures:
  16. Hello everyone, I am new to Hi-Fi but am just assembling my first (entry-level) serious system. I just bought a Rotel RA-1520 integrated amplifier and now I am on the lookout for a set of bookshelf speakers that would be a good match. This is for a 10m x 3.6m x 3m quite dead (mostly carpeted) open-plan space. The lady of the house has dictated that floorstanders are not an option. Ultimately I would also be looking to add a subwoofer to the mix to adequately cover the bass. At the moment I am just using a Pro-ject DAC box for input which I will also upgrade down the track. I was thinking to spend $AUD1000-1500 but could stretch to $2000 if there is a significant and justifiable increase in quality. I know that the only way to pick speakers is by auditioning them which I plan to do shortly. However, it would be very helpful to have a list of vetted options on which to focus. There is an incredible number of different options out there. It would also be helpful to get an Australian perspective given the different pricing and availability here. So far I've only listened to the Polk LSiM703 which I thought were excellent. A lot of people talk about B&W being a good match for Rotel (685, CM1, CM5). From other forums, KEF (Q300, R300, R100, LS50), Dynaudio (Excite X12, DM 2/6, DM 2/7), ATC (SCM11) and PMC (DB1i, twenty .21/.22) have also been recommended, though the latter are a little out of my league. If anyone could share their experiences with the above or suggest any other options, it would be very much appreciated. Many thanks in advance. Kind regards, Nick
  17. Item: Paradigm Studio 20 v3, Black Ash colour Location: Canberra Condition: Excellent, would be mint except for a mark on one of the tweeter domes Price: $500 Negotiable
  18. Item: B&W 685 Bookshelf Speakers (Black Ash) Location: Melbourne Eastern-ish suburbs (Balwyn) Price: SOLD Item Condition: Immaculate as new Reason for selling: Surplus to my needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash if picking up, DD if posting Extra Info: These were purchased 11/02/14 from Clef HiFi. They are a fantastic bookshelf speaker in immaculate as new condition, not a single mark on them and as you'd expect sound fantastic. Run from the Burson Audio Conductor and Timekeeper since new and in a child/pet/smoke free home. Very regretful sale but my wedding is heading over budget, something has to give and my loss is your gain. All original packaging still available. Will sell as a package deal with my Immaculate <3 month old Burson Audion Timekeeper power amp for a package deal price of $2500 and will throw in a 3m pair of Chord Silver Screen speaker cable. That's less than the cost of the Timekeeper alone! Pictures:
  19. Item: B&W 685 Bookshelf Speakers (Black Ash) Location: Melbourne Eastern-ish suburbs (Balwyn) Price: $620 $590 Item Condition: Immaculate as new Reason for selling: Surplus to my needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash if picking up, DD if posting Extra Info: These were purchased 11/02/14 from Clef HiFi. They are in immaculate as new condition, not a single mark on them and as you'd expect sound fantastic. Run from the Burson Audio Conductor and Timekeeper since new and in a child/pet/smoke free home. Getting married in a few weeks things are heading over budget I have other expenses to worry about. All original packaging still available. Will sell as a package deal with my Immaculate 2 month old Burson Audion Timekeeper power amp for a package deal price of $2600 and will throw in a 3m pair of Chord Silver Screen speaker cable. That's less than the RRP of the Timekeeper alone! Pictures:
  20. Hi Guys, Im considering to help others to build DIY speakers. I dont have much talent on finishing other than some shellac and oil finish though. So dont expect wilson/sonus faber level of finishing So here is what i have now : 1. Makita Circ Saw with multiple guides ( 2 KREG and 1 Homemade ) 2. Makita RT0700CX Router with Jasper JIG 3. Compressor (Nail gun, stapler and possible sprayer if needed) 4. DATS (to measure impedance, phase and driver parameters) 5. Omnimic v2 (to measure and simulate passive XO) 6. Behringer ECM8000 calibrated by Cross Spectrum Labs (almost forgot this one ) I usually order my timber pre cut from supplier (birch ply from bruynzeel), and do fine adjustment upon building. Im not sure if this attract anyone, but im taking this opportunity to learn more about speaker building (or just say fine tuning with what i have learnt so far ) My previous project was (not all in Aussie ) : 1. alpair5 TL 2. Alpair10 FR in Pensil 3. Jordan JX92S in ML-TL designed collaborated by Greg Monfort and Jim Griffin. 4. OB with Beyma 12CX and dual 15" by Eminence Beta and Alpha (active in 600mm baffle width) 5. Alpair 10 Bass wide and Alpair 5 in BR 6. Satori, RAAL and Kappalite 3way 7. Exodus Anarchy Tapped Horn (built 4 of these) 8. SB17 and SB29 2way series XO 9. SB15 and SB29 in MTM series XO (2.5way) Im interested to help in the following project : 1. any project involving SB Acoustics drivers (as they have a very good price vs performance) 2. Econowave style (Large woofers with CD waveguides) 3. Line Arrays (as i have few prototype but not yet finished it) 4. PushPull SUB / Dual Opposed SUB 5. Bill Fitzmaurice's Horn Sub 6. Anything with Tapped Horn. 7. Active OB (could be H-frame, U-frame or even plain OB), i consider active, since we will need to deal with EQ and compensation, which is almost impossible to do with passive xo without extensive trial and error. The list above is something that i like to venture on and to get to know more about different types of speakers, but overall im open to experiement or not, if its just a kit. Well PM me if you are interested cheers henry
  21. Hi all, inspired by http://news.cnet.com/8301-13645_3-57439115-47/build-your-own-desktop-stereo-for-under-$70/ I am looking for good cheap bookshelf speaker to go with either Lepai 2020+ or Topping TP20 (not decided yet). Having done some research, my options come down to: Dayton B652, Sony SS-B1000 and Micca SB42X. All of them around USD 60-70. Unfortunately the shipping from US is so expensive that it is more expensive than the speakers. Looking at JBHifi, I found Wharfedale AT-200 for less than AUD150 which in the end will cost me the same as those speakers above, except with Wharfedale, all the cost goes to the speakers. Can I expect Wharfedale AT-200 sounds significantly better than those three speakers? Anyone has any experience with any of dayton, sony or micca? Also, if you can suggest between Lepai 2020+ vs Topping TP20. Thank you.
  22. Hi all, Our little Signature i90 seem to have been a big hit at the Australian Audio & AV Show in Melbourne. Thanks for all the feedback and the positive posts in that thread. Those who experienced them already know how good they are, however we are getting lots of enquiries about from people who haven't heard them yet but have heard the 'buzz' about them. Their regular price is $999each in black or white. On orders taken from the 3 days between right now up to and including this Friday 8 Nov I'll do them for $699each. So why am I doing this? Well, firstly because it's my company and I can. Secondly it would be good if a few more owners could help those who haven't heard them yet do so. Pictures & data sheets attached. Taking orders on Signature i90 for $699 each for 3 days. Go. FreeCall 1800 818 882 or email vaf@vaf.com.au Philip EMAIL - Signature i90 & i49.pdf EMAIL - Signature i90 Preliminary Information.pdf
  23. Item: One pair of Eos Bookshelf speakers by Greg Osborn (These are the standard model finished in Jarrah.) Location: Bowen Nth Qld Price: $1250 (including postage anywhere in Oz) Item Condition: Excellent, no external marks visible. Reason for selling: I'm starting to force myself to face reality, having a pair of spare speakers that I almost never use is just not practical. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD or direct deposit (assuming the buyer is happy to do so) Extra Info: Purchased from Greg Osborn in August last year, approx 250 hours on them so they are probably not finished running in yet. They sound very good but I'm going to keep my Lenehans and move these on. I'll pack these speakers back in the original boxes and packing, I haven't managed to find the receipt yet but I'm looking. If anyone is interested I can also offer an integrated amp for $750 (that will do these little beauties justice) cd player (for $500) and cabling ($100) to suit. The only item I can't offer is a pair of stands. Pictures: A comparison shot with my S2Rs. And grill-less. And this is where they have lived for most of the last 18 months.
  24. A few weeks ago I purchased a new set of Dynaudio Focus 160 (from a special at Rio Sound and Vision). FINALLY, I've had the time to unpack out and try them out. Currently, I'm running a Denon AVR 2807 with B&W 603s3 front, LCR 600 centre and B&W LM1 rears. I live in a smallish apartment so no sub (it would be total overkill with the 603s). My main transport is a Logitech Squeezebox Touch linked to a Synology NAS (full of my .flac files) feeding into a Moon 100D DAC. The turntable is a Project Debut Carbon with standard OM10 cartridge feeding into a Moon 110LP Phono amp and Chord Crimson RCA interconnects for both the Phono and DAC. I've heard over and over that Dynaudio speakers require a lengthy run-in time, however, I'll give you my first impressions after 2 hours of medium/high level listening. Also, I've set the Dyns up temporarily sitting on their foam packaging on little Ikea tables and I appreciate this is far from ideal (plan to purchase some stands for them). Specs (from manufacturer) Sensitivity 85 dB IEC Power handling > 200 W Impedance 4 Ω Frequency Response 44 Hz – 21 kHz (± 3 dB) Weight 7.6 kg Dimensions (W x H x D) 202 x 350 x 294 mm 7.9 x 13.8 x 11.6" Build Quality From the moment they were unpacked, these speakers exuded quality. The black piano finish is precise and this is evident by the fact that you can see your own reflection without leaping back three feet after being greeted with a horribly distorted figure. The boxes feel solid weighing 7.6kg each and the overall finish and precise placement of the drivers is second to none. They are rear ported and their rear terminals, although single inputs (no bi-wiring/bi-amping) accept either banana plugs or sufficiently thick bare wires. Aesthetics Beautiful... really! As mentioned above, the piano finish is excellent and the tapered (to the rear) cabinets look smart and I'm sure have a practical function. The detachable grill sits approx 1cm from the cabinet's front face. They have a contemporary look and would fit in with almost any decor given that they are available in a range of finishes. I often hear dynaudio speakers described as being very 'industrial' like design and although I think this is true for the DM series and C1/C2, I think the Focus series is a far more conventional and versatile (not to say that I wouldn't jump at a pair of C1s given the opportunity). Sound Quality (The most important bit) Okay, I'm not adept at reviewing audio gear, but i'll do my best here. I set the the speakers up in an A/B config on my receiver, although I must add that the B&W towers were running in a bi-amped config through the receiver so potentially had an advantage (debatable). Room placement was also different with the Dyns sitting at least 1.5 foot in front of the B&W (this may affect bass response). Firstly, any buyers remorse faded very quickly. The Dyns exhibited a extremely controlled response with seemingly even response across all frequencies (excluding the very low bass <45hz). When I first powered up the Dyns and switched the receiver to 'B' speakers, I had to double check the setting as my girlfriend immediately asked "When can we listen to the new speakers". To my amazement, the settings were correct and we had the Dyns pumping away while the B&Ws sat silent. The treble response is crisp without sounding over-analytical and the finest details are reproduced effortlessly. Even at high volumes, I felt comfortable and not overwhelmed by harsh treble tones. I found the Dyns to a be a more forward sounding speaker over the B&Ws, although their placement woud have contributed. The refined treble meant that listening to these babies at high volumes did not leave you feeling like you'd just had your ears drilled out by a Black & Decker. The mids were smooth and presented vocals in a truly life-like way, which really took Tracy Chapman's self-titled album to a new level for me. I would describe the mids as being realistic and balanced with a focus on vocals. I've often heard speakers that make the vocals sound distant or muffled, the Dyns brought them to life in a way I have never heard. In terms of bass, these little guys do a tremendous job. For this task, I turned to Kraftwerk's 'Electric Cafe' and various rap tracks from 2pac. The first thing I noticed about the bass response was 'controled'. Surprisingly, the little Dyns handled frequencies that I never thought possible from a standmounted speaker. If your primary listening is rap/electro then I would probably suggest a subwoofer, however, I found the lower bass sufficient. The B&Ws definitely have the edge with low-down bass, however, that is to be expected given their 2.5way floorstander design. In saying that though, the Dyns were more than capable of filling my 18ft x 13ft living room. Conclusion Straight out of the box these speakers amazed me particularly with their ability to bring music to life. I would be keen to see if their performance improves from further listening and I think a 2 channel amp upgrade would improve them even further. If you are in the market for speakers in this price range ($3,200 retail), then I would highly recommend placing them on your audition list. Cheers, David
  25. This design is based on dayton excellent value drivers. The RS180 is 7" alum cone midwoofers and RS28F is a silk dome tweeter, well known in the US for a good performance tweeter with excellent value. Both drivers currently sold by theloudspeakerkit, as i dont see many of 2way builds here in stereonet, i hope this one will suit. In Brief : Sealed 18-25L, with baffle dimension W 200mm x H 450mm Reference sensitivity around 82db All simulations taken by CLIO txt files provided by PartsExpress Baffle Step Compensation is integrated to the crossover LR4 for both Woofer and Tweeter @2100hz 2nd order Electrical on RS180 3rd order Electrical on RS28F henry Edit : Baffle Step revision
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