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  1. Hi good peoples of Stereo net Have just spent many hours fitting my new nad C375bee (from was_a)m, I even did a small diy job making a shelf to sit on top of my existing unit. An attempt to stop Whoopie (cat) from running, jumping or sitting on the equipment. Now includes nad C375bee psb imagine T & C Denon avr 2312 Denon M38dab+ sony 390 blu ray player strong dvr Samsung 42in led lcd TV Solid solution PB100 subwoofer Denon SC T33 rear speaker not shown. now to try to add the pic's
  2. Hi All, Just looking for a little info on upgrading my current system which is: Whatmough Magnum series speakers: 2 x M30 front mains (4 ohms, 40 - 150 watt) 1 x M05 centre (4 ohms, 40 - 100 watt) 2 x M10 rears (8 ohms, 40 - 100 watt) AV Receiver: Sony STR-DE485 (please don't laugh) ;-) (Rated at 100watts per channel....hmmm???) Blu-Ray Disc - DVD Player: Sony BDP-S580 I know the speakers are not top of the range and have some age, but I just love them, and I am thinking of adding a Whatmough Tornado 2 sub to the mix. I am open to suggestions for the sub, I just figure the Whatmough would be a good choice and would match well with my current speaker set up. As for the amp.....well I would love to go nuts here but I am on a budget (trying to keep the amp under $1000). I am very fond of NAD equipment, and the NAD T748 (data sheet attached) seems like it would tick the boxes for features (and a pleasant lack of bells & whistles), while focusing on true sound quality and power for a reasonable RRP of $699. I am just a little concerned that it may be a little under powered for my Whatmough speakers? (although I have no doubt it would be a MAJOR improvement over my current Sony amp...LOL). To step up to the NAD T757 which I am sure would be great for my setup, but at a RRP of $1499 is getting a bit out of the budget and not sure if I can justify the extra $800 odd dollars when the T748 would be a big improvement anyway?? I do use the system for both music and movies and would appreciate any advice. Thanks :-) NAD T748.pdf
  3. Up for sale is my Denon 3808 Has been sitting in a box for the last 2 years when I upgraded. Just never got around to selling it. In fantastic condition, not a scratch on it in Silver. Comes with 2 remotes and mic. Chasing $500 + Shipping (Located in Perth) Fantastic unit, just doesn't have 3D pass through if you care about that sort of thing. PM if your interested Thanks
  4. Hi everyone!, Figured I would start posting about the progress I'm making with my dedicated home theatre and new home. I have found the information in these forums invaluable and figured I should contribute my own story. THE ROOM. The planning and design for the new house has been going on for the last few years but it is finally approaching completion and I'm getting very exciting, the build is based on my own floor plan with a dedicated home theatre and server/equipment room being the highlight for me. It is a modest sized home theatre with maybe enough room for two rows of seating but I am thinking that this may be a bit cramped, so initially it will have 1 row of seating and maybe lots of bean bags. I also think the custom alcove bulkhead and projector recess is turning out quite nicely. When it is finally done I hope to have it looking something like this: THE SPEAKERS. I have decided to go with Ascension speakers due to positive reviews and the value for money that they represent. I figured the only way I could do better is to build them myself. I did audition quite a few speakers and in the end it was a choice between Krix, Vaf and Adelaide Speakers. There is no doubt that Krix and Vaf especially offered a more stylish product but in the end I could not justify spending the extra money. the Ascension speakers sounded just as good at a considerably lower price (I was not able to audition the exact model I ordered, this seems to be the norm for Adelaide Speakers unfortunately). I should also point out that I am very much the n00b when it comes to audio, considering my current setup is a pair of $50 second-hand DSE floorstanders I may not be the best person to judge these things. Fronts 2 x SUMMONER 1293PRTL Power Handling: 160 wrms Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms Frequency Response: 28 -- 35,000 Hertz +/-2dB (bass reflex) Sensitivity: 93 dB 1w/1m Centre Channel 1 x DUET CENTRE F253FVV in flat panel version Power Handling: 120/160 wrms/wmax Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms Frequency Response: 59 -- 30,000 Hertz +/-2dB Sensitivity: 90dB 1w/1m Surrounds 4 x FLAT PANEL F612PV Power Handling: 80/160 wrms/wmax @ 80 Hz crossover to subwoofer Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms Frequency Response: 58 -- 30,000 Hertz +/-2dB Sensitivity: 90dB 1w/1m Subs 2 x SUBWOOFER 1220TTL Amplifier: 200 wrms Controls: on/auto/off; level; crossover; phase switch Crossover Control: adjustable 30 -- 120 Hertz Frequency Response: 22 Hertz -- crossover +/-3dB I should note that the above is just the specs listed on the website and the drivers in some of my speakers will be upgraded as is the wattage of the subs. THE RECEIVER and PROJECTOR. After a lot of research I decided to go with an AVR over separates, I initially had my heart set on an Emotiva processor and 7ch amp but in the end I went with a Denon AVR-X4000, as it has plenty of power, Audyssey MultEQ XT32, multi zone and pre-outs if I do decide to get an amp later on. I have also opted to go with the BenQ W1070 but have not ordered this yet as I will not be able to use it in the mean time, this may change when it comes time to purchase. THE BUILD SO FAR. I did the home theatre wiring myself, was very daunting at first but when I actually got started it was quite satisfying. I made quite a mess but it will be out of sight so all good. As part of the contract with the builder I specified that R2.0 insulation be installed in the home theatre instead of the standard R1.5, when the insulation was installed I checked it and it appeared to be the same as the other internal walls in the house. After being brushed off initially as being unable to tell the difference by the site supervisor, I managed to take some photos with measurements and they changed their story to there being a quality issue with the batts used, they then replaced the batts with R2.5HD, so in the end it worked out for the best but certainly served as a reminder to keep an eye on these things. PROGRESS PHOTOS. Here are some photos of the progress so far, have a look let me know what you think. I will be posting updated from time to time depending on the progress, let me know if you have any questions or would like to offer/receive advice Cheers, Paul.
  5. For Sale 14 month old Denon AVR-3313 $950 Excellent condition, includes remote, Audyssey mic, manual & discs and original packaging. Also has 21 months warranty left. Pick up Yarra Ranges area, Vic or shipped at buyers expense. NETWORK CAPABLE AV-RECEIVER WITH 7X 165W, 4K VIDEO PROCESSING AND THE TRIPLE HDMI OUTPUT. The AVR-3313 receiver sets a new standard in 3D, Blu-ray, game console, and other entertainment device integration with seven HDMI inputs and three HDMI outputs. It features seven discrete 125-watt channels of equal power, dual subwoofer outputs, and multiple high-resolution audio formats for superior surround sound. It also includes advanced video circuitry that upscales high-definition (HD) signal to 4K (3840 x 2160 pixel) signal. Enhanced by digital network audio/ photo streaming capabilities, including support for AirPlay, mp3/WMA/WAV and FLAC audio, and Windows 7 compatibility, the AVR-3313 is a solid foundation for your networked home entertainment system. New Features - Supports 4K video signals (video upscaling, video passthrough, GUI overlay) - The plenty of network capabilities and functions allow you to enrich your entertainment world including: * AirPlay * DLNA 1.5 certified * Windows 7 compatible * Internet radio * Last.fm * Photo streaming * flickr * FLAC HD, High-resolution audio file playback (96 kHz / 24-bit) - Denon Link HD for the best sounding, jitter free connection to our new DBT-3313UD BD player - Hybrid PLL Jitter Reducer - Multi Zone HDMI output allows playback of 2 different video sources simultaneously on 2 televisions - Support new “Denon Remote App” to simplify operation by Android & iOS tablet/smartphone - Convenient HDMI port on the front for connecting a camcorder or other device - Front display with large, easy-to-read characters State-of-the-art Denon Solutions for Maximizing Content Quality - Fully discrete, identical quality and power for all 7 channels (165 W x 7 ch) - Stable power supply for high-quality sound and picture playback - Dynamic Discrete Surround Circuit, D.D.S.C –HD with AL24 Processing Plus, to dramatically enhance the music listening experience - Clock Jitter Reducer - Audyssey DSX audio processing for ultimate surround experience - Audyssey Pro ready for advanced calibration by certified installers - Dolby TrueHD, dts-HD Master Audio and Dolby Pro Logic IIz - Minimum Signal Path for clear audio and video signal - High-performance 192kHz/24-bit D/A converters for all channels - Digitally transmitted Play function for iPod and iPhone (via USB) for best sound quality - Denon’s proprietary Compressed Audio Restorer, to restore sound quality from compressed music sources Connectivity & Future-ready Expandability - 7.2 channel preamp outputs allow the connection of external power amplifiers if needed - Supports HDMI with 4K, 3D, Audio Return Channel(*1), Deep Color, "x.v.Color", Auto Lipsync and HDMI control function(*1) - 7 x HDMI in (1 on front panel) / 3 x HDMI out (1 out for Zone2) - Power Amp Assign function, for versatility in using the AVR-3313 for different purposes - Front panel USB input - Multi room audio (3 zones 3 sources) *1: except for Zone2 HDMI output Ease-of-Use - Setup Assistant, providing easy-to-follow setup instructions - Audyssey Dynamic Volume®, for real-time volume adjustment - Audyssey DynamicEQ, improves surround effects during low volume levels - Audyssey MultEQ XT, automatically sets the speakers to suit the room's listening environment and the speakers' characteristics - Comes with simple, easy-to-use remote control handset - Sleep Timer, set up to 120 minutes in 10-minute increments - Audio level memory, capable of correcting different signal levels for each input device - Standby HDMI Pass through - Auto Standby - C4 Certified IP Control Capability Others - Lower power consumption at stand-by 0.1 W (Standby) - Trigger output (150 mA) - Audyssey Installer Ready
  6. Item: Denon AVR-3313 (14 Months old) Location: Melb (outer east) Price: $950 Item Condition: Excellent Condition Reason for selling: Upgraditis Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Deposit (Will Ship at buyers cost) Extra Info: Has 21 Months Warranty left Pictures: NETWORK CAPABLE AV-RECEIVER WITH 7X 165W, 4K VIDEO PROCESSING AND THE TRIPLE HDMI OUTPUT. The AVR-3313 receiver sets a new standard in 3D, Blu-ray, game console, and other entertainment device integration with seven HDMI inputs and three HDMI outputs. It features seven discrete 125-watt channels of equal power, dual subwoofer outputs, and multiple high-resolution audio formats for superior surround sound. It also includes advanced video circuitry that upscales high-definition (HD) signal to 4K (3840 x 2160 pixel) signal. Enhanced by digital network audio/ photo streaming capabilities, including support for AirPlay, mp3/WMA/WAV and FLAC audio, and Windows 7 compatibility, the AVR-3313 is a solid foundation for your networked home entertainment system. New Features - Supports 4K video signals (video upscaling, video passthrough, GUI overlay) - The plenty of network capabilities and functions allow you to enrich your entertainment world including: * AirPlay * DLNA 1.5 certified * Windows 7 compatible * Internet radio * Last.fm * Photo streaming * flickr * FLAC HD, High-resolution audio file playback (96 kHz / 24-bit) - Denon Link HD for the best sounding, jitter free connection to our new DBT-3313UD BD player - Hybrid PLL Jitter Reducer - Multi Zone HDMI output allows playback of 2 different video sources simultaneously on 2 televisions - Support new “Denon Remote App†to simplify operation by Android & iOS tablet/smartphone - Convenient HDMI port on the front for connecting a camcorder or other device - Front display with large, easy-to-read characters State-of-the-art Denon Solutions for Maximizing Content Quality - Fully discrete, identical quality and power for all 7 channels (165 W x 7 ch) - Stable power supply for high-quality sound and picture playback - Dynamic Discrete Surround Circuit, D.D.S.C –HD with AL24 Processing Plus, to dramatically enhance the music listening experience - Clock Jitter Reducer - Audyssey DSX audio processing for ultimate surround experience - Audyssey Pro ready for advanced calibration by certified installers - Dolby TrueHD, dts-HD Master Audio and Dolby Pro Logic IIz - Minimum Signal Path for clear audio and video signal - High-performance 192kHz/24-bit D/A converters for all channels - Digitally transmitted Play function for iPod and iPhone (via USB) for best sound quality - Denon’s proprietary Compressed Audio Restorer, to restore sound quality from compressed music sources Connectivity & Future-ready Expandability - 7.2 channel preamp outputs allow the connection of external power amplifiers if needed - Supports HDMI with 4K, 3D, Audio Return Channel(*1), Deep Color, "x.v.Color", Auto Lipsync and HDMI control function(*1) - 7 x HDMI in (1 on front panel) / 3 x HDMI out (1 out for Zone2) - Power Amp Assign function, for versatility in using the AVR-3313 for different purposes - Front panel USB input - Multi room audio (3 zones 3 sources) *1: except for Zone2 HDMI output Ease-of-Use - Setup Assistant, providing easy-to-follow setup instructions - Audyssey Dynamic Volume®, for real-time volume adjustment - Audyssey DynamicEQ, improves surround effects during low volume levels - Audyssey MultEQ XT, automatically sets the speakers to suit the room's listening environment and the speakers' characteristics - Comes with simple, easy-to-use remote control handset - Sleep Timer, set up to 120 minutes in 10-minute increments - Audio level memory, capable of correcting different signal levels for each input device - Standby HDMI Pass through - Auto Standby - C4 Certified IP Control Capability Others - Lower power consumption at stand-by 0.1 W (Standby) - Trigger output (150 mA) - Audyssey Installer Ready
  7. Well something have owned for over 6 years now, and very proud off. Whom would have thought for something that usually gets out of date every couple of years would still be at forefront in AV capability. Certainly leaves me wanting for nothing in the AV realm even to this day Denon a few years ago were very kind to give its owners an audyssey and denon link update. And then again few years ago they offered another hardware and software update giving capability for 3D and Audyssey XT32 etc etc .. Denon really was looking ahead in time when they designed this one, I honestly can't think of one other av processor on the market either decked out or fully featured as this one ! Long live the Denon AVP-A1HD. Definitely worth catching a few under the hood shots here below an article from audioholics re the avp-a1HD and its "balanced transmission further explored" http://www.audioholics.com/av-preamp-processor-reviews/denon-avp-a1hdci/review-addendum-balanced-transmission-further-explored along with a schematic from the article giving more clues to its design, and also a design overview, http://www.audioholics.com/av-preamp-processor-reviews/denon-avp-a1hdci/design-overview another schematic, some of the goodies, couple of more shots of the denon here it is taking pride of place in my system, and the back end, Denon only brings out the flagship A series every decade, this AVP being the 3rd release, so probably still a few years yet while have to worry about replacing this one
  8. Item: Denon DV3300 DVD/CD Player Location: Canberra Price: I'd like $150 plus post I think it's fair considering they were $3000 new Item Condition: Excellent, heavy, solid, works beautifully. Couple of light scratches the flash makes them look a lot worse than what they are. Reason for selling: Surplus I don't use my cd's much nowadays. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Bank deposit Extra Info: Read the review these players are built to the highest standard at the time one of the best DVD players made and it doesn't disappoint as a CD player either which is what I used it for. Pictures: http://www.michaeldvd.com.au/HardwareReviews/Denon3300/Denon3300.html
  9. Item : Denon AVP-A1HD 3D Location: WA Item Condition: Excellent as new Reason for selling: Not Used Price: $6500 Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal- fees met by buyer, COD Only Extra Info: As new demo silver colour Australian models with warranty 2 years remaining. Immaculate condition. Barely used like new. All extras and packaging. Pictures:
  10. Item: Denon PMA 2000 AE Location: Melbourne Price: $1250 Item Condition: Excellent - 2 small marks on rear (see last pic) Reason for selling: Surplus to my needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash or DD if posting Extra Info: This is one of (the?) biggest 2 channel amps Denon make with an rrp of 3K. Modeled from the SA series (20K+ of amp) the PMA2000AE is 24kg of awesome. Dual monoblock construction, twin transformers, great open sound, loads of power and handles difficult speakers well. Lots of connectivity options makes this easy to use in many systems. Amp is in perfect working order and has always been looked after in a child/pet/smoke free home. Comes with remote, original box and packaging. Specs here: http://www.denon.co.uk/uk/product/pages/product-detail.aspx?catid=hificomponents&subid=amplifiers&productid=pma2000ae Pictures:
  11. Item: Denon PMA 2000 AE Location: Melbourne Price: $1300 Item Condition: Excellent - 2 small marks on rear (see last pic) Reason for selling: Surplus to my needs (read: can't afford to keep 2 amps) Payment Method: Pickup - Cash or DD if posting Extra Info: This is one of the biggest beasts Denon make with an rrp of 3K. Modeled from the SA series (20K+ of amp) the PMA2000AE is 24kg of Japanese iron. Dual monoblock construction, twin transforners, great open sound, loads of power and handles difficult speakers well. Lots of connectivity options makes this easy to use in many systems. Amp is in perfect working order and has always been looked after in a child/pet/smoke free home. Comes with original box and packaging. Specs here: http://www.denon.co.uk/uk/product/pages/product-detail.aspx?catid=hificomponents&subid=amplifiers&productid=pma2000ae Pictures:
  12. Hi folks, After one of these Denon AVR-4520 beauties to replace my ageing RX-V3800. Please PM me your offers or perhaps point me to a good deal on a new one Thanks in advance!
  13. For Sale is: Item full name and model: Denon AVR-2311 Location: Melbourne, VIC Item condition description As New Condition, manuals etc- will suit new buyer Price and price conditions $900 ONO for DTV Forum Users Reason for selling: No longer required/upgraded Payment Methods: Cash - Pickup preferred, Paypal or Direct Deposit Please PM if interested and I can send photos or if you have any questions Thanks Andrew
  14. My Stereo equipment is aged, and the amplifier has at last been put out to pasture, wel,l in the bin actually, so I have to get a new one. Finances are limited, and I really do not want to spend more than $1000 for the amplifier, preferrrably less. I hope to be able to keep my turntable, Pioneer, PL-335, F 201 tuner, PD-S501 CD player, and the B&W 2003 speakers. It's all 20 years old. The must have for the amp then is enough power for the 4 Ohm speakers,and phono, CD, Tape, Tuner inputs. My music of choice is Baroque mainly, but I have opera, classical, organ, and hearing what it is at my age I'm not at all sure that a high quality amp and speakers are required.I hear the low sounds but lose some of the top notes, I probably really mean lots of the top notes. My old amp was a Pioneer A-501R, which had more than enough power so that I never had the volume control more than half way I suppose, mostly less I think. My list now is Marantz PM 6005 Pioneer A-30( which I have been told is an A/B amp, I have no idea as to the class of any of the others.) Arcam fmj 19 ( bit more than I want to spend Denon PMA 720 AE Yamaha A-S500, A-S700. Onkyo A 9050 Marantz and Onkyo have optical/digital input which could he helpful later when the TV and stereo are in the same room, but at the moment they are separated in two rooms. I'm not sure how I am going to be able to listen to them all, and probably only a couple of them with my speakers. But any comments, recommendations, suggestions, must have in the list would be appreciated. I have read the addicts guide too. I have an aversion to buying used as I would have no idea as to what I was getting.
  15. Item: Denon 103 R with Soundsmith level 1 upgrade in Uwe Panzerholtz wood body Location: Sydney Price: $400 firm Item Condition: less than 30 hours Reason for selling:thinning the collection, more to come. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, will mail at buyer expense and responsibility, will ensure with tracking Extra Info: am selling a Bob Devices SUT which is a very nice compliment to this cart Pictures:
  16. Item: Bob Devices MC Step Up Transformer - cinemag 3440A Red Location: Sydney Price: $400 firm Item Condition: very good, just some minor surface blemish Reason for selling: no longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, will mail at buyer expense/responsibiity with tracking Extra Info: suits the denon 103R very nicely, cinemag transformers Pictures: http://www.bobsdevices.com/Moving-Coil-Step-Up-Transformers/ Will send photos pls PM
  17. Bought this new 3 years back. Have used it with an external power amp this last year. Cosmetically has 1 scratch. Price wise - looking in the region of $250 but happy to entertain offers. Prefer pick in Melbourne, but have the box if there's interstate interest. Pix if you're interested: https://www.dropbox....icjq/gvXjy7weRn https://www.dropbox....7n22/AY0MbFH_6C
  18. Hi Guys, I'm quite new to the Home theater sound systems and seeking your guys advice. I'm planning to buy paradigm studio range sound system (studio 100 for front, Studio 60 for rear, CC690 for center and sub 12) my home theater. Can you guys suggest me a good A/V receiver/amp (Integrated), which can capable of handling the power requirement for these speakers. I was tossing between Denon AVR X4000 and Yamaha RX-V2075. Which one is most suitable for these speakers. I'm Open for any other brand model suggestions as well. Any advice is appreciated.
  19. Hi guys, I'm new to this forum and quality sound systems. I read may of the forum topics and found it has valuable information than more review sites :-). Currently I'm in process of building my Home Theater system 80% on movies and 20 % on music. I'm planning to buy Denon AVR-X4000 receiver and paradigm Studio 60 pair as starting point. Please let me hear what you think about this combination and any other suggestions.
  20. Hi all, Selling my Denon AVR-1912 . Price: $400 Immaculate condition. Comes with original box and all the accessories. Over 1yr remaining on Warranty. Has been a great amp with latest features - 3D, HDMI, Airplay etc. http://www.audioprod...her/AVR1912.pdf Located in South East Melbourne but can arrange courier delivery for a small fee. Also listed on Gumtree: http://www.gumtree.c...ver/1029053530# Thanks
  21. Hi all, I am interested in Denon and Marantz new Hi-Fi products, nice to meet you all
  22. Greetings All, I am looking to upgrade my stereo hifi system to a 5.1 or 7.1 home theatre system. Currently I own a NAD C370 Stereo Amplifier with Mission M74 floor standing stereo speakers. I am considering a Yamaha Aventage or Denon home theatre A/V receiver for surround sound, but would like to maintain the same or better audio quality I am enjoying with my current NAD amplifier. I realise I have the option of retaining the NAD amplifier for my stereo audio and buying a separate A/V receiver for video, however as my space is limited, I would also like to use my existing Mission stereo speakers as part of my home theatre configuration. I am after two pieces of advice: 1. Any recommendations for an A/V receiver to match or exceed the audio quality of the old NAD C370? 2. Can I mix home theatre rear, centre and sub woofer speakers with my Mission M74 pair? If so, any recommendations for a value for mone but quality speaker set up? Looking forward to your advice! ChilliMonkey P.S. The style of music I listen to with my current hifi set up is classical, jazz, instrumental and folk/world music, mostly.
  23. Hi all, looking forward to reading and contributing to forums and using classifieds. My current equipment mostly comprises Cyrus, Dynaudio, Denon. Oppo. Cheers, Huntsman
  24. Hi again guys. Im still having trouble choosing a pre/pro for my home theatre system and im looking for some help I currently have: ROTEL RMB 1095 AND RMB 1080 AMPS PARADIGM STUDIO 60'S, 40'S AND CC690 CENTRE VERSION 4 ONKYO SR876 RECEIVER SONY ES50 PROJECTOR AND 108' SCREENTECHNICS SCREEN I will only ever be using my system for 5.2 or possible 7.2 channel and bypass for 2 channel listening which is very important to me. Im looking to eliminate the onkyo receiver from my system and get a nice pre/pro to compliment my system. Pre/pro's that have cought my eye are: MARANTZ AV 7005 MARANTZ AV 7705 MARANTZ AV 8801 ROTEL RSP 1580 (WHICH I CAN GET FOR $2500, RETAIL OF ABOUT $4500) I dont know much about Marantz model numbers so it gets a little confusing, and is there Denon pre/pro's that are up with these ones i have listed that i should consider? Im looking to spend roughy around $1500-$2500 on either a new or used unit i dont mind either way. Im sure the Rotel would blend in with the rest of my system like a glove, but how would the likes of Marantz/Denon/Parasound etc be? * Would like all of the latest decoding and room correction etc/ The best audio and visual possible for my budget/ Any help very much appreciated, thanks guys. Heath.
  25. Quick question, is the Marantz AV7005 the same as the SR7005 (apart from the amp section)? I have a seperate power amp so i dont really need the amp section. I have found the AV7005 for about $1450 and the SR7005 for $1250 (refurbished) or about $1650 ex dispay. What are the differences of the 2 units and can they be found cheaper than the prices i have listed? And what does the SR7007 have besides 4K upscaling compared to the 7005's? Thanks in advance, Heath.
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