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  1. Further information: Jensen DX-260 dual 8'' active subwoofer, good condition, comes with a power cord Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  2. Further information: This Dynaudio Sub 600 was purchased brand new back in July 2019 at a well known HiFi store here in Adelaide. It was meant for a system set up upstairs at my property but this never came into existence due to renovations. (I had bought several items for a complete set up, Dyns special 40’s, Sub 600, Moon amp and Oppo 105D. I am looking to sell some of this gear here). It has unfortunately sat in the box for more than a year waiting for the right moment to be set up. But this will now not happen. I have unboxed it to listen to it. I have used it for about 30 to 40 min and then packed it back in the box. It’s in excellent condition. As new. Excellent build quality and bass is hit in your chest sound. Would rather sell locally but happy to post. Must pay for postage though. Analog Inputs: 1 x RCA LFE, 2 x RCA Stereo Analog Outputs: 1 x RCA Slave Out, 2 x RCA SAT Out Frequency Response (±3dB): 18Hz – 250Hz Box Principle: Sealed High Pass Filter: Flat / 60 / 80Hz Low Pass Filter: 50Hz -150Hz Phase Adjustment: 0/180 degrees Woofer: 30cm MSP Specification sheet for Sub part 1 Amplifier Power: 300W AC Power Input: 100-240V 50/60Hz Standby Power Consumption: < 0.5W Maximum Power Consumption: 325W Weight: 21kg / 46lb Dimensions (W x H x D): 350 x 370 x 420mm 13.8 x 14.6 x 16.5in Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  3. I was struggling to make 1 subwoofer work with 2 amps so I bought a 2nd sub, a Dayton Audio slim subwoofer. It's only 100 watts and a 10" downfiring driver. I wasn't expecting much but I gotta tell you I'm pretty pleased. Gain is at just under 12:00 and the crossover is set at 75. Placement was a breeze. No fuss at all. Seems downfiring speakers negate or minimize peaks and valleys in sound travel. My room is 10x14. It's perfect. I know what it is but for $159 it solved a problem and I don't feel like I'm making any sacrifices. Plus it goes anywhere. On it's side, end, under a couch or chair or even on the wall, though I'll pass on that.
  4. Further information: Owned from new, was used with a set of KEF HTC 3001 SE speakers for a very compact 2.1 music system but could easily be used on its own integrated into a HT system or any 2ch system. retail was around $899, from memory I paid $700 for it new. It’s a sealed subwoofer and very compact at only approx. 28x28x28 cm. pickup preferred as I don’t have the original box, otherwise freight at buyers cost. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  5. I am in the process of building a scoop design subwoofer with a 1600 watt Celestion driver. I am seeking advice for how to power my sub once I have built it. I am looking at a Peavey PV2600 which can be bridged for a total 8 ohm output of 1800 watts. Since there is only one driver I am planning to use that option, I have read online that I can run this power to the one white mono channel on the driver. I am looking to find out if once I am running 1800 watts from the amp, how will I adjust the wattage to 1600 from 1800? I would really appreciate some help with this.
  6. Further information: Downsizing studio (mixers etc) and also my various speakers etc. One of the dust caps on 601s is broken but does not affect the sound at all. Included are good quality (unopened) crossover parts for DIY crossover improvement (to enhance the sound). Easy to do following on-line guide (or sell parts). The Sonic Solutions PB100 subwoofer is designed by B&W and built in UK. Cross-over frequency seems OK for the 601s3. Selling with studio amp (see seperate advert; Hafler P1000) and Preamp (see seperate advert; Perreaux SM2). Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  7. Item: Power Sound Audio XS30SE Subwoofer Price Range: $1000 to $1500 condition dependent. Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Perth local would be ideal, as would Espresso finish, but any will do.
  8. Hi Guys, another newbie question. I've been after some speaker wire. i've seen people use cat5/cat6 and all that but i think i'd just stick to standard speaker wires. I'll be using the furthest speaker with about 17-18m because of how the speaker wire needs to be routed. All speakers are rated at 150W but the Front ones that are rated at 250W. the amp will be set under the TV and the only wires to be routed to the right will be the front right and the Surround right all other ones will have to be routed through the left passing from the TV through Subwoofer, front left, surround left, back left and back right (about 17m) unfortunately the house is rented and i cannot drill foor/wall/ceiling. I've read online that i would need 14 Gauge wiring for the speakers but didnt say anything about distance. was just power and ohms. Would it be ok to use 12Gauge instead of 14 gauge? would that have any implications ? or better to just stick with 14 gauge? would anyone have any suggestions on wire to buy that wouldnt be that expensive? what are the thoughts on ugly? https://www.selby.com.au/brands/ugly-cable/ugly-12-awg-speaker-cable-420-strands-ug12.html have anyone used knukonceptz ? http://www.knukonceptz.com/home-theater/speaker-wire/kord-speaker-wire/sp/kord-ultra-flex-12-gauge-speaker-wire-100/ I think i'll need in total about 70-75m of wiring so can get expensive fast. the idea is to use banana plugs for everything. i would probably use the same wire with RCA connector for the sub. current setup: Front: NHT C4 Centre: Gale 20 Back & Surround: Axis LS28 Subwoofer: Sound Dynamics THS-10 TV FL S C FR SL SR BL BR distance from amp: C(enter): 3-4m to be able to route through the tv unit S(ub): 4m FL: 5m FR: 6m SL: 10m SR: 12m BL: 14m BR: 18m
  9. HI all. I have a stereo Setup (Denon DRA-375RD and Wharfedale Diamond 9.5) which i am relatively happy with for the time being (with the little one running around). It is mainly used for music but is also plugged into the TV for when we watch movies. The room is around 20sqm I was thinking of adding a smallish sub to compliment the system using high level inputs as the amp does not have a sub out. What would people recommend for a sub $500 sub, i dont mind purchasing second hand as i will eventually do proper HT when the little one grows up a bit. I would predominantly want it for music but also be able to perform when watching movies (that is more important than sounding good with movies and poor with music) Cheers, Luke
  10. So i searched the web trying to find the best way to set up a subwoofer with a variable phase dial for a 2 channel system as i was having difficulties, when i stumbled accross this and thought it might interest people. Pretty easy and makes sense really. i got the same results set to 140 and they are perfectly in sync and sounds the best i have heard my set up its amazing. If anyone else has any worthwhile hacks i would love to here them. Also curious as quite new to subwoofers why all subs dont have a variable phase? He used this audio cd to find the frequency he needed https://www.amazon.com/Sheffield-A2TnB-Test-Disc-My/dp/B000V93NKY I just used this one and selected the range i wanted to use This is a quote straight from the post. Most subwoofer users understand the need for a continuously variable phase control to help greatly with the setup and integration with the main speakers. (FYI setting crossover and levels is easier to do and should be done first) . In the past I have used room measurements to set the phase control- rotate the knob until the response is flattest- with decent success. More recently I used the concept of "timing" the subwoofer and main speakers by playing a track with constant beats- then rotating the phase control until it sounds synchronized or strongest. This worked well but seems to work better with limited range monitor speakers and not so well with fuller range towers. Many sites suggest that you "adjust until the bass sounds loudest" . This isn't the best idea because you could be adjusting such that you are creating a summed peak in the response. Having just added (2) subs to my system I recalled my mobile audio days as to how to best set the phase of the subwoofers. Here is what I did (two subwoofers). You can use the same method with a single sub as well. 1) Reverse the leads of the main speakers so that (+) goes to (-) and vice versa. 2) Shift balance to that side (e.g. right speaker, right sub) 3) Use a demo disk (see below) and play the test tone that corresponds to your crossover frequency. In my case the frequency is 63Hz. 4) Rotate the phase control gradually until the tone is as silent as possible at your listening position. The main will be out of phase with the sub and the two will cancel each other. I did this with the right sub/speaker set and the 63Hz tone became silent between 120 -degrees and 160 -degrees on the app / dial. I set it to 14o degrees, dead even between the two. For the left speaker and sub the 63Hz tone became silent at 180-degrees. 5) Reverse the leads back to normal on the main speakers- and WOW! A completely integrated and sweet sounding speaker system! The bass became smooth, continuous, warm and effortless. Punches are completely in sync and powerful without effort, sustained notes are smooth and decay so naturally. There are no signs of separation between subs and mains. They act as "one" more than I have ever heard. By far the best method i have ever used to integrate a subwoofer.
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    Item: Price Range: Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info:I have a Klipsch 25 c centre,floor standing 28 icon series. 14s surrounds.sw 450 sub. The sub is good more movies but not that good for music. Looking to upgrade with an enclosed sub.suggestions please. I have svs sb2000 in mind Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  12. Further information: Re-posted with lower price. Cherry wood veneer color. This is the first edition that uses a bigger box, down-firing. It makes for a good looking side table! Review of this edition link below: https://hometheaterhifi.com/volume_13_1/svs-pb12-plus-subwoofer-1-2006-part-1.html Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  13. Further information: Up for sale are my 2 (small factor) subwoofers. These have a 12" down firing woofer with two 10" passive radiators on the side. Items can be split, and one of them has some more markings on the top than the other and will be cheaper priced. They both have build in EQ but you need to buy the paradigm PBK mic to be able to use it. (not included) Both can be shipped into their original packaging. Specifications can be found here https://www.paradigm.com/en/sealed/ultracube-12 Thanks to its design and use of passive radiators (also makes for great handles for carrying) these are rather small in size which makes them easy to fit into a common living room, and having 2 subs you are better equipped to deal with room modes, and you get a 6dB increase, compared to one sub. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  14. Further information: Rrp: $4199. Bought as a store demo 3 months ago. In perfect working condition. The unit has some cosmetic damage shown in the top cover (pictured) and there is one tiny 5mm hole in the cylinder cloth material. I have the original box and accessories - foam inserts. Prefer local sale as it's very big and heavy. Interstate sale possible but buyer to organize courier. Updated with 2 extra pictures of the 5mm mesh hole, one is a close up, other is zoomed out. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  15. My current system consists of a pair of Infinity reference 152 speakers powered by a (recently purchased) Primare Prisma i15 integrated amp. I'd like to get more out of the setup, potentially with a sub. However, I live in an apartment, so volume levels can't be super loud. The listening space is also rather small - 4.5 x 7m room with the speakers facing in the narrow direction. Will a sub enhance the base performance of my system, even at low to medium volumes? Does deep bass penetrate walls to the chagrin of neighbours? Would I be better off investing in a higher-end pair of speakers? If a sub does fit into my setup, what are some criteria for choosing a good one? Any specific suggestions?
  16. Item: Looking for a subwoofer for my LS50 Wireless. Prefer SVS or KEF Kubes Price Range: $400- $1500 depending upon the model and condition Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: I am after SVS or KEF subwoofers to pair with my LS50 wireless speakers. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me if you have any other subs which are good for music and a bit of movies. Location: Melbourne, Victoria. (Can pick up in and around Melbourne) Cheers, Praveen
  17. Further information: In good working condition with no known faults. Good cosmetic condition. No cracks or holes. Barely any scratches/marks. Purchased brand new from a high end stereo retailer. Include five palm-size speakers, a compact subwoofer cube and a step down transformer. For specs, please refer to: https://www.crutchfield.com/S-ei4Br3GsXYQ/p_653MX51B/Mirage-MX-5-1.html Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  18. Hi all, At the moment, I have a Klein DAC III feeding a Primaluna Prologue Premium preamp feeding a Musical Fidelity A5CR power amp into Audio Physic Classic 30s. I have a definite technology Supercube 3 subwoofer and want to attach it to the system. What is the best way to do this? The preamp does not have a pre-out. Do I have to run speaker cables in parallel from the preamp, or is there a neater solution? Cheers,
  19. Further information: Paradigm UltraCube 10 - Purchased from Eastwood Hifi about 5 years ago. Minimal use in a dedicated HT room. Non smoking home. DESIGN Single high-excursion driver, dual passive radiators, built-in advanced Class-D™ amplifier, USB Port / PBK Interface AMPLIFIER 1950 watts Dynamic Peak / 650 watts RMS AMPLIFIER FEATURES Auto-On / Off, soft clipping, thermal protection, electrical shorting protection LOW FREQUENCY DRIVER 254-mm (10 in) RCR™ mineral-filled co-polymer polypropylene cone, 38-mm (1-1/2 in) 4-layer voice-coil, dual spiders, AVS™ die-cast heatsink chassis FINISH Black Ash WEIGHT 13.3 kg LOW FREQUENCY EXTENSION 22 Hz (DIN) LOW PASS FILTER FREQUENCY Variable 40 Hz - 150 Hz; Bypass Option SUB / SAT PHASE ALIGNMENT Variable 0° - 180° INPUTSRCA (L/R-Mono) for L/R Line-Out or Sub-Out / LFE-Out of receiver, processor or other line-level source PASSIVE RADIATORS Dual 229-mm (9 in) balanced-plane, high-velocity passive radiators DIMENSIONS 32.9cm × 29.2cm × 29.2cm Photos:
  20. Further information: Just got this last week from stereonet only to find out i went to big for room. So selling it to go smaller. This is the description from last seller Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  21. Further information: Selling for the widow of a mate who left us last year. We found this stashed under one of his office tables. It was still a sealed box! We opened it last week only to find what it was. It has never been powered up and is absolutely brand new. Only taken out of the box by me today to take pics. Made in DENMARK, not China. -It has a downfiring PAPER cone. (not plastic rubbish) So tone will be streets ahead of most subs. -100W amp -It also features fully adjustable phase anywhere from 0 to 180 degrees. This is something every sub should have. Not just a "in or out of phase" switch that is next to useless! -Frequency cutoff is a very useable 40 - 150hZ and it has a gain switch too, all conveniently positioned on the back and easy to reach and tweak. -Colour is silver. These units retailed for $695. Cheapest I can find anywhere is $418. Happy to post this anywhere at cost. 12.5kgs Pickup anytime preferred of course. Any questions, just ask. Add powerful bass to your movie soundtracks, with the Jamo A5SUB. This model is rated at 100W and features an 8`` long-throw bass driver. Specifications: System: Active Subwoofer, Bass Reflex design Woofer: 8`` / 203mm Amp Rated output: 100W Frequency Range: 35 - 150 Hz Upper cutoff frequency: Adjustable 40 - 150 Hz Maximum SPL: 104dB Phase: Adjustable 0 - 180 degreesset Dimensions (WxHxD): 390 x 237 x 491 mm Weight: 10.8kg
  22. I am selling several items for a mate's widow. My mate died about 12 months ago and she is now discovering stuff everywhere... Happy to ship this at cost to the buyer. So this is a brand new in box Mordaunt Short sub. The box is still sealed! Colour on box indicates that it is maple. I am not familiar with this item, so here are some specs from the net. At a quick glance, it has a 10" long throw driver with a 100w amp. Mordaunt Short MS907W 100W Powered Subwoofer (Maple) Recommended Retail Price (RRP) - $799 as of June 2017 based on a new product. MS907W is a reliable subwoofer, which can be successfully used in both small and quite big rooms. Specification Frequency Response: 23Hz-150Hz Sensitivity: Line in, 100mV (for max output)Hi Level in, 5V (for max Output) Power: 100 Watts Mains Voltage: 220 - 240 Volts 50 - 60 Hz Power Consumption: 250 Watts Drivers: 10`` Shielded Long throw wooferCrossover Type: Continuous/Active Size (H x W x D) mm: 370 x 370 x 370 (mm) Weight: 15.3kg http://www.hifi-review.com/151897-mordaunt-short-907w.html please note - first two pics are from the net, as box is still sealed.
  23. Hi all, I have just bought a new Edifier S350DB speaker. But in some songs, my subwoofer emits some strange sound like rattling sound. The first song that I recorded when playing "Infinity Ink - Infinity (Dubdogz & Bhaskar Remix) (Bass Boosted)" https://youtu.be/JUh79963OM8 The second song: "Imany feat. Filatov & Karas - Don't Be So Shy" https://youtu.be/ebdSL8IABUY Does my subwoofer have any problem? Thanks!
  24. So I am getting two subwoofers SVS PB-2000 Pro : Ported with dimensions 440mm(W) x 571mm(D) Martin Logan Dynamo 1100: Sealed with Dimensions 380mm(W) x 411mm(D) Room: 5800mm(L) x 3500mm(W) x 2700mm(H). Screen drop from a bulkhead which is probably going to 5500mm Reading few guides, it recommends ideally to have the two subs diagonal in the room if possible. I have a L shape couch with the end finishing at approx 3140mm and the wall is 3500mm. So gives me approx 360mm between sofa and wall. Neither will fit. So I will have to move the couch in-front to accomodate a sub at the back. Which will mean to move the couch at-least 600mm (depending on sub) + 100-200mm due to the curtain for it to close and not over the sub. So assuming 800-1000mm which means the sitting position has already lost a meter in a room which is length of approx 5500mm from the drop screen for 130". So makes the viewing distance roughly 4m or around for that screen size. So the questions are Should I put a subwoofer diagonally behind or just keep both in front? Which one should it at the back? Ported or Sealed? Or doesn't matter? If I put it behind the sofa, should there be need for it to have some space to breath right and can't stick the sofa right on the cone? Or just put the sub sideways and thus stick the sofa right to the sub? Should I put the 2nd sub in front (behind the screen as it drops) or in the middle of length of the room where the sofa ends (so a middle room sub and front room sub / back room sub) Just trying to see what size cable I need to buy depending on the position of the two subs. I can't try it right now due to the house not ready so trying to guesstimate it here. Otherwise I will have to buy maximum lengths cable (approx 15m to go around to back and another 10m for middle room placement) and then just warp up the waste if all in front room. I want to avoid really large cables and then waste on behind the cabinet if possible. Just becomes a mess. Attached guide from SVS for subwoofer placement
  25. Further information: condition as pictured, would make an awesome project at home No electronics and the condition of the woofer unknown Photos:
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