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  1. Further information: RCA cable with low capacitance https://www.bluejeanscable.com/store/audio/LC1-design-notes.htm Photos:
  2. Further information: Review as below https://6moons.com/audioreviews2/wireworld/4.html Shipping is included in sale price Australia wide. Paypal will pay as friend, so no need to pay fee. Will contribute to SNA. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Further information: This is one of the original Ortofon cables , blue , SPK 300 , 3.7 meters long with real bananas on each end ...if you need spades , I have some Neotech's here which I could fit....bought this cable recently here on SNA but plans changed ...so bargain here !!!! PS Have a slightly dearer Organic Audio Speaker Cable and a very good Power Cable also for sale if you want to combine ...!!! Thanks Helmut Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Extra Info: Priced for a quick sale, these are $10k new! Purchased these last year & been simply amazed by their refinement & the improvement they made in my system. Sad to say, they’re now just too short for my current setup. This is the reference loudspeaker cable from ETI Eichmann with this topping the 5 models in the range (Q Ref, Q3000, Q100, Q500, Q100). This worked perfectly with my Martin Logan Monolith/ME 850’s. It is a hybrid technology using both pure silver and copper: " The hand-wound 99.99% solid silver ground conductor uses what ETI calls ‘Ground Nulling Circuitry’ (GnC). Keith Eichmann’s research has produced a proprietary Ground Nulling Circuit (GnC™) which actively works to maintain a quiescent zero Voltage state across the ground, protecting the signal conductor from ground induced capacitance and inductance. This facilitates smooth uninterrupted signal flow from one component to another, effectively isolates them and allows them to perform their tasks without interference. With each higher model in the range, the GnC™ grows in size, complexity, and sophistication." There was a review in six moons of the lower model (Q100) in the range (http://6moons.com/audioreviews/eti/1.html "ETI cables present a very black background against which music emerged with ease, clarity and flow. There may be something to this ‘ground nulling circuitry’ biz. My cable collection seems to constantly proliferate so there were plenty of contenders for comparison purposes. The ETI cables shone for their utter transparency and strict neutrality. There were no embellishments nor imbalances that would reveal or expose certain frequency anomalies. Music just flowed unimpeded, unedited and unsoiled.” They have been advertised used when you can get them for $3k in Europe and North America. I am selling these for what I paid. I consider them very good buying at this price & I’ll probably regret selling in the future ... Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  5. Hello friends, Started using Fiio E17 as DAC to my stereo listening with vintage Rotel Amp. Currently connected mobile using 3.5mm jack out from to Fiio AUX in to fed source from Tidal. Which is 14/48khz Now wish to fed from mobile 3.5 mm jack/ android USB C to Fiio S/PIDF in. So it will fed 24/96. Do we have wire with like 3.5mm to S/PDIF in or USB C to S/PDIF in. Along with DAC I got few connectors attached images Any help will be much helpful. Excuse me if it's a invalid question. Thanks
  6. Hello Geoff, I have noticed you stock Fibbr cables! I just wanted to say G'day and tell you that I have used these cables before , when using long HDMI cables (10m +) there is always the unknown and the last thing you want is a cable that drops picture every now and then because you are pushing the limits of the bandwidth when playing 4K content, the Fibbr cables are amazing, not only are they extremely robust with an incredible bend radius, they just don't drop out! Anyways, thought I'd add my 2 cents, BTW - have you got some specials on ATM? I will be down your way soon and I might pick up some cables when I visit the new store
  7. Item: Focal Clear + Questyle CMA400i + Questyle stand + 1.2m aurealis 24 gauge litz xlr cable + matching XLR to 2.5m adaptor + 5m audioquest evergreen USB cable. Location: 2030, Sydney Price: $2200 AUD + $100 for postage and paypal fees if delivery needed Item Condition: 9/10 - Pads a tiny bit darker than stock but have been regularly cleaned. Reason for selling: Introduced to Vintage Stax Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: The focal clear was originally purchased 24/05/19 (invoice available at request). Both drivers were replaced in the focal clear on 19/10/19 due to rattling in the left driver when playing tracks with low frequency content (rma and image of box available at request). Questyle CMA400i originally purchased 26/08/19 from minidisc (invoice available at request). Questyle Stand originally purchased 14/10/19 from minidisc (invoice available at request). Aurealis cable (UPOCC copper Litz 24 awg. Amphenol 3.5 mm TRS at headphone end, Amphenol 4-pin XLR (AX4M) at source end) Originally Purchased 25/10/19 Aurealis xlr adaptor (UPOCC copper Litz 24 awg with matching amphenol xlr connector) purchased some time after the regular xlr cable. Invoice unavailable. Audioquest USB cable was purchased soon after the Questyle CMA400i. The Questyle did not come with a stock USB cable. The focal clears have a nice sound-stage. Not artificially wide like the HD800, but not narrow either. It has a laid back and relaxed sound that you can listen to for hours without being fatigued. They are quite easy to drive which makes them quite portable, easily runs off a DAP. The sound is quite spectacular in this pairing. I spent quite some time demo'ing various amplifiers at minidisc before settling with the CMA400i. It has a very beautiful and emotional sound to it, easily driving the clears with its Current mode tech. Please note, all three of the stock cables broke with audio missing from one channel. Reading online, this was a very common occurrence and frankly the stock cables were extremely irritating to use in the first place. New value of this package is $2200 + $1300 + $100 + $355 + $85 + $140 = $4280 Kind Regards, Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  8. Being an audio visual and technology fan, one tends to have many devices and of course lots of cables to go along with it. So in my listing/watching entertainment unit i have a mess of cables behind. I tried once before to reorganize and manage them better but it's still a disaster back there and over time i have added and removed devices making it even more of a mess, not to mention the potential for interference between cables etc. due to coils. Therefore i believe that the best course of action is to pull every cable out and start over. So my question is would it be best making all cables custom myself to the exact lengths? As to remove all excess. If so is there like a universal type of connection method? Or am I going to have to buy a termination tool for each type of connection? ie. Hdmi, usb, rca, power, ethernet etc. Or is there some better way to organize cables that I'm overlooking? What do you do to organize your cables? Or is it out of sight out of mind type thing? Thought i would ask you guys before i started researching about cables and connectors and the tools to terminate said cable's/connectors. Thanks in advance. i will now commence the Googles while i await your replies 😁
  9. Item: Audioquest Midnight Plus speaker cables 1.8M Location: Melbourne Price: $180 Item Condition: very good Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Audioquest solid copper cables, very nice sounding. Moved to an active system so they’re no longer needed.
  10. Has anyone compared The Rock, The Hill and/or The Mountain interconnects by Van den Hul? I would be interested to hear your descriptions of the sonic differences between them.
  11. Item: Graham Slee Lautus interconnects (RCA), 1.5m pair with ground (1.5 is sold) and 4.5m pair. Location: Perth Price: $180, free post within Aus. Donation to SNA. Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: no longer needed. Payment Method: EFT, PayPal Extra Info: I had both of these cables made up for me by Graham Slee in England. The Lautus is an OFC cable with ferrite nodes along the length. The website will tell you more about how they’re built. I don’t know how the magic of the ferrite nodes work, but I like them. In my system, I found these cables to be be very open, with a warm mid to lower mid that really suits vox and acoustic instruments, and crisp, light, airy highs. A really deep and wide soundstage. They are a little more relaxed than some of my other cables. Nothing harsh or boomy or in-your-face about them at all IMO. The 1.5m was made up for my turntable at the time, and it has a grounding wire, but it can be used in any position in the chain. It’s not a specialty turntable cable. (1.5 is Sold) The 4.5m suited a run I needed between a phono stage and amp (but now don’t). The cable suited that long run well. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
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