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  1. Item Number 1: JW Audio Cryo Nova speaker cables, 2.5m pair, bi-wire (don't miss the bi-wire bit, it's important) Location: Nanango 4615 Price: $45 (includes postage to the eastern states of Oz) Now Sold. Item Condition: As new. Reason for selling: Bought them for my Osborn Eclipse speakers way back when, just found them again during a clean out of my cable box. Can't use them now as I don't have speakers that are bi-wireable. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Link to manufacturers site: https://www.jwaudio.net/Cryo-Nova-Speaker-Cables.html Pictures: Item Number 2: QED Silver Anniversary XT Bi-Wire SPOFC with X-Tube Technology. 2.7 meters long. Location: Nanango 4615 Price: $55 Now sold. Item Condition: Excellent and unused. Reason for selling: Uncovered them in the same box as the JW pair above. Unused for many years so out they go. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures: Item: Little Blue Penguin's Taranui speaker cables, NOT bi-wired. These are plaited Cat-5 speaker cables. Location: Nanango 4615 Price: $50 per pair plus postage (postage on these might be a bit high, they weigh 2kg per pair and are probably going to have to be boxed as they certainly can't be rolled up very tight) Item Condition: As new, one pair still has the shrink wrap covers on the banana plugs. Reason for selling: Again, sitting in a box for far too long. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These cables are about as thick as a 20 cent piece. Pictures:
  2. Item: Speaker Cable by Tara Labs, Prism Omni ST Bi-Wire, SA-OF8N Copper, Pressure Grouped Conductor, SVPE Dielectric, 8.5 meters long, Factory Terminated Banana Plugs. Location: Sydney 2009 Price: $270 + Postage for one 8.5m cable Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Selling old system and moving to wireless Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Shipping - Direct Debit Extra Info: I am selling three of these 8.5m speaker cables. Two of the cables have banana plugs suitable for the left or right speakers. One of the cables have banana plugs suitable for a centre speaker. You could add your own banana plugs to suit your own configuration needs. You could also cut the cables to suit your own needs, for instance one 8.5m cable could be cut into two 4.25m cables to cover the distance between your amp and your left/right speakers Happy to help if you have questions... Pictures:
  3. Item: Chord Epic Super Twin (bi-wire) speaker cables - 2M Location: Sydney Price: SOLD Item Condition: Very good (9/10) Reason for selling: A different direction Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, EFT, Paypal (+ fee) Extra Info: For sale is a pair of bi-wire (factory terminated) Chord Epic speaker cables, the Chord Epic Super Twin. Otherwise known in these parts as "the hosepipes". These Chord Company cables were made as either standard single wire (Epic) or bi-wire (Epic Super Twin). For example (new): https://www.lifestylestore.com.au/chord-epic-twin-3m-pair-factory-terminated.html Reviewers have said: (Techradar) "This is a modestly thick cable (10mm in diameter) but it is very tractable and certainly less bulky than Chord's other new cable, Epic Super Twin. This cable mirrors the construction of Epic Twin but doubles up the conductors, making it ideal for bi-wiring or 'shotgunning', where two sets of cable are connected to one set of 4mm plugs. Interestingly, the two cables have much the same aural fingerprint, which is best summed up as being musical without being noticeably 'hi-fi'. There is no sheen or edge to this cable, rather it has a relaxed quality, with a full and solid bass, but not so full it sounds anything less than well controlled. By the same token, it is a detailed-sounding cable, but not in the hyper-analytical sense in which the term is often used for some true high-end cables. It's not the sort of cable to startle you in any particular way; it's just always a pleasure to listen to. But you will find it takes a long time to fully burn in - not unknown with previous Chord cables." (https://www.techradar.com/au/reviews/audio-visual/hi-fi-and-audio/hi-fi-accessories/chord-co-epic-twin-93958/review) (Hifi Choice) "To sum up these cables in one word, they are 'musical'. In short, they are quite simply a superb sounding set of speaker cables." (https://www.chord.co.uk/product-review-epic-twin-speaker-cable-hi-fi-choice-sept-2014/) Pictures:
  4. Item: MIT TERMINATOR 2 bi-wire SPEAKER CABLES 3m pair Location: Sydney West 2190 Price: $365 (priced cheap for a quick sale) Item Condition: Good, 100% working Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Up for sale is a pair of 3m MIT Terminator 2 bi-wire speaker cables, banana on all ends. Local pick up welcome, I don't have the original box but can be pack well for interstate shipping. Sydney metro courier cost $9, interstate postage $18. Happy to answer what I know. Thank you for stopping by. Pictures:
  5. Item: 65% OFF ARCUS Bi-Wire 2.5m SPEAKER CABLES ONLY 3 AVAILABLE Location: 590 Burwood Road HAWTHORN Price: WAS $850 NOW $295 STEREO NETTERS ONLY Item Condition: BRAND NEW IN BOX Payment Method: CASH | MASTER CARD | VISA CARD | EFTPOS | Extra Info: SUPER SPECIALS ANNOUNCED PERIODICALLY! Pictures:
  6. Item: Pair of 2.5 meter Audio Principe Bi-Wire Cat5e Quad Braided Speaker Cables Location: Melbourne Price: $100 with free postage Australia wide Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: I sold my bi-wire speakers last year and haven't used these cables since Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - More info here: http://audioprincipe.com.au/speaker-cables/cat5e-bi-wire-quad-braided-speaker-cables/ - See photos Pictures:
  7. I recently acquired a Marantz PM11S1 integrated and have been running it with my ProAc Response 3.5 in the main system. I wanted to try a sleek integrated solution with high WAF. Evidently the silver Marantz has higher WAF than the black Acurus DIA100. First impression was of a sound reminiscent of the Primare i30. Clean and inoffensive but lacking the valve sound (colouration) of the Tempest. That is a statement of my personal preference - not a judgement! I decided to bi-wire using the amplifier's second pair of speaker posts. Simply select Speakers A + B and away you go. What A Difference! The mids and highs are indistinguishable from my Tablette Reference 8 (my personal benchmark) but bass is significantly tighter. Everything sounds more defined. This is at odds with my last attempt at bi-wiring which resulted in no discernible change in sound. I had given up on bi-wiring after that episode. The same speaker cables are being utilised as per the past experiment. http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/23237-biwiring-question/?hl=bi-wire Currently listening to Goldfrapp and it is just beautiful. I intend to work through a broad selection of my music library covering a wide spectrum of genres. I am really enjoying the PM11S1. Not much is going to get done today...
  8. Item: 1 Pair of Gecko Wire 2.5meter bi-wire speaker cables. Location: Melbourne, Victoria Price: $100.00 Item Condition: Used only once, (briefly). Reason for selling: Have since purchased other speaker cables.. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash or Paypal. Extra Info: High performance Bi-wire speaker cable features an extreme high purity solid copper conductor. Quad shield insulation prevent noise lose. Pre connected with premium screw in spade connectors. Pictures:
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