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  1. Item: Kef Muo Portable Bluetooth Speaker Location: Glen Waverley Price: $250 (RRP: $399) Item Condition: Brand New (unopened in original shrink wrap) Reason for selling: I already have one Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: One of the best compact bluetooth speakers there is. I also have a Dali Katch but it's a lot bigger and less portable. I bring my (other) muo everywhere I go. To different rooms in my house, even to work. I put it in my backpack, bring it to BBQs, etc. It sounds great and is super practical. Winner of WhatHifi Product of the Year 2015 for Bluetooth Speakers. Selling here cheaper than my other listings in other places. Will donate to SNA upon sale. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Love this thing so much, thought i'd put a review out there............ Components Panasonic TV Sony PS3 Foxtel IQHD Yamaha AVR Activities "Watch Foxtel" [Foxtel - satellite - tuner] "Play PS3/Blu-ray" "Watch TV (FTA HD)" [TV tuner] "Listen to Music (Streaming)" "Listen to Music (Tuner)" Setup... HUB placement: All devices bar the TV (rarely worked) responded to the HUB. So the IR Booster was needed.... http://imgur.com/qXu9g84 IR Booster placement: TV responds every time with the Booster placed just beneath/in front of the TV.... http://imgur.com/Le3PGyo HT components... http://imgur.com/LO2KnP9 Remote...Great little thing - thin, well laid out & has a grippy, beach-pebble-like feel on the underside & lower front section, as seen below.... http://imgur.com/9xPEWBb This is Harmony's 'low-end' Bluetooth-supported Universal Remote. Though not cheap (RRP $180, but should be found for $120-$130 at many retailers), it is what those with a similar setup to mine want. Mine is not the most complex, nor the most straight-forward home theatre setup - due to the Foxtel satellite service, to access HD Free-to-Air channels, there's a need to switch to the TV's tuner. SD Free-to-Air channels are then accessed via the Foxtel IQHD tuner. & then there's the switch to/from the PS3. The Harmony Smart Control (HSC) handles all input/device switches easily & fast enough, turning on/off all relevant devices, whether they be IR or Bluetooth...every time, anywhere in the house (WiFi) or abroad (Cellular) - I didn't realise this last feature; due to the HSC syncing via Harmony servers, it allows you to - via the internet - turn any Activity on/off whilst away from home. So it works - one remote to turn all required devices on & off....no worries there. But the added benefits are in the configurable settings; You can add commands to the remaining unused remote buttons. For eg. To access Subtitles before, I had to use the PS3 controller & press 6 buttons to get to them. Now, 1 button does the job. You can adjust the order at which components turn on, the time it takes for them to respond to on/off commands, edit button layouts in the App, add/edit gestures within the App (1 or 2 finger gestures supported) add favourite channels/logos (FTA & Foxtel) to the App..See below... Foxtel screenshot (iPad)... http://imgur.com/fND3tRb FTA Screenshot (iPad)... http://imgur.com/f8ZrbyO Foxtel Screenshot (iPhone 6S)... http://imgur.com/jGA047S Music streaming is also user-friendly - I use Apples Music App/Spotify/Apple Music all via Apple AirPlay...& controlling the pause/play/next/previous/volume etc. of the music via either HSC remotes is too easy...as it should be. In summary, it's a brilliant thing. I'm using the supplied remote mostly, but the more I customise the App (like being able to leave the phone on in a dimmed state whilst the App is running, preventing need to unlock the phone), the more appealing it becomes. Having the option there is what you want though - to use the physical remote or App on phone/tablet. Most reviews online state it takes awhile to set up....I didn't think it was too bad. Maybe an hour to 1:20 for initial setup (to get the basic Devices & Activities registered). Add another hour to tweak things to how you want & it's pretty much set. It can take a bit to navigate the menus to find that setting you want to change, mainly due to there being so much you can do within the software. But after using it more often, you become familiar with the GUI. 3 remotes & 1 games controller now become 1. 9/10.
  3. Item: Bowers and Wilkins PX noise cancelling headphones Location: Melbourne Price: 299 Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: downsizing Payment Method: paypal Extra Info: These Px cans are some of the best sounding wireless headphones available. Check out this review https://www.whathifi.com/bw/px/review. The headphones are in excellent condition. Please note this sale is for just the headphones the retail for 550 dollars . Pictures:
  4. Item: Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H8i Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth On-Ear Wireless Headphone Location: Sydney, NSW Price: $349 AUD (including postage / paypal fees) Item Condition: This unit was purchased from Minidisc in Australia in April 2018 and is in excellent condition, with only minor signs of use as pictured. Original purchase receipt is included for warranty. Reason for selling: No longer needed. Payment Method: Paypal Extra Info: This is a compact on-ear wireless headphone with great sound - punchy bass and a nice clear sound for vocals. I personally preferred the sound of the H8i over the H9i when I tried both, as the H8i has a richer, warmer tone. The headphone also has a great 30 hour battery life and excellent standby time, with fast USB-C charging. Pictures:
  5. Item: FS Pro-ject Maia Integrated Amplifier(silver) Location:3166 Victoria Oakleigh Price: $380.00 inc shipping Item Condition: 9/10 as new Reason for selling:Too Many Amps Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info:Great Sounding Amplifier for its size Class D 2+37 watts @4 ohm 2+25 watts @8 ohm Has 9 inputs digital /optical usb 24bit/192 khz input / coax /analog rca /phono mm/ 4th Gen Bluetooth aptx can also be used as a headphone amp Variable output for subwoofer or external power amp Excellent build Quality Boxed/Remote control / still under warranty Pictures:
  6. Item: bluetooth bt100 Location: sydney, campsie Price: $50 Item Condition: 10/10 Reason for selling: not used enough Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info:hi guys i paid $135 from appolo hifi.. looking for only $50 !! great price for a new product. This is for any cambridge product. It has apt x so if you have a good quality external (dac) then it is comparable to flac files. 44.1 Thanks Pictures:
  7. Item: Bowers And Wilkins T7 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (black) + T7 Case included-as pictured** Location: SydneyPrice: SOLD Item Condition: Absolute Mint, used once -kept boxed Reason for selling: Was gift but I have no need/use for it Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: High-quality sound. Wherever you go. With 18 hours of playback on a single charge and high-resolution, crystal-clear audio, T7 Wireless Bluetooth® speaker turns any environment into a theatre of sound. “Impressively compact for how powerful it is. Small, well built, and really good looking.” WIRED Pictures:
  8. A very superficial/brief description if I may: This product transmits content from a portable device to your earphones via a Bluetooth codec referred to as aptX-HD. aptX-HD is desirable over the standard SBC codec as it allows a higher bit-rate of 576 kbit/s and supports high-definition audio up to 48 kHz sampling rates and sample resolutions up to 24 bits. The below outlines the inbuilt amplification and digital-to-analogue converter specifications I've taken from the Amazon listing: 24bit Bluetooth receiver designed to deliver studio-quality sound through your ears WIRELESS - using your existing wired headphones, earphones or even speakers. Dimension 1 x 2 x 0.5 inch / Weight 20g / 14 hours of continuous playback / Dedicated app featured with 10 band EQ and Ambient mode / USB audio playback / device firmware update Including 2 independent Hi-fi DACs and Amplifiers (Asahi Kasei AK4375a) – the optimal Dual DACs/AMP design for both single-ended and full-differential outputs Analog volume control allows to keep the optimal audio performance even at low volume level using Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA) which is known for the best way to control the volume. Built-in microphone supports answering calls while using earphones without a microphone I currently have one en-route (via ShopMate as it doesn't ship directly to Australia) and wanted to raise awareness/start a discussion on this relatively new product as it looks quite promising. *I've hyperlinked the important stuff
  9. Item: Harmon Kardon Bluetooth Adaptor HK-BTA10 Location: Sydney Price: $39.00 Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: No longer needed (was only used in my previous car) Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Item was bought from Amazon.com and comes in original box with a mains adaptor (never used) with US plugs. A mini USB to USB and a 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm jack audio cables are also included (never used) as is the use guide (never opened). Pickup can be arranged from Potts Point or Wentworth Falls. http://www.harmankardon.com.au/BTA+10.html?dwvar_BTA 10_color=Black-EMEA-Current#start=1 Pictures:
  10. I'm after recommendations for a good bluetooth speaker system for my phone/computer for my bedroom. Budget under $500. I listen to mainly classical music and female vocals like Aimee Mann. I was thinking of placing my valve amp system in my room and using cable to connect. But there's just going to be too messy at the moment. Anyhow, I'm just after something simple to operate and sounds good.
  11. Item: Sennheiser PXC-550 bluetooth wireless headphones Location: Carlton, Victoria Price: $345 Item Condition: 9/10 Reason for selling: Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless Bluetooth Headphone - Near Newbest wireless bluetooth headphones, better than bose qc35 in terms or sound and comparable to bose in NC. Pictures:
  12. Item: Jaybird BluBuds Location: Eastern Melbourne Price: $99 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Airpods Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought probably 2.5 years ago, worn maybe 2 dozen times. I have a snap lock bag at home somewhere with some spare tips which I haven't come across yet but know they are there. Excellent fit when using the the little silicone wings and I've never had any issue with them dislodging and you don't even feel the wing. Very Good blutooth connection, has stayed paired with my iPhone without fail. You might occassionally get a 1 second dropout but nothing overly annoying. This always happened with me when walking or riding on busy roads and assumed it must have been the ocassional car looking for blutooth devices??? Siri works from the remote as does volume etc Pictures: Photos to follow from my phone
  13. I'd posted this over at Stereo.net, thinking this place was closing down. But since it's not, I'll re-post it here... I jumped on these early - had them since December 22. They're a big part of my week - use them every day at work & during my 3 gym workouts. The first hurdle is fit - if your ears are like the majority out there, they'll be ok, but unfortunately they can't fit everyone. No manufacturer can make ear buds that suit every ear, especially without rubber/foam covers. If they fit & don't feel like they're loosening during activity, then you're set. The next thing is Siri - if you've adapted to voice commands then their lack of physical volume/track controls won't be as big an issue as you think..... Initially, this was a deal breaker for me, but having taught myself to use Siri more frequently in the lead up to their unexpected release, I thought I'd give them a go. They were brilliant from day 1, & only get better as you get better with Siri. They're just so seamless in not only the way they connect to your IOS device (iPhone 6s user myself), but in the way they connect you with your device. Phone calls - The call quality (both ways) is great, even with background noises (I work with equipment fans whirring away behind me whilst on many calls during the day & the people I'm talking to say they're hearing me loud & clear). It's genius how you can talk for 2-3 hours, hear a low battery tone, take out one Airpod, place it in the charger for 10-15 to quick charge to near full, whilst you still talk on the other. Then after 10-15 minutes, you swap them over & quick charge the other whilst using the freshly charged one. Charging Case - This little companion completes the package. It's small enough to be mobile & fit in your pants/shorts coin pocket....it gives you 24 hours of charge & quick charges brilliantly, as mentioned above. Battery Life - Superb. If anything, Apple's stated 5 hours music & 2 hours talk time are conservative. I'm getting a little more for both. But it's really a non issue if you're packing the charging case. Music - Audio quality is noticibly better than the Earpods. Overall a richer, more detailed sound. I'm a big music listener. Love Spotify/Apple Music & have discovered more new music in the past 6 months than in the prior years as I have these things plugged in near all day. I don't need the best audio quality, just enough detail with the volume turned down or up, & compared the Earpods, these are superior in both regards. Tap commands - The simplicity & intuitive nature of either conjuring Siri (my preference) or Play/Pause music are great. & With IOS11, more options are coming with seperate tap commands for each Airpod (track skip/previous). Only a matter of time before volume tap controls are introduced, which will mean these things will sell big (bigger then they have already). Removing an Airpod pauses not only audio but also Youtube clips & resumes them all once placed back in.....clever . Noise cancellation - I've never owned noise cancelling ear buds, & due to the safety issues they can create walking down a street or at work, I'm thankful that I can still wear the Airpods whilst talking to a person face to face. Their loudness is high enough to drown out environmental noise enough for me (I don't recommend this, but I turned them up whilst mowing the lawn & was still able to enjoy my music. Gardening's now less of a chore!) Range - This is another huge plus... I'm able to stand 27m (personal best) from the iPhone & still get uninterrupted music. At gym, I can place the phone on the open locker & exercise anywhere within the complex whilst listening to my tunes & not the repetitive playlist of the gym itself. 6 months later, I'm still discovering reasons why they were worth the money spent. The way I see it, if you own recent iPhone/iPad, are able to work with Siri, & have similar use habits to me, then these are a must. Apple have managed to balance sound quality, mobility & practicality. As mentioned, Airpods seem to have a very decent package & whilst they're not world beaters in audio fidelity, they're not poor by any stretch. They even work with Android devices, albeit with less functionality & slower pairing. Anyway, I hope this helps those considering them. Any questions, let me know.
  14. Item: KEF Egg Active Wireless Digital Music System / Speakers Location: SAVI Systems Showroom, 1168 Albany Hwy, Bentley, W.A. Price: $695 Item Condition: Brand New - Mint in Box Payment Method: Direct Deposit, Paypal, Cash - Pickup in store, Visa, Mastercard with no fees or penalties Extra Info: As more people aim to keep their room looking neat, but the tunes flowing... KEF has an awesome answer. Enter the compact, active desktop type speaker system - the KEF Egg.The famous KEF egg shape has been implemented for this fresh take on what a compact speaker system can achieve.The EGG Wireless Digital Music System gives pure, clear KEF quality sound for your TV (via Optical) and laptop (via USB or Bluetooth) with wireless streaming for your mobile devices via Bluetooth (Apt-X). WIRELESS convenience as well as HIGH RESOLUTION SOUND For enjoying high resolution sound from virtually any source, the new active KEF EGG wireless digital music system gives music lovers a complete audio solution that combines the supremely accurate definition of KEF's latest Uni-Q® driver array with the ability to stream tracks wirelessly via Bluetooth aptX®. With an integrated amplifier and in-built DAC, it is possible to enjoy 96kHz/24-bit HiRes audio via the mini USB input from PC or Mac or via the optical digital input. In fact with the provided optical digital connection it is extremely easy to connect the sound output of any T.V. and enjoy all your favourite shows, music videos and movies through these little beauties. The KEF Egg system fulfils nearly every requirement for a flexible, compact, high resolution sound system - and looks stylish and classy while doing so. The Eggs are heavy little speakers, a fact owed to their stout, anti-resonant cabinets and premium components inside. Outside, each speaker sports a matte finish (available in white, blue and black) that looks classy and should stay that way since they buck fingerprints so well. Even the unusually heavy remote control exudes an air of class. Well balanced, articulate and easy on the ear, the KEF is a delightful performer. It tickles out plenty of top-end detail, while the solid mid-range and bass gel everything together. What’s is perhaps most impressive is how the UniQ drivers project music as a seamless, cohesive whole. It’s perfectly balanced, never allowing one frequency band to overpower another – every element is granted the space and time to make itself heard. That’s testament to the KEF’s impressive transparency. KEF says these new eggs are the most “sophisticated and acoustically accomplished version” of the speaker. The tweeter is internally vented to prevent potentially distorting high pressures from building up behind the dome. The tangerine-shaped waveguide position in front of the tweeter helps disperse the sound spherically for wider and more even dispersion. The ‘Z-flex’ cone surround around the mid/bass diaphragm limits secondary radiation. The midrange cone is made of aluminium to retain stiffness, and there’s also a damping ring to control resonances. The two KEF Eggs look identical at a glance, but this is actually a master-slave system. One does the heavy lifting and passes information to the other. All the processing takes place in the foot of the master unit, which features a mains input (external power brick, not figure-of-eight cable), mini USB input and an output for connecting to the slave unit, plus a subwoofer output for (optionally) adding lower frequencies later. Part of the excitement the Egg imparts is the unexpected scale of its soundstage and the brilliant effect of its stereo separation. It is excels in almost every aspect at which even the most advanced one-box speakers fail. And underscoring it all is KEF’s unmistakable, impeccable sound signature. Pictures:
  15. Item: QED uPlay Plus Bluetooth Streamer (add BT to your existing setup) Location: Melbourne SE Suburbs Price: $100 Item Condition: Good condition, this has generally been hidden from sight whilst being used. Reason for selling: No longer used as switched to a network streamer. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: As part of the ongoing Home-CEO enforced clear out of things I'm no longer using here is my QED uPlay Plus that I was using to stream music via Bluetooth from my laptop and/or phone to my AV Setup until I added a Cyrus Streamer into the rack. I had this hooked up using the optical digital output but it also has analogue outputs available. It uses the BlueCore 5 technology to support apt-X and cVc audio codecs to try and wring the best possible quality out of that Bluetooth connection. More information can be found directly on the product page at http://www.qed.co.uk/wireless_bluetooth/qed_uplay/qed_uplay_plus_wireless_bluetooth_receiver.html . I can also post this at buyer's expense if required. Pictures:
  16. Hi again all. I work in a number of places where a little portable speaker would be really useful. Workmates sometimes bring along little Bose or similar Bluetooth speakers and stream (often terrible) music from their phones. The unit would come and go with myself. I have various criteria I'd like to ideally meet, but I'm not sure if there is anything out there that fits the bill. Let me know if there is a magical unit that meets the following: - small enough to carry in a backpack (often on a bike) - robust enough to put up with said backpack/bike/being moved around a lot/some clear weather outside use/workshop use - very high sound quality (well, we are on Stereonet after all!), particularly at lower volumes - both Bluetooth and USB input. Would ideally like to be able to directly connect iPhone>dragonfly red (via iPhone "camera connector, where I can charge phone at same time)>speaker. - battery life reasonable (max continuous use would be 5hrs) however should mostly be in a position at work to plug in if need be Any ideas and places to get them? Cheers! Mat.
  17. Hi again all. I work in a number of places where a little portable speaker would be really useful. Workmates sometimes bring along little Bose or similar Bluetooth speakers and stream (often terrible) music from their phones. The unit would come and go with myself. I have various criteria I'd like to ideally meet, but I'm not sure if there is anything out there that fits the bill. Let me know if there is a magical unit that meets the following: - small enough to carry in a backpack (often on a bike) - robust enough to put up with said backpack/bike/being moved around a lot/some clear weather outside use/workshop use - very high sound quality (well, we are on Stereonet after all!), particularly at lower volumes - both Bluetooth and USB input. Would ideally like to be able to directly connect iPhone>dragonfly red (via iPhone "camera connector, where I can charge phone at same time)>speaker. - battery life reasonable (max continuous use would be 5hrs) however should mostly be in a position at work to plug in if need be Any ideas and places to get them? Cheers! Mat.
  18. Hey, So i have went out and bought a samsung radiant 360 speaker to add as a combination to my samsung soundbar which is currently connecting via the optical in cable to my older Samsung television. What i was wondering is if i could find a way to run both the soundbar and speaker in surround/combination as currently i can get the soundbar to work but as the tv has neither wifi or bluetooth i am struggling to connect it to the tv. I have looked at items such as https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/laser-wifi-adaptor-for-audio-speaker-system-sylwfadptr#!features , http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Bluetooth-Transmitter-Sender-Aux-3-5mm-jack-Coaxial-Optical-Toslink-Audio-input-/111658526665?hash=item19ff5de7c9:g:FgIAAOSwA3dYgYb5#shpCntId and https://www.amazon.com/Nolan-Bluetooth-Wireless-Transmitter-Receiver/dp/B00IYUI0W8 Would any of these work and which would be best if so? Thank you.
  19. Item: Astell&Kern Bluetooth Headphone AMP AK XB10 Location: Brisbane Price: 200 Item Condition: Brand New, Factory Sealed. Reason for selling: Downsize Payment Method: Paypal Gift or +3% fee, bank transfer, Cash Extra Info: FREE EXPRESS shipping / Local Pick Up (Brisbane) Check out my feedback for your peace of mind
  20. Item: AudioEngine B1 Bluetooth Receiver Location: Malvern East, Melbourne Price: $180 Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I purchased two of these little cuties about a year and a half ago for two of my systems, so I could connect my iPad and stream Spotify. Works very well. Setup is easy, and never drops out. And although we know bluetooth isn't the highest quality, I am very happy with the sound quality. You can read a review of this item here: http://www.computeraudiophile.com/content/622-audioengine-b1-bluetooth-receiver-review/ I'm selling this unit as a recent upgrade to my main system means I no longer need this one. Comes with all cables, documentation and packaging. Purchased from Scorptec.com.au (who, by the way, I have found very good to deal with). Listed price for a new one $279. Pictures:
  21. Item: Linn Sneaky DS Music Digital Music Player Location: Melbourne Price: Price bump $1500 - A fabulous bargain at this price!!!!! Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: Different direction - embarassed to admit to being in love with Sonos UI... Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal. Extra Info: Virtually brand new, bought August last year from Tivoli. RRP is $2995. Open to reasonable offer as I've decided I like the Sonos UI interface (I have several Play 5 and 3's around the house) enough to forgo the musicality of the Sneaky. ***** Review from What Hifi "consider this a brilliantly accomplished music player". Read more at http://www.whathifi.com/linn/sneaky-music-ds/review#JamrojO6kh9wd4u0.99 Sorry, realised there wasn't much detail here. From https://www.linn.co.uk/hifi-separates/network-music-players/sneaky#sneaky-ds Streams any digital source over a standard network Supports virtually any digital format up to 24-bit 192 kHz Integrates seamlessly with Tidal & Qobuz lossless streaming Integrated 20 W per channel power amp Deltron speaker connections Space Optimisation built-in Pictures:
  22. Item: Sony MDR1RBT Premium Bluetooth Over-the-Head Style Headphones Location: Melbourne Price: $250 Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: Not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+ 3% fee), COD Only Extra Info: Best pair of wireless bluetooth headphones I have heard so far with very easy connection. In good condition with original box. Shipping is possible as long as buyer is willing to pay for the postage. Pictures:
  23. Item: Sony MDR-1000X Location: South Australia 5011, happy to post at buyer's expense. Price: $499 Neg. Item Condition: Brand new, still sealed Reason for selling: Surplus to needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Been agonising over whether to keep these, but I already have too many headphones to justify it. Brand new in still-sealed packaging, these have a recommended retail price of $699.If noise cancelling and brilliant sound quality are what you're after, these are the best of the best, beating Bose at their own game. Awarded 5 Star and "Best noise-cancelling headphones £100+" by What Hi-Fi?http://www.sony.com.au/electronics/headband-headphones/mdr-1000x Pictures:
  24. Item: MARANTZ SR5010 NETWORK AV RECEIVER EX DISPLAY Location: 590 Burwood Road Hawthorn Price: WAS $1590 SNA MEMBERS $1250 Item Condition: EX Display full manufacturers warranty box and packaging. Payment Method: CASH, EFT, VISA, Master card Extra Info: https://melbourne-hi-fi.myshopify.com/admin/products/3867088326 Pictures:
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