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  1. Items: Credenza, Desk, (2 x) Tub Chairs, (2 x) Glass Coffee Tables Location: Surrey Hills, Victoria. Price: See below for details of each item. Item Condition: All very, very good to excellent, all very presentable, as new. Reason for selling: No longer required. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal. Extra Info: Must be collected between Sat 27 April (afternoon) and Fri 3 May, by arrangement. Credenza sale will result in SNA donation if sold here, bigger donation if all sold! _______ Credenza (W)1800 x (D) 460 x (H) 900 $200.00 (similar secondhand items sell for $300) _______ Desk (W) 1350 x (D) 600 x (H) 730 $30.00 _______ (2 x) Tub Chairs (Black) $50.00 each, $80 the pair. Width = 76, depth = 70, height (at back) = 72. _______ (2 x) Glass Coffee Tables with chrome legs, clear top and frosted bottom shelves. Tempered glass. (does not include the items on the tables) Not identical designs, but complimentary: Left: Single-level clear top, split-level frosted bottom. 94x50 x45(h) (this one sold for $64.00 in 2015) Right: Split-level clear top, single-level frosted bottom. 111x60x44(h) $25.00 each, $40 the pair _______
  2. Item: Finite Elemente Pagode 4 Shelf Rack - Black Location: Sydney Price: $3300 Item Condition: 9 out of 10 Reason for selling: I needed 6 shelves Payment Method: Pickup - EFT Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is a beautiful rack. I have all the packaging for it. Pictures:
  3. Item: Hifi shelves Location: Perth Price: $150 ono $75 ono Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Wife wants wooden shelves to match new decor Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Very classy looking when loaded with equipment. Each shelf is 60cm x 43cm and the whole unit is 90cm tall. Pictures:
  4. Item: 4-Shelf Black MDF and Black-coated Steel Hi-Fi Rack - very solid construction and good insensitivity to vibration Location: Sydney (Eastern Suburbs) Price: $180 negotiable - MASSIVE PRICE DROP! (New price was $750) Item Condition: Very good condition Reason for selling: Surplus to requirements Payment Method: Pickup for cash only Extra Info: Very solid construction with very good insensitivity to floor-conducted vibration and excellent insensitivity to airborne vibration and feedback. Top shelf is oversized and suitable for a turntable. MDF permanent shelves supported by 3 metal cylinder legs, and metal cross frames supporting each shelf. Each leg has a fixed floor-spike. Height (including inbuilt spikes): 91cm Width (including metal frame): 59cm Depth (including metal frame): 52cm Top Shelf size: 47cm wide x 44cm deep Other shelves size: 47cm wide x 41cm deep Maximum component height between shelves: 19cm Weight: HEAVY Obviously pickup only. (components not included of course) Pictures:
  5. Item: DanA HiFi Racking System Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove, NSW Price: $1499 Item Condition: Very good Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit card, Bank Transfer Extra Info: Just traded specialised HiFi furniture module by DanA in Sydney. The Rack: High Quality HiFi shelving solution - consists of four levels and measures 630mm wide x 475mm deep x 900mm high. The shelves use specially developed 'isoform' technology. In effect, energy absorbing spheres sandwiched in a composite shelves which are designed to diffuse vibrations and other electrical signals which can affect musical playback. This is also superbly stable and well presented shelving unit that would look great with any component stack. Shelves are also adjustable in 100mm steps. Pictures
  6. Item: 1. Timber buffet 2. Desk 3. Bookcase Location: Heathcote Junction, VIC Price: 1. Buffet $200 2. Desk $100 3. Bookcase $75 Item Condition: Buffet is in excellent condition. No visible marks or anything. The desk is a fair bit worn on top, the vinyl is somewhat faded with little marks on it and some scratches in the timber. Otherwise it's good. The bookcase is in fairly good condition, quite clean still. Reason for selling: No longer wanted. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: I'm selling these on behalf of my parents who have just moved into a new home and no longer want these pieces of furniture. Buffet measurements: w199cm X h89cm X d54cm Bookshelf: h1830mm X w877mm X d305mm. Shelves are 265mm deep. Desk: w1570mm X h850mm X d820mm Pictures:
  7. Item: Mid-Century 6-Drawer Dresser (Natural Oak) by west elm Location: Brisbane Price: $1350 Item Condition: NEW Reason for selling: Not fit Payment Method: Paypal Gift or +3% fee, bank transfer, Cash Extra Info: Brisbane Pick up only, Please ensure you bring moving trolley as well as two strong men to move this big boy. Check out my feedback for your peace of mind Inspired by American modern design, the Mid-Century 6-Drawer Dresser borrows its slim legs, angled face and understated retro details from iconic '50s and '60s furniture silhouettes. Antique bronze-finished knobs on the drawers provide an unexpectedly luxe twist to the clean-lined silhouette. • 142 cm w x 46 cm d x 91 cm h • Solid wood base and frame, oak wood veneer in natural oak? • Bevelled front edges • Antique bronze-finished hardware • Solid oak wood legs? • 6 drawers open on solid wood glides • Wipe clean
  8. Item: Work Lamp Location: Brisbane Price: ONLY $40 Item Condition: All in great condition. See photos for your reference. Reason for selling: Moving Payment Method: Paypal Gift or +3% fee, bank transfer, cash Shipping: Local pick up All items need be picked up on or before Thursday 07/07/2016 due to moving. WORK LAMP You can easily direct the light because the lamp arm and head are adjustable. It provides a directed light that is great for reading. Perfect condition, rarely used. Very solid product, it comes with bulb. Height: 52.5 cm Shade diameter: 15 cm Cord length: 1.5 m $35 PLEASE SEND ME MESSAGE SO THAT I CAN CHECK AND PROCESS YOUR REQUESTS : )
  9. Item: Work Lamp, Bench, Shelving Units and Three-Seat Sofa Location: Brisbane Price: Please see detailed pricing below Item Condition: All in great condition, most of them are rarely used. See photos for your reference. Reason for selling: Moving Payment Method: Paypal Gift or +3% fee, bank transfer Shipping: Local pick up WORK LAMP You can easily direct the light because the lamp arm and head are adjustable. It provides a directed light that is great for reading. Perfect condition, rarely used. Very solid product, it comes with bulb. Height: 52.5 cm Shade diameter: 15 cm Cord length: 1.5 m $40 RED BENCH Great Great Condition. Rarely used, fresh color. Width: 114 cm Depth: 43 cm Seat width: 110 cm Seat depth: 38 cm Height: 45 cm $80 SHELVING UNIT (7 Shelves to store a lot of stuff, I have 2 for sale) Depth: 34 cm Height: 173 cm Width: 77 cm $75 each THREE SEAT FABRIC SOFA Clean inside out, and in Great Condition. Seat cushions filled with high resilience foam and polyester fibre wadding provide great seating comfort. The cover is easy to keep clean as it is removable and can be machine washed. Width: 205 cm Depth: 93 cm Seat depth: 56 cm Seat height: 45 cm Height: 80 cm $250 PLEASE SEND ME MESSAGE SO THAT I CAN CHECK AND PROCESS YOUR REQUESTS : ) Should you have any inquiries, or would like to negotiate a deal on multiple items, send me message anytime.
  10. Howdy all! I recently purchased some bookshelf Paradigm Studio 20 speakers for my home theatre setup, to replace some much cheaper floor-standers. So naturally, I started thinking about investing into some stands. Looking into Paradigms "Suggested" stands (a.k.a. the J29 stands) I asked around and they wanted almost as much for the stands as I paid for the speakers. Even online they often breached th $700/pair mark.. something I balked at paying. I needed two pairs. So off I went into the local hi-fi store, and I asked them how much some suitably high stands would cost... and for the cheesiest stands I've seen in a while, they wanted $220. This was not dampened tubing with a sturdy base, these were anything but stable, and just plain ugly. Enter the DIY demon. It's amazing how many times the uneducated masses (myself included) don't understand the complexity of what others do, or perhaps the others are so talented that they make it seem easy. I, like many others thought "Pfff, I can do that!"... and started to research what makes a "good" speaker stand. Now there's a lot of conflicting information about what makes a good speaker stand. Some say "It has to vibrate a bit" other say "It should be sonically damped (not dampened, that's making things wet) from the floor and speakers. Honestly, I think speakers sound pretty good if they're on a solid surface with those little rubber feet. So I decided that if I were going to make these stands, I'll make them to last and visited the local hardware store for some timber. In this day and age, there is a surprising lack of thick timber that isn't treated with some sort of liquified unhealthiness-to-termites and humans. Go beyond 50mm thick and it's all treated. Couple that with the price tag of commercial grade timber, and you're up for $100-$120 per stand just in timber. That was too expensive.. so I needed a sit with a good cup of tea to gather my thoughts. In about an hour, I'd decided that I wanted it to be height adjustable, and be ready to handle any speaker load I choose to put on it, and drawn up some rough sketches of what I wanted (I've attached them if you're interested). I couldn't just go to the timber yard and pick up giant slabs of wood, I have a sedan with no folding seats or tow bar, and there's no way it'd fit 2.4m of timber in any dimension anyway. So it had to be delivered, and cheap... So I dialled up the local landscaping supply depot and got them to ship six iron bark sleepers to me. To call these roughly cut would be a vast understatement. However, where else can you get ironbark in 75x200x2400mm slabs for less than the thinner, treated pine? At roughly $30 a sleeper, delivered, things got a whole bunch easier for people like me who ride their bike to work. Ok, so I've just moved out of a share house environment, and I'm suddenly living alone.. so I have a lot more space. When I moved, I had a hack saw, a block of wood, some sandpaper, and a hammer. Not exactly suited for working with giant, rough, slabs of wood. This is where I went a bit crazy. 1x Compound, Sliding Mitre Saw with large blade. Check! 1x Bench Drill with laser crosshair for accurate drilling. Check! 1x High powered electric planer. Check! 1x Biggest belt sander I could find with varying grades of belts, check! 6x packs of the strongest Araldite I could find, Check! 1x 22" drill bit 2x 1m lengths of bolt thread 2x 600mm clamps a large carpenter's square a tape measure many nuts many washers a "dowel joint" kit a bag of 100 dowels. a decent socket set... Eye protection, dust masks, and ear plugs. Yes, I could have bought the J29s for all of this.. but it just wouldn't be manly enough.. or something. :~) The first problem I had was that.. I've never used any of these power tools (other than the bench drill) before. It took me quite a while to decipher the quasi-english about how to unlock, and manoeuvre the mitre saw. That alone actually took longer than the time I spent to assemble the bench drill, stand, plate, and all from the pretty pictures. I've learned a LOT about tools from reading the manuals, but I've learned more from using them. Wow can a good mitre saw cut fast and so smoothly! Why didn't I get one before! They're awesome! Back to the stands... I've probably spent 8-12 hours on building the first pair so far. I've sliced up the parts for the stem and head. I haven't decided on the design for the base yet. But I'm thinking the feet of the stands are going to be 75mm (H) x 400mm (D) x 300mm (W) at my most recent revision. The mitre saw is fantastic, but the real work is in the sanding. These were, roughly cut sleepers, and they're stained, some have holes, and others vary as much as 8mm in thickness in places. I would run it through a "Thicknesser" device, but the only people I know who own one is away, and I can't move a load of wood on my own.... so I've been sanding like there's no tomorrow. I spend about 30-40 minutes sanding each face of each part.... I'm up to 80 grit, and it's looking quite nice. The first "top shelf" has been glued together, the second one will be done soon, and then all I have to do is cut and sand a few more pieces here and there. When I'm done, each stand will weigh roughly 40-50Kg (without speaker), will be 700mm at it's lowest setting and should be able to be raised 200-300mm. I'll keep you posted, as I go. All the best! Hamish.
  11. Hi, I would like any advice from experienced members concerning the installation of my system on Ikea Kallax shelves. http://www.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/80275849/ After much deliberation I've decided to place an Ikea Kallax shelf on top of the mantlepeice in my studio. (see photos) The fireplace is all in Marble, so very heavy and relatively good in terms of minimizing vibration from the floor. The mantlepiece itself was too narrow for my amp and TT, so the kallax shelf positioned on top increases the depth by 10 cm, and I can now place my system, albums in a relatively compact space. Question - I am wondering wether I should isolate the entire shelving system from the mantlepiece? ie. either via sorbothane feet or somekind of rubber matting akin to that found on turntable mats? I will also have to house my phono pre amp, dac and rega TTPSU on the shelf. I'm now living in France and there is a good online store Audiophonics that supplies spikes, feet and isolation equipment, if anyone is interested in having a look and letting me know if there is a good product to use: http://www.audiophonics.fr/en/spikes-feet-c-39.html#/ I will also have to attach the shelving system to the wall for security. Any advice is more than welcome. Good to be back on the forum after a few months transition settling in overseas. Cheers, Miles
  12. Item: large, solid coffee table purchased from Freedom a few years back. Original price ~$600. Dimensions 1350x900x400 Location: Heidelberg, Vic Price: $50 Item Condition: good Reason for selling: already replaced! Payment Method: Cash, pickup only Extra Info: Pictures:
  13. Hello all, I'm looking for someone in Sydney who might be able to replicate this or something similar: http://www.dagogo.com/View-Article.asp?hArticle=803 Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Glen.
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