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  1. Item: Apple iPad 6th Gen. 32GB, Wi-Fi + Cellular (Unlocked), 9.7in - Silver (AU Stock) Location: Chatswood (Sydney) Price: $480.00 inc postage (price is firm) Item Condition: Brand New In Box, Sealed Never opened Reason for selling: I'm helping out my work to move these iPads. We have multiple units on hand and are ready to be shipped. Someone in the office ordered too many and they need to be sold before Christmas. Payment Method: Direct Deposit, will be dispatched once payment has cleared. Extra Info: Its an iPad. Great to use with an Auralic Streamer or to control your Roon network. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Item: iPad 128GB wifi + 4G (current model BNIB) - Your choice of colour Location: Melbourne Price: $600 posted Item Condition: Brand New - unopened Reason for selling: Not required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I'm about to sign up 2 yrs of mobile broadband which is bundled with an iPad. I don't need another so it will be sold to fund something I do need. Space Grey, Silver and Gold are in stock with 1-3 days delivery to me. So you could get your preferred colour and receive before Christmas. Perfect for the generous gift giver!! This is the latest iPad model (5th Gen, 9.7"). RRP is $799. It is NOT locked to ISP. https://www.apple.com/au/shop/buy-ipad/ipad-9-7/128gb-silver-wifi-cellular Pictures:
  3. Item: iPAD 3rd Gen 64GB with Cellular Location: Melbourne SE suburb Price: $280 Item Condition: Excellent condition. No mark or scratch. Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: This was used for headphone system set up. I have sold the Cambridge Audio dock. Comes with original charger and cable (No box). http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/ipad/specs/apple-ipad-3rd-gen-early-2012-gsm-4g-lte-att-specs.html Pictures:
  4. Hi all. A quick NOOBish question. I currently use a Consonance Suzanne DAP as my digital player. It sits in a dock most of its time, which is connected via the headphones-out socket to rca on my preamp. I can also attach an external drive via USB for material, and it also has an internal MicroSD. I control it from an iPad app (8player). All good. however... In the short term the missus is enjoying some Spotify stuff, and we just connect her phone or iPad directly to the preamp (headphone out to rca). Sound is average (yes i know - Spotify is lower res and so on). I am wondering if I can either: 1. Use the Suzanne as a DAC only (it doesn't seem to offer this function), thus iPhone>Suzanne>pre 2. Could anyone recommend a cheap fix alternative DAC (portable or otherwise) to make iphone>dac>pre? Portable good as I'll also use it with my own iPhone out and about.... The longer term plan is something like Klein DAC and a proper Roon setup. thanks guys! mat
  5. Item: Apple iPad 2 - 32 GB - 3G - Wifi Location: Melbourne CBD Price: $250 (Plus postage if required) Item Condition: Very Good / Used Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Pictures: Will post soon. Selling on behalf of a friend. Perfect working condition, comes with : Original Box Power Adapter + cable. Grey Cover Thanks,
  6. Item: Apple iPad Mini 16GB WiFi - Gen 1. Silver/WhiteLocation: PerthPrice: SOLD.Item Condition: ExcellentReason for selling: No Longer RequiredPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, PaypalExtra Info: Black Smart Cover included, Original Box, Headphones, USB Power Adapter, Lightning to USB Cable.Pictures:
  7. Item: iPad Pro 12.9" 128gb, WIFI, with Apple cover Location: Kilsyth South Price: $1000 SHIPPING INCLUDED! Item Condition: Used, but excellent Reason for selling: Not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Hey! Ok, shifting this on - no longer required.. You'll get the iPad Pro, and the cover- the pen pictured has been sold separately, and is no longer for sale. Great condition, never taken outside the house - used for the odd doodle, and surfing on the inter webs. Retail price for all of this is about $1600 - so save a good chunk of cash. I bought this in January this year, so it does have some warranty left. Receipt included.
  8. Selling my Control4 HC250 processor. Have upgraded to the EA 3. Comes with smart panel licence so you can use your iPad, iPhone or android device to control your AV equipment. In perfect working order. Im a certified control4 programmer so happy to program for you at extra cost if required.located in Perth. RRP was $1900, so grab a bargain at $700 and automate your AV and more. Control4 is the go to product for control. Any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask
  9. Item: Wacom Creative Stylus Location: Kilsyth South Price: $50, including freight within Australia Item Condition: used, great condition Reason for selling: not required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I've had this for a couple of years, used sparingly for the first, and left in the cupboard for the second. Here's a great summary of the product. http://www.sketcherman.com/blog/2014/3/10/wacom-intuos-creative-stylus-review
  10. Item: iPad 2, 32 gb, wifi & cell Location: Richmond, Vic Price: $220 Item Condition: Good, see details below. Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup preferred- Cash. If it doesn't sell quickly locally I will post at buyers expense. Extra Info: This iPad is in perfect working order and has been lightly used. I Have upgraded because I need the extra grunt for large image processing and layout work. There is a small ding near the ringer button on top right - see pics. It does not affect the function. It has always had a screen protector and the screen is in good condition apart from a small scratch which is quite hard to see and harder to photograph. Comes in original box with charger. It has been reset to factory settings.
  11. Item: Apple iPad Air 2 64GB wifi Gold MH182X/A Location: Melbourne inner north Price: $695 ($10 to SNA) Item Condition: Brand new still sealed in plastic Reason for selling: Insurance replacement not required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Just what it says on the can. Current model in the middle of the range. $739 in stores. Only purchased 2 days ago for insurance replacement but no longer required. Receipt included. Pictures:
  12. Item: Apple iPad 16GB Third Generation (Retina Display) - Black/Silver Location: Perth metro Price: $300 inc standard shipping nationwide Item Condition: Immaculate condition. No scratches Reason for selling: Surplus to requirements Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Direct Debit Extra Info: This unit has been housed in the Smart Case since purchased also supplied), and is in absolute pristine condition. All accessories supplied and unused. Original box and packaging. Pictures:
  13. Item: iPad 4th Generation 64GB Retina/Wi-Fi/Cellular Location: Annandale Sydney Price: Reduced $450 Item Condition: The Screen has no scratches just some very very light marks you can only see when the screen is off. The back has some scuffing from grit caught under the case. It works perfectly, no issues. Battery is good. Reason for selling: i've Upgraded to the iPad Air Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: ​This is the one with 2nd gen Retina display and lightning adaptor so charge it using your iPhone 5 or 6 charger. I kept the wrong box, it's from the last iPad I had before this one. But I put the lightning connector charger in it. It's a staff purchase and was bought the week this model was released which was October or November 2012 making it just two years old. Not heavily used, about an hour a day max. Kid free home I prefer pick up but I will send it if necessary. 9.7-inch Retina display Lightning connector The micro-SIM tray is on the right side on iPad (4th generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular FaceTime HD and iSight cameras Pictures:
  14. Right. I am looking for some enlightenment/help/commiseration here: ISSUE 1- iPhone 4 Bloody thing decided it didn't want to charge recently. Battery only had 15% battery so no time to do a backup. Only got an incomplete one done in iCloud. Also won't connect to iTunes via a lead into laptop. Took to Apple store last night and, after 10minutes with their 'geniuses' (their term not mine!), they came out and told me what I already knew- Phone definitely won't charge through lightning connector nor connect to iTunes. Thanks. That's 15 mins of my life I will never get back! Can any one tell me (and yes I have googled a bit) if there is a way to get data out/charge without using lightning connector/repair this without losing data in phone? To rub salt into the wound, I have two other iPhones I cannot use with my SIM as one is only a 3GS and the other, a 4s, is a work phone locked to a different carrier. As a humorous aside (as much as I can see humour at this moment), there are some wacky alternative ways of 'charging' your phone, without plugging a charger in, on the internet/YouTube. Good for a laugh. Anyone want to lend me a cactus? ISSUE 2: IPad 3 Step 1: partner decided putting password protection on iPad would keep small child from accidentally deleting things off it. Step 2: small child tried their version of entering password multiple times, or one too many, to get to pretty little square picture screen. Result: iPad now disabled. So, following instructions to restore iPad through iTunes, I have had restore process start successfully a few times. However, iPad 'loses' connection with laptop (pop up message on screen of laptop confirms this) and iTunes part way through process and therefore doesn't restore. What's going on here? How can I get this paperweight to work again? Thanks for any help/ words of support/ anything you can do here? I am bloody over my iDevices lately.
  15. Howdy all, Just saw this in today's news, and discussed on TV Tonight website: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/media/broadcast/foxtel-signs-landmark-deal-with-hbo-to-gain-express-access-to-us-shows/story-fna045gd-1226501029200 FOXTEL is turning the tables on pay-television piracy and putting the heat on the free-to-air networks after signing a landmark deal with US TV giant HBO, maker of the popular hits like Game of Thrones, to give consumers access to shows within hours of them airing in the US market. In another Australian first, the national pay-TV operator will also launch a new app next month offering subscribers 21 channels on their iPads free of charge, after a successful trial of the technology during the London 2012 Olympics. The moves come as chief executive Richard Freudenstein, nearly a year into the job, looks to kick-start sluggish subscriber growth in a weak consumer environment. In a move designed to improve the quality of its service and combat rampant piracy, Foxtel has just inked a deal with HBO which boasts some of the most critically acclaimed and watched dramas on television, including Girls, True Blood, and Veep. The output agreement locks out free-to-air television and gives Foxtel subscribers exclusive first-run access, with dramas airing on a "broadcast express" basis, closing the window between the US and Australian on-air dates. The long delay, sometimes up to a year, is one of the main reasons some Australians illegally download shows on the internet before they air on television. "It's a long-term deal and we get all first-run HBO programming on Foxtel," Mr Freudenstein told The Australian. "You won't see programs like Boardwalk Empire end up on SBS in a couple of years. It removes their ability to sell in a second window to free-to-air television. That won't happen any more. You won't see those programs on free-to-air. "When we talk about express from the US we mean it very, very seriously. We're going to be putting things to screen often within hours or 24 hours after their first screening in the US. We think that's a service our customers deserve and we also think that it will continue to attack piracy, which is a big issue in this country." Mr Freudenstein said when Foxtel aired the second season of Sons of Anarchy within three hours of airing in the US at 3pm, it pulled a "very good audience". Foxtel played it again in prime time to another sizeable audience. The level of illegal downloading for the second season was less than the first season. "There are people that are always going to steal stuff and we can take legal action against them, but the vast majority of people are illegally downloading because they want to see things as soon as they are available, so we think it's very important to bring that programming to them straight away." Mr Freudenstein, who would not reveal the length of the contract, has been in tough negotiations with HBO for months after agreeing the deal in principle. "It's a deal that goes further in terms of rights than many have done in Australia before. We've got all the rights we want for catch-up TV, tablet and IPTV (internet via television) free on demand to customers," he said. He said the increased cost of the agreement had been budgeted for and was partially offset by bringing the Showcase and Showtime movie channels in-house with Premium Movie Partnership earlier this month. "We have a very big programming budget and we just have to make sure we manage that budget to pay less for stuff that doesn't make a difference to customers and pay for stuff that does make a difference. In terms of overall programming costs, this is within our planned numbers." HBO content will premiere on Foxtel's premium drama channel Showcase, which will be marketed as the "home of HBO". Subscribers will also be able to watch a library of classic shows such as The Sopranos and Six Feet Under. The company will soon move to a new ownership structure when News Limited (publisher of The Australian) lifts its stake to 50 per cent in the company. Foxtel is targeting "diverse and discerning viewers" who typically watch dramas and documentaries on ABC and SBS channels after tying up sports fans with new deals for the National Rugby League and Australian Football League. The strategy is one plank in Mr Freudenstein's armoury as he attempts to increase Foxtel's penetration of Australian households from about 34 per cent to 50 by 2017, and convince prudent Australian consumers that Foxtel is a premium service worth paying for. Mr Freudenstein is renegotiating deals with Hollywood studios to simplify Foxtel's channel mix and allow it to offer new price points and packages. It will also mean a slight increase in prices. "You won't see huge prices but you will continue to see average revenue per user very strong as people take additional services from us," Mr Freudenstein said. "Over the medium term will there be price increases? Yes. But we're very focused on the fact it is a tough consumer environment out there and we're not going to be ridiculous about what we do with our pricing." Under Mr Freudenstein's emerging two-pronged content and technology vision, Foxtel will launch a new app next month called Foxtel Go which will offer subscribers 21 live channels and a library of on-demand content on their iPads free of charge. This follows the huge success of its London 2012 Olympics app which achieved 160,000 downloads and about two million views for eight live dedicated channels. More channels will be added in February and the app will also migrate to laptops and other devices. "By February we will have radically expanded the channel line-up. It looks beautiful and works really well." What do you think the 21 channels will be? Will it include sport and movies? Cheers, Jabba.
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