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  1. Item: Panasonic ub9000 4k playwr Price Range:800-900 Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Looking to upgrade from the Panasonic ub 820 to the big brother the 9000. Either looking to buy or swap with cash your way if you want to downscale. Would prefer to source locally in Melbourne so I can inspect. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  2. Further information: This player is in excellent condition and presents as new. Includes original box, remote control, power cable and manual. Purchased new by me a few years ago, this unit has seen very little use (maybe half a dozen movies). Selling as I have no need for such a premium player on a secondary display. Will include free shipping (within reason) for SN members. Full specifications can be found on Panasonic website here - https://www.panasonic.com/au/support/product-archives/home-entertainment/blu-ray-dvd-players/dmp-ub900gnk.specs.html Photos:
  3. I feel like I'm between a rock and a hard place when deciding between both of these players. The oppo is a player with such raved reviews regarding quality, the dacs and just overall awesomeness. However the same goes with the Panasonic, the chip, tone mapping and again, just overall awesomeness. Couple things to note: 1, I have an LG 55b7 oled, so the tone mapping from the Panasonic would be advantageous 2, I won't be using it for audio, exclusively for 4k blurays. Any input would be appreciated.
  4. Item: Panasonic DMP-BD10A Price Range: Free Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Pick Up at Melbourne 3032 Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  5. Item: Panasonic 50" Plasma (TH-50PZ850A) Location: Coburg, VIC Price: $250 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Unit is in perfect working order, no issues at all. Just upgrading so no longer needed. Photos:
  6. Item: Panasonic Bluray BDT460GN Location: Melbourne west Price: $ 140 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Hardly used, in excellent condition, comes with box and accessories Pictures:
  7. Item: Panasonic P50VT20A 3D Plasma TV Location: Melbourne Price: $150 Item Condition: Exellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Not getting use in the family room, beautiful deep black picture. Pictures:
  8. Item: Panasonic DMP-BT230 Location: Melbourne Price: $50 Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Was played less than 5 dics. Pictures:
  9. Item: Panasonic TH-P50ST50A 50" Plasma Location: Toorak, Melbourne Price: $900 pickup Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: Moving out of country I bought this TV new in the last half of last year, it's in 'like new' condition and has three months of warranty remaining. It comes with the original box + all accessories. Pickup only at this stage due to the size and weight. Please PM me if interested.
  10. Item: Panasonic PT-AE3000 1080P Home Theatre Projector Location: Sydney, Erskineville Item condition: Excellent - no stuck pixels or anything. Reason for sale: I've recently moved apartment and unfortunately just cannot find a way to make this projector work in my setup. This is truly a regretful sale. Additional info: Lamp is original and has about 800 hours on it (will confirm when I get home) and has been run on Eco mode for about 790 of those. I have always operated it responsibly - ie never turning it on for less than a couple of hours - which is said to drastically improve lamp life. Lamp life on Eco mode is rated at 3000 hours. Replacement lamps run about $160. If you're looking at this post you probably know how good these projectors are but just in case, here's a few reviews: Projector Central - 5 stars, Editor's Choice Trusted Reviews - 10/10 TechRadar - 5/5 Price: $1250 Feel free to make offers as I don't really have any reference to determine a fair value. Prefer pickup (Erskineville) as I don't have any original packaging. I suppose for a determined interstate buyer I could Pack n Send it.
  11. For Sale: Panasonic DMP-BD35 BluRay player. Includes 1m Kordz HDMI cable. $100 Product Specifications: Audio DAC: 24 bit / 192 kHz Video DAC: 12bit / 149MHz Audio System-Dynamic Range: 100 dB (DVD) DVD Type: Blu-Ray Disc Player Outputs: Composite x 1, S-Video x 1, Component x 1, HDMI x 1, Digital Slot(s)-Type: 1 x SD Memory Card Audio S/N Ratio: 115 dB Video Upconversion: 1080p (HDTV) Depth: 248mm Height: 50.8mm Width: 429mm Weight: 2.7kg DVD-Media Type: CD , DVD , BD-R , CD-R , BD-RE , CD-RW , DVD+R , DVD-R , BD-ROM , DVD+RW , DVD-RW , DVD-RAM , DVD+R DL , DVD-R DL DVD-Video D/A Converter: 12bit / 148.5MHz DVD-Audio D/A Converter: 24bit / 192kHz DVD-Media Load Type: Tray DVD-Supported Digital Video Standards: AVCHD DVD-Supported Digital Audio Standards: MP3 DVD-Upscaling: Yes DVD-Output Resolution: 480i , 480p , 720p , 1080i , 1080p DVD Features-MP3 Compatible: Yes DVD Features-Additional Features: BD-Live , BonusView , Progressive scanning Audio System-Sound Output Mode: Stereo Audio System-Surround Sound Effects: Advanced Virtual Surround Sound (V.S.S.) Audio System-Digital Audio Format: DTS digital output , Dolby Digital output Audio System-Signal-To-Noise Ratio: 115 dB Audio System-Additional Features: Viera Link , Upgradeable firmware Remote Control-Type: Remote control Connections-Connector Type: 1 x HDMI output ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - Rear , 1 x Ethernet ( RJ-45 ) - Rear , 1 x Component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Rear , 1 xComposite video output ( RCA phono ) - Rear , 1 x SPDIF output ( TOSLINK ) - Rear , 1 x Audio line-out ( RCA phono x 2) Power Consumption Operational: 20 Watt DVD-Built-in Audio Decoders: Dolby Digital , DTS decoder , Dolby True HD , Dolby Digital Plus , DTS-HD
  12. Hi guys new here just wondering if anyone has any advice they can give me on hooking my Nintendo 64 up to my plasma tv. It’s a Panasonic Viera, model # TH-42PV60A ive gone through quite a few televisions lately trying to play Mario and having no luck. The console is in perfect working order I know that much. Just can’t work out what I’m doing wrong or what I may need. Cheers in advance
  13. I'm in the process of determining which 4K UHD player I will be getting and Panasonic's new DP-UB820 player with their HDR 10+ , sophisticated HDR re-mapping and HCX picture processor looks pretty good I must say. Of particular interest for a projector user is its ability to take HDR material and re-map it to the level of nits that will suit your projector. It will also be interesting to see how Oppo's own tone mapping compares to Panasonic's although it doesn't look like Oppo has HDR 10+ certification yet. No word yet on release date for the new player but most likely in the northern spring.
  14. Item: Panasonic NV-FS90 S-VHS VCR Player Location: Geelong Price: Free with donation to Stereonet Item Condition: Fantastic as pictured Reason for selling: Finished transferring VHS recordings - Thanks to beetle-audio Payment Method: Pickup Extra Info: Very good S-VHS VCR player. Manual: https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/panasonic/nv-fs90.shtml Pictures:
  15. Item: Panasonic Viera E400 series 32" LED TV Model:TH - 32E400A E400 Location: Sydney 2127 Price: $275.00 SOLD (NOT ON SNA) Item Condition: Brand New In Box.....NEVER OPENED Reason for selling: Unwanted Prize Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3%, Direct Deposit, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures:
  16. Item: Panasonic TH-P50V10A - 50 inch Full HD Plasma TV Location: Inner West, Sydney Price: SOLD Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: Possibly upgrading, not enough space for two TV's Payment Method: Pickup - Cash. Too big/heavy to send via courier. Extra Info: This is the acclaimed V series from Panasonic. I have owned this unit since 2010 (first owner). It was used primarily for watching movies (blu-rays and dvd). The unit has been well looked after and in very good condition. The unit is made in Japan. Includes original remote, stand and box. TV is working 100% without any issues. No burn in either. Reluctant sale but I'm finally thinking of jumping for an OLED (gotta watch them cardoons). If I had the space I would keep this as a second TV but unfortunately I don't. Instruction manual/specs here: http://www.panasonic.com/content/dam/Panasonic/support_manual/Color_TV/English/TH-P50V10A_Operating_Instructions.pdf CNET Review: https://www.cnet.com/au/products/panasonic-viera-th-p50v10a/review/ Pictures:
  17. Item: NAD C350 Integrated Amplifier, NAD C440 Tuner, Panasonic DVD S33 & Krix Lyrix Gold Floor Standers Location: Adelaide Hills South Australia Price: $750 Item Condition: Very good, some minor delamination on the base plinth of the speakers only, everything else is in perfect condition Reason for selling: This system is from my grandfathers house. He recently relocated to an old folks home and there is no room for these. Im selling them on his behalf. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This system reminds me a lot of the very first component system that got me started in this hobby many years ago. I think it would be an excellent system for someone just starting out. Bang for buck at this price it is hard to beat. Comes with speaker cables, interconnects etc. A fully functioning system. I can demo if interested, but you will need to bring your own CD (I only run network music these days). Pictures:
  18. Item: Panasonic VIErA TH-P55VT60A 55" Full HD 3D TV Location: Southbank Price: 850 Item Condition: mint Reason for selling: upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: For sale is a Panasonic 55vt60a, the last generation plasma TV Panasonic made, and also one of the best TV ever made. I upgrade to Pana's Oled recently, so this one must go. Bought new at Myer in 2014, the panel has been used for around 4200 hours . Only accept pick up due to the weight and size of this item. Thanks. Pictures:
  19. Item: Panasonic 65" Plasma Display TH-65VX100W Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW Price: $799 Item Condition: Excellent Payment Method: Cash, Credit Cards, PayPal Extra Info: First things, first - this is Full HD plasma display, not a television in the conventional sense. There is no built-in tuner and there are no speakers but don’t let that discourage you. What have here is Full HD 1080p plasma with exceptional picture quality and lots of settings to tweak. Think professional display monitor. Spend a little time getting the calibration dialed-in and it still looks absolutely stunning and satisfying to watch. To make it really shine you are going to want to connect it to a decent source like the 2nd hand Oppo BDP95 Blu-Ray Player ($599) we have it hooked up to in the showroom PLUS your AV Receiver/Speaker combo to manage sound. It’s a decent sized thing too and (very) solid, measuring 1,554mm wide, 924mm tall and 94mm deep. You can be wall mounted or use it with the desktop stand. With the stand it weights little over 70kgs. When new in 2010 they were $13,749 Ports & interfaces: Audio L/R in Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) HDMI = 4 PC RGB = 1 RS-232 port - 1 Freight: Freight is not included in the price of this item and is POA. We are happy to ship anywhere in Australia but this is a heavy Item and we will need to get a price to transport to your location. Pictures:
  20. Hi I cannot believe I first joined this forum 12 years ago. The advice then was fantastic and has enabled me to enjoy my home theatre. Up until the weekend I had the same plasma tv and receiver that I purchased nearly 10 years ago. TV was a Panasonic and the receiver was, well still is a Denon AVR-3808. I have just purchased a Panasonic TH-65EX780A and am wondering how worthwile will it be upgrading the receiver. The receiver only supports HDMI 1.3 and I now cannot get it to passthrough sound to my speakers when watching TV. When watching movies on my media player, it passes through sound. no problem. Reading up on it, I don't really understand ARC and I don't think my current receiver supports it, not sure but was wondering what are the benefits of upgrading to a new receiver. At the time the Denon cost me about $3,000 but they seemed to have come down in price. If i were to upgrade, any brands or model suggestions would be very much appreciated. Cheers Arry
  21. Item: 55" Panasonic Plasma TH-P55VT60, TH-P55VT50 preferably Price Range: Up to 1000 depending on model and condition Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Happy to organise interstate postage as long as appropriate packaging can be arranged
  22. Hello All As the title suggests selling a Panasonic P65VT30P Plasma Made in Japan Manufactured JUL 2011 Purchased JAN 2012 Limited use, used only for Home Theatre (virtually no FTA TV, Foxtel etc) Excellent Condition $600 Pickup South Eastern Suburbs Melbourne Regards Michael
  23. Hi all, I have the opportunity to purchase a 4 month old 65" VT60. Asking price is $2500 - won't budge. Given the increasing scarcity of these do you think the price is reasonable? Cheers.
  24. Item: Panasonic Microsystem SA-PMX100B (with remote) Location: Gold Coast (Helensvale) Price: $425 Item Condition: Used but rarely used, not a single mark, dint or scratch. Reason for selling: Need the money, I have a bigger onkyo amp + spealers, sonos etc. so dont really need this anymore. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: i joined this forum to sell you this, to find it a good home. Also I can now learn few things off the forum. This thing really sounds awesome, read the reviews online. 5 star from most people. The spotify functionality is great, unlike sonos, the spotify app directly talks to this stereo so you can use your familiar spotify app. You can pair this to other panasonic "ALLPLAY" speakers so you get a multiroom setup. The panasonic app for android is easy to use to configure wifi connection etc Pictures:
  25. Hi all, For those not familiar with the term, it is where certain areas on the tv panel will display different colouration from the rest of the panel. this is quite often visible when only one colour is being displayed, but also evident when watching normal programming, particularly sport. In my personal experience it manifests itself in large vertical sections of a screen. Sometimes it looks like the colour has been "smudged" I recently purchased an LG 652 series 60" tv from my local Harvey Norman, which suffered from quite visible "banding" issues. The guys at Harvey Norman were great, offering money back, upgrade, replacement etc etc. I elected to spend (quite) a bit more and try a 65" version of the same series of TV, as they were confident i was very unlucky and got a bad unit - apparently nobody had returned a unit before. Unfortunately, the new unit also had evidence of banding, even worse that the first tv. The second unit was duly returned, and replaced with a 65" panasonic 640 series tv. Much to my disappointment this tv also suffers from banding, albeit presenting in different circumstances - normal TV and netflix - fantastic, no issues - watching AFL or premier league on SBS in HD - nasty! I went back to harvey norman today to discuss with the ever helpful salesman, and he advised me that LG had refused to replace both the returned units, claiming the banding as "in spec" and therefore acceptable and not a warranty issue. He also showed me a brand new Samsung panel that they had just installed, and it was appalling. Samsung apparently are even more rigid in there stance on returned panels. Now, don't all rush off to inspect your tvs, as I don't want to bring undue frustration into your households! What i would like to hear from other members is if they have experienced similar issues, and what they did to resolve. i have googled, and found that this is a very common matter. For the manufacturers to consider such an evident "flaw" to be acceptable is really beyond me, and i am surprised i hadn't heard of it before now. Some may call this a conspiracy theory, but one thing is for sure IMHO - all of the HD / 4K loops they roll through the tvs in the showrooms are specifically prepared to hide these aspects. Watching normal tv or a DVD / Blue Ray is the best way to identify the issue before purchasing - buyers beware!
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