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  1. Item: Turntable Wall Mount Shelf Location: Brisbane Price: $50.00 o.n.o. Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Local Pickup - Cash (Too big to post) Extra Info: I'm relisting this turntable shelf I no longer use and hoping someone needs one. I have no idea who manufactured it but the steel frame is very solid and the shelf is laminated board. The lower shelf is an add on modification for a phono stage or record covers. It could also be used to mount a home cinema projector on the back wall. The bottom shelf is mounted on long bolts and nuts and can be easily removed if desired. The top shelf dimensions are 350mm x 440mm and the space between the top and lower shelf is 105mm. The total width at the rear from the outer edges of the mounting plate is 600mm. Photos:
  2. Item: OR 201Hi hi-end speakers with matching stands (made in Findland) Location: Adelaide Price: 550 aud for speakers plus 200 aud for stands (700 aud for both) Item Condition: In very good condition Reason for selling: Upgrading Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Speaker Model: OR 210 Hi; 103 db, Matching amplifier: 30-160w, 8ohm, Dimension: 30cm W, 30cm D, 50cm H (without stand) Stands: 40cm Height Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Item: B-Tech Atlas BT606 Speaker Stands 60cm height Location: Perth NOR Price: SPF Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Stands have been tight filled with clean sand making them resonance free and very heavy. Can provide carpet floor spikes to thread into feet at buyer's request. Pictures:
  4. Item: two Jack Cube Design headphone stands, black leather with red stiching Location: Braybrook, VIC 3019 Price: $60 ($30 each) Item Condition: new, in the box Reason for selling: not using Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Pictures:
  5. Item: 600mm high steel speaker stands. Location: Sunbury, Victoria Price: FREE to good home Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: Not needed. Payment Method: FREE Extra Info: 600mm high speakers stands of steel construction. No Longer needed. Local pickup only. Pictures:
  6. Item: Dynaudio Center Base Location: Adelaide Price: $120 inc postage within Aust (RRP $220) Item Condition: excellent, 9/10 only as it came out of the packaging and got dust on it Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD, bank transfer Extra Info: Purchased this when I had a Dyn SCX. I upgraded to the confidence center and it came with a center base 2. Comes in original packaging and has all accessories (two wedges 4 inch and 8.8 inch, spikes) https://www.dynaudio.com/home-audio/accessories/center-base Pictures:
  7. Item: Gecko Stand (Really solid and heavy) Location: Sydney Price: 150 Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup only - Cash Extra Info: This excellent rack was bought here on SNA 18 months ago and served me really well due to the decent sizing of the shelves. Images are front and back of the unit. Dimensions are approx: 1204 (1175) L, 537 (509) D, 559 H, (The numbers in brackets are the actual shelf lengths...the legs protude slightly - so the overall L and D are slightly higher. Height of bottom shelf 226 Height of top shelf 167 NB I don't have any way to weigh it, but I would estimate it is at least 25Kgs. The glass comes out for transport/moving. Pictures:
  8. Item: Bowers & Wilkins 685 S2 and B&W STAV 24 Stand Location: Sydney Price: $850 $750 $700 $650 Item Condition: Like New - 18 months Old Reason for selling: Upgrade to Floorstander Speakers Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, bank transfer Extra Info: For sale is my B&W 685 S2 bookshelf speakers finished in black ash and a pair of B&W STAV-24 speaker stands. I have the original box for the speakers which I can provide. The speakers are in excellent condition with no markings, cracks or dents on the speaker cabinets. The speaker has not been over driven and cared for. Please refer to the pictures below. The speakers are approx 18 months old and have been cared for. Available for demo in local Sydney area. Price is negotiable. Best bang for your buck entry level bookshelf speaker. Only selling due to upgrade to a pair of floorstander speakers. Pictures:
  9. Hello all, does anyone know how I go about removing the pedestal stand from the bottom of a GEC Weltron 2007 turntable/tape/radio system? I have found one page online mention that the stand screws into the base of the unit but I'm not sure how accurate this limited info is. There are no screws etc so maybe the whole thing unscrews but mine won't budge. Perhaps I just need to be a bit more forceful but I don't want to find out the hard way that I shouldn't! Cheers, Lee
  10. Item: Solid Tech Radius Duo 3 Location: Sydney Price: $1250 Item Condition: excellent 9.5/10 Reason for selling: life change Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: A number of reasons have led me to the decision to part with my stereo, but ultimately work has meant I am simply not listening to a beautiful stereo in a big house that I am never in. So I am downsizing, and with it selling a stereo that needs room to breathe. This is an opportunity to pick up some mint condition items that have very low hours on them. listed is my Solid Tech Radius Duo 3 stand, excellent condition, in Cherry with silver posts, and with no scratches, dents or fading . Retail is $2250.00 Purchased about three years ago and has lived a quiet life with no smoke, pets or kids. Would suit new buyer. Pictures:
  11. I was reading a few posts here on SNA a few days ago and I just happened to read several that mentioned speaker stands within a few minutes of each other. They got me thinking, speaker stands for stand mounts can cost quite a bit, from a few hundred to a few thousand (in the more exotic cases), but how much do they have to cost to be effective, and can you come up with something that will work just as well for under $100? OK, I can't answer that yet, but I have started on a 'proof of concept' pair so I thought I'd put them up in their own thread and see what people thought about them, or if anyone had any ideas that could be used to improve them. I started with the easiest components I could get my hands on, bricks, wood and threaded rod. The combination of these means we get a heavy stand that is very solid, very stable and easy enough to build and pull apart again that it can be easily modified at a later date. The tools required are fairly basic, I had to cut my own wood and threaded rod so I needed a hand saw and a hack saw, I also chose to recess my nuts (no comments please!) so I needed a hole saw and chisel as well. Next time I might use two pieces of 20mm ply, one sheet to bolt together and one, slightly larger, sheet to use as a bottom base. The leftover structural veneer I'm using here is a bit narrow, but it was free so it was worth a try. The pics show one finished stand and all the bits to build the second one. I bought the bricks, threaded rod and nuts and washers from Mitre 10. Speaker Stands Per Stand Component Price each Total Price. Total (kg) Concrete Blocks, 6 3.7 22.2 43.5 8mm threaded rod, 4 3.35 13.4 0.6 Washers, 8 0.16 1.28 nuts, 8 0.22 1.76 Ply or MDF, 4 ? ? 8 Total $38.64 52.1 It took about 3 hours to put the first one together and I wasn't exactly pushing hard, I also mucked up a measurement and had to cut one of the rods twice so I think we can call that both a quick and simple build. I'll see if I can get to the second one this afternoon and then I can move on to the testing phase later in the week.
  12. Item: Lovan Sovereign Hi-Fi Rack Location: North Melbourne Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Hi All, I own 6 Lovan Sovereign Hi-Fi Racks which were acquired in 2 different purchases. I have 4 x 10" high racks and 2 x 7" high racks In the first instance, I have 4 with glass shelves and 2 wooden (see photos). I'm looking to get 2 more glass shelves in return for my 2 wooden shelves. I might also be interested in other swaps: For example - Sell me a 1" riser segment (see photo) or swap for a 7"or 10" segment? There may be some options I haven't thought of, so let me know if you have some specific needs and we can see what works. Pictures:
  13. I bought an amp stand/vibration platform from Mike Lenehan a few weeks ago. It's simple thing in many ways, a plate of steel sandwiched between two MDF sheets and covered in a nice, grippy, finish that reminds me of the nitrile gloves I have to wear at work sometimes. It feels lightly rubberized. I had to put it on a sheet of separate MDF as my floor is a bit more prone to damage from steel springs than it would first appear. Mike recommended that I ensure that the lower sheet couldn't move around as that would negate much of the effect of the platform and result in me spending cash on something that doesn't work. So I bought a packet of Blu Tack and distributed it as evenly as I could on the underside of the bottom sheet. In between the Blu Tack and the floor I have placed two pieces of standard A4 typing paper, torn up into quarters. The paper will, hopefully, ensure that the Blu Tack doesn't peel off pieces of the sealant that the floor is sprayed with (I've already had this happen on the feet of several amps, the rubber of the feet sticks to the sealant and brings it off in big flakes, that's the reason for the first, larger MDF sheet to the left of the amp stand). I say hopefully because I have yet to lift the lower sheet and check, I'm saving that surprise for later. So, now that I've got a sheet of MDF sitting on rainbow Blu Tack (the only packet available was the multi-coloured kind, red and yellow and pink and green...., hence my creation of the term "Rainbow Suspension") I can use it to place my amp stand on. And I did. I also placed an amp on it. (for reasons that I hope are obvious) Placement of the springs is very important and just a little more difficult than I would like it to be. You have to adjust them (in, out, forward and back) until the amp+platform wobbles in just the right way and at the right frequency. I didn't realize it at the time but the first few times I got it wrong. However, even though I got it wrong (lets call it "not quite right" from now on shall we?), I could certainly hear an effect on the sound stage of the amp in use but it didn't quite gell with me, it felt uncertain. I tried moving the springs around (obviously not enough) but after two or three attempts I gave up and decided to get back to it later. I had other things to do and the amp stand wasn't going anywhere, there was plenty of time to play with it in due course. Last Monday I was at Mikes place again, picking up my amps that Andy had fixed for me, and he, naturally, asked me about the stand. I said it wasn't quite what I thought it would be. Mike looked thoughtful for a second and said "It sounds like you haven't got it set up right." Knowing how little effort I had put in I promptly agreed with him and then said that I would get it right eventually and that I just had to keep on trying. Later that day I was back home and moving amps from the car into the lounge. Since I have many amps and only so much floor space I had to do some rearranging and it occurred to me that maybe I could stick the YBA cd player on the amp stand while I re-positioned things. So I did. And then, because I can be pretty damn slow sometimes, I started to remember my initial conversation with Mike about the amp stand. He had said that these platforms work even better with sources. At the time I just nodded and moved the conversation along, I was buying an amp stand. I intended to place amps on it. Amps are my thing. I was not buying a stand for things that were not amps. But... what if I did use it for things that were not amps? It's a strange concept but I guess it could happen. You know, in an infinite universe there has to at least be the possibility of such a thing happening. Even if only hypothetically. Once the idea had fully formed I thought why not, and gave it a try. Not only did it work but it worked so well it took two days for me to get up the willpower to remove it again in order to continue with my Sansui/Luxman/Accuphase work. Once I'm done with that the YBA will be going back on that stand and I want it to stay there. It won't of course because if it does any more integrated amps I review will not be able to be compared directly to any of the previously reviewed amps but I will want it to, badly. What did it do? Well it opened up the sound stage, put more space around each instrument, tripled the apparent size of the room and magically transformed the concrete walls into sheets of black silk. So yeah, you might say I like it. You might even say I like it a lot. (if you were prone to understatement that is) I've yet to try it with the Burson Conductor or any other pre-amps or DACs but I can already see it as a permanent fixture in my lounge. It's staying.
  14. Item: FS: Monitor Audio Platinum PLC350 Centre Channel STAND Location: Melbourne Price: $375 Now only $350 ONO now only $320 ONO Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Not used - never used. Payment Method: Pickup - COD Only Extra Info: Or nearest offer - will be excepted. Cheers STAND - High quality centre speaker stand bought in Melbourne. On sale in Australia around $750 - UK Pound approx 230. Pick up only - all screws spikes and rubber feet - shiny and available. Sturdy construction with cable management built in. http://sunnybankhifi.com.au/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=826 http://www.monitoraudio.co.uk/products/past-products/platinum/plc350 Pictures:
  15. Item: Bookshelf Speaker Stands - Q Acoustics Concept 20 Gloss Black Speaker Stand Location: Melbourne Price: $350 pickup Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer own bookshelf speakers. Used these previously with KEF LS50's before I moved the KEFs to a desktop setup. Fantastic stands. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - Current pricing here: http://www.avaustralia.com.au/q-acoustics-c20-s-concept-20-bookshelf-speaker-stands-pair/ - Review here: http://www.whathifi.com/q-acoustics/concept-20-speaker-stands/review - Some customer reviews here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Acoustics-Concept-20-Speakers-Stands/dp/B00DI8IBD4 - More info here: https://www.qacoustics.co.uk/concept-20-speaker-stands.html - Can be used with provided rubber cups or without them (i.e. spikes), whichever you prefer, depending on flooring - Check out my seller feedback here and buy with confidence: http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/profile/147696-em84/?tab=node_feedback_Feedback Pictures:
  16. Item: Bose 901 series V (5) with equalizer, stands and 12AWG monster cable Location: Melbourne Price: 1100 without or 1200 with stands (Open to offer) Item Condition: almost flawless, Even most fussy person could not criticise, see the pictures Reason for selling: These speakers sound awesome but they use too much spaces , So decide to change to slim ones with smaller footprint. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: series V (5) is just one generation before the current model series VI 6. After google, I know how to open the speaker cover. Drivers condition are better than speakers box. They are all in AS NEW conditions. The surround foams of them are very hard, no any sign of ageing. Come with - Original equalizer - Bose 901 stands (cost extra $250 ) - 12AWG monster cable. - User Manual Pictures:
  17. Item: Hi-Fi ShelfLocation: Collingwood Park, Qld (Brisbane)Price: $50Item Condition: VGCReason for selling: SurplusPayment Method: Cash, Paypal (+3%) or Bank Deposit (deposit would need to clear before taking the goods)Extra Info: Pickup Only 970mm (H) x 650mm (W) x 400mm (D). I don't know the brand/model or weight limits, but has no problem with components around 10kg per shelf. Pictures: I seem to be unable to rotate the images, never had this problem before on Stereonet - feel free to enlighten me if you can do so politely
  18. Item: Taoc MSR-3S Location: Sydney Price: $600 NEG (Retails for $1095) Item Condition: Used, good 8/10 Reason for selling: Upgraded to a new rack for additional shelves Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only, happy to deliver Extra Info:Bought from a fellow sterenonet user, I have recently upgraded to a new rack, so this one needs to go. This is an excellent little rack that would suit heavy equipment as each shelf can take 100kgs. I have had no issues with the rack which has been exclusively used only for Hifi needs and is in otherwise good condition except for a corner scratch (one at the back - pictured below) and a few superficial marks from regular usage. Dimensions and product page can be found here: http://www.krispyaudio.com.au/products/Taoc-MSR%2d3S-rack.html Happy to deliver over weekend or something if transport issues. Am usually around Sydney. Will be around Tamworth next weekend.
  19. Item: Steel TV/Video Stand, 1 drawer with castors Location: Sydney NSW Price: A$50 Item Condition: Very good-8/10 Reason for selling: To fund a redecoration home project Payment Method: Pickup at Sydney metro location & COD only Extra Info: Bought stand from Audio One (Neutral Bay) Construction: Steel welded frame with MDF shelves Overall dimensions (HWD): 48 x 39 x 38 cm Shelf dimensions (HWD): 2 x 48 x 45 cm Space between shelves (top to bottom): 13 cm
  20. Item: Steel HIFI Stand with castors Location: Sydney NSW Price: A$100 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: To fund a redecoration home project Payment Method: Pickup at Sydney metro location & COD only Extra Info: Bought stand from Audio One (Neutral Bay). Unit has minor marks. Construction: Steel frame with MDF shelves. Height adjustable 2nd & 3rd shelves within 6 cm. 2nd shelf is spiked/removable. Overall dimensions(HWD): 76 x 51 x 43 cm Shelf dimensions (HWD): 2 x 46 x 39.5 cm Space between shelves (top to bottom): 17 x 17 x 17 cm
  21. Item: IsoAcoustics IS-L8R155 Home and Studio Speakers Stands (Pair) Location: 3130 VIC Price: Sale pending...$90 + shipping Item Condition: Very good condition Reason for selling: No longer needed as I don't have a desktop setup anymore Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Direct Deposit, Paypal Extra Info: If you have bookshelves sitting on a desk, cabinet or bench, then this IsoAcoustics IS-L8R155 speaker stand a great option to isolate the speaker. It can be used in a number of heights and tilt combinations. There is a good video and more information at the IsoAcoustics site. All original packaging and manual is included. Pictures:
  22. Item: Dynaudio Stand 4 speaker stands (silver) Location: Clayton, VIC Price: SOLD Item Condition: Used - some scratches and marks but overall in reasonable condition. Reason for selling: Bought a brand new pair to go with my C1's Payment Method: Pickup - Cash. Details: The Stand 4 are Dynaudio's previous-generation flagship speaker stands. I haven't owned many stands, but these are by far the most solid and substantial that I've handled over the years. Construction is a mixture of steel frame and rubber damping, with twin columns that can be filled for mass-loading or used for cable management. The stands are in reasonable condition with some scratches and marks on the finish in various areas. They're certainly presentable at listening distance, and I personally think they are elegant, but purposeful looking stands that work well with all bookshelf speakers. I don't have packaging for these so it'll be pickup only I'm afraid. Current RRP is $500 while they are on run-out. Please note that only the stands are for sale - nothing else in the photos is included. Pics:
  23. Item : Gecko HiFi Stand Location : Parramatta, NSW Price : $300 Item condition : Very good Reason for selling : no longer required Payment method: Cash or bank transfer Link: http://www.geckoproducts.com.au/product.php?productid=16400&cat=300&page=1 2nd owner, unfortunately I don't have the cable management piece which attaches to the back of the stand. The stand is 1m in height, 64.5cm deep, 78cm wide at the front and 50cm wide at the rear, would guess it weighs around 25kg due to glass. Due to the bulk size of the item it is pick up only from Parramatta area.
  24. Item: Dynaudio Stand 6 (pair in gloss black) Location: Clayton, VIC Price: SOLD Item Condition: Mint Reason for selling: Got some Stand 4's that bolt into my C1's Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, bank deposit Details: The Stand 6 is Dynaudio's new flagship stand, replacing the Stand 4. They have a twin-compartment center column; one section can be mass loaded and the other used to feed speaker cable through. The Stand 6 is not yet available to purchase in Australia, but will be shortly for $700. I can't find the box so these are pickup only unfortunately. Good stands are so hard to find in Australia, so jump on these while you can! More info: http://www.dynaudio.com/int/home_loudspeaker_systems/accessories/stand_6.php Pics:
  25. A few weeks ago I purchased a new set of Dynaudio Focus 160 (from a special at Rio Sound and Vision). FINALLY, I've had the time to unpack out and try them out. Currently, I'm running a Denon AVR 2807 with B&W 603s3 front, LCR 600 centre and B&W LM1 rears. I live in a smallish apartment so no sub (it would be total overkill with the 603s). My main transport is a Logitech Squeezebox Touch linked to a Synology NAS (full of my .flac files) feeding into a Moon 100D DAC. The turntable is a Project Debut Carbon with standard OM10 cartridge feeding into a Moon 110LP Phono amp and Chord Crimson RCA interconnects for both the Phono and DAC. I've heard over and over that Dynaudio speakers require a lengthy run-in time, however, I'll give you my first impressions after 2 hours of medium/high level listening. Also, I've set the Dyns up temporarily sitting on their foam packaging on little Ikea tables and I appreciate this is far from ideal (plan to purchase some stands for them). Specs (from manufacturer) Sensitivity 85 dB IEC Power handling > 200 W Impedance 4 Ω Frequency Response 44 Hz – 21 kHz (± 3 dB) Weight 7.6 kg Dimensions (W x H x D) 202 x 350 x 294 mm 7.9 x 13.8 x 11.6" Build Quality From the moment they were unpacked, these speakers exuded quality. The black piano finish is precise and this is evident by the fact that you can see your own reflection without leaping back three feet after being greeted with a horribly distorted figure. The boxes feel solid weighing 7.6kg each and the overall finish and precise placement of the drivers is second to none. They are rear ported and their rear terminals, although single inputs (no bi-wiring/bi-amping) accept either banana plugs or sufficiently thick bare wires. Aesthetics Beautiful... really! As mentioned above, the piano finish is excellent and the tapered (to the rear) cabinets look smart and I'm sure have a practical function. The detachable grill sits approx 1cm from the cabinet's front face. They have a contemporary look and would fit in with almost any decor given that they are available in a range of finishes. I often hear dynaudio speakers described as being very 'industrial' like design and although I think this is true for the DM series and C1/C2, I think the Focus series is a far more conventional and versatile (not to say that I wouldn't jump at a pair of C1s given the opportunity). Sound Quality (The most important bit) Okay, I'm not adept at reviewing audio gear, but i'll do my best here. I set the the speakers up in an A/B config on my receiver, although I must add that the B&W towers were running in a bi-amped config through the receiver so potentially had an advantage (debatable). Room placement was also different with the Dyns sitting at least 1.5 foot in front of the B&W (this may affect bass response). Firstly, any buyers remorse faded very quickly. The Dyns exhibited a extremely controlled response with seemingly even response across all frequencies (excluding the very low bass <45hz). When I first powered up the Dyns and switched the receiver to 'B' speakers, I had to double check the setting as my girlfriend immediately asked "When can we listen to the new speakers". To my amazement, the settings were correct and we had the Dyns pumping away while the B&Ws sat silent. The treble response is crisp without sounding over-analytical and the finest details are reproduced effortlessly. Even at high volumes, I felt comfortable and not overwhelmed by harsh treble tones. I found the Dyns to a be a more forward sounding speaker over the B&Ws, although their placement woud have contributed. The refined treble meant that listening to these babies at high volumes did not leave you feeling like you'd just had your ears drilled out by a Black & Decker. The mids were smooth and presented vocals in a truly life-like way, which really took Tracy Chapman's self-titled album to a new level for me. I would describe the mids as being realistic and balanced with a focus on vocals. I've often heard speakers that make the vocals sound distant or muffled, the Dyns brought them to life in a way I have never heard. In terms of bass, these little guys do a tremendous job. For this task, I turned to Kraftwerk's 'Electric Cafe' and various rap tracks from 2pac. The first thing I noticed about the bass response was 'controled'. Surprisingly, the little Dyns handled frequencies that I never thought possible from a standmounted speaker. If your primary listening is rap/electro then I would probably suggest a subwoofer, however, I found the lower bass sufficient. The B&Ws definitely have the edge with low-down bass, however, that is to be expected given their 2.5way floorstander design. In saying that though, the Dyns were more than capable of filling my 18ft x 13ft living room. Conclusion Straight out of the box these speakers amazed me particularly with their ability to bring music to life. I would be keen to see if their performance improves from further listening and I think a 2 channel amp upgrade would improve them even further. If you are in the market for speakers in this price range ($3,200 retail), then I would highly recommend placing them on your audition list. Cheers, David
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