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  1. Item: COCKTAIL AUDIO X50D + 2 x 2TB WD Black HDD's Location: Melbourne (Bayside) Price: $2,275 ONO Item Condition: Spanking Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Only Extra Info: To be honest this is a fantastic piece of Audio Equipment. Its one of the best all rounders I've ever owned! it does everything - Ripper, Streamer, Storage, SERVER, Transport, CD Player, Video Output....Full Specs are below. Any reasonable offer accepted. Selling due to upgrade. Most versatile and powerful Pure Digital Music Server with database, CD Ripper, Network Streamer and much more Features of Hardware and Engineering Equipped with high-performance Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 processor running at 1.0Ghz XMOS 32bit/500MIPS 8 Core Powerful Microcontroller DDR-1066 1GByte Main Memory and 8GByte Nand Flash Memory High speed optical disk drive for quick CD ripping 7 inch TFT LCD(1024 x 600 pixels) screen for intuitive GUI DAB+/FM Tuner built-in USB Audio Class 2.0 Output for connecting to an USB Digital-to-Analogue Converter(DAC) I²S Digital Out(RJ45 & HDMI) to support up to Native DSD including 24bit/192Khz Giga Fast Ethernet(10/100/1000Mbps) built-in Support up to 8TB(Tera Bytes) storage like 3.5"/2.5" hard disk or SSD Using RAID System function, total 16TB storage configuration is possible HDMI Out connector for using an external screen like TV as its GUI screen Rugged chassis construction with full aluminum body chassis by CNC cutting Versatile Software functionalities and usage Support various file formats like MQA, DSD(64/128/256), DXD(24Bit/352.8Khz), including 24Bit/192Khz WAV/FLAC and full range hi-res audio file formats CD Ripping with professional CD metadata and album cover art provided by Gracenote Make your own digital music file collection of DAB+/FM radio and Internet radio to X50D MusicDB via its recording function with hi-res sampling rate 24bit/192Khz High Connectivity Various network protocol supported(UPnP(DLNA) Server/Client/Media Renderer, Samba Server/Client, FTP Server,Web Server, etc Major Music Streaming Services(TIDAL, TIDAL MQA, Deezer, Qobuz, Napster, Spotify Connect) and Internet Radio(Airable) available Customized Remote Control App, NOVATRON MusicX for iOS and Android Customized WebInterface(WebUI) for remote control and MusicDB management by PC Support 'Roon Ready', which is the famous Music Player for Music Lovers High Performance System Resources and custom-designed software Based on Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 main processor running at 1.0GHz, additional 32Bit/500MIPS Microcontroller and custom-designed smart software, the X50D will satisfy highend audiophiles and all music lovers with great performance and versatile features Wonderful Sound Quality created by in-house circuit design know-how and qualified components Our all experiences, know-how and technoligies for digital circuit design accumlated for long period and qualified components are applied completely to the X50D to deliver great sound to music lovers XMOS 32Bit/500MIPS 8 Core Powerful Microcontroller X50D can support up to Native DSD256 via its I²S Digital Output(RJ45 & HDMI) for highend audiophiles who have already a nice DAC which has I²S Digital Input DAB+ Tuner and FM Radio Tuner For high quality digital radio and traditional FM Radio, X50D offers DAB+ tuner and FM tuner High Quality Digital Out Terminal Two Coaxial Out, Toslink and AES/EBU XRL are available to let users make perfect audio component system by connecting to various external devices USB Audio Class 2.0 Output For music lovers and audiophiles who have already nice USB DAC, the USB Audio Out solution will be very useful 12V Trigger Out and In You could use 12V Trigger Out/In to trigger(on/off ) a connected device like amplifier Word Clock Via this Word Clock Out, X50D will send out the sample rate signal of currently playing file Two High Speed USB3.0 Host Ports For quick data transfer purpose, X50D offers two(2) high speed USB3.0 Host ports at rear side HDMI for bigger external screen or Audio out Via this HDMI out, users may connect to bigger external screen for GUI, or connect to an audio devices which have HDMI input RAID System with Two Storage Deck for Music Server X50D offers two storage decks which accept 3.5"/2.5" SATA hard disk and Solid State Drive(SSD). According to users' purpose, they can setup RAID system easily. X50D offers three(3) kinds of RAID mode such as Mirror, Stripe and Big CD Ripping with Gracenote CD metadata and Album cover art Load all your CD collection onto the X50D Music Database in FLAC, ALAC, WAV or MP3 file format with professional CD metadata and album cover art from Gracenote Music Database function The X50D has a well-organized Music Database built-in, which offers very nice and convenient functions like SEARCH, display by text or cover art, SORT, various View, etc Digital Inputs X50D has digital inputs(Toslink & Coaxial) for connecting to external source devices. You can make your own digital music collection by X50D's recording function Recording with 192Khz hi-res sampling rate The X50D offers a recording function for internet radio, DAB+/FM radio and Digital Inputs. You can make your own digital music collection with wonderful sound Auto/Manual Cutting for the recorded files Auto/Manual cutting function to edit the recorded files is available at the X50D. You can easily edit files and import them into X50D Music Database Versatile Networking and Remote Control with a Customized App Connect the X50D to your network for streaming music to and from other devices, listen to cloud based music services and control remotely using mobile devices with our customized remote control app, NOVATRON MusicX or WebInterface Control remotely by mobile devices with customized Remote Control App, NOVATRON MusicX app Major Music Streaming Services integrated You can access tens of thousands of internet radio stations and online music services like TIDAL, Deezer, Napster and Qobuz including Spotify Connect function Control remotely by PC with WebInterface Control the X50D remotely by your PC with its nice WebInterface function Support various network protocols like UPnP Server/Client/Renderer, Samba Server/Client Stream songs to and from other compatible devices in the same network AirPlay and Spotify Connect You can play songs from iOS devices and musics from Spotify via X50D wirelessly Control X50D by Roon As X50D supports 'Roon Ready', you can control X50D with Roon, which is great music player for music loves 7 inch TFT LCD Screen for Intuitive GUI and HDMI Out for external screen 7 inch big screen will let you control the X50D easily with intuitive GUI, and connect it to your TV for an external screen to view bigger GUI or a slideshow of photos while listening to your music collection DAB+/FM Radio Tuner built-in Enjoy high quality digital radio via DAB+ Tuner, and record any song or broadcast with high quality sound High Connectivity for various external devices 2 x USB3.0 host at rear and 1 x USB2.0 host GigaFast Ethernet LAN HDMI Out for external screen or Audio out USB Audio Class2.0 Output Digital Outputs(2 x I²S, 1 x Word Clock, 2 x Coaxial, 1 x Toslink, 1 x AES/EBU XRL, 1 x HDMI) Digital Inputs(1 x Coaxial, 1 x Toslink) And more..... Two(2) Storage Decks for Music Server 3.5"/2.5" SATA hard disk and Solid State Drive(SSD) is accepted to the X50D, which supports up to 8TB capacity of individual storage. X50D offers RAID System configuration. According to users' purpose, they can setup RAID system easily by themselves. It offers three(3) kinds of RAID mode such as Mirror, Stripe and Big Rugged and durable casing with full aluminum CNC cutting The X50D front panel is based on 13mm thickness aluminum with CNC cutting, and whole body also is based on full aluminum CNC cutting. The die-cast aluminum feet provide rigidity along with additional resistance from external vibration. Model name cocktailAudio X50(D) Host CPU & Memory CPU: Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 running at 1.0GHz Main Memory: DDR-1066 1GByte NAND Flash 8GByte CD Player Type Front Loading Supported media CD, CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R/RW Display 7.0" TFT LCD(1,024 x 600pixels)(* able to connect to ext. screen via HDMI out) Interface Key & Jog(Volume/Scroll), IR Remote Control, Customized Remote App for iOS and Android devices, Web Interface Digital out (Variable/Fixed) COAXIAL x 2 S/PDIF 75ohm RCA, Sample rate: up to 24bit/192KHz TOSLINK x 1 S/PDIF, Sample rate: up to 24bit/192KHz AES/EBU/XRL x 1 110ohm, Sample rate: up to 24bit/192KHz I²S Out x 2 RJ45 Native DSD, DoP, PCM up to 24bit/192Khz HDMI Native DSD, DoP, PCM up to 24bit/192Khz USB Audio x 1 USB Audio Class 2.0 Out(supported up to DSD256) HDMI Out x 1 HDMI Audio Out(*Shared with HDMI Out for external screen) Word Clock Out up to 192KHz Digital Input (For X50D only) COAXIAL x 1 Sample Rate up to 24bit/192Khz TOSLINK x 1 Sample Rate up to 24bit/192Khz Supported Storage Hard Disk 2.5" SATA, up to 8TB * Two(2) Storage Decks * RAID System for two storages (3 modes: Mirror, Stripe or Big) 3.5" SATA, up to 8TB SSD 2.5" SATA, up to 8TB Tuner DAB+/FM DAB+/FM Tuner built-in(Selectable for DAB/DAB+ or FM Radio) Connectivity USB Host USB3.0(5V/1A) x 2 at rear USB2.0(5V/1A) x 1 at front Network Wired Giga Fast Ethernet(10/100/1000Mbs) Wireless(Option) ※ 802.11b/g/n WiFi USB dongle(Option) 12V Trigger Out Max 200mA, 12V In Max 12V HDMI Out Connect to external screen(* Shared with HDMI Audio Out) Codec & Format supported MQA, DSD(DSD64, DSD128, DSD256), DXD(24Bit/352.8Khz), HD WAV(24Bit/192KHz), HD FLAC(24Bit/192KHz), APE/CUE, WAV, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, AIF, AAC, M4A, MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, PCM, M3U, PLS, CAF, etc Network Protocols Supported UPnP(DLNA) Server/Client/Media Renderer, Samba Server/Client, FTP Server, Web Server, etc Internet Services Internet Radio Airable Online Music Services TIDAL, Deezer, Qobuz, Spotify Connect Supported OSD languages English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Dutch, Russian, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean(To be added by request) Power Source AC110 - 240V / 50 - 60Hz Free Voltage Mechanical Material Front 13mm thickness aluminum by CNC cutting Knob Aluminum by CNC cutting Body Full aluminum by CNC cutting Dimension Without foot 441mm(W) x 330mm(D) x 80mm(H) With foot 441mm(W) x 330mm(D) x 100mm(H) Certificate CE, FCC, EMI, etc Silver in Colour - Special Factory order....Full Australia Power Supply compatible - This is NOT a US import. Original BOX and Papers. Additional Wireless USB Network Adaptor Included. NON Smoking and Pet Free Home. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  2. Item: COCKTAIL AUDIO X50D + 2 x 2TB WD Black HDD's Location: Melbourne (Bayside) Price: $2,275 OVNO Item Condition: Spanking Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Only Extra Info: To be honest this is a fantastic piece of Audio Equipment. Its one of the best all rounders I've ever owned! it does everything - Ripper, Streamer, Storage, Transport, CD Player, Video Output....Full Specs are below. Selling due to upgrade. Most versatile and powerful Pure Digital Music Server with database, CD Ripper, Network Streamer and much more Features of Hardware and Engineering Equipped with high-performance Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 processor running at 1.0Ghz XMOS 32bit/500MIPS 8 Core Powerful Microcontroller DDR-1066 1GByte Main Memory and 8GByte Nand Flash Memory High speed optical disk drive for quick CD ripping 7 inch TFT LCD(1024 x 600 pixels) screen for intuitive GUI DAB+/FM Tuner built-in USB Audio Class 2.0 Output for connecting to an USB Digital-to-Analogue Converter(DAC) I²S Digital Out(RJ45 & HDMI) to support up to Native DSD including 24bit/192Khz Giga Fast Ethernet(10/100/1000Mbps) built-in Support up to 8TB(Tera Bytes) storage like 3.5"/2.5" hard disk or SSD Using RAID System function, total 16TB storage configuration is possible HDMI Out connector for using an external screen like TV as its GUI screen Rugged chassis construction with full aluminum body chassis by CNC cutting Versatile Software functionalities and usage Support various file formats like MQA, DSD(64/128/256), DXD(24Bit/352.8Khz), including 24Bit/192Khz WAV/FLAC and full range hi-res audio file formats CD Ripping with professional CD metadata and album cover art provided by Gracenote Make your own digital music file collection of DAB+/FM radio and Internet radio to X50D MusicDB via its recording function with hi-res sampling rate 24bit/192Khz High Connectivity Various network protocol supported(UPnP(DLNA) Server/Client/Media Renderer, Samba Server/Client, FTP Server,Web Server, etc Major Music Streaming Services(TIDAL, TIDAL MQA, Deezer, Qobuz, Napster, Spotify Connect) and Internet Radio(Airable) available Customized Remote Control App, NOVATRON MusicX for iOS and Android Customized WebInterface(WebUI) for remote control and MusicDB management by PC Support 'Roon Ready', which is the famous Music Player for Music Lovers High Performance System Resources and custom-designed software Based on Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 main processor running at 1.0GHz, additional 32Bit/500MIPS Microcontroller and custom-designed smart software, the X50D will satisfy highend audiophiles and all music lovers with great performance and versatile features Wonderful Sound Quality created by in-house circuit design know-how and qualified components Our all experiences, know-how and technoligies for digital circuit design accumlated for long period and qualified components are applied completely to the X50D to deliver great sound to music lovers XMOS 32Bit/500MIPS 8 Core Powerful Microcontroller X50D can support up to Native DSD256 via its I²S Digital Output(RJ45 & HDMI) for highend audiophiles who have already a nice DAC which has I²S Digital Input DAB+ Tuner and FM Radio Tuner For high quality digital radio and traditional FM Radio, X50D offers DAB+ tuner and FM tuner High Quality Digital Out Terminal Two Coaxial Out, Toslink and AES/EBU XRL are available to let users make perfect audio component system by connecting to various external devices USB Audio Class 2.0 Output For music lovers and audiophiles who have already nice USB DAC, the USB Audio Out solution will be very useful 12V Trigger Out and In You could use 12V Trigger Out/In to trigger(on/off ) a connected device like amplifier Word Clock Via this Word Clock Out, X50D will send out the sample rate signal of currently playing file Two High Speed USB3.0 Host Ports For quick data transfer purpose, X50D offers two(2) high speed USB3.0 Host ports at rear side HDMI for bigger external screen or Audio out Via this HDMI out, users may connect to bigger external screen for GUI, or connect to an audio devices which have HDMI input RAID System with Two Storage Deck for Music Server X50D offers two storage decks which accept 3.5"/2.5" SATA hard disk and Solid State Drive(SSD). According to users' purpose, they can setup RAID system easily. X50D offers three(3) kinds of RAID mode such as Mirror, Stripe and Big CD Ripping with Gracenote CD metadata and Album cover art Load all your CD collection onto the X50D Music Database in FLAC, ALAC, WAV or MP3 file format with professional CD metadata and album cover art from Gracenote Music Database function The X50D has a well-organized Music Database built-in, which offers very nice and convenient functions like SEARCH, display by text or cover art, SORT, various View, etc Digital Inputs X50D has digital inputs(Toslink & Coaxial) for connecting to external source devices. You can make your own digital music collection by X50D's recording function Recording with 192Khz hi-res sampling rate The X50D offers a recording function for internet radio, DAB+/FM radio and Digital Inputs. You can make your own digital music collection with wonderful sound Auto/Manual Cutting for the recorded files Auto/Manual cutting function to edit the recorded files is available at the X50D. You can easily edit files and import them into X50D Music Database Versatile Networking and Remote Control with a Customized App Connect the X50D to your network for streaming music to and from other devices, listen to cloud based music services and control remotely using mobile devices with our customized remote control app, NOVATRON MusicX or WebInterface Control remotely by mobile devices with customized Remote Control App, NOVATRON MusicX app Major Music Streaming Services integrated You can access tens of thousands of internet radio stations and online music services like TIDAL, Deezer, Napster and Qobuz including Spotify Connect function Control remotely by PC with WebInterface Control the X50D remotely by your PC with its nice WebInterface function Support various network protocols like UPnP Server/Client/Renderer, Samba Server/Client Stream songs to and from other compatible devices in the same network AirPlay and Spotify Connect You can play songs from iOS devices and musics from Spotify via X50D wirelessly Control X50D by Roon As X50D supports 'Roon Ready', you can control X50D with Roon, which is great music player for music loves 7 inch TFT LCD Screen for Intuitive GUI and HDMI Out for external screen 7 inch big screen will let you control the X50D easily with intuitive GUI, and connect it to your TV for an external screen to view bigger GUI or a slideshow of photos while listening to your music collection DAB+/FM Radio Tuner built-in Enjoy high quality digital radio via DAB+ Tuner, and record any song or broadcast with high quality sound High Connectivity for various external devices 2 x USB3.0 host at rear and 1 x USB2.0 host GigaFast Ethernet LAN HDMI Out for external screen or Audio out USB Audio Class2.0 Output Digital Outputs(2 x I²S, 1 x Word Clock, 2 x Coaxial, 1 x Toslink, 1 x AES/EBU XRL, 1 x HDMI) Digital Inputs(1 x Coaxial, 1 x Toslink) And more..... Two(2) Storage Decks for Music Server 3.5"/2.5" SATA hard disk and Solid State Drive(SSD) is accepted to the X50D, which supports up to 8TB capacity of individual storage. X50D offers RAID System configuration. According to users' purpose, they can setup RAID system easily by themselves. It offers three(3) kinds of RAID mode such as Mirror, Stripe and Big Rugged and durable casing with full aluminum CNC cutting The X50D front panel is based on 13mm thickness aluminum with CNC cutting, and whole body also is based on full aluminum CNC cutting. The die-cast aluminum feet provide rigidity along with additional resistance from external vibration. Model name cocktailAudio X50(D) Host CPU & Memory CPU: Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 running at 1.0GHz Main Memory: DDR-1066 1GByte NAND Flash 8GByte CD Player Type Front Loading Supported media CD, CD-DA, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R/RW Display 7.0" TFT LCD(1,024 x 600pixels)(* able to connect to ext. screen via HDMI out) Interface Key & Jog(Volume/Scroll), IR Remote Control, Customized Remote App for iOS and Android devices, Web Interface Digital out (Variable/Fixed) COAXIAL x 2 S/PDIF 75ohm RCA, Sample rate: up to 24bit/192KHz TOSLINK x 1 S/PDIF, Sample rate: up to 24bit/192KHz AES/EBU/XRL x 1 110ohm, Sample rate: up to 24bit/192KHz I²S Out x 2 RJ45 Native DSD, DoP, PCM up to 24bit/192Khz HDMI Native DSD, DoP, PCM up to 24bit/192Khz USB Audio x 1 USB Audio Class 2.0 Out(supported up to DSD256) HDMI Out x 1 HDMI Audio Out(*Shared with HDMI Out for external screen) Word Clock Out up to 192KHz Digital Input (For X50D only) COAXIAL x 1 Sample Rate up to 24bit/192Khz TOSLINK x 1 Sample Rate up to 24bit/192Khz Supported Storage Hard Disk 2.5" SATA, up to 8TB * Two(2) Storage Decks * RAID System for two storages (3 modes: Mirror, Stripe or Big) 3.5" SATA, up to 8TB SSD 2.5" SATA, up to 8TB Tuner DAB+/FM DAB+/FM Tuner built-in(Selectable for DAB/DAB+ or FM Radio) Connectivity USB Host USB3.0(5V/1A) x 2 at rear USB2.0(5V/1A) x 1 at front Network Wired Giga Fast Ethernet(10/100/1000Mbs) Wireless(Option) ※ 802.11b/g/n WiFi USB dongle(Option) 12V Trigger Out Max 200mA, 12V In Max 12V HDMI Out Connect to external screen(* Shared with HDMI Audio Out) Codec & Format supported MQA, DSD(DSD64, DSD128, DSD256), DXD(24Bit/352.8Khz), HD WAV(24Bit/192KHz), HD FLAC(24Bit/192KHz), APE/CUE, WAV, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, AIF, AAC, M4A, MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, PCM, M3U, PLS, CAF, etc Network Protocols Supported UPnP(DLNA) Server/Client/Media Renderer, Samba Server/Client, FTP Server, Web Server, etc Internet Services Internet Radio Airable Online Music Services TIDAL, Deezer, Qobuz, Spotify Connect Supported OSD languages English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Dutch, Russian, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean(To be added by request) Power Source AC110 - 240V / 50 - 60Hz Free Voltage Mechanical Material Front 13mm thickness aluminum by CNC cutting Knob Aluminum by CNC cutting Body Full aluminum by CNC cutting Dimension Without foot 441mm(W) x 330mm(D) x 80mm(H) With foot 441mm(W) x 330mm(D) x 100mm(H) Certificate CE, FCC, EMI, etc Silver in Colour - Special Factory order....Full Australia Power Supply compatible - This is NOT a US import. Original BOX and Papers. Additional Wireless USB Network Adaptor Included. NON Smoking and Pet Free Home. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Item: Cambridge CXC CD Transport- Silver Location: Brunswick Heads NSW Price: $400 Firm + Postage Item Condition: Excellent (except for minor scratch, top back left corner of case, see last 2 photos) Reason for selling: Streaming, not playing CDs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I'm the original owner, bought from The Audio Experts just on 18 months ago. I've enjoyed using this and been extremely happy with its' performance but it's only been lightly used as more and more I've been only streaming music, hence the sale. Note that this is optimised for Redbook CD playback so that's the only format/speed supported [which gets you more bang for your buck] technical specs here: https://www.cambridgeaudio.com/en/products/cx/cxc Review here: https://www.whathifi.com/cambridge-audio/cxc/review Comes with remote and power cord and I have original packaging so, happy to post, estimate approx $30 depending on location Pictures:
  4. I made the mistake of using my mobile phone to find a map of where the HiFi Show 2018 is being held. It took 8 minutes to discover that it's at the south end of St Kilda Rd and nowhere near the suburb of Albert Park. In fact, it's about 400m from where I work. So I have set about compiling a Guide to the Vicinity so that out of town visitors won't be fooled nor frustrated by website popups that overlay your phone screen and the lack of a street number in the marketing collateral. This Guide is completely off-the-record and off-the-vinyl and un-official. And, although shorter than a fantasy trilogy, it does come with a map. The Pullman Mercure Hotel is where the blue teardrop is. Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park 65 Queens Road Melbourne Victoria 3004 Australia Tip: don't go to the suburb of Albert Park expecting to find a Mercure Pullman or a Pullman Mercure Hotel. The suburb of Albert Park is diagonally opposite at the far end of the Lake and is visible from the Hifi Show venue in the far distance, particularly from the higher floors or by use of binoculars. But by a quirk of Melbourne's postcode geography the hotel and hence the show is located just over the road from the Postal Code of Albert Park 3206, for the Lake is fully enclosed by the 3206 postcode. Who knew? Most people think of the area where the Hi Fi Show is being held, as part of St Kilda or the bottom end of St Kilda Rd. This may include taxi drivers and uber drivers. It also includes the Pullman Mercure, which says its address is actually in the VIC 3004 postcode. So it's St Kilda, not Albert Park. Don't be fooled. Most of the rest of this discussion is about St Kilda Rd as the main retail axis. Queens Rd is basically an arterial. To the venue from St Kilda Rd The Moubray St/ Beatrice St intersection is the part of St Kilda Rd closest to the venue. There's a shortcut walkway between the big curvy apartment building on the corner of St Kilda Rd/ Beatrice St and the building with the superette in it. Walk through that walkway, down some steps past the creche/childcare, and then walk across Queens Lane. Go through the driveway with the new wooden post-and-rail fence. It's part of the hotel complex, in fact it's the northernmost boundary of the Pullman Mercure. At Queens Rd it's the northern-most of the hotel entrances that is the HiFi Show entrance. Getting there by public transport (1) tram "There" is 20 minutes down St Kilda Rd by tram from Flinders St Station. You can take any southbound tram you like except for the 1, 8, or 72. Remember the mnemonic "1872" and ignore those trams. Get off at the tram stop on the corner of St Kilda Rd and Moubray St. Or St Kilda Rd and High St if you want a more user-friendly accessible stop. That stop has a myki top-up machine. Then a short walk along Beatrice St and you are there. "Metlink Melbourne Journey Planner" is a good web guide for point-to-point travel planning. For out of towners: to use Melbourne's public transport you need to buy a Myki card. Weirdly, this is not available from bus drivers, and nor is it free like Sydney's Oyster card. You can buy a myki at most superettes and at very large railways stations such as Flinders St Station. You can use it for bus, train and tram. (2) train The Sandringham line train stops at Prahran Station. From there it's a 10-15 minute walk or you can take the #6 tram along High St until it stops at St Kilda Rd superstop or at the Moubray St stop. The Prahran Station tram stop on High St is to be found on the St Kilda Rd side of the railway bridge. (3) bus A bus goes from the CBD down St Kilda Rd to the Alfred Hospital. It's route is past the National Art Gallery and at the Gallery that road has been closed because the City Council is building a park in the middle of the road. As a result, those buses have been stopped from going up St Kilda Rd, in fact the route temporarily is stopped at the Alfred Hospital but anyone coming from the Eastern Suburbs would do well to look at this option of bussing to The Alfred. (4) Helicopter The nearest helipad is at the Alfred Hospital. If you are arriving in the area by helicopter you have other things on your mind than hi-fi. Getting there by car: parking This varies depending on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The key to unlocking the spatio-temporal distortion that is parking in the area is to recognise that the closer you get to The Alfred Hospital, the more expensive or problematical the street parking. But there is a corollary: commuter clearways have inexpensive rates on some sides of St Kilda Rd, possibly to lull you into forgetting the time and paying up as your car is towed away. Tip: always check the parking restrictions for that section of parking. The parking wardens are feral, so set your phone alarm. Tip: take coins. Lots of them. There are several all-day parking buildings in Queen's Lane. Rates vary greatly. There might be some parking in Albert Park by the Powerhouse Rugby Club. Some all-day street parking is available free on Saturdays and (particularly) Sundays. To sum up, parking restrictions vary by which block you are in, and which lane you are in. For example, south of Moubray/ Beatrice is cheaper than north of Moubray/ Beatrice, except during weekends when the centre parks along St Kilda Rd are free. Shopping - goods I've mentioned the superette on St Kilda Rd just south of Beatrice St. There's another larger one on Commercial Rd at the corner of Alfred Lane. Also there's a 7-11 on the corner of Commercial Rd and St Kilda Rd. For Coles and Woolworths, you can go to Prahran, where Coles is located not far from the corner of Commercial Rd and Chapel St, and Woolworths is behind Coles. On the map this area is shown as Prahran Central. On the other side of Commercial Rd from Prahran Central is the Prahran Market. By public transport take a bus or the #72 tram along Commercial Rd, say from the stops opposite The Alfred Hospital or from the corner of Commercial Rd and St Kilda Rd. (An alternative is the #6 tram along High St to Prahran Station and then walk north to Prahran Central. This route will take you via Greville Records, part of the most expensive tram route in Melbourne) An alternative is a Woolworths near the corner of Canterbury Rd and Fitzroy St, known as St Kilda Station. This is a 15-minute walk across the Park. The nearest chemist is just inside the main entrance of The Alfred Hospital. There's a Post Office on St Kilda Rd 200m north of Commercial Rd. Another Post Office is found in the large newsagent inside the Alfred Hospital. The nearest Officeworks is by the railway line at Commercial Rd. The nearest hardware store is a block further down High St from the Chapel St intersection. Eating - food at weekdays There are many places to buy lunch during weekdays. All the cafes along St Kilda Rd are open. In the block between Lorne St and Beatrice St there's a pho place that always has a queue, and a rather good Indonesian restaurant tucked away in an alleyway between two buildings, blink and you'll miss it. North of Moubray St there's Epicure which does a good trade in tasty food, and again we head up to the shops on the corner of Commercial Rd and St Kilda Rd for eateries - mexican takeaways, burgers, stuffed potatoes, and a French-themed Cafe. This strip is the main shopping in the area. Behind the service station on the corner of Punt Rd and Commercial Rd is a building that was refurbished for reality TV "The Block" which has a cafe "Mister Zen" which is something a little different. That's a little bit of a walk from the venue. If you want to travel a few blocks, one of the best cafes in the area is Cafe Safi at 484 St Kilda Rd, north of Hanna St. Say, 3 trams stops towards the CBD. Food on Saturdays The Indonesian restaurant/ cafe mentioned above is open, as is a bar "Blue Bar" near it. All the eateries along Commercial Rd are open. For breakfast, the hotels northwards between Beatrice St and Roy St are worth your time. Operating almost all day every day, you are guaranteed of something to eat at Alf's, which is the very large food premises on the ground floor of The Alfred Hospital. Coffee I think The Mantra at 568 St Kilda Rd does the best coffee in the area. Not cheap. Restaurants Expensive yet giving a sense of value for money is Le Gitane on Commercial Rd. The food and wine list is very good indeed. Bookings essential. Not far from Le Gitane is an Indian restaurant with reasonable food, takeaways, but no atmosphere. A couple of bars upstairs in buildings near Punt Rd on High St have recently made the foodies columns. For pub food, the best in the area is the College Lawn on Greville St about two block from Prahran Station. The College Lawn is Melbourne's rugby pub but there are no international oval-ball games on during the weekend of the show, so you should be able to get a table. A block from Prahran Station on the other side of Greville St is a very good pizza restaurant as well as an assortment of bars. The restaurant strip of Fitzroy St, St Kilda is within walking distance and has every cuisine you may want, or continue through to Acland St. Further around the lake, there is fine dining at Middle Park. Bars There are two in the block between Lorne St and Beatrice St on St Kilda Rd, both within a couple of hundred metres of the venue and open till late. Further afield are the College Lawn, corner of Greville St and Charles St. The Gunn Island Hotel at Middle Park is worth a visit with friends. Local interest Albert Park Lake is a delight in the sunshine. At the south end is a plaque noting the tree that the local Aboriginal people would meet under for their Councils. The AIDS Memorial Garden is an island of peace and quiet on Moubray St about 30m east of Ormond Hall. Other advice Please add your own advice. Marc has a lot riding on these shows and it's his web site, so please keep to things that don't need to be moderated. Enjoy the event!
  5. Item: Meridian G08 CD Player Location: Perth (6050) Price: $1490 Neg Item Condition: Used Reason for selling: Moving more and more into vinyl and have too much gear. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: High end 24 bit compact disc player with class A output stage. Uses a DVD Rom drive as a transport mechanism to improve error correction and supports playback of MP3 files. Excellent condition: Only aesthetic issue has been the ink coming off slightly on the front. This is a common issue with all meridian players and plenty of info regarding the disappearing ink issue on the net. Does not affect the playing of the G08. Specifications Disc format: CD, MP3 Digital converter: AD1852, Delta Sigma 24-bit, 192kHz CD Mechanism: DVS DSL-710A Signal to Noise Ratio: 100dB Total harmonic distortion: 0.0025% Line output: 2.3V (unbalanced), 4.6V (balanced) Digital outputs: coaxial, optical Dimensions: 440 x 90 x 350mm Weight: 9kg Accessories: remote control Year: 2004 Original Price: USD $3995 (2005), GBP £2250 (2004) Pictures:
  6. Hi everyone... Does anyone have any thoughts or experiences using either of these players as transports? And which one do you think would perform better if used solely as a tranport? Thanks
  7. Item: Meridian 508.20 20 bit CD Player / Transport Location: South Coogee, Sydney, NSW Price: $730 Item Condition: Excellent, comes with original box and manual Reason for selling: I don't use CDs very often anymore. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash only. Extra Info: Very highly rated CD Player. It has served me well, but it's time to move on! Pictures:
  8. Item: Allo Digione Spdif Transport/Player Location: Grafton NSW Price: $180 postage included (Price new delivered is about $250) Item Condition: Almost brand new Reason for selling: Too much stuff and need the money Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I have this problem that I have to buy and try things. Allo has the Usb Bridge and the Digione. I went for the latter as I have a dac that does not have usb input. This product is so cheap and got excellent reviews so I bought it to check it out. It has absolutely delivered to all the claims and reviews. I stronly believe that nothing in this price range can beat it. I used for a few weeks and then an Auralic Aries came up for purchase - I could not resist and settled on that. Excellent info and reviews here: https://www.allo.com/sparky/digione-player.html I wanted to keep it for one of my other systems, but I need to declutter and pay school fees. Pictures: Please let me know if you want, but it looks like the one on the website I linked.
  9. Item: marantz cd 94 mk2 Location: blue mountains Price: 1200 ono Item Condition: very good except for the play button - see pictures. belts for tray recently replaced. LED and display bright clear and beautiful Reason for selling: trying something different Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, bank transfer Extra Info: classic marantz. there with the best cd players around. single crown TDA1541A DAC chips . Pictures:
  10. Item: meridian 508. 20 CD player Location:blue mountains Price: 925 Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: too good to be sitting around Payment Method: Cash, Paypal + %, transfer. Extra Info: stunning sounding CD player - very 'analogue' with lovely mids but still plenty of sparkle in the top. beautiful condition. remote is not original and has more functions than necessary but does the work. new laser 2008 and not much use since. this was actually the reason for my jumping in to purchasing this unit - a new laser in a meridian. the only caveat is that the fast forwardtrack and fast backtrack buttons can be slow to respond . the standard forward and other functions are fine Pictures: 2 Quote Edit Bookmark
  11. I was looking for a streamer with USB out can came across this, https://www.nativsound.com Gist of it here by Sound & Vision - https://www.soundandvision.com/content/nativ-adds-cd-ripper-their-high-res-audio-lineup-indiegogo#16ygoTAkmmodxerm.97 It's an interesting product, can act as DAC, steamer, transport, music server, renderer. Has just about every interface you can think of. Wondering anyone got one here? BTW, I hate nothing more (sorry hate is a strong word) laptop hooked up to my stereo, it feels like work. SMB
  12. Item: Phillips CDM Pro Transport Location: Price: 250 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I bought my hi end CD player new and this was Phillips top transport. In my OCD hifi frenzy, I purchased the latest Phillips CDM Pro four years later for $1000 plus the fitting. No difference in sound quality. This has never been used since I replaced it. I will also guarantee it works or your money back. Provided it is installed within eight weeks of purchase. I will ship anywhere in Oz. I will also ship overseas, but no money back guarantee applies with overseas buyer. What you see in the pics is what you get. Apparently, they do not make these anymore anywhere in the world. They last for many years, so if you want a great transport, here it is. Thanks for looking and Merry Christmas. Pictures:
  13. Item: Rega Jupiter CD Player Location: Melbourne Price: Cost $2300 Sell $550 Item Condition: Good Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Would make up part of a good second small system , or used as a transport or in the office with a Headpone system . It employs 7 separate power supplies, separate Wolfson 24 bit DAC for each channel. It produces detailed sound with lush warm mid range, with great sound stage. It has the famous Rega "musicality" and very close to analog sound, rather than digital sound. Pictures:
  14. Item: NAD C521BEE CD player with optical outLocation: Inner SydneyPrice: 200 + postageCondition: 9/10Reason for selling: I ripped all my CDs and using streamer only Payment: cash on pickup This is an excellent CD player with coax optical out in addition to RCA analogue out. So can be used as a transport with a good external DAC, or just as a traditional CD player. It sounds just as good as my previous over $2000 worth cd player. Prefer pickup because I do not have the box, but could package up very safely and ship if required. Comes with original remote.
  15. Item: Electrocompaniet EMC1 CD Player 24/96 with spider clamp Location: Perth Price: $1500 FIRM Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: Getting out of Hifi Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I have owned this superb player from new. It also comes with the spider clamp (cost $ 800). I will not go into the superlatives, suffice to say, it is a wonderful player and there are many reviews on the internet. Check the pics out for the condition as it is in really good shape. I do prefer local pick up, but will ship at buyers expense interstate. Whatever it costs me, it will cost you. Nothing extra. Thanks for looking. Pictures:
  16. Item: Sony CDP-D500 Professional studio CD Player / Transport Location: Sydney Central Price: $300 Item Condition: Great Reason for selling: Taking up room, I have other CD players Payment Method: Pickup Only - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Hi. I would like to sell my Sony CDP-D500 professional CD player. It is in a great condition but I have a better SACD player now so this is no longer needed and just sitting around. The CDP-D500 was one of the famous Sony professional models for studios and broadcasting stations. It is rock solid and reliable. One major highlight is the diecast reinforced transport base and BSL spindle motor that is designed to withstand years of hard studio use. It's also very unusual for Sony that this uses dual Burr Brown PCM1702 DAC chips instead of a Sony in-house chip. Aside from the analog RCA and XLR balanced out, it also has digital RCA S/PDIF, AES/EBU outputs, and a BNC word clock sync input, so this is also ideal as a rock solid CD transport to connect to a modern high end DACs. Since this is heavy and bulky, I will make it pickup only in Sydney (Central/Broadway area). Feel free to ask me any questions. Pictures:
  17. Item: Arcam CD72 Compact Disc Player Location: Perth Price: $390.00 ONO Item Condition: Used but in good condition Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: The CD72 is a wonderful sounding CD player and very well built. The CD72 uses a 24 bit Burr Brown DAC and Sony mechanism. The unit comes with a good remote and has been modified slightly with isolation spike feet. The unit is in great condition and plays beautifully. The CD72 has the following connections and works well as a stand alone player or as a transport to an external DAC. 1 x Coaxial digital output 1 x Optical digital output 1 set RCA analog audio outputs Would prefer local pick up but will ship at buyers expense. Pictures:
  18. Item: Rare Audio Alchemy DDS-2 CD Transport with original remote control Location: Melbourne Price: $600, Neg - Ok Item Condition: Good to great, see below. Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal plus fee. Extra Info: Here I have up for sale a rare Audio Alchemy DDS-2 transport with its original remote control. It has recently been serviced as well as some modifications done to the chassis (dampening), EMI/RFI filter board installed to power supply etc and a fix for a mechanical design flaw present on all stock DDS 2 players which can damage the transport cd draw over time. The service includes replacement of all capacitors (original ones were no good), diodes in the digital power supply section to ultra fast recovery types, transport mechanism check up (laser, micro-switch, motor's, spindle, belts, pulley's and gears lubricated where needed) etc. These transports use the rare and reliable Sanyo transport using the SF-90/P1 laser mechanism which is found in the high end CEC TL-XX series transports and sound fantastic as an overall spinner, can read original CD's and CD-R/RW's with ease. Superb bass handling, treble control and soundstage impression to the listener. Connections wise, only SPDIF/coaxial out. Due to its vintage there are some minor nicks on chassis and casing, some usual wear and tear but overall a conservative 8/10 condition, face plate is practically clean. I have two of these units, I will be listing the other one as well. Cheers, Pictures:
  19. Item: C.E.C CD Player TL51XR Location: Sydney, NSW Price: $750 Item Condition: Excellent, comes with original box. Reason for selling: Don't use it. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures:
  20. Item: PS Audio PWT (PerfectWave Transport) Location: South Yarra, Victoria Price now reduced for quick sale: $1250 for pick-up, or $1350 inclusive of shipping to any Australian address. Item Condition: Excellent (see pictures). The original sticky plastic covering has never been removed from the top! Reason for selling: Upgraded Payment Method: Cash, Bank transfer Included in sale: Remote Control, instruction manual, power cords and original packaging. The PS Audio PerfectWave™Transport Memory Player (PWT) is a state-of-the-art optical disc reader. The PWT can read standard as well as high-resolution audio media on both compact discs (CD) as well as Digital Video Discs (DVD). It is designed to be used with a PS Audio PerfectWave DAC, but is equally compatible with the more recent PS Audio DirectStream DAC. After upgrading to the latter myself, I decided I would upgrade the transport as well to the new DirectStream Memory Player (RRP $8295) - hence this sale. The advantage of the newer player is that it decodes SACD, whereas the earlier model (the one for sale here) only plays the CD layer. The newer player also has a USB input on the front. With regard to sound quality, I can only comment on its use with the PS Audio DAC. The combination gives superb replay of 'Red Book' CD - as good as I've heard anywhere. I have compared this transport with my newer one (using two identical CDs into the two I2S inputs on the back of my DAC for comparison) and honestly cannot pick a difference - something I would be more than happy to demonstrate to anyone serious about making a purchase. These are going for a few hundred dollars more on eBay as people upgrade to the DirectStream Player, but due to the slight cosmetic blemish on the top right-hand side of the loading tray (which has no effect whatsoever on the operation) this unit is well-priced to sell. Pictures:
  21. Item: DENON DVD 2500BT DEDICATED BLUE RAY OR DVD TRANSPORT Location: PERTH Price: $500 WAS $900 Pounds New or $2000 dollars approx locally from Surround Sounds Item Condition: VERY GOOD hardly used with couple of tiny surface scratches from rack. Less than 6 months actual use. Reason for selling: Not required. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Sensational quality dvd blue ray transport to go with very high end receiver. Was Partnered with Yamaha RXV 3800 and works perfectly. From 5 start review from what hifi -loads of other reviews online. The Denon DVD-2500BT is aimed squarely at dedicated home cinema enthusiasts. It doesn't have any analogue audio outputs, or even coaxial or optical digital sockets. If you want one, you'll need a multichannel amplifier or processor that can accept audio signals over HDMI and decode them appropriately. This includes Blu-ray's high-definition audio formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. The Denon's premium credentials are immediately apparent. This beast bears little resemblance to the slimline players found at the budget end of the Blu-ray market. Not only does it benefit from almost bomb-proof build quality, but it's also stylish (in an industrial way), and has a usefully large display panel. But, of course, it's the performance that is of primary concern to us – and this is a sensational performer. HD images are incredible Thrown a copy of The Happening on Blu-ray, the '2500BT makes this most awful of films almost worth watching. Colours are amazingly natural, edges are razor-sharp, and motion is silky-smooth. What's more, it excels in detail, and that lends an extra degree of three-dimensionality to pictures, particularly outdoor scenery. When the action moves to the gloomier indoor scenes, the Denon produces great blacks, while having the the quality to offer insight into the darkest of corners. The '2500BT also upscales standard-defintion DVDs to 1080p in scintillating style, with Training Day appearing as sharp, detailed and vibrant as we're used to from the very best standalone DVD players. These incredible pictures are complemented by an exceptional sonic delivery. Whether the '2500BT is streaming HD Audio from the I Am Legend Blu-ray, or outputting a stereo PCM signal from Kings of Leon's Only by the Night album, the sound it produces is robust, detailed and wonderfully dynamic. As long as your kit can handle the audio decoding, this Blu-ray player is one of the finest models on the market – it really can transport your disc collection to another level. Read more at https://www.whathifi.com/denon/dvd-2500bt/review#rSIS5t4tB7yHMWxC.99 Read more at https://www.whathifi.com/denon/dvd-2500bt/review#rSIS5t4tB7yHMWxC.99 Pictures:
  22. After months of waiting for its turn I have finally found some time and fixed Esoteric P-500 transport. Works (and looks) like new. But it has this thing installed (by "Tom" in 1992) which I have no idea what it actually is or does. It has an optical cable sticking out of it as if it was to accept some data (sync?) from another device. It is visible in second picture (on the right) leaving the black box via the red tube. Looks like it is done reasonably professionally, maybe apart from securing the fiber optics cable at its entry to the player. Any ideas? Cheers Roman
  23. Item: Pioneer PLD 909 Location:Hunter Valley Price: $300 Item Condition:Hardly used! Reason for selling:Clear out Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info:If you want a solid CD spinner, this is it! I believe the motor has about 16x the torque of a normal CD player... Pictures:
  24. Item: Nakamichi Soundspace 8 Sound System w/ 2 remotes, cables and original manual Condition: Fantastic, has been through a range of testing within the last few days. Some wear to the label on the back of the main unit, but that's about it! Extra Info: This model has an optical output for the CD player. Work out the placement of the main unit, and then suddenly you have not only an amazing micro-system, but also a Nakamichi CD transport for your primary hi-fi system/headphone setup! You can even use both the CD transport and player functions at the same time, potentially allowing for multi-room CD playback. Nakamichi never really advertised the CD transport functionality properly at the time (brochure with specs here: hfe_nakamichi_soundspace_8_brochure_en.pdf ), but it works amazingly well. Did I mention that this thing looks absolutely incredible? It really is a timeless piece. Location: Eastern Suburbs of Sydney Price: Now only $200 400 ONO Price reduced to $330 or nearest offer. $270 now, come and get it! Reason for selling: I don't have that much of a CD collection. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash after thorough demo/inspection. Pictures: hfe_nakamichi_soundspace_8_brochure_en.pdf
  25. Will donate $20 once I sold these two items as this forum really helped me a lot for selling my gears recently. And I have 2 set of RCA cables, one is Audioquest brand (1m or 0.75m, worth maybe $40-$50?), another one's brand is unknown, but quality is pretty good, anyone who is interested, just message me to arrange a pick up. Cheers Item: Grado RS1i Location: Chadstone 3148 Price: $520 ONO Item Condition: mint Reason for selling: surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Really love my recently acquired PS-1s, and these rs1i's don't see much use, and they are the least collectable pair among my Grado collections, hence the sale. Got them from a fellow SNA member at the first half of this year, the condition is flawless, both leather band and wooden cups are maintained regularly, and the sound is perfect. but I don't have the box or original accessories (extension cable, 6.3-3.5 adapter). price is $520 ONO, feel free to make me an offer. Local pick up at Chadstone area preferred, but I can do shipping as well, paypal fee and postage extra. any questions, feel free to message me. Cheers Pictures: can provide more on request Item: Cambridge Audio CXC single speed transport Location: Chadstone 3148 Price: $520 ONO Item Condition: mint Reason for selling: surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Bought them from a2a at the first half of this year, near new condition, comes with full box, accessories and paperworks. selling as it doesn't see much use, I prefer to directly connect my laptop to my DAC to play some musics. Hence try to list it to see if someone is interested. But this item is pick up only as it's quite heavy. Pictures: can provide more on request
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