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  1. Item: Melbourne Location: CBD Price: $SOLD/$100/$SOLD 45 (includes postage) Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Recently picked up some Morrow cables which i prefer slightly to WW. These cables are lightly used, prob no more than 30 hrs use x1 Oasis 7 RCA (SOLD) pair (blue), 1 metre length x1 Starlight 7 digital coax (red), 2 metre length x1 Nova 7 (SOLD) digital toslink/mini toslink (grey), 2 metre length Prices include postage, will knock off $5 if you want to pickup in cbd, cheers, Steve Pictures:
  2. Item: FS: Schiit SYS, Wireworld Luna interconnects Location: Kilsyth South Price: $110 free freight Item Condition: excellent, as new Reason for selling: see my Rega ad Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Simply not needed, getting rid of all my HiFi. As new, no box, with receipt, no receipt for the cable. Price without cable - $80 Pictures:
  3. Item: WireWorld Starlight 5.2 HDMI Cable - Silver Clad Oxygen Free Copper Location: Sydney 2009 Price: $270 + Postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Moving to a new system, this is surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Shipping - Direct Deposit Extra Info: The Starlight® 5.2 is a high-end HDMI cable which is designed to provide superior sound and image quality. It utilises the patented WireWorld Series 5.2 innovative flat construction design resulting in significantly lower loss and higher precision than the conventional round HDMI cable design, which has been used in computer cables for decades. Starlight® 5.2 utilises silver-clad OFC conductors & zinc die-cast connectors. Starlight’s conductors contain more silver than Ultraviolet for increased efficiency/lower loss. The Starlight® 5.2 is guaranteed to can carry a 1440p (exceeds 1080p) signal up to 12m, 1080p signal up to 15m and 1080i/720p signal up to 20m Pictures:
  4. Item: WireWorld Starlight 5.2 HDMI Cable - Silver Clad Oxygen Free Copper Location: Sydney 2009 Price: $100 + Postage for one cable Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Moving to a new system, this is surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Shipping - Direct Deposit Extra Info: The Starlight® 5.2 is a high-end HDMI cable which is designed to provide superior sound and image quality. It utilises the patented WireWorld Series 5.2 innovative flat construction design resulting in significantly lower loss and higher precision than the conventional round HDMI cable design, which has been used in computer cables for decades. Starlight® 5.2 utilises silver-clad OFC conductors & zinc die-cast connectors. Starlight’s conductors contain more silver than Ultraviolet for increased efficiency/lower loss. The Starlight® 5.2 is guaranteed to can carry a 1440p (exceeds 1080p) signal up to 12m, 1080p signal up to 15m and 1080i/720p signal up to 20m Pictures:
  5. Item: WIREWORLD Starlight Cat8 Ethernet Cable Location: Sydney Price: $200 Item Condition: Cable is as new Reason for selling: Surplus to needs Payment Method: Cash or bank deposit (preferred) / Paypal also accepted Extra Info: - This is a well reviewed cable intended for digital believers (i'm one of them) seeking to extract the final percentage points of performance from their system. - Purchased approximately one year ago on these forums from another member for who it was also surplus to need. I subsequently used the cable for three months before reconfiguring my setup such that I now have need for a longer ethernet cable ☹️ - Cable presents as new and includes all original packaging. Sells new for $400-$450. - Pickup can be arranged from either Newtown, Caringbah or Nth Sydney. Alternatively the item could be sent via Registered post for an additional $15 Pictures:
  6. Item: Wireworld Supernova 7 Toslink Optical Cable 2 metre Location: Daylesford Price: 250 Item Condition: Great Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures:
  7. Item: Wireworld Supernova 7 Toslink Optical Cable 2 metre Location:Daylesford Price: $270 Item Condition:great Reason for selling:surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Extra Info: Pictures:
  8. Item: 1metre Wireworld Stratus 7 Power Cord Location: Daylesford Price: 130 Item Condition: used/good Reason for selling:surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Pictures:
  9. Item: Wireworld Silver Eclipse 7 Speaker Cable - 4M Pair (Biwire) Location: Canberra, ACT Price: $4300 (Retail: $7,499) + postage (if required) Item Condition: Used, approx 200 hours and in excellent condition Reason for selling: Funding the jump to Platinum Payment Method: Pickup - Cash or Postage via Bank Transfer / Paypal (buyer pays fees) Extra Info: Includes some Uniterm connectors Pictures:
  10. So iv been reading through some of the threads in this section, and almost didn't bother posting after seeing some of the amazing gear out there. but i thought i should at least post after searching for KEF in here without getting a single hit.... i might have something to add after all. so with apologies.... here it is.... I have: KEF XQ Five mains in graphite.
  11. Item: Wireworld Eclipse 7 speaker cables, 3m pair Location: PERTH Price: $1250 ), RRP is approx.new $2899 and $50 donation to SNA on sale. Item Condition: Excellent, comes with original case/box. Purchase from fellow SNA member last year and used for maybe 20 hours on new system. Reason for selling: Change in system due to ill health and selling 2nd system Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (buyer pays fees) Can post at buyers cost with insurance. Extra Info: I'd characterize the eclipse 7 speaker cables as having good body, deep but controlled bass, and slightly on the warm side of neutral through the mids. Generally very musical sounding cables. They seem to match well with a wide range of gear – both valves and solid state. Overall, very good sounding cables and this set have been well looked after. The only reason for selling them is I've recently upgraded to Cardas Clear cables so these aren't seeing much use. Comments from Absolute Sound review on the Eclipse 7 speaker cables can be found below. The Absolute Sound - "...its vivid performance draws closer to “statement”-quality wire (which includes my first impressions of Platinum Eclipse 7) than I would ever have imagined. If your upgrade plans include major system-wide renovations, this particular Eclipse is one you don’t want to miss." Eclipse 7 RCAs also available if there's interest in these. HOME REVIEWSAUDIO CABLES Wireworld Eclipse 7 speaker cables are engineered using high quality material and patented design with the goal of minimizing signal loss for achieving sonic purity. These are massive cables intended for audiophiles looking to bring out the best out of their high-fidelity systems. With a diameter of about 20 mm, Wireworld Eclipse 7 speaker cables are solidly built and literally fit into what audiophiles often describe as garden-hose variety speaker cables. The cables’ conductor material is made from the purest copper and they are configured in the patented Octo DNA Helix design, which is intended to minimize the electromagnetic loss. The cables reviewed here have a 2.5-m length with standard non-biwire banana-to-banana termination. With the MSRP of $1550 for a pair, they are not cheap, but in the high-end audio world, they are not at the extreme end of the price spectrum either. Read on to find out whether they can bring worthy sonic improvement to one’s high-fidelity stereo system. Highlights Wireworld Eclipse 7 Speaker Cables Constructed from high-quality materials inside out. Great craftsmanship and finish. Massive looking and heavier than their 10 AWG specification indicates. Easily interchangeable terminal connectors. Neutral and balanced sound presentation. Excellent sonic transparency and details. Introduction The importance of audio cables in achieving the best sonic performance out of your audio system is often a hotly debated topic among audiophiles or audio enthusiasts. People’s opinions are often very polarizing on this matter; either you are in the camp that believes cables do make a difference or in the other camp that believes all cables will produce the same results. There have been measured differences among cables, but physics aside, what really matters is whether these differences translate into audible sonic improvements. And because this involves listening perception, which may vary from person to person, there is no straightforward answer to this seemingly simple question. WIREWORLD SPEAKER CABLES REVIEW SPECIFICATIONS DESIGN: Octo DNA Helix SIGNAL CONDUCTORS: Quantity: 8 (96 strands) Gauge: 10AWG (4.8 sq. mm) CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: OCC Copper INSULATION: Composilex 2 PLUG CONTACTS: Silver-clad Uni-Term CABLE DIAMETER: 20 mm (0.79ꞌꞌ) SHELL-TERMINATION DIAMETER: 41 mm (1.62ꞌꞌ) CHOICE OF TERMINATION: Bananas or spades MSRP: $1550 US for 2.5-m (8-ft) pair (as reviewed) these are 3 metres for sale. COMPANY: Wireworld Cable SECRETS TAGS: Wireworld, Wireworld Cable, Eclipse 7, Speaker Cables, Eclipse 7 Speaker Cables, Speaker Cable Reviews 2018 When I look back into my audio-hobby journey, I can see the evolution of my personal view on cables as I accumulate more experience with various cables over time. In the beginning of my journey into this hobby, I could care less about the various cables connecting the components in my system. I thought cables were just cables, and as long they perform their duty in transferring the necessary electrical signals from one component to another, they should be fine. At the time, I used mostly good “budget” cables, and my opinion was partially formed by no-obvious-sonic-perceivable differences from these cables. In retrospect, the outcomes may have been because the components in my system at the time were not refined enough to capture the sonic differences. So, for many years with many component upgrades/changes, my view on cables stayed the same until I got an opportunity to try a set of rather high-end speaker cables in a much-higher price bracket. That was quite an eye-opening experience for me as immediately I could perceive improved details, more-open vocals, and a better bass response from my system. The experience made me revisit my previous view on cables and prompted me to try different cables. I found that some produced noticeable sonic differences while some did not. Surely though, I started to believe that cables can influence the resulting sound of a system. I began to appreciate the fact that many of the companies specializing in offering high-quality audio/video cables based their cable designs on electro-magnetic principles of physics with the specific focus on maintaining signal purity and minimizing internal/external signal interferences. The scientific theories used to justify the various cable designs out there sometimes can be rather exotic, but some have documented measurable electrical characteristics, and some have been granted patents. But still the real crux of the matter is whether the measurable differences in the cable’s signal transfer can translate into audible sonic improvements in one’s system. Since the object of this review is cabling, perhaps the relevant question to clarify for the readers is: where do I stand on cables in my current audio-hobby journey? Here is my answer: I embrace the fact that cables can contribute to a sonic quality improvement of a high-fidelity system, however the significance of their contribution is system dependent and, more importantly, may not always commensurate with their measured characteristics or price. The latter can be somewhat subjective due to the variability of human perception on the value of sonic improvement. In this review, I will describe my findings on the Eclipse 7 speaker cables by Wireworld, one of the successful high-end cable brands that has been around for over three decades. David Salz, the founder, President, and cable designer of Wireworld Cable Technology, stated that his design philosophy is to minimize the audible losses of cables to approach the benchmark of a direct connection. The Eclipse 7 is fourth from the top-of-the-line of Wireworld speaker cables lineup and carries an MSRP of $1550 for a 2.5-m pair, reviewed here. With that price tag, they are indeed in the high-end category of cables. Of course, the question in everybody’s mind is whether they are really that good, worthy of their price tag. I must admit, that this is not an easy question to answer, especially because I think cables are more system dependent than any other audio component. Therefore, I will mostly describe how these cables perform in my system with the hope of giving the readers some idea on the potential improvement these cables can bring to their systems. Design The Wireworld Eclipse 7 speaker cables are packaged nicely in a zippered semi-hard-shell case, which can be useful for storing or transporting the cables. When I opened the case, the cables’ sheer size and weight immediately amazed me, even though I knew from the published specifications that these were heavy-gauge cables (10 AWG for each polarity). The diameter of these cables is about 20 mm, larger than the standard 10 AWG speaker cables. Not only they are big and rather heavy, they also have a striking appearance. Although appearance may not carry a significant point for cables as they are often placed inconspicuously on the floor behind the speakers or audio racks, I do like the handsome look of the Eclipse 7 cables, which blends the red/black color-coded speaker terminal with a metallic-bronze PVC jacket. It is obvious that Wireworld does not skimp on the materials used to manufacture its cables. This is exemplified in the Eclipse 7 cables, which are built using high-quality materials inside out. The Eclipse 7 speaker cable consists of eight insulated flat cables with 12 strands of purest Ohno Continuous Cast (OCC) copper conductor each, twisted together in a DNA Helix structure (called Octo DNA Helix design). The DNA Helix geometry is a patented Wireworld design which enables flexible flat cables to have closely spaced and completely parallel conductors. Composite insulation Composilex 2, which according to Wireworld minimizes the noise better than the conventional insulation material, is used to insulate the conductors. The goal of this overall design is to minimize electromagnetic loss, which may color the sound and reduce details. Because this Octo DNA Helix structure requires a good amount of space, it is understandable that the Eclipse 7 has a larger diameter than the standard 10 AWG speaker cable. Each Eclipse 7 speaker cable has a hard-shell termination at each end, which is about 40 mm-wide. The two polarity ends of the cable protrude from the shell with clear red and black colored jackets. The cables come with the Wireworld Uni-Term interchangeable termination system, which makes it easier to swap banana and spade connectors by just inserting the “screwable” end connectors. The review cables came with banana connectors at both ends per my request. These are good-quality silver connectors that fit well into standard amplifier and speaker terminals. Overall, the cables feel very solid and display excellent craftsmanship. Due to its sheer thickness, the Eclipse 7 is not as flexible as most smaller-diameter cables. Sharp bends cannot be accommodated by this cable. Hence, sufficient clearance behind your amplifier or speaker needs to be provided. Because of the Eclipse 7 weight and lack of flexibility, I found the cables are more convenient to use with speakers whose terminals are located near the floor. For use with speakers whose terminals are rather high off the floor or with bookshelf speakers on stands, I would suggest a careful planning of the running length of the cables to avoid unsightly dangling of cables from the terminals. These cables are easy to show off, but not easy to hide. Listening Impression During the review, I used the Eclipse 7 cables to connect several combinations of amplifiers and speakers that I’m familiar with sonically, allowing me to identify the audible contribution of the cables. The amplifiers used were: The Bel Canto REF500S (stereo, 250 W per channel into 8 ohms), the Bel Canto EVO200.4 (4 channels, 120 W per channel into 8 ohms), and the Proceed AMP3 (3 mono-channels, 150 W per channel into 8 ohms). The speakers used in the review were both the NHT Evolution T6 and the B&W 702 S2 floorstanding speakers. The sources used were the AURALiC ALTAIR music streamer and the Bel Canto CD3t CD player with the DAC3.7 combination through a Krell KAV-280p preamplifier. During the critical listening sessions, the Eclipse 7 cables impressed me most with their transparency and balanced presentation across the audible frequency spectrum. There was no obvious over-emphasis of a certain frequency that could distract me from enjoying the music. The cables’ treble response had good extension and were rich in detail while their midrange presentation was neutral and smooth. I felt that the bass response was one of the cables’ strongest suits. With all the cables I have tried in my system, the Eclipse 7 was among the best in conveying the bass presence in the music. I found that using these cables, the bass presented was always authoritative yet tuneful. Overall, I would describe the Eclipse 7 characteristics as politely honest, since these cables did not seem to hold back anything from the signal transferred from the amplifier to the speakers, yet they possessed neutrally smooth sonic characteristics. The honest characteristic of the cable allowed me to easily capture the subtle nuance differences of the amplifiers used through its transparency. The cables did not hide the slightly-warm characteristics of the Proceed AMP3 as compared to the more neutral-sounding Bel Canto amplifiers or the slight difference in the treble smoothness between the Bel Canto REF500S and the EVO200.4. Acoustic Alchemy “Roseland” The Eclipse 7 cables also excelled in conveying the energy of the music, down to its micro level. The cymbals in the track Templemeads from Acoustic Alchemy’s Roseland (2011) album sounded realistic with detailed micro-energy textures. Coupled with the cables’ clear conveyance of attacks and transients, the track World Stage from the same album sounded grand and lively. The Eclipse 7 managed to prevent the busy passages in this particular track to sound messy and congested, providing the simultaneously playing instruments with their own seemingly separable musical lanes. Diana Krall “Turn Up the Quiet” Vocal presentations sounded full-bodied and natural through the Eclipse 7 cables. The intimacy of Diana Krall’s voice in Sway from her Turn Up the Quiet album (2017) was conveyed in its full purity by these cables. The refined nature of the cables captured vividly the sound of her breathing and slight mouth-clicks in the recording. The song also indicated that the Eclipse 7 speaker cables were adept at conveying focus and depth of the musical stage. Diana Krall’s voice seemed to come from a focused location in the middle of the two front speakers, not occupying a wide area of the stage unrealistically. The accompanying instruments were portrayed in their steady locations at various stage depths, creating a believable musical atmosphere. Out of curiosity, I also compared the performance of the Eclipse 7 speaker cables with two older pairs of cables that I was very familiar with and had some significant flying time in my system. These were MIT Terminator 2 from circa 2000 and Nordost Frey from circa 2006. The MIT Terminator 2 was between a quarter to a third of the cost of the Eclipse 7, while the Nordost Frey was about twice of the cost of the Eclipse 7. How did the Eclipse 7 stack up in comparison to those cables in my system? The MIT Terminator 2 was among the top performers in its price class and definitely no slouch but in the comparison exercise, however, the Eclipse 7 exhibited sonic traits that were perceptibly superior to the Terminator 2. The Eclipse 7 just seemed more neutral with better overall transparency and treble definitions than the Terminator 2. The Eclipse 7 also portrayed a sharper image focus and a more three-dimensional soundstage. So, the Eclipse 7 was the clear winner of the two. The comparison between the Eclipse 7 to the Nordost Frey, however, did not immediately produce a clear-cut winner. The Nordost Frey was the more expensive cable of the two by a significant margin, but impressively the Eclipse 7, with its slightly darker overall presentation, could hold its ground well in the comparison. Performance-wise, they were equally adept in many respects, but if I had to pick one, I would have to give a slight nod to the Nordost Frey in terms of the conveyance of the last drop of transparency and a tad better vocal palpability. If price was also factored in though, the choice became less obvious as the subjective perception of value comes into play. As always, let your ears and wallet be the judge on this matter. Conclusions True to the WIREWORLD design philosophy, ECLIPSE 7 SPEAKER CABLES can surely deliver sonic performance that will elevate music listening satisfaction. LIKES Solid built quality and finish High-quality materials inside out Interchangeable screw-type connectors Balanced response across audible frequency spectrum High-degree of sonic transparency and details The solidly-built and massive-looking Wireworld Eclipse 7 speaker cables prove to be an excellent performer during my evaluation. Justifying the design philosophy and the engineering behind the design, these cables exhibit neutral and balanced characteristics. They are excellent in conveying transparency and refined details, elevating the music listening experience. While sonic perception is relative, the Eclipse 7 speaker cables convince me that they can bring out worthy audible improvement to one’s high-fidelity system. They are not cheap by any means, but if you are looking for speaker cables that can potentially bring out the best sonic performance out of your system, you should put these cables on your audition list. Pictures:
  12. Item: Wireworld Eclipse 7 speaker cables, 3m pair Location: Armadale (Melbourne) Price: $1200 (firm), RRP is approx. $2899 and donation to SNA on sale. Item Condition: Excellent, comes with original case/box. Purchase from fellow SNA member last year and used for maybe 20 hours on new system. Reason for selling: Change in system due to ill health. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (buyer pays fees) Can post at buyers cost with insurance. Extra Info: I'd characterize the eclipse 7 speaker cables as having good body, deep but controlled bass, and slightly on the warm side of neutral through the mids. Generally very musical sounding cables. They seem to match well with a wide range of gear – both valves and solid state. Overall, very good sounding cables and this set have been well looked after. The only reason for selling them is I've recently upgraded to Cardas Clear cables so these aren't seeing much use. Comments from Absolute Sound review on the Eclipse 7 speaker cables can be found below. The Absolute Sound - "...its vivid performance draws closer to “statement”-quality wire (which includes my first impressions of Platinum Eclipse 7) than I would ever have imagined. If your upgrade plans include major system-wide renovations, this particular Eclipse is one you don’t want to miss." Eclipse 7 RCAs also available if there's interest in these. Pictures:
  13. Item: Wireworld Gold Starlight 5 AES/EBU Balanced Digital Cable 1metre long Location: East Brighton, VIC (pick up only) Price: $200 $230 (original price $500) Item Condition: Used, Excellent condition Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Cash - Pickup only Extra Info: Construction: 110ohm dual coaxial Conductor type: Ohno Continuous Cast solid silver Insulation: Microporous Teflon® Plug contacts: Silver clad OFC Connectors: WireWorld XLR Comes in original retail box. Pictures:
  14. Item: wireworld gold eclipse 7 1 meter Location:Melbourne Price: $980.00 Item Condition:Excellent Reason for selling:not needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These retail for $2500.00 For a meter pair these make a big difference great upgrade Pictures:
  15. Item: Wireworld Horizon Flat Speaker Cable 2 Lengths of > 7m Location: Maribyrnong, VIC Price: $60 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (add 3%), Bank Deposit Extra Info: Used to run under my rug to my rear speakers which I am also selling, this cable is no longer required. It is probably the flattest cable I’ve come across, and never felt it under the rug unless I actually tried to. Despite being flat, it is still 16 Gauge. The cable retails for $9/metre and I’m supplying it with the Wireworld Bananas pictured (RRP $40). Will post Australia wide for $10. Pictures:
  16. Item: Wireworld Starlight Cat8 1m Location:Melbourne Price: $220 Item Condition: Open box unused as new Reason for selling: Bought more than required now past return period. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes in original box, pickup or post at cost anywhere in AU or NZ Pictures: Below
  17. Item: Wireworld Platinum Starlight USB, 1.5m, type A to B Location: Sydney Price: >$1000 RRP, asking $500 Item Condition: 10/10 Reason for selling: Not using, now use ethernet Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, COD, direct deposit Extra Info: Original packaging including aluminum container. Not a series 7 cable. SN: PSB1.5M #05284 Pictures:
  18. Item: Wireworld Supernova 7 Optical Digital Cable - 1m Location: Camberwell Vic Price: $180 (RRP $349) plus postage and 1.5% for Paypal, Item Condition: Excellent 8/10 - Cable excellent - no marks or scratches, box is not perfect. Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Excellent Optical cable - well reviewed Pictures:
  19. Item: WIREWORLD Luna 7 Stereo RCA Interconnects 1m Location: Sydney Price: $35 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Upgrade to Chord Chorus Reference Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer Extra Info: The cable is in an excellent condition. I recently upgraded to Chord Chorus Reference so I don't need the other RCA cables I have anymore. Review: http://www.whathifi.com/wireworld/luna-7-interconnect/review Pictures:
  20. Item: Wireworld Eclipse 7 RCA interconnect 1 metre length Location: Melbourne Price: $500 Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought new from Australian retailer. Goes great with McIntosh gear which I used to have. Also have a 3 m pair of Wireworld Eclipse 7 up for sale soon too. Pictures:
  21. Hi all just wondering what peoples thoughts on connections for my setup with my power amp and speakers from the yammy Gear as follows yamaha rxv2077 emotiva xpa5 gen2 paradigm signature s8 v3 paradigm c5 v3 paradigm adp3 v3 paradigm s2 v3 at the moment i have the s8,c5 and s2 on the xpa5 using the unbalanced rca connections from the yammy and the adp3's from the yammy All speakers just have a single speaker cable connected But i have been wondering if i should use the xpa5 for the s8's and c5 and run the s2's and adp3's from the yammy and how would i do this? Im very vaig on bi amping and bi wiring and unsure? Some images or clearly explained instructions would be of any help and appreciated Just any reccomendations really?? Thanks
  22. Item: Wireworld Chroma 7 - 7m HDMI Cable Location: Mascot - Sydney Price: Looking for $100, this cost $220 and in new condition Item Condition: 10/10 As New Reason for selling: Not Required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD. Can ship anywhere in Australia for small fee. Extra Info: Purchased for Projector setup and then moved and didn't go ahead with install. Was $220 from Lifestyle Store Parramatta. http://www.lifestylestore.com.au/wireworld-chroma-hdmi-cable.html The Chroma™ 7 utilizes the Wireworld heavier 24AWG Symmetricon® flat construction cable. It offers significantly lower loss and higher precision than the conventional round HDMI® cable design. The Chroma™ 7 provides faster transmission speed than conventional HDMI cable designs, in addition to Composilex® 2 insulation, resulting in industry leading performance and value. It also features Oxygen-Free Copper conductors and moulded connectors. The Chroma 7 (all lengths) is a High Speed with Ethernet HDMI Cable and fully supports Data rate >10.2Gbps- covering 1080p, HD4K, Deep Colour, Audio Return Channel (ARC) and all 3D formats. Chroma™ 7 is also now available in a 15m length; for those needing a certified High Speed with Ethernet HDMI cable at a very affordable price. Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of high definition the way it was meant to be. Wireworld’s award winning flat HDMI cables are worldwide reference standards for HDMI video and audio perfection. Uniquely engineered to be incredibly fast, DNA Helix® and Symmetricon® designs feature superior conductors and Composilex® 2 insulation that deliver crystal clear definition, depth, and contrast at every price level. Experience the world's first flat HDMI cable and America's first upgrade HDMI brand. Every model exceeds the HDMI 2.0 specifications for 3D and UltraHD 4K. Many custom installers around the world use Wireworld HDMI cables simply because they work in situations where others don’t. Even though HDMI video is generally excellent to begin with, the higher speed and lower noise of Wireworld HDMI cables reduces pixel noise, improving contrast, colour saturation and depth perception. On the other hand, HDMI audio is prone to jitter losses, making the cables connecting source components to the receiver/processor the most important audio cables in the system. Therefore, we recommend upgrading the source cables as the first step to appreciating the benefits of Wireworld HDMI cables.
  23. Item: Wireworld Ultraviolet USB Cable (0.5m A - B ) - SALE PENDING Wireworld Ultraviolet 5.2 USB Cable (1.0m A - mini B ) - SOLD Location: Melbourne, Victoria Price: $25 (RRP: $50) and $35 (RRP: $70) respectively. $50 (RRP: $120) for both. Item Condition: Excellent Condition (2 Months Old) with Original Box Reason for selling: Upgraded to super expensive cables. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Great entry level audiophile USB cable. Superior sound quality to Belkin and stock cables. The cables are almost new, seldom used and at 50% off retail price. Pictures: Coming soon.
  24. The August 2012 meeting of the Sydney Audio Club sees us once again at Dence Park for an afternoon of fine music and sound and convivial company. Each month, the Sydney Audio Club presents the finest in high end audio systems for our members and guests. It's a bit like a private audio show once a month where you can hear and discuss equipment that you might not otherwise have the chance to audition. And you can bring along your own music to test the capabilities of the system or to just share with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. This month, we focus on the offerings of the Audio Products Group (APG). APG is a distributor of premium audio and visual products to home, business and professional users. Some of their brands include: AKG, Denon, Elan, Loewe, NAD, PSB, Peavey, RevoLabs, Sunfire, Tannoy, WireWorld. Scott Collins, the APG Marketing Manager, will be in the audience to answer questions. The equipment line-up will be: NAD CD player C546BEEG (RRP $599) http://www.audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=C546BEEG PSB Imagine T2 speakers (new $3499 floorstanders with a transitional 5-way design) http://www.psbspeakers.com/products/imagine/Imagine-T2-Tower NAD C 390DD (new $2,999 2 x 160w amp with Direct Digital technology) http://www.audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=C390DD Cabling by WireWorld http://www.wireworldcable.com/categories/reference_range.html Also, we will have other products which were some of the first collaborations between the two brands of NAD and PSB: PSB M4U2 headphones (RRP $399) http://www.audioproducts.com.au/brandproducts.aspx?Brand=PSB\ NAD VISO 1 smart music system (RRP $699) http://www.audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=VISOONE The NAD VISO 1 also features Direct Digital technology. While this is not a typical audiophile product it does offer great sound for what it is. They are often finding a place in other rooms of an audiophile's home where casual listening is the desire. And… the Audio Products Group (APG) has generously offered to give away the display PSB M4U2 headphones, free! This will be offered as a draw/door prize. You will need to provide your name and email address to enter the draw (one entry per person). Your details may be used by APG in their marketing, but will not be shared with any other business. As usual, the second half of the music sessions will be BYO. Members and guests are welcome to offer music to share with us all. So bring along your favourite music on CD (sorry, no vinyl this month). All we ask is that the music and recordings be interesting. We'll ask you to tell us a little about the artist/recording before it is played. Tracks over 6 minutes will be faded out, to give everyone a fair go. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and share your experiences with others of a similar mind. Members and Guests welcome – we are a very friendly club so you don't need to know anyone to join us for an afternoon of fine music and sound. We will welcome you at the door. Venue: Epping Creative Centre Address: 26 Stanley St, Epping Doors open 1pm Meeting starts at 2pm Best regards, Tom Waters President Sydney Audio Club www.sydneyaudioclub.org.au tomwaters@sydneyaudioclub.org.au I'm posting for Tom and the Sydney Audio Club
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