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Item: Yamaha RX-V2079 4K Ultra HD Receiver
Price: 1100 (offers please) ONO
Item Condition: As New
Reason for selling: Upgrade to New Marantz
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only, I can deliver if in Melbourne area. Postage could be arranged at cost to the buyer.
Extra Info: In perfect condition only used as a processor, amplifies never used.
The Yamaha Network AV Receiver Model RX-V2079 is the second from the flagship av receiver in The Yamaha Range.
AV Receiver Specifications:
4K Ultra HD Pass-through and Upscaling Through HDMI Supports Bluetooth wireless streaming, Spotify, music cast 9.2 channel surround sound at maximum 220 watts at 8 ohms USB Music Playback Eco-friendly Design Front HDMI Input Features Dolby Atmos and Latest ESS DACS Front iPod and iPhone Connections Zone 4 Function with 4 Scene Buttons Built-in Network Streaming AirPlay, Spotify, Pandora & internet Radio AV Controller APP for Android smartphones & Tablets HDMI 8 in 2 output
SOLD: FS: Billion BiPAC 8900AX-2400 Wireless -AC 2400Mbps 3G/4G LTE [email protected]/ADSL2+ VPN Firewall NBN ready routerBy :) al
Item: Billion BiPAC 8900AX-2400 Wireless -AC 2400Mbps 3G/4G LTE [email protected]/ADSL2+ VPN Firewall NBN ready router
Location: Melb SE
Price: $200 plus postage
Item Condition: Mint like new with 11 months warranty with all original packaging and accessories as buying from the shop
Reason for selling: No longer required
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Welcome to google this one, it is pretty much THE ADSL2 WiFi Router on the market . And is NBN ready with the Billion Wifi that is the best in the business. I had this since new paid $395 for it. Just not needed anymore as I wouldn't be using it to full use and better to move on. Its pretty much plug in and easy to configure, if need help as a bonus optus actually support this I found in setting up for ADSL meaning I didnt have to use their ADSL router and just used this instead as one box solution.
Note it comes in original packaging and in as new condition with all accessories as would buy from the shop. So save a bundle on new and buy a top flight WiFi router with 11 months of warranty for peace of mind. Since in original packaging I expect this will cost $25 and can ship anywhere in australia at buyers cost. If wanting to use PayPal thats welcome at buyers cost (3%). If in melb welcome to pay cash and pick up.
We're looking to buy a TV for our bedroom. It will be mounted in the top corner of the room on a swivel bracket. When we built the house I thought to get a double power point put in, but no ethernet cabling.
I'm keen to stream movies from our PC at the other end of the house onto the TV and was wondering whether there are any TVs out there around the 32" size that have been proven to have decent performance.
The key criteria are:
ability to connect wirelessly and stream movies;
ability to play a range of file types.
I realise that a WD player is going to give me everything I need, but the catch is I would need to mount it on the wall behind the TV somehow, which could be problematic, if not impossible, due to space restrictions in the corner.
Has anyone had any experience with a TV that offers this capability?
Any suggestions, or alternative solutions, are much appreciated!
Got the LG 55UH652T (Ultra HD TV) over the weekend and hooked it up on the wall.
Setup was a breeze and the TV connected to the wifi instantly and the picture and sound are fantastic!
For the last three days, while watching Youtube or Stan for a hour or so on the TV, the app stops responding and I get "you are not connected to the internet" error.
I went to network settings to see the TV is still 'connected' to my wifi but the internet doesnt work for any app including Freeview.
(I checked other devices like my ipad, iphone and the wifi is working fine).
I click on it, it forgets my network. I click on it again and type the password and it connects instantly and the internet on starts working fine.
The router is in the same room as the TV. Its approx. 4-5 meters away with no obstruction.
I called LG support today from work and they asked me to 'reset the router'. I dont understand why I have to do that as the router is working fine!
They also asked switch on the personal hotspot on the mobile phone and connect the TV to that to see if it gets disconnected (I am actually trying that now). This is crap as the TV is kind of using all my mobile data!!
The support rep advised if the TV wifi doesn't disconnect then there is an issue with you internet network. If not then I can call them again to request for a technician to come in.
I dont feel it is correct as i have never had issues with my Internet connection (i am with Telstra).
The TV is 3 days old and I hate the fact that I have to go through this.....
Any advice? Suggestions?
My new LG Smart UHD TV drops wifi connection exactly after 1 hour. I have tested this a couple of times and it is 1 hour. I then go to 'network' option and reconnect the internet on the TV. (All the other devices connected to wifi works absolutely fine).
I mostly watch Youtube and Stan app on the TV.
I am currently with Telstra Bigpond and use the Technicolour TG587n V3 modem/router.
Is this the router issue or the wifi hardware on tv?