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Hi there everyone. I'm in the market for an integrated amp and turntable, anyone know of any hifi stores doing great Black Friday deals?

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Here Black fortnight :)



Melbourne-based wholesaler Interdyn is offering its customers up to 50% off the normal prices across favourite brands including Pro-Ject, Monitor Audio, Ortofon, SVS, and Rotel, for a whole fortnight...


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*Excludes Dynaudio!! why dammit why :( 

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7 minutes ago, Syrot said:

*Excludes Dynaudio!! why dammit why :( 


Manufacturer set pricing excludes it from sale. 

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3 hours ago, aasza said:


Manufacturer set pricing excludes it from sale. 

That sounds very much like resale price maintenance, which has been unlawful in Australia for over forty years.

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HD58X and HD6XX just landed to A2A at $299 and $379.

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Entry level Pro-ject TT. I'm grabbing one for an Xmas pressie and why not? 50% off at the checkout. $699 RRP take half of that way and I think it's free shipping as well.

SAVE 50% on Walnut with coupon BF-DEBUT at checkout! Ends 2nd Dec!


So the link is here>>> click


So anybody else who finds an audio bargain over the next few days, feel free to post a link.


I'll get this moderated so we don't fall into a slanging match about how good or bad the items/deals are.

It's just a heads up for what's out there nothing else. This might be the only deal posted...who knows.

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5 minutes ago, muriwai said:

Jb 30% off with voucher 


you sure?    my JB email says extra 10% off blu ray and DVD only.  not vinyl.

Edited by metal beat

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Not hi-fi but some nice wine here for Black Friday.  


Rymill Coonawarra 

and at Wahgunyah via Rutherglen then you really should grab their Duriff, Rutherglen's best export! @djb      Cofield Wines Black Friday sale


Edited by Luc

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Ahh,my bad

yes coupon for dvd blu and 4 k only 

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Yamaha RX-V485 AV Receiver 5.1ch 4K Dolby Vision and Alexa Voice Control

  • $47600 $79900 Regular price $799.00 Sale price $476.00
  • Save $323
GST included.

Overview 80 W per Channel @ 6 ohms 2-ch driven HDMI® (4 in / 1 out) with Dolby Vision 4K Ultra HD Support Alexa Voice Control...


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Black Friday at Thornbury Records, 20-50% off!  


Click this




What the....


I could buy it just for the cover!






Akiko Yano - Iroha Ni Konpeitu

$46.40 Inc. GST


$58.00 Inc. GST


Wewantsounds - WWSLP18

Includes Digital Download

1 x 12" Vinyl Album AKIKO YANO'S CULT SECOND STUDIO ALBUM FROM 1977 FEATURING THE CREAM OF TOKYO AND NEW YORK MUSICIANS IN FUNK MODE Wewantsounds continues its Akiko Yano reissue programme with the release of "Iroha Ni Konpeitou," another superb Akiko Yano album and one of her funkiest, highlighting her unmissable singing and songwriting talents. Recorded in Tokyo and New York City, the album features a superb line up of the best musicians from both cities and sees Yano mixing Japanese pop with funk and a touch of electronics, playing a wide array of keyboards programmed by YMO synth wizard Hideki Matsutake. This is the first time the album is released outside of Japan and this deluxe LP edition includes remastered sound, download card plus the original 4-page insert with poster, lyrics and full line-up. "Iroha Ni Konpeitou" is perhaps Akiko Yano's best known album in the Western world not just because of its striking front cover - a shot by famed photographer Bishin Jumonji featuring Akiko holding an inflatable dolphin (legend has it all the props and clothes were borrowed from the set of an Issey Miyake ad), but because the album is one of Akiko's funkiest ones. A slick mix of Japanese Pop and New York funk, the album was recorded in Tokyo except for the "Iroha Ni Konpeitou" title track which was recorded in NYC with an all-star line-up consisting of Rick Marotta, David Spinozza, Will Lee and Nicky Marrero. For the rest of the album, Akiko is accompanied by some of the best musicians from the Tokyo music scene gravitating around the groups Happy End and Tin Pan Alley: the ubiquitous Haruomi Hosono on bass, Tatsuo Hayashi on drums, Shigeru Suzuki on guitar to name just a few. Interestingly two Hosono compositions are featured on the album, "Ai Ai Gasa" which he recorded on his 1973 landmark debut "Hosono House" and "Hourou" originally recorded in 75 by singer and musician Chu Kosaka (on the eponymous album "Horo"). Last but not least Hideki Matsutake is handling the keyboard programming duties on the album as Yano is playing a wide array of keyboards: Moog IIIc, Mini Moog, String Ensemble, on top of the Fender Rhodes, Clavinet, Yamaha CP7C. Matsutake would soon become programmer in chief for YMO, touring and playing with them around the world (like Yano herself). Although the album feels very accessible and funky, there are complex keyboard layers underneath as on the first short introduction 'KAWAJI', a short electro fantasy, or on such tracks as "Ai Ai Gasa" and "Kino Wa Mou" on which Akiko is playing bass with her Moog, making the album a richly textured and inventive one once you scratch its surface. The tracks on the album flow effortlessly also highlighting Akiko Yano's superb songwriting and knack for creating fascinating pop song. "Iroha Ni Konpeitou" sounds as fresh and beautiful as when it first came out more than forty years ago and will please the growing circle of Akiko Yano fans around the world as a welcome addition to her brilliant discography.

Side A:
Iroha Ni Konpeitou
A Long Wait
Ike Yanagida

Side B:
Hai Hai Gasa
Kinou Wa Mou
On The Way Home
East Wind


@mrbuzzardstubble    Martin I know you don't do vinyl but you need the digital of this...haha!

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This site is for one off pressings and obscure new release vinyl and you can jag some proper bargains if you keep an eye on it. I got an email about these new ones from Bon Iver. Not sure if it's truly Black Friday but it's still worth a squiz if your a collector

Prices are USD.


If your into limited release records then this is a good site as they give you really early warnings of upcoming releases. I've scored some stuff here that has been ridiculously cheap and then become instantly expensive and rare.(Radiohead's last album for instance special Jap pressing and yes it was coloured vinyl and I know some don't like colour but each to their own)


Sly vinyl...Click


Label: Jagjaguwar

Here it is.  The first pressings that are limited for the critically acclaimed i,i by Bon Iver.

UPDATE: There are 4 version of this right now, TTL (Red /1500), Newbury (Yellow /1500), VMP (Green /1000), Japanese LP (Blue [drops tomorrow] /1500).  Below is all the variants except the blue, due to it being only sold in Japan.

Vinyl Me Please Exclusive


Numbered to 1000 Green Vinyl ($30)

Turntable Labs Exclusivo


Red Vinyl Limited to 1500 ($27)

Newbury Comic’s Exclusive


Yellow Vinyl Limited to 1500 ($30)

JLP Exclusive


Limited to 1500 (Domestic only)

The Details

Turntable Lab exclusive
- red colored vinyl (please note: actual pressing color and packaging may differ from mock-up photo)
- matte gatefold jacket w/ spot gloss accents
- housed in clear printed slipcase
- includes Institut Audio obi strip + full-color 28 page booklet
- release date: 12/13/19
(TTL Institut Audio 010)

Per email from TTL (Ashley), this is limited to 1500.

Newbury Comics Exclusive
- Yellow Vinyl
- Limited to 1500

Vinyl Me Please Exclusive
- Green Vinyl
- Foil Stamped to 1000
- Tip On gatefold Jacket


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Hey, big spender..."

Just got my 4 pack of 7m Guitar Leads from Selby Acoustics at 20% off!


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Black Friday was a day in 1939 where 5,000, 000 acres burned in Victoria and 71 people lost their lives.. 


Why the f&#k are we calling sales after it? 


Australia.... Not Trumpville 

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