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Item Condition: Very Good, working Shipping Options: Pickup is available,Audition is not available, but in-person pickup can be arranged with limited personal contact,I can ship this item Suburb or Town: LALOR PARK State: New South Wales Payment Method: Cash, Paypal Reason for selling: Not needed, clearing out old equipment for space Further information:
Can ship item, however I will require your postal code in order to judge whether it is within my budget to do so.
You can check shipping to yourself if you wish:
Dimensions: 55 x 42 x 38cm 12kg + signature on delivery
By DIY freak
So Im only 15 but Im getting sucked into the DIY hifi and audio stuff. I want to make a medium sized 2.0 stereo system using low end Peerless and Daichi components.
Is their any advice for when i eventually make these, components etc.
Im probably going to use 16mm mdf, is that thick enough??
And what size enclosure and port is suitable for these drivers??
I was thinking of making the front baffle around the same dimensions as an A4 piece of paper.
hopefully all good results, with the drivers n all but knowing me lol.
I have made other speakers before, so don't cut short on the geeky side.
Item: Cambridge Audio Azur 540A
Location: Sydney, Chatswood area
Item Condition: Very good
Reason for selling: No longer used
Payment Method: Pickup only
Old favourite, great sound for little money. No remote. Very good condition.
Manual & specs: https://techsupport.cambridgeaudio.com/hc/en-us/article_attachments/205263809/Azur_540A-640A_User_Manual_-_English.pdf
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Item: Creek Audio Systems CAS4040 Stereo Amp
Location: Tinderbox, TAS (20 mins outside Hobart)
Item Condition: Good
Reason for selling: No longer required
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: Great little amp. As you can see from the photos, it is in good condition with some minor marks expected for its age. I used it in a little office system and it never let me down.
Would prefer pickup, but will post as well. I can meet at Battery Point in Hobart too if this is easier.
I've been out of the loop for a few years now but finally getting some free time to enjoy movies/gaming/music again and want to improve on my current 2.1 audio setup to match a recent 4kTV upgrade.
My current setup is:
Sony X85G 4k HDR TV
CA Azure 751BD Bluray/Cd Player
Rotel RA-06SE Integrated Stereo Amp
B&W 685 Speaker Pair
B&W PV1 Subwoofer
A $50 Jaycar DAC that's handling the optical audio output from the TV to my stereo amp while i'm working out which path to go down...
For simplification purposes I now basically stream everything movie/TV related via all the streaming services like Netflix, Disney+ etc or watch sport and premiere movies on Foxtel. And, if i'm being honest, I probably stream music way more just from my iPhone these days than a CD. I'm basically embracing super fast broadband, improved streaming quality and convenience.
So anyways, i guess I'm looking for advice on where i can add/improve on my current setup to better suit my new way of consuming media.
Now a couple of notes:
I have no plans to update the speakers/sub anytime soon. I'm happy with them. I have no plans to grow my physical movie/music library. I'm embracing the ease of streaming services. My audio focus is more towards being immersed in a movie/tv show and less so on music, which is more for in the background when cooking, entertaining etc. My total upgrade budget is around $1k - $1.5k for new component/s... but certainly no more than $2k. A decent DAC to handle the PCM optical outs from my TV and Foxtel is an obvious solution, but: I want this upgrade to be a family friendly integration - not a symphony of remote shuffling. I'd like the option of a sub line out as well as stereo out. I'd like the option to stream music from my iPhone sometimes. A new integrated stereo amp is the other solution to handle the digital audio outputs from TV/Foxtel/ps4 and drive my speakers. Downside is i'm left with the RA-06SE which i do still like. But, if i can get an option that is better in audio quality as well as handling my digital inputs within my budget than it's A-ok. I want this upgrade to be a family friendly integration - not a symphony of remote shuffling. I'd like the option of a sub line out as well as stereo out. I'd like the option to stream music direct from my iPhone sometimes.
So i guess the advice i need, taking into account how i watch/listen to stuff and what equipment i already have is:
Recommendations/brands on where to start on the new DAC Path?
Recommendations/brands on where to start on the new integrated stereo path?
Recommendations on another path that I've missed?
Thanks in advance.