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Item Condition: Good for age Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition. Suburb or Town: Coburg North State: Victoria Payment Method: Cash on Pick up Reason for selling: Paradigm Monitors Infinity Alpha Series 5.1 home theatre speakers.
Made in Denmark.
2 x Front Towers, Alpha 40 3 way
2 x Bookshelf Rear, Alpha 20 2-way
1 x Center, Alpha Center, 2-way (tweeter damaged, still acoustically good)
1 x Suberwoofer HPS250 12" down firing
I brought these used about 2 years ago and besides the tweeter on centre (something to remember my 2yo by)...there is no additional damage. There some signs of cosmetic minor wear you can expect
- few scuffs
- minor delamination on a few corners
...but overall they are in pretty good nick.
No grilles...that's how they when I purchased them. There some small screw holes at the base of the bookshelfs, when they were wall mounted.
Selling due to upgrading to Paradigm Monitor 5.1 set up.
Happy to send anyone more pics, if anyone is interested.
Can audition if required. Pick up only, from Coburg North.
Price is for the full 5.1 Set-up.
Item Condition: used - near mint condition for age Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Tura Beach State: New South Wales Payment Method: Paypal F&F, EFT Reason for selling: Not being used. Downsizing and rationalising Further information:
A beautiful Sansui equaliser in black finish in stunning condition. It comes with original packaging, instruction manual (quite handy for this one to learn how to drive it) and rack mount handles.
It is in near new condition and all functions work. The motorised sliders are smooth and all are OK. The factory presets work and the unit defaults to them after being powered down for the correct amount of time.
It is a multi-voltage unit and is set internally to 240v.
Unfortunately, I don't have the original set-up microphone. I do have a Denon DM-S205 set-up microphone I can include with it but I don't know if it is 100% compatible and I haven't tested it with the equaliser. Alternatively, I have read up about a Behringer ECM8000 mic that should be compatible and is available on eBay. The original mic was an omni-directional 600ohm but nothing particularly special as far as I can determine.
I think the price is fair considering the offerings currently available as checked out using HiFi Shark.
It has the original packaging and I will add extra outer layers to protect it further for shipping. Postage within Australia using parcel post will be about $80-$100 including insurance. If interested, give me your postcode and I will get a more accurate price.
International shipping is available at extra cost. Ask me to get a quote if interested.
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slowly upgrading to better gear, but this is where I am at right now.
Speaker upgrade later this year.
I'm going to move the TV a bit lower on the wall. It's a 50" but looks small as the room is almost 6m wide x 13 metres long and 3.3 metre ceiling height ... not the easiest room for music
Item Condition: Good Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition. Suburb or Town: Melbourne State: Victoria Payment Method: Cash on Pickup Reason for selling: Do not need Further information:
Good working order, was serviced recently. The power lamp was replaced with a LED.
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So I recently purchased a little sansui au101 that has an issue where it is blowing fuse f003 for the right channel.
I have since recapped the entire unit and replaced all transistors with suitable replacements but the problem persists.
I also replaced the trim pots with multi turn units and I am able to set steady bias at idle however I have discovered that when the amp is receiving audio input with my multi meter attached to the emitter resistor r838 the bias jumps through the roof putting out distorted crackly sound which will then blow the fuse due to excess current.
I have spent ages inspecting traces and solders, testing resistors etc but seem to have hit a dead end with it.
Any help or suggestions where to look next would be greatly appreciated?