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By EGM Audio
EGM Audio Grey Series V2 - Our Entry Level Power Cable
EGM offers the best entry level Power Cable (1.5 M length) available on the Australian market under AUD$100 (RRP). We have done extensive testing, both in Australia and overseas with HiFi Specialists, Designers, and Focused Listing Groups. Our product is comparable to competitors’ cables that retail for over AUD $400!
As always, we are so confident in our products that we offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Features of our High Grade audiophile power cable:
Improves sound and picture quality of audio and AV products
EMI/ RFI protective screening
16AWG 3 core, 99.999% OFC pure electrolytic copper
Designed and Made in Australia—230v AS/NZ Standard with IEC C13 or IEC C7 Plug Top
5 Year Warranty EGM Audio Hi-Fi Audio Power Cable: Grey Series V2
This Hi-Fi Audio Power Cable is part of EGM Audio's Grey series and it is the perfect entry level power cable. Handmade to offer high quality performance at an affordable price, the tinned copper braid/screen provides superb protection from any external interference from other audio equipment.
Available in a variety of lengths, our sturdy handcrafted cables are a great investment if you’re looking for a long-lasting and efficient power cable! Perfect for home audio set up, our audio power cables are ideal for replacing all your basic power leads with a more adequate cable.
This cable not only delivers excellent performance, it also represents outstanding value for money.
EGM Audio’s Power Cable Construction:
Layer 6: Nylon Sheath – Outer jacket gives extra protection to the cable.
Layer 5: PVC Clear Jacket – This outer PVC jacket helps give the cable axial mechanical strength and resistance, while providing a high degree of flexibility to the cable.
Layer 4: EMI/ RFI Screen – Copper Tinned Braided Screening will protect your cable/ audio equipment from external and internal EMI. It is the best level of protection for Audiophile Systems.
Layer 3: Inner PVC Layer – This resistance PVC barrier protects the inner cores of the cable from any interference on the EMI screen.
Layer 2: Conductor’s PVC Jacket – This special compound electronically extruded evenly around the copper conductors are exclusive to EGM Audio’s Power Cables. It has a very low dielectric, and this remains constant over wide frequency ranges making this the best available on today’s market for Hi-End audio systems.
Layer 1: Conductors – 3 core, 99.999% OFC multi strand pure electrolytic copper. Highest purity of copper available for any Audio Equipment on the market.
Available for purchase at Retailers and at http://www.egmaudio.com.au
Item: Majestic 135" 16:9 fixed screen with Evo Ultra 4K and Fidelio velvet frame
Price: $1949 delivered
Item Condition: Brand new
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Visa and mastercard @ 1%. Direct deposit.
Extra Info: Lifetime warranty, free shipping Australia wide with cope sensitive freight.
Frame size: 3140 x 1831
Viewing area: 2990 x 1681
PM with any questions, request for samples etc.
Item: Oz Theatre Majestic 21:9 Cinemascope (2.37:1 format) 110" Fixed Screen
Location: Sunshine Coast
Item Condition: Screen is in perfect condition however the black velvet felt is shrinking in some corners. We have spare felt that can be attached.
Reason for selling: Recently downsized from house to unit and can no longer fit in our 110" screen.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal,
Extra Info: Screen Size is as follows
Viewing Diagonal Inches: 110"
Overall Size Inc Frame: 2726 x 1237mm
Active Viewing Area: 2576 x 1087mm
We also have an LP Morgan Scope Anamorphic Lens for sale in separate ad.
By Guest Clarence
Folks, I don't know where everyone stands with competitive markets and local expertise. I have been away from Oz for coming on 7 years and have returned to a country I barely recognise, Aussie brilliance begone. A lot of my personal audio gear remains inaccessible in my current circumstances though I rarely enjoy being remote from something approaching a reasonable entertainment system, stereo the impetus.
So, as my restart-restart mode continues at the moment I have fondly remembered an Aussie Sydney company dBa that created a duo of power outlets called the dBa LB-3000 and dBa RC-300 that were almost intentionally meant to be combined into a well considered power management system effectively delivering 5 high power units' to max. 3000 W (there was the LB-1500 rated at peak 1500W) outlets and 6 lower powered and far more cleansed outlets (to 300W) via Oz power connectors. The RC-300 would be run from one of the 6 LB-3000 (LB-1500) outlets reducing the LB to 5 outlets. Big, heavy wooden chassis, massive over-engineered transformers with related circuitry. Kooky, yes. But Australian, Yes.
I have, obviously, found the company to have gone under due to external competition. Without intent to harbour rumours of biased foreign intervention, a great company has gone as the little specialist Australian company relying on a fabulous and historic and noncompetitive Australian-wage transformer winder (whose name I have lost) was forced to close long opened doors and forced the issue of dBa's demise.
Dave has become a musician. Calling Peter over at SpeakerWorks in Strathfield the other day (I really don't want to drop names, Australia seems so farcken sad right now) has brought me to write :- Please don't disregard your old gear. Your old gear does not suck and is not necessarily due for dismissal, don't tip it, don't send it to landfill. Give the AMAZING and proactive Folk of Oz a gander at your seemingly retired gear and let them let you know things can be revamped back to new. What a sad state that the planet has become so seemingly refuse-able. Peter will tell you things about your speakers that the manufacturer wouldn't know.
Two members of stereo.net.au have recently provided me with the dBa running gear as seconds (the units mentioned above). I had before this called Speakerworks directly for any available models. The classified markets became my only hope (The two members here have provided me with exceptional examples).
Gawd I hope no one replies to this post. Just to keep it in your minds next time a left / right channel is due for the bucket out the back; that would suffice. Even notice how I write Gawd and not God in submission to the tenderness and gentleness and political correctedness of the current populace. Having said that, though, a Japanese resident of Oz was taken the other day by a 4m Great White and two fellow surfers paddled out to the same waters with the shark to try to save this bloke. Absolutely AMAZING! The real Oz is alive and well, sometimes, but often now living in China instead.
Don't send you Wilsons or Avalons or Sonus fabers away. Give an Aussie a go. Jeezus, we are soooo screwed.
Getting rid of my hi-fi rack, I've had this for years, and it cost me about $799 back the early noughties. This thing weighs a ton, and is such a solid support for all your gear. It has five glass shelves, supported by what I think is steel. Spikes adorn the legs for isolation. These were made in Australia, and I just need a bit more cash, and more room!!! Computer driven music will have to suffice to I rebuild another vinyl based setup in a couple of years!!!!
Pickup only!!!!! Shipping would cost too much for anyone as it weighs a ton!!! INCLUDES A FREE DENON CD PLAYER! This has optical out, in case you have a DAC lying around!
* Soundtable equipment support
* Kilsyth South
* Hifi Rack in very good condition. Some minor edge chips on some of the glass shelves, hidden when you place the shelf to the back
* $175, BARGAIN
* Reason for selling Need room, and need the cash!
* Payment Methods: Cash on pickup,