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Item Condition: As described below Shipping Options: Shipping is available at agreed cost. Suburb or Town: Bulleen State: Victoria Payment Method: Paypal, EFT Reason for selling: latest finds
Fleetwood Mac (Deluxe)
2018 worldwide 1LP/3CD/1DVD remastered Deluxe Limited Edition Box set
BRAND NEW & Sealed
Dan Hersch's mastering sounds excellent here.
Unlike the 'Rumours' box set of the same type, the Self Titled one (this one here) is generally praised and sounds fantastic.
The other one...not so much.
+ you may add anything from this thread if you want to save on postage?
Delivery Methods: NO PICKUPS SORRY - mail only.
Bank transfers, or PayPal (Friends & Family only, no notes) are both welcome.
STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Once sold, a donation to SNA of 5% of items total will follow.
Any title here gets a brand new inner and/or outer quality Blake sleeve as needed before shipping.
I try and ship 3-4 days a week.
THE SMALL PRINT:
I fully guarantee everything I offer - if you don't like any item for whatever reason, return it at my expense for a full refund, no questions asked (verified 30 day+ active Forum members only thanks)..
Original contents are stored inside the cover.
I try to ship all records themselves outside the cover, so any postal damage is minimised.
I use mostly s/hand pre-made cardboard mailers for all orders, and these virtually guarantee safe arrival of your record (they are also MUCH faster to pack).
Combined postage to anywhere in Australia at cost (or close enough) and is EXTRA (ie. not included in prices).
ABSOLUTELY NO LOCAL PICKUPS - don't ask - it's not going to happen.
Complain to me loudly if anything goes wrong (although it barely ever does) - and it'll be fixed, in your favour.
Item: Mac Mini Server 2010 Model
Price: $400 including postage
Item Condition: As new (given it's a 2010 unit!) with packaging
Reason for selling: Upgraded so no longer needed
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Mac Mini Server with the following specs:
2.66 Core 2 Duo
1TB SSD - main drive
500GB spinner - media drive
Unit is in excellent condition and comes with original packaging. Currently running Sierra, however can upgrade to the latest High Sierra if needed prior to pickup. Has been a great little media server - mostly using iTunes.
Pictures: As below
By Dr Gonzo
I bought an OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock to use with my 2017 MacBook Pro. The dock works in terms of powering the machine and my iPhone and iPad, however I cannot use it to play music through the headphone output or through a USB 3 port to my Dragonfly DAC. The Dock doesn't show up either in the audio MIDI setup or the 'sound' window in system preferences. After talking to Apple support over the phone for an hour they suggested that the fault lay with the OWC dock rather than an apple software or hardware issue. Has anybody else had experience with this issue and been able to shed some light on this problem?
I have a moderate stereo setup at my house which I've been enjoying for a number of years, which I run off of a windows based HTPC, which is now getting quite old and I'm noticing some issues. Now since I work in IT, I have a lot of equipment laying around, including a Mac Mini that I haven't used for quite some time.
Decided to play with it, so I threw Kodi on it, installed Audirvana and a bit of music. I have the Lenehan PDX as a DAC and had to install the HiFace driver, but it worked pretty seamlessly after installation.
Fired up some music and was immediately... disappointed. The music sounded muddled, which is not characteristic of my system. I tried a few different programs, including J-River which is what I've used on my PC, and I will admit that the difference is still fairly noticeable.
To be sure, I plugged it back into my old HTPC and as best as I can tell, it simply sounds much better. Now, I understand that what I'm familiar with might sound better to me, but in this case I'm being as objective as I possibly can be.
Does anyone have any advice as to why the Mac Mini might be so sub-par? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
By Guest scumbag
Item: Creative Sound Blaster USB Digital Music LX
Price: $50 for pickup, $55 for postage.
Item condition: Good.
Reason for selling: No longer used
Payment method: Pickup, cash or PayPal. Postage - Paypal (as a friend or add 3%).
I bought this quite a while ago to measure speakers but haven't used it as it didn't work with my microphone. @wolster sold one a few weeks ago which he used to transfer his vinyl to digital files via USB.
I have found the Creative drivers for this beastie and I did a test - they load with Windows 7 - not sure about WIN10 as I don't run it. It will most likely work with plug & play anyway and you can use free software to get rid of clicks and split up the tracks. The download link is not on the Creative website, I've checked them with my anti-virus and installed them without incident. http://freedriver.org/drivers/soundcards.php?s_firm=Creative&driver=001322.rar&s_model=USB Sound Blaster Digital Music LX
Doesn't some with cables but I'm sure you'll have a spare USB cable for it!
Pickup from the Northside during business hours.
See Wolster's advert - it's the same. I'm lazy.