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  1. Item: 10 metre Kordz PRS 4K UHD HDMI cable as new mint Location: Yarra Rages Price: $125 incl shipping (cost new is $299 plus shipping) Item Condition: 9.5/10 only because it's been used it's like new Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: cash/bank deposit for pick up/posted, PayPal at buyers cost for posted only. Extra Info: I have now installed a Ruipro HDMI cable so this is now not needed HDMI Compliance HDMI CTS Certification High Speed with Ethernet Certified Data Rate 3.4Gbpsc, 10.2Gbps aggregate Supported Data Rate > 3.4Gbpsc (4K UHD) Supported HDMI Clock 27-340MH Link to cable details on Kordz Site: http://www.kordz.com/prs-long-hdmi-cables.htm Kordz PRS features a narrow profile full metal die-cast shell assembly behind a unique grip tab HDMI connector for 3kg receptacle retention capacity. Engineered to mitigate connector dropout potential - not suitable for repeated plug/unplug events. High Speed with Ethernet, all lengths, Redmere active 7.5m - 15m, individually optimised with VerifEYE™, Engineered to fit through a 1” conduit, Induction soldered pin transitions for benchmark inter-terminal uniformity, Unique grip tab connectors for permanent installations, 100% of units tested on the production line for electrically continuity on all pins, with 1080p/60 application test, UL CMG fire rated in all lengths,
  2. Item: Cambridge Audio “500 Series” HDMI Cable (5m/16.4ft length) Location: Melbourne, 3040 Price: SOLD Item Condition: 10/10 Brand New. Reason for selling: 5m cable not required Payment Method: Local Pickup - Cash preferred. Can post at buyers expense. Extra Info: Cable is still new in box. Dolby True DTS HD, HDMI 1.3, 1080p, 24K Gold Plated Connectors, OFC Oxygen Free Copper. Pictures:
  3. Item: WolfPack 4K HDMI 2.0a Matrix Switch UHD HDR Location:Aberfoyle Park Price: $250 Negotiable Item Condition: very good condition hardly been used, including all original packaging and instructions Reason for selling: no longer have a use for it Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: WolfPack 4K 4x2 HDMI 2.0a Matrix Switch Features: HDMI 2.0a compliant Supports 4K2K@60 4:4:4 8bits Supports HDR*, which is 4K2K@60 4:2:0 10bits** HDCP 2.2 and 1.4 compliant Wide frequency range: 25MHz~600MHz Video bandwidth: 18Gbps Supports xvYCC, x.v.Color & Deep Color Supports Dolby Digital( ), DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD audio Allows any source to be displayed on multiple displays at the same time Allows any HDMI display to view any HDMI source at any time Supports default HDMI EDID and learns the EDID from displays The matrix master can switch every output channel to any HDMI input by IR remote control, RS-232 control, IP control and web interface (Cloud). Easy installation with rack-mounting and wall-mounting designs for master and receiver respectively https://www.hdtvsupply.com/4k-4x2-hdmi-matrix-switch.html its in its box atm so ive only got pictures from the site, if you would like actual photos let me know and ill get it out and take some Pictures:
  4. Further Information: Kimber Kable HDMI cable 1 meter in length Good condition, no longer required
  5. Hi, We have all been very busy with USB for the last couple of years and how we like to isolate our audio system from the PC source. Is there anything similar on the market that does isolate our audio system from the PC source when using HDMI? I am currently researching HDMI distribution amplifiers that seem to re-clock, equalize and regenerate HDMI signals before output. Some also run a buffer on the output. Some examples: Vision TC-HDMI12 https://visionaudiovisual.com/techconnect/tc-hdmi12/ Cyp QU-12S1A http://www.cypeurope.com/store/store/app/product/QU-12SIA/1-to-2-HDMI-Distribution-Amplifier-with-additional-HDMI-output-for-non-3D-AVR- Pro.2 HDMI2SP http://pro2.com.au/347/allproducts/avaccessories/avdistribution/hdmi2sp-2-way-hdmi-splitter-1-in-2-out/ Kramer VM-2HXL https://www.videoguys.com.au/Shop/p/30095/kramer-vm-2hxl-1-2-hdmi-distribution-amplifier-vm-2hxl.html Anyone who has any experience with this or has some thoughts on it.
  6. Hi, I have a Sony blu ray bdp-s580 running through a Bose Lifestyle 135 to an LG 50PZ650 and I am encountering a strange problem. 3D was working just fine under this set up before but, suddenly, the Blu Ray says it cannot detect a 3D display. I have checked firmware (all up to date) and then switched off and re-did all the cabling but still no good. I decided to test the HDMI lead and ran a different lead and this is where things got interesting. If I run the HDMI lead around the front of the TV unit, 3D works. But, if I run it through the back near all the other cables then I get no 3D (everything else works perfectly). I assume this is some sort of interference specifically with the 3D signal? Just wondering if anyone had come across something similar or had a solution that would allow me to keep the HDMI lead at the back of the cabinet where it belongs? Cheers, Mike.
  7. Firstly, discussions on cables and amplifier differences tend to cause a lot of heat and it's not my intent to do so, I am just asking for opinions on this. I have noticed in looking up US forums versus those in UK, Australia and elsewhere, that there is a divide in the opinion of regarding whether there are differences in cable performance, be it power cables or speakers or interconnects, and some also think that if you equalise the levels of amps, there is no difference there either. The Americans tend to think it's total hogwash, this is a bit of a stereotype as some there do believe it, but in general, the opinion is that, there is no need to get another more than bell wire or a kettle cord. IMHO, I have heard some differences, but I tend to subscribe to the 10% rule and limit my expense on cables / HDMI etc to that amount. I have also heard difference in amp quality and I am happy to pay more for it. Higher grade amps will also sound better due to their better power supplies and the potential increase in dynamics. What do you think?
  8. Hi all, Selling my Denon AVR-1912 . Price: $400 Immaculate condition. Comes with original box and all the accessories. Over 1yr remaining on Warranty. Has been a great amp with latest features - 3D, HDMI, Airplay etc. http://www.audioprod...her/AVR1912.pdf Located in South East Melbourne but can arrange courier delivery for a small fee. Also listed on Gumtree: http://www.gumtree.c...ver/1029053530# Thanks
  9. Hi Everyone, I am making a new house and getting a 100" Projector in the media room. I wanted to give builder's electrician my own HDMI cable as they will be using 1.4 cable. I want future proofing and was wondering where can I get a good quality 10m HDMI2.0 cable. Will eBay be a reliable source. Also dont want to pay hundreds for it. I am thinking to use Sony 40ES projector which is only Full HD, but in coming years, I want to have the 4K one and thus using 2.0 cable. I will have my questions regarding the setup of projector and speakers later when the media room is almost finished. Thanks in advance.
  10. Hi there, We've used infocus projectors for many years and have just been upgraded to the 3118HD. We have noticed that when using HDMI as a source, the audio always 'fades in'. Usually this means missing the first 1-2 seconds of audio altogher. We use these for large scale presentations and a 1-2 second delayed start is not acceptable. Never had an issue with infocus before and can't get much help out of them now. Any ideas? We have tried a couple of different HDMI cables, but that doesn't seem to have made a difference.
  11. Item: 10 metre HDMI Cable TCC Platinum High Speed 3D 1080p like new Location: Melb SE Price: $35 plus shipping at buyers cost Item Condition: Mint like new Reason for selling: cable clear out now surplus Payment Method: cash, PayPal at buyers cost, COD Extra Info: Some might know the TCC 10M platinum hdmi cable that goes highly recommended given the very affordable price and that work faultlessly over 10m length. The also have a slim flat construction yet well made with braided outer but both plugs and cable sheath slim enough to enable them to be run in wall and under houses and in ceilings. the cable itself not too much thicker than yellow tongue people use to run cables ! and a much easier run than many heavier hdmi cables out there. I used one of these up until recently but upgraded to 4K uhd which this cable simply was never designed to do. It will be faultless though for dvd, blu-ray, hd audio, multichannel hi res, 3D even ethernet etc so affordably probably quite a snip if needing a cable over a long length eg feeding a projector. and will do that faultlessly If in melbourne welcome to come pick this up and pay cash on pick up. If needing posting Given the nature of the item can post australia wide however will be at buyers cost. even then at the price its going to be hard to beat to buy a quality cable like it for the money. hopefully can see from the pic below its in great nick like new ! Picture and further info the tech buy website still has some info on this cable if looking, http://www.techbuy.com.au/p/177118/CABLES_HDMI/TCC/CAB-MHD110E.asp
  12. Item: 10 metre Kordz PRS 4K UHD HDMI cable as new mint Location: Melb SE Price: $150 plus shipping at buyers cost (vs new price $299 plus shipping) Item Condition: Mint like new Reason for selling: cable clear out now surplus Payment Method: cash, PayPal at buyers cost, COD Extra Info: Some will know that 4K UHD is a real challenge when comes to hdmi cables and especially if going over 7m in length. Older cables that were supposedly high speed rated as turns out do not pass 4k uhd. The good news is the kordz prs which on recommendation from Kordz themselves and designed for 4k UHD I found to successfully pass 4k uhd using both the samsung and oppo uhd players I have used with feeding off my marantz processor. I am selling this as surplus as with 2 cables I have its probably really not needed. The real benefit of this cable is in its design being an active cable it is a lot more slender and compact and flexible in construction than thick stiff difficult to run passive hdmi cables that might pass uhd blu-ray. the kordz prs by comparison has compact hdmi plugs and with its slender network cable style leads will easily run and fit through 19mm electrical conduit ! which makes it extremely suitable if planning to run the cable in wall under the house, through the ceiling etc as typically do if running to a projector with this sort of length cable. The plugs too they use are their pro fit plugs so fit solidly and unlike cheaper hdmi plugs wont slip out especially with heavy stiff cables hanging off them. The Kordz prs here will come in its original packaging and there is still some 5 months of warranty left on it I purchased this from local Big picture people store which are an authorised kordz reseller and recommended by kordz to purchase from. These cable retail at $297 to $399 so hopefully can see at $150 a good chance to grab one like new in mint condition at half price. Melbourne buyers most welcome to pay cash on pickup. If needing shipping happy to ship anywhere in australia at buyers cost, similarly if wanting to use PayPal that will be at buyers cost given what PayPal charge for the service. Please see below link and some info from the westcoast hifi site so can se what these go for brand new https://www.westcoasthifi.com.au/product/kordz-prs-hdmi-cable-10m/ and also can refer to the kordz site for further info on the PRS cable http://www.kordz.com/prs-long-hdmi-cables.htm Australian designed and engineered Kordz PRS series cables are the choice for professional A/V installers around the world. Designed to successfully transmit 4K 2060p Ultra HD video over long distances they are perfect for long runs – with lengths available up to 18m and their slim die cast end will still effortless fit through a tight 19mm cable – where many other HDMI cables would struggle. Engineered from the ground up, the PRS series offer everything the custom installer is looking for in a HDMI cable. Starting with the ProGrip™ connectors, they provide a secure locking fit with 3kg of extraction force – triple that of ordinary connectors – while also being our most compact connector yet, small enough to fit through a ¾ inch/19mm conduit. The round cable profile provides excellent flexibility while still maintaining CUL fire ratings for concealed installations. Longer lengths include built in RedMere technology to enable full High Speed with Ethernet performance to a staggering 18m. This means even the latest technologies like Ultra HD/4K and 3D video are supported, regardless of the length chosen. Competitively priced, yet still offering class-leading reliability, compliance and claimed performance. Slim die cast metal shell fits into 19mm conduit. ProGrip™ connectors keep cables firmly in place with 3kg / 6.6lb retention force. B.O.S.S. termination for consistent and reliable signal integrity OFC solid-core TMDS conductors for high signal quality Heavy-duty shielding for extreme noise environments CMG in-wall fire-rated jacket 3kg / 6.6lb retention force Round cable geometry HDMI compliant High Speed – provides Ultra HD/4K video up to 18.0m / 59’ PRS cables over 7.5m / 24’7” utilise RedMere IC technology, these cables are directional and must be connected with the RedMere-equipped end at the sink device. HDMI Compliance HDMI CTS CertificationHigh Speed with Ethernet Certified Data Rate3.4Gbpsc, 10.2Gbps aggregate Supported Data Rate> 3.4Gbpsc (4K UHD) Supported HDMI Clock27-340MHz Mechanical Cable Diameter:6.5mm / 0.26” Mounting Length:58.2mm / 2.29” Cable Bend Radius:35.0mm / 1.38” Retention Force (nominal) Some pictures so can see the mint condition of this cable,
  13. Hello, I am interested in building an audio PC to connect to the following equipment: Powered bookshelf speakers: Acoustic Energy AE1 Active Subwoofers: B&W DB4S Preamp & DAC: Essence HDACC II-4K Subwoofer Equalizer: SVS AS-EQ1 Music: Locally stored in various lossless formats. I have no intention of using streaming services like Tidal. Many of the topics I am reading seem to focus on output over Toslink, USB to an external DAC or local decoding with analog output, no mention of output over HDMI. The Essence HDACC II-4K has the best sound (according to the manufacturer) over the HDMI input. I am leaning towards Audirvana as the player as I like the fact that it has a iOS app for remote control and it gets excellent reviews for audio quality. I see that a Windows version of the player is going to be released before the end of this month so I will test it on my Windows laptop and MacBook Air. I am also comfortable building a HDPLEX machine running Linux or a Nano (headless) Windows Server 2016. But I feel like the law of diminishing returns comes into play here given that I am outputting over HDMI. I like the aesthetics of the Mac Mini but I have read mixed reviews of its audio quality. However none of these mention outputting over HDMI. I would appreciate any advice you can give. Thanks Dan
  14. War & Peace warning (I go on a lot here) Wondering if anyone may have had a similar issue? My Pioneer LX508A (50" Kuro plasma screen) is coming up to its fifth birthday this December, and I have started to have an issue which should really have started just after December and out of its five year warranty period. I am running the LX508A from my Yamaha RXV3800 receiver, feeding into the receiver I have a Dune 3 HD media player, PS3, Magic TV and a Sony Blu Ray player. All connected together via HDMI, and run using a Harmony one remote. Bearing in mind that nothing in the system is under a year old, and has all been running like a happy family together since I had all the bits (Well, some years ago I did have an issue with my receiver, but thanks to Chopsus that was fixed in settings). Over the last couple of months, when we have come to switch the system off (After a watching a movie etc.. maybe two or more hours of running), everything switches off as it should, except on the odd occasion the LX508 stays on (blue light on in bottom right corner). When this first happened, I expected that I may not have had the harmony pointed quite right to catch the IR sensor at the bottom right of the screen, so I try the help key on the harmony that runs through the switch off again and asks if that fixed the problem. To cut a long story short, what we found is that every other day, or some times more than once a day, the TV would not switch off. If I then use the Pioneer remote and try to switch it off, that also does not respond. It will not change HDMI inputs, volume control or switch to TV mode, it just locks on HDMI input 4 where my receiver feeds into (I have tried using HDMI 3 also, and reprogrammed the Harmony, same fault there too). When the TV is unresponsive to the remote commands, if I press any of the buttons on the right hands side of the TV, like standby, volume or input etc.. it works fine, but still ignores remote commands. If I keep pressing any remote command while sat in front of the screen, anytime from one to three minutes the LX508 suddenly works with the remote. All very strange to me. I called Pioneer help line and they asked me to try a couple of things (This was a series of calls over a couple of weeks, try this, then that to see if it can be fixed or the fault narrowed down). First thing was that I should switch off HDMI control on the plasma (This was actually on, but I did not need it really as the Harmony gets everything to play nice anyway), I then replaced all HDMI leads on the system, as they said it could be a single faulty lead. Instead of replacing one at a time, I did all 5 at once, the fault remains. They suggested that the PS3 is a regular culprit for stray HDMI message errors that could be locking the TV up. With the PS3 unplugged from the system it still faults. I then just used my media player plugged directly into the rear of the Plasma on input 4 (receiver not connected to the screen at all), the screen still locks up. I then just used the screen connected straight to the Magic TV via input 4 (again, with the receiver out of the game), it still locks up. At this point, Pioneer authorised the local service people in WA to look at the screen (R&I electronics of Morley WA). The service manager at Pioneer told me that he had already authorised the replacement of the HDMI main board, as he thinks that this may be a HDMI error in the unit. By replacing the HDMI main board that should cover several areas that would be too hard to track down a single fault on. The man at Pioneer also told me that they have never had this fault before and never replaced a main board on an LX508 in Australia, but they do have a new board to issue for my job held in Queensland office. When I booked the screen in with R&I , I was told that the local service agent will be making the decision what to do, not Pioneer, and they will not be replacing the main board, but will bench test it in Morley to find the actual fault. They would leave me a loan screen while they play with it. Well, they picked my LX508 up the very next morning, very fast service indeed, but advised ,me that as it turned out, they did not have a loaner TV to give me just yet (They dropped that off a couple of days later, an LG). R&I had the screen for about a week, and when I called to ask what was happening with it, I was told that they could not find anything wrong with it, and they would call me back later. The next call was to say they were bringing my LX508 back the next day. The screen returned and the gentleman who dropped it off spoke with my boss (Wife). My wife said that she hoped that the fault would be fixed anyway as they had replaced the HDMI main board as requested by Pioneer, the delivery guy said that nothing had been done with the TV, it had not even been opened up as it never faulted in the workshop. My wife and I just thought that he may not know what really had been done anyway, and we kept our fingers crossed. The second night of use the TV locked up again. I called R&I electronics back up and explained that the TV still had the same fault, and that all the time we had their LG loaner plugged into our system, that it had not frozen up, nor had our daughters Samsung Plasma that we had used over about a week plugged into the same system, they all worked as they should. The Pioneer screen was still showing the same fault. When I asked again if they had replaced the main board, the reception staff checked the records and said that the service tech had ordered the main board, but that this had not yet arrived from Pioneer, they suggested that when it comes in we may get a call from R&I asking if they can come to our home and fit the new board in house. So I waited another week, with no calls from R&I. I called them again, this time speaking with a different reception staff member who checked again, as told me that the main board that had been ordered was to replace on that had been used on my LX508. This had me wondering if it was a generic part, or why they would hold an LX508 main board if no one in the whole of Australia has ever had to have one replaced. To this, the reception member checked their repair records and advised me that their store alone has replaced four main boards on LX508's under warranty (I love being told bullshit, it makes me feel so happy). Anyway, the gentleman said that their service tech should come and look at my system as he had spoken with the tech while I was on hold, and the service tech suggested that it will be a cable error, or something I am doing wrong. So they booked a service appointment to attend at my house. A couple of days later. the service tech arrived, I made sure I got the day off work to be there for this one, and he asked me to go through the error history, and what I had already tried. He suggested that the Harmony One may be locking up and sending a single IR message which is holding the TV controls out, but then how can it still switch everything else on and off over and over as I am cycling the system waiting for my screen to respond, plus it will not answer to the actual Pioneer remote, but will respond to the actual button on the TV itself. I had also tried to put all remotes away in a solid drawer to counter that IR possible issue as advised by Pioneer during original fault diagnosis. He said it would be stray IR coming from any light source (We do not use lights in the theatre room), it may be an issue caused by Wi-Fi somewhere conflicting the IR sensor. I questioned him over the HDMI main board replacement, and he confirmed that they had changed the board even though they were not able to get the TV to fault prior to doing so (I am having trouble believing him now). He said that he was at a loss to explain what could be going on, and asked me to switch the system on and off several times over the next couple of minutes, and of course it worked fine. He also said that they do sometimes get people who call for warrant work on things that are working fine, and though it makes no sense, it does happen to them. Though insulted, I just stated that I do not see what benefit I would get out of wasting my own time playing a charade like this. He then said that he would contact Pioneer and explain what is currently going on, and get direction from them on what to do next. The next day, and I know this is not something that you should do, but when the screen locked up again, I pulled out the HDMI lead immediately from the rear of the Plasma, and tried my remote again. The screen responded to IR control straight away. It would appear to be HDMI related. I have tried just using the TV to watch free to air, without any HDMI inputs on the screen. Over about three days of use (And sick of watching adverts), the screen did not lock up once. I passed this info to the R&I service tech, and he said that this actually just confused him even more, he was leaning toward interference from the Harmony, or a Wi-Fi signal somewhere. Now, I am not sure what to do. It appears that I am at a dead end. Neither Pioneer nor R&I electronics have called me back with a next step. It is not like Pioneer can replace the unit, they don't even make screens anymore. I had thought about calling Pioneer again and pushing further, but where would that get me? My wife and I have been out looking at other 50 and 60 inch screens, and were have not found one to match picture quality of the unit we have now (Well, in our eyes anyway). To top that, when I was googling for faults and ideas on the LX508, I see that someone is selling a whole working unit on eBay in Victoria for $520. Damn that is cheap, if it is still in good working order without any screen burn in (http://www.ebay.com....=item20cb5faf12), so I guess that worse case they may suggest that the screen has a really low pro rata value anyway, never mind that they were selling for over five thousand when still being made. Damn it, if I lived in Victoria and not WA, I would buy this unit for spares at that price. Anyway, If anyone could stomach reading this war and peace, and has had a similar issue, I would be grateful if you could share your knowledge with me. Hope this was the right forum to post this one in too Mark Sorry, I said I was going to go on and on. P.S After speaking with the the man from Oznetics, and my concerns that cheap (under $10) HDMI cables I have been using may be causing issues for me (Not that I got them from him, I was just calling to ask what he thought of my situation), he was pretty sure that this had nothing to do with any HDMI cable I am using seeing as I have used two different sets of cables with the same error showing. But seeing as I was pushing to get a set of premium HDMI cables anyway, just for my own peace of mind, he was very kind and did me a very nice deal on a set of five. That man is a gentleman, plus he kept on trying to convince me that I did not need to buy any more anyway..
  15. For sale brand-new HDMI cable from EGM Audio, still sealed in his bag with connectors protection on, 2m length so a good bargain as it retails at RRP $45 Tech specs and info available on EGM website below (version 2.0) https://www.egmaudio.com.au/product/egm-audio-hdmi-2-0-2-metre-cable-grey-series/ Thanks for looking,
  16. For sale, brand new, still sealed in its original bag and with connector protection on, so a good saving if you want to buy a new one at RRP $35 for the 1m length Also for sale the 2m length one in another ad. All tech info on EGM Audio website (version 2.0 of the cable) https://www.egmaudio.com.au/product/egm-audio-hdmi-2-0-1-metre-cable-grey-series-copy/ Thanks for looking.
  17. Further information: Purchased for a project but no longer needed. Will include free shipping (within reason) for SN members. A few details from the manufacturer - The Chroma™ 7 is a High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet – supports the highest approved HDMI data rate, (up to 23Gbps which is way beyond even HDMI 2.0) covering 1080p, UltraHD 4K, Deep Color and all 3D formats of the new HDMI specification. It also features Oxygen-Free Copper conductors and molded connectors. The Chroma™ 7 utilizes the Wireworld heavier 24AWG Symmetricon® flat construction cable. It offers significantly lower loss and higher precision than the conventional round HDMI® cable design. The Chroma™ 7 features Oxygen-Free Copper conductors and molded connectors. Chroma 7 HDMI cable utilizes Wireworld’s exclusive 16-Conductor Symmetricon® design to provide faster transmission speed than conventional HDMI cable designs, in addition to Composilex® 2 insulation, resulting in industry leading performance and value. More details can be found at https://www.wireworldcable.com/hdmi-2.0-cables.html Photos:
  18. Hi peeps, Just wondering if there is any difference in cables used for I²S connecting a source to my dac or can I use any HDMI cable?
  19. Further information: Excellent HDMI cable, conforms to HDMI 2.0 specification. Conductors are silver plated oxygen free copper. RRP is $259. Link to wireworld website: www.wireworldcable.com/hdmi-2.0-cables.html Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  20. Further information: Bought this recently from SNA member. It is a great HDMI audio cable, a step up from my supra cable and good in a HT set up but I cant listen to SACD on my system through HDMI so back to my balanced cables that will do both. The wisdom of using this as an upgrade to a PS audio system becomes apparent with their I2S format. Manufacturer Notes: "Ever wanted to have an HDMI cable just for your audio needs? Harmonic Technology is proud to introduce the Magic Audio (only) OFC HDMI cable that has been designed for your optimal audio transmissions – such as between PS Audio Wave transports and the PS Audio Wave DAC." - Harmonic Technology https://www.hifizine.com/2011/12/harmonic-technology-magic-audio-hdmi-rev-1-4a-high-speed-cable/ https://www.thecableco.com/magic-hdmi-cable.html Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  21. Further information: The current RRP for a 1.5m AQ Cinnamon HDMI cable is $136 (https://lifestylestore.com.au/product/audioquest-cinnamon-hdmi-cable/). The cable will be posted out with the original packaging and a tracking number will also be provided. Technical Specs: HDMI "High Speed cable" (HDMI 2.0 4K UHD compliant) transmits over 18Gbps up to 4K/60Hz 4:4:4 and 4K 3D Solid 1.25% silver conductors Metal-layer noise-dissipation system Hard Cell-Foam (HCF) insulation Fully shielded HDMI connectors Fifth twisted pair for Ethernet All signal conductors controlled for audio directionality Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  22. Further information: Great NAD receiver. I've used this in my study as a 2 channel Processor/Pre. I hooked up the two front and 2 of the surrounds for a while and this thing has a great sound to it. Under-rated/honest power rating by NAD as always. I'd say it's the same level if not better than my Denon X2500 in terms of power. A few scratches here and there but nothing major. Blemish on the volume control. Comes with Remote & Power Cable. Reason for Sale : Moving to a dedicated PRE. Price Does not include freight if required. Note : I don't have the original box so will need to look into double boxing this if freight is required. The attached image of the specs is for the v2 the only difference between V1 & V2 being the Zone 2 function. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  23. Further information: Bought this recently from SNA member. It is a great HDMI audio cable, a step up from my supra cable and good in a HT set up but I cant listen to SACD on my system through HDMI so back to my balanced cables that will do both. The wisdom of using this as an upgrade to a PS audio system becomes apparent with their I2S format. Manufacturer Notes: "Ever wanted to have an HDMI cable just for your audio needs? Harmonic Technology is proud to introduce the Magic Audio (only) OFC HDMI cable that has been designed for your optimal audio transmissions – such as between PS Audio Wave transports and the PS Audio Wave DAC." - Harmonic Technology https://www.hifizine.com/2011/12/harmonic-technology-magic-audio-hdmi-rev-1-4a-high-speed-cable/ https://www.thecableco.com/magic-hdmi-cable.html Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  24. Further information: This unit is in excellent condition functionally and cosmetically. This unit has the original 4x HDMI 1.3b board with its latest firmware. I have used this unit for movies, high resolution surround (SACD, DVD-Audio, Blu-ray) and 2 channel audio application for the last 8 years with very satisfying results. Main reason for my purchasing the unit was the sound quality. The Classe SSP-800 represents the pinnacle of Classe performance and quality. The sound is smooth and detailed. I am the second owner and have the original receipt, box and manual. Price is negotiable I would prefer local pick-up or buyer to arrange freight/shipping. Reviews: https://hometheaterreview.com/classe-ssp-800-av-preamp-reviewed/#:~:text=The Classe SSP-800 doesn,secret killer of sound quality. https://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/tas-194-classe-audio-ssp-800-multichannel-controller-1/ Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved 147-Classe_review_4-2010.pdf
  25. Further information: This unit is in excellent condition functionally and cosmetically. There are no scratches, marks, dings or dents. This unit has the original 4x HDMI 1.3b board with its latest firmware. I have used this unit for movies, high resolution surround (SACD, DVD-Audio, Blu-ray) and 2 channel audio application for the last 8 years with very satisfying results. Main reason for my purchasing the unit was the sound quality. The Classe SSP-800 represents the pinnacle of Classe performance and quality. The sound is smooth and detailed. The person who buys, is looking for the best audio quality in one unit for both stereo & surround. I am the second owner and have the original receipt, box and manual. Price is negotiable I would prefer local pick-up or buyer to arrange freight/shipping. Reviews: https://hometheaterreview.com/classe-ssp-800-av-preamp-reviewed/#:~:text=The Classe SSP-800 doesn,secret killer of sound quality. https://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/tas-194-classe-audio-ssp-800-multichannel-controller-1/ Plenty more where they came from, all highlighting the same attributes of sonic superiority. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
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