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  1. For sae: INTEGRA DTR-7.9 THX Ultra2 Plus, 2 Zone, 7.1 Channel Surround Receiver (Please bid on the ebay site as I may miss emails sent here, thanks) http://www.ebay.com....E:L:LCA:AU:1123 This is a link to the MF site: http://www.integraho...ss=Receiver&p=i The amp is clean and in perfect working order. It's We're switching to a Sonos system and don't need it any more. This DTR 7.9 isn't available anymore. The newer model that replaces it is the DTR 50-6, which retails at $2,295. It comes complete with power plug, remote and manual.
  2. Hi all, I recently acquired some new gear and need some help with connectivity. Below is all of the gear I am attempting to connect: Receiver – Denon AVR-2808 Speakers – Dynaudio Audience 72 (left/right) and Dynaudio Audience 42C (centre) TV – Samsung UA55NU7100W Entertainment – Apple TV 4th Generation (no optical, only HDMI) Turntable – Dual 1019 The turntable is straight forward; just an RCA connection to the PHONO audio input. I’m having issues however with the TV and Apple TV. My aim is to NOT NEED to turn the receiver on and use the Dynaudio speakers whenever I want to use the TV or Apple TV. For casual watching (e.g. the news) I would like to just use the TV speakers with the receiver powered OFF. However for more involved watching (e.g. movies) I would like the audio to play through the Dynaudio speakers once the receiver is powered ON. 1) If I connect the TV to the receiver using an optical TOSLINK cable, would the audio still play through the TV when the receiver is off? And then when I turn the receiver on it would play through the Dynaudio speakers? Or alternatively, can I use a HDMI cable and somewhere in the software tell the receiver to only take audio and not video? 2) I also have issues with the Apple TV. It is the 4th Generation meaning it has no optical connection, only a HDMI. What would happen if I simply connected the Apple TV to the TV via a HDMI cable? Would the audio follow the same path discussed in question 1? Thank you in advance! Mitch.
  3. I have a Yamaha AV receiver RX-V757 and it will not power up. The main display is blank and there is no sound of relay engaging or any sound of life at all. So far I have: - disconnected all cables except main AC cable - measured 247V on the input board where the AC input cable is attached - taken fuse F1 off fuse holder and checked it with a multimeter and is ok - measured voltage at the AC outlet and there is no power at all Any suggestions? I couldn't find a diagram online. I'm pretty confident in trying DIY repair if I find out what to do. I've been quoted $800 for a repair at the hi-fi shop where I bought it, when a new comparable unit would cost $1000. They obviously are trying to sell me a new unit. :mad: Does anyone know any repairer that can be trusted in Melbourne?
  4. Hi all, Currently on the hunt for a new receiver, but this time round looking for something with front L/R pre outs. The story goes like this.... Had a standard 5.1 setup which I was running my turntable through via a dodgy phono preamp. I've since invested some coin in my analog setup, so mow I've a RP6 through a good Graham Slee phono stage into a Yamaha A-S1000, through to a set of Kappa infinity speakers I picked up cheap, but sound nice. So, I need a new receiver with pre outs for front L and R so I can utilise the better speakers and new yammie amp. Problem is, I don't have a lot of money to spend on this. Can stretch to $1000, but would rather get something a little cheaper if possible. Most low end receivers have sub pres, but that's no good for me. Any suggestions? Saw a Marantz NR1403 on sale before Xmas for $529 which seemed to be the go. Having to wait until after Xmas saw me miss that one. Secondhand is always an option too if there are some good models poeple can recommend? So far I'm looking at $1k+ or the slimline Marantz (1504). Is it just me that gets a little concerned when googling receivers and se something like the Marantz 1504 going on Amazon in the US for $300, yet in Aus its $850!?! Complete joke.
  5. Dear All, I've had a Sansui 1000X receiver for a year or so and it has a long standing "white noise/hiss" problem in one channel, this occurs all the time even when the volume is turned right down. I recently linked the Sansui 1000X pre-amp out into the main in of another amp and it sounded great - no hiss whatsoever. I am now thinking of repairing the amp, I assume a re-cap of the main amp board(s) rather than pre amp is in order but I was just wondering if there could be another cause. I don't know much but read somewhere that the output transistors could also be a problem. Would anyone out there have an informed opinion on this. Best regards Mark
  6. Hola Amigos. I've had my speaker system now for around a year and a half. It's my first foray into "proper" hifi and as such, my emphasis when planning, purchasing and setting up was on lounge-room home theater. I have absolutely loved it thus far, I make full use of it every weekend with a movie or two (always at full noise of course), and every night as normal use while watching TV. Months ago, I invested in a Turntable, Phono Stage and have been collecting vinyl since. The phono connects to my Yamaha Aventage A710, and as my speaker setup through the Yamy has my fronts set as 'small' and xover at 60hz, I always just left it as is for movies. The reason for this thread, is that I only listen to music in Straight, which utalises the use of the subwoofer and the front floor standers. I've always felt that my floorstanders lacked bass, but the sub more than made up for them. However, with music, I always felt there was something missing. I felt myself straining and longing for more mid-low "punch" and thump. Sure, the sub produces fast, fantastic and clear low end bass, almost effortlessly, more than enough for my taste, but I still couldn't help feeling something was missing during music, and if I turned the sub off (power), most bass was lost. A couple of weeks ago, I changed the settings on the amp to accept the floorstanders as Large, and Do Not Use for the sub. I dropped XX by The XX onto the platter, lowered the arm and was instantly greeted by the sound I'd been searching for. It was a 'drop-to-your-knees-and-wave-your-hands-in-the-air' moment for me. I sat back and enjoyed a full range of frequencies delivered by my left and right channels alone. I can't believe how much bass they produce without the sub and more importantly, how low they go. I never knew a 10" driver in a floorstander can vibrate my back through the couch with the sub off. Suffice to say, all my music listening is now L/R only. Now, I want more from my music, in particular, from the power source. And therein lies the problem; I still watch movies, and so now I have to go into settings and change the configuration every time I want to play music, or watch a bluray/tv. This is annoying, and got me thinking. I know I can change my receiver to accept front speaker passthrough and run a dedicated 2 channel amp through, but that means I have to get a new receiver as well as a new amp. In the future, we'd like to build our next home and part of the plan is to build a dedicated theater room, and have a seperate 2 channel system, but for now, how do you think this will work?: My current floorstanders' cable runs to a terminal in the wall (see crap phone photo below), fed to the reciever in the front left corner of the room (the only place for it). What if I kept that configuration as is, bought a dedicated 2 channel amp, and placed it and the turntable between the speakers as they are, and ran another set of speaker cables to my speakers directly. I would have both the cables from the receiver, AND the decicated 2 chan setup connected to the speakers at the same time, however, only one would be on/playing at any one time, of course. The cable from the receiver plugs into the speakers via banana plugs, the cable from the 2chan amp would connect to the same speaker terminal via spades. I would be able to keep all my settings on the receiver for tv and movies, then turn the receiver off, turn on the tt and 2chan amp and play some music at a much higher quality than my receiver will ever dream of producing. Is this even feasable? Has anyone done this before? If so, what was the outcome? Does it have any implications for the receiver or would it not even matter as long as the receiver is not sending a signal? Am I dreaming? If so, do I have any other options? Sorry for the long post... Kind regards, Elyas
  7. Hi all, I have a home theatre setup where I'm running a Paradigm Studio 7.2 setup on my Anthem MRX-710 receiver. I'm running two Studio 100s, a Studio CC-590, and four Studio 20s. I've never biamped, biwired, or anything of the sort with a power amplifer, and I'm wondering if there is any benefit to adding one. Obviously there's more power, and the reduced chance of clipping. But I don't listen to music at ear-bleeding levels. But movies can get very loud. I've also heard that the studio 100s sound better with more power. I'd like to hear about your experience, thoughts, suggestions. I should also mention that my lounge/dining/kitchen is 7.2m x 8m with high ceilings going up to the loft upstairs (some 8m high in places) with open space into the bedroom too. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated! Hamish
  8. Hi all, It's been a while since I dabbled with home audio so I'm a bit out of date. I'm helping my parents with a simple setup in their bedroom and these are the core components: Samsung Series 6 TV Apple TV Two speakers Here are the two primary use-cases: 1. Watch TV (standard tuner) or watch the Apple TV. In either even the sound will go via the television. 2. Steam music to the AppleTV via AirPlay. In the latter situation, it'd be ideal not to have to turn the TV on. I don't think I need an A/V Receiver at all as there are so few components but I do need something to drive the two speakers. Here's what I currently have in mind: Apple TV (HDMI) -> Samsung via HDMI (handles audio and video unless I'm much mistaken) Samsung -> AudioSource AMP100 or similar Apple TV (TOSLINK out) -> AudioSourceAMP100 Input 2 If this setup sounds logical, I'd appreciate advice on: A. Does anyone have experience with the AudioSource AMP series, is it any good? B. When watching the Apple TV (not listening) the AudioSource will receive the same output from the Apple TV direct and via the Samsung. Will the two input system on the AudioSource work in such a way that Input 1 will be prioritised and it'll ignore Input 2 (this sounds too good to be true). Thanks all! Chris
  9. Hi everyone, Apologies if this is the wrong place to ask, I'm new here, and hope someone can help. I've got an older Denon AVC-A1 which has pregnant capacitors on the power supply. They are marked ELNA For Audio 15000uF 73V, however I can't find any reference to this spec capacitor anywhere. I'm just going to replace them with a bigger capacitor, or one with a higher voltage rating, whichever is cheapest, but my question is, do I really need an "audio" spec capacitor for this stage, I would have assumed if anything, ripple current would have been priority? Also, there are a HECK of a lot of caps around rated for 63V, am I ever going to see voltage that high in that section of my amp, or can I get away with lower rated caps? TIA EDIT: I shouldn't have trusted what I saw, according to service manuals they should be 71V rated and marked DENON.... these are likely fakes. Oh well no better time to replace them. Probably don't care so much about the previous questions considering they are readily available now.... Cheers
  10. Hi I cannot believe I first joined this forum 12 years ago. The advice then was fantastic and has enabled me to enjoy my home theatre. Up until the weekend I had the same plasma tv and receiver that I purchased nearly 10 years ago. TV was a Panasonic and the receiver was, well still is a Denon AVR-3808. I have just purchased a Panasonic TH-65EX780A and am wondering how worthwile will it be upgrading the receiver. The receiver only supports HDMI 1.3 and I now cannot get it to passthrough sound to my speakers when watching TV. When watching movies on my media player, it passes through sound. no problem. Reading up on it, I don't really understand ARC and I don't think my current receiver supports it, not sure but was wondering what are the benefits of upgrading to a new receiver. At the time the Denon cost me about $3,000 but they seemed to have come down in price. If i were to upgrade, any brands or model suggestions would be very much appreciated. Cheers Arry
  11. Hi everyone, We've been getting a lot of requests for complete HT bundles, including all speakers, a subwoofer and an AVR. We're working on the subwoofer kits, they'll be available soon, but I'm hoping to get some suggestions from SNA about the AVR. Given say a $1500-$2500 spend on speakers/subwoofer, what price would people expect to pay for an AVR? And what brands are popular at that price point? Suggestions? I've just added the suggested brands to a poll question along with a couple of others, you can select multiple brands so tick any that you would like to see us sell in our bundles. As for the price range, $700-1K seems to be the most popular for a base model, and perhaps another option with more features at 1.5-2K? Regards, Daniel
  12. Item: WTB Hi-Fi Stack Price Range: $500 - $1000 Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Hi All, Seek either an AMP, TUNER, CD Stack or a STERO RECEIVER, CD stack. Not too fussed on brand but would prefer Cambridge Audio, ARCAM, Rotel or equivalent. Prefer Melbourne but if they can be carefully sent via postage happy to consider. Thanks in advance. Cheers. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  13. Hi guys. Was after a used Marantz Av8801 pre/pro, i can get a good deal on a new 1 but i just upgraded my front speakers so im not looking to buy new if i dont have to! Any thing out there let me know, thanks 0404 120820
  14. Item: Akai AA 1150 or AA 1175 Receiver Price Range: Item Condition: Excellent to Mint Extra Info: Looking for an Akai 1150 or 1175 receiver please if anybody has one for sale or knows of one for sale. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  15. Item: RX-V3085 Price Range: 1000 - 1250 Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: hi looking to upgrade my RX-V2700 Would prefer Pickup in Brisbane North Region.
  16. Item: Marantz 5.1/7.1 receiver - no older than 2013 Price Range: $350ish (model dependant) Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Looking for my old man, he needs a small amp/receiver and loves my Marantz Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  17. Item: Yamaha RX-V2073 or later Price Range: $300-1000 depending on model Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: The amplifier has to be 9.2 and based on my research the RX-V2073 or later models (or equivalent Adventage) will suit my needs. I see the RX-V2073 sell for $300 so that is my lower limit.
  18. Further information: Photos: Denon ACVR 1604 AV receiver in silver. Hasn't been used in 3 years selling as spares or repair. It did work before being stored but I can't check it. Selling as spares or repair. (NO REMOTE) Dolby digital, Dolby digital Pro Logix II, DTS, DTS ES NEO RDS AM / FM radio. Ect With original box and instruction manual. Cash on collection only. PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved You understand that a reasonable donation for selling fees is expected upon successful sale of your item - if you have previously sold items and not made a donation, your advertisement may not be approved.
  19. This receiver is about 3 years old. It works flawlessly, it has been updated to the last version of the firmware. It is immaculate as the photos show. Remote control is also in perfect working conditions. Selling as I have changed to a stereo set up. Pick up only sale. PayPal fees paid by purchaser. Any questions please send me a message, thank you. https://au.yamaha.com/en/products/audio_visual/av_receivers_amps/rx-v681/index.html Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved You understand that a reasonable donation for selling fees is expected upon successful sale of your item
  20. Further information: I've had this AVR for just under 3 years. It's in great condition. Low-moderate use. Comes with remote, MCACC room calibration mic, power cable and instruction manual. No original box unfortunately. This would be a great AVR for someone looking to get started. Has pretty much everything you would need. 7.2 channels, atmos/DTS:X support, HDR/dolby vision etc etc. 2 HDMI out which isn't common for AVR's in this price range. Also has chromecast built in. Specs: https://www.pioneerelectronics.ca/POCEN/Home/AV-Receivers/Pioneer Receivers/VSX-1131 Pickup in Kangaroo Point, Brisbane. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved You understand that a reasonable donation for selling fees is expected upon successful sale of your item - if you have previously sold items and not made a donation, your advertisement may not be approved.
  21. Item: Emotiva XMC-1 Gen 2 Home Theatre AV PREAMP/PROCESSOR (HT receiver but with no amps) Location: Glen Waverley, Victoria Item condition description: BRAND NEW SEALED BOX Price and price conditions: $2995 Usual Price: $3999 http://www.lifestylestore.com.au/emotiva-xmc-1-generation-2-7-2-a-v-preamplifier-processor.html Reason for selling: In between jobs. Need money for house repayments. Payment Methods: Paypal (add 3%), Cash - Pickup, Bank Transfer. Extra info: I have not opened it since I bought this direct from Emotiva. Between the time I bought it up to the time it arrived, I had an enforced change in jobs and I am tight on funds. Make no mistake, this is my dream AV PREAMP/PROCESSOR with an unequaled dirac le auto tune optimizer for it's price range and I will buy this again once I am not so tight financially. Keep in mind this unit is without any amplification (which will usually aid in sound quality) and will require you to have a power amp to pair it with. If you want I can also upload a picture of the shipping box. It's still sealed inside.
  22. Item: Peachtree Audio BT1 Bluetooth AptX Receiver Apt-X BT-1 Location: Melbourne Price: $100 pickup. Can post for $15 extra Australia wide Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Rarely use Bluetooth now. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: - The best quality output is the Optical/Toslink output (see photos of the rear of the unit). Doesn't come with an optical cable in this sale. - Power cables and Aussie power plug and analogue output cables are included though (see photos). Original boxing included. - See more info here: http://www.peachtreeaudio.com/bt1-bluetooth-receiver.html - And more info here: http://melbournehifi.com.au/products/peachtree-audio-bt1-aptx-bluetooth-receiver Pictures:
  23. Item: Pioneer SC-LX87 9.2 Channel AV Receiver Location: Brooklyn, VIC Price: $1,500 ono Item Condition: As new Reason for selling: Need something with Atmos Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Top of the line receiver from 2014 and still matches it with current offerings in performance. The only thing missing is Dolby Atmos, which is my only reason for sale. Cost was around $4,000 when new. I'm not sure what it's worth now, but I've priced it based on what others are asking for similar models. It is in immaculate condition and includes all original accessories and packaging materials. Pickup preferred from Brooklyn, however I'm happy to ship it. It's a big, heavy box so it won't be cheap. Let me know your postcode if you'd like an estimate. Pictures: Item is currently boxed up, so please see images online. The unit is as new. I'd be more than happy to open it up for inspection before purchase.
  24. Item: Pioneer SC-LX89 9.2 Channel AV Receiver Location: Melbourne 3152 Price: $2,500 ONO Item Condition: Excellent Condition 10/10 Reason for selling: Moving Overseas Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Australia Post, COD, Postage at Buyers Expense Extra Info: This Top of the Line 9.2. Channel AV Receiver Retailed for $3,750 New*The Best Receiver of 2015 * https://www.pioneer-audiovisual.eu/sites/default/files/datasheets/english/SC-LX89.pdf Pioneer SC-LX89 9.2 Channel AV Receiver features latest Dolby Home Cinema technology, Dolby Atmos®, that upgrades your surround sound experience with sound effects coming from above, in-ceilings or Dolby Atmos® speakers. Get the latest Ultra HD video technology support with 4K pass through and 4K up-scaling. The SC-LX89 incorporates high-end Class D amplification at 190 Watts into 6 Ω. Additionally, MCACC calibrates sound output using a microphone, optimise and tune to correct best frequencies for audiophile environment. Enjoy Spotify With the digital streaming service Spotify enjoy millions of songs just when you want to. This receiver is ready for Spotify Connect with which you can select songs via an app and listen to on your audio system. Dolby Atmos, DTS:X This device supports the newest Dolby Atmos and (after a free update) DTS:X surround-sound formats. With their object-oriented designs these formats facilitate a perfect wraparound sound with precisely placed effects and realistic movement sequences in all three spatial axes. In this respect loudspeaker arrangements of up to 11.2 channels are supported. Streaming and Airplay As a network player with integrated WLAN, this device plays music files in all of the relevant formats from the home network including high-resolution DSD and FLAC files, naturally gapless and with a convenient app control. Tablets and Smartphones can be seamlessly and wirelessly integrated via AirPlay or without a network via Bluetooth. 4K Ultra-HD Scaling Give your Ultra-HD Display the food it needs. This Pioneer device is not only fully compatible with all available high-definition video signals, its high-performance video scaler also produces 4K images, even from low-resolution material. In this way, with up to 20 times as many pixels, even your old DVDs will gain a new dimension where both focus and interference are concerned. Professional Sound Eualization MCACC Pro analyses the sounds from your loudspeakers via an accompanying microphone and adapts the volume and distance to create a completely harmonious surround sound experience. At the same time, a precisely working equalizer compensates for any disruptive influences on the room acoustics. MCACC is fully compatible with all sound formats, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. It Sounds Better To fully exhaust the capacity of the exceptional SABRE D/A converter, the audio scaler calculates the projection for digital signals at the maximum resolution of 32 bit and a sampling rate of 192 kHz. Thanks to sophisticated scaling algorithms, the signal-to-noise ratio not only benefits from this, the transparency and amplitude of the sound are also increased. High Resolution Sound - On Multiple Channel too! Experience audiophile sounds in full Sound Master resolution, with HighRes downloads of your favourite albums in WAV, ALAC, FLAC and AIFF formats as well as in DSD. For the ultimate realism there is HiRes audio, now also with multiple channels in WAV and FLAC formats. High Quality Sound from the Top Drawer The quality of the sound tuning from the famous AIR Studios is recognized as the absolute standard in the hi-fi world. Together with engineers from AIR Studios, we have tuned this amplifier at great expense to such an extent that it can reproduce audio signals as clear and precise as the original recordings. Direct Energy HD Amplifiers Thanks to a meticulous overhaul of all its components and uncompromising performance optimization, the Direct Energy HD amplifiers now deliver an even fuller, more powerful sound with impressive output power on all channels, even during simultaneous operation. Easy to Setup and Complete Control The “Start-up Navi” app supports you when you are setting up your AV receiver. The integrated assistant creates all of the important settings for you, including the network settings. With the “iControlAV5” app you can subsequently control all of the important functions conveniently via your Smartphone or Tablet (iOS /Android). TOP-CLASS MULTI-CHANNEL SOUND REDEFINED Key Features Bluetooth® Wi-Fi Dolby Atmos 7+1 x HDMI HDCP 2.2 Class D Amplification Built-in Wireless LAN Built-in Bluetooth MCACC Pro with full band phase control DSD, WAV/FLAC, Hi-res file playback DLNA 1.5 Windows 8.1 Certified Hi-bit 32 audio processing BDP Link Learning Mode Zone 2 preout AirPlay 4K 60Hz pass through Pictures: Pictures Coming Tonight
  25. Item: Denon AVR-4520 9.2 Network Multi-zone Home Theatre Receiver Location: Melbourne, 3064 Price: SOLD Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer needed. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Comes with remote, quick start manual, and audyssey setup mic. I have suitable packaging and can post. PM me if you would like a quote or if you have any other queries. From the Denon website: The new leader of the Denon AVR range comes with 190 W x 9 channel power amplifier and an 11.2 channel processing capability with DSX and dts NeoX. The full network functionality including a 4 port hub gives access to unlimited digital content. The DLNA1.5 certified receiver supports AirPlay as well as last.fm and Spotify. The ability for 4k video processing and the triple HDMI outputs goes in line with high quality i/p scaling. The unique Denon Link HD function, guaranteeing the ultimate in entertainment pleasure works in combination with AL32 Processing Multi Channel and DDSC-HD32 for higher resolution audio playback. The new Denon Link HD digital transmission (in combination with DBT-3313UD) dramatically improves sound quality by reducing Jitter to a minimum. All sums up to the most comprehensive AVR experience we have to offer. All is safely protected by a nicely design solid aluminum front panel with trap door hiding additional connectors and control buttons. Pictures:
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