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AV Items: For sale / Re: FS: NAD 304 Integrated Amplifier
« Last post by Jazach on Today at 12:00:42 AM »
second in line please :thumbs:
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General Discussion / Re: Vivere DAC Drivers
« Last post by scrarfussi on Yesterday at 11:54:46 PM »
Responded
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General Discussion / Re: Munich show Audioquest full presentation
« Last post by scrarfussi on Yesterday at 11:54:06 PM »
I Can hear the difference
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Why just because its not pretty inside ?
It looks like a beast

The   Speaker terminals are straight on to the board  well from the pic it would be hard to tell how thick the supply wires are .
Personally i think its a beauty

If i could afford it id want one
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Open Talk / Re: Cash Converters
« Last post by Katji on Yesterday at 11:49:47 PM »
Kensington lock not much good. 

Ex-security, how unusual.

Maybe he is the pastor.

CCTV. often quite useful.
A networks/support technicican at work stole a laptop...3 cameras got him.  Maybe he forgot about them. Altho how, I don't know, when you see them every day.
CCTV cams in the building where I'm staying now, in the foyers and the lifts. So many people aren't aware of them.

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General Discussion / It is a sin how people get caught by stuff like this.
« Last post by JANNAS on Yesterday at 11:34:56 PM »
https://audiorevelation.com/products/constellation-audio-centaur-ii-amplifier/
This amp looks good from the outside, but the inside is horrendous,spider web stuff and supply wires that looks much too thin to accomplish the output power that is claimed. But then you get  it with a nice sounding output, as they claim, not a straight conversion from the original signal. Plenty will still fall for stuff like this, I'll die if I have to build a diy job that looks like this for the same money !!
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General Discussion / What do we want from our system?
« Last post by GvR on Yesterday at 11:17:03 PM »
He makes some good points
https://youtu.be/kBvgMC8jecQ
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DIY Marketplace / Re: LF: Solid Core Wire
« Last post by DC on Yesterday at 11:12:58 PM »
Communica in Midrand sells various thickness single core wire. From about .5 mm to just over 1.0mm and with different colours too.

Great, thanks.
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DIY Marketplace / Re: LF: Solid Core Wire
« Last post by DC on Yesterday at 11:12:21 PM »
Sorry for the side track but why specifically solid core wire?

Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk

Replacing the internal cabinet wiring which is solid core. Just keeping it the same.
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Like I said.

The opportunity for the upgrade is just too good to pass up.

Will be quite an upgrade.
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