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HiFi Audio Equipment Sale forum / FS: RPG Diffractal (Fractal QRD Diffuser)
« Last post by sydney1128 on September 20, 2017, 06:42:30 PM »
Selling away this walnut colour RPG diffractal away for just $130.
Very good placing in the middle of your setup for imaging and vocal.
Please take note there are some scratch marks on the surface.
Giving away the base support too so you can rise it up.
Interested please contact me at 9.3.Eight.0.0.One.4.4.
Thank you.





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HifiCafe.SG Lounge / Re: Work/Computer/Hifi Chair
« Last post by jb on September 19, 2017, 10:01:17 AM »
No sure about the Mongblan chair, but I just ordered a Secretlab Omega gaming and office chair. Price is about $100 more expensive but it look like will provide better support for the back.

https://sg.secretlab.co/products/omega
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HiFi Audio Equipment Discussion / Re: upgrade of wall plug
« Last post by jb on September 18, 2017, 10:47:11 PM »
Finally bought the  Furutech GTX-D NCF(R)  to replace the SINW wall outlet.... will report back how the Furutech as compare to SINE after install and listen. Buy from Japan Amazon will get the cheapest price.

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HiFi Audio Equipment Sale forum / FS: Magnum Dynalab FT101A Etude analog FM tuner
« Last post by jb on September 18, 2017, 10:12:05 PM »
magnum Dynalab FT101A FM tuner for sale $800, sms 97852192 if interested.

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Hard to come by, very good conditions and fully refurbished from Stealth Audio factory earlier this year with all new silver spade and constructions.
Extremely good quality cable that received a lot of positive reviews worldwide which you can easily find them online.
This former flagship of Stealth Audio consisting pure silver and copper strands.
http://www.stealthaudiocables.com/products/hybrid_mlt.htm
Cost over S$6k when new, now letting go at just $SOLD.

Open to trade with other equipment or cables of yours.
Thank you.





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Selling a very good condition Bybee Technology Crystal Series power cord 1.8m for $SOLD, brand new was around $2400.

If you have other silver power cord to trade, let me know.
Thank you.


From Bybee website:
"This power cord produces a holographic sound effect unlike any other on the market. 
It delivers a perfect tonal balance from top to bottom, and a larger, more focused soundstage.
Details and harmonics are present at an extraordinary level, absent any harshness. 
Accompanied with a deeper, tighter bass, these power cords are guaranteed to please even the most demanding of listeners.




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Audio CD/SACD/LP / Re: Online CD/SACD/LP Stores
« Last post by jb on August 20, 2017, 05:51:20 PM »
http://www.elusivedisc.com/default.asp

a very good site to find those elusive disc that you try to look for...
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HiFi Audio Equipment Discussion / Re: KLAV show 2017
« Last post by sumotan on August 11, 2017, 09:37:43 PM »
Interesting poster from ASI speakers
Made In French
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HiFi Audio Equipment Discussion / Re: Recommendations for wireless speaker setup
« Last post by sydney1128 on August 07, 2017, 12:28:44 PM »
Hey brother Zaid,

Glad to hear from you again!

Ok, regarding your latest requirement, may I suggest something else?

1. Since the speaker is over 40-50m away from your source/amp, and it is going to be outdoor. Please consider those active PA speaker because they are more robust. Also with active speaker, you no need to worry which huge power AVR you need too because the further the speakers are, signal will drop too. Unless there are no power point at where you going to mount the speakers then no choice but to get passive speakers.
Check this link for the price and models for some ideas and consideration https://www.gearank.com/guides/powered-pa-speakers

2. Instead of a domestic AVR, please seriously consider a pro audio industry mixer, maybe one with at least 10 mono tracks to meet your need of 9 channels. But if you need 9 stereo channels, then you will need a 20-24 channels mixer. Bare in mind some are stereo channels. So find out how many mono or stereo tracks you need. By having pro audio mixer, you can connect any equipments, source and microphone onto it. And best of all each tracks has a gain & volume control for you to set. It is easy to use too once you set up.
If source from computer, then just output from the laptop analogue headphone port or use USB output to a mixer that has USB input. In this case, you can set your volume from computer, mixer or even at active speaker. You can blast the entire industrial park liao  :P
Check this out for some ideas http://www.wirerealm.com/guides/top-10-best-audio-mixers

3. Speaker cable just use Belden enough. Cheap and good.

All and all probably cost less than $2k if you buy brand new. And likely less than $1k if you buy used  ;)

Do not hesitate to ask if you have other queries.
Keep us update.
Cheers!
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HiFi Audio Equipment Discussion / Re: Recommendations for wireless speaker setup
« Last post by Zaid on August 06, 2017, 05:08:23 PM »
Hey guys! Its been so long since I posted here. Thanks for all your recommendations and advise above but I'm sorry to say that I've decided to ditch the wireless speaker setup.

I agree with @Wizardofoz, I don't think I want to keep facing wireless issues especially when the facility is crowded  :-\

My worry now is, now that I'm going with a wired setup, what kind of receiver do I need? Assuming I'm getting a 6ohm monitor speaker with potentially 40-50m cable run for the farthest speaker. Most of the mid-range speakers I see are 6ohms.

What I need is that music are playable without having to max out the receiver to achieve an audible volume. Music source is a laptop, using internet radio or spotify.

Source:
- Laptop using internet radio or spotify
- Don't need Hi-Res music

What I need:
- 9 channels
- Audible volume without having to max the receiver
- Weatherproof/Outdoor speakers due to dusty environment
- Preferably passive speakers (less worry for already long wires)
*Bonus, Not a full sized receiver, which I understand might be too much to ask for.
*Another bonus. Individual volume knob for each channel. So that other colleagues of mine can easily operate the receiver. Something like this


What I'm most likely considering:
- Belden cables recommended by @sydney

Help guys!!  :-[

Thanks in advanced!  :D
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