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    • * Any news when the 7011 is available locally? * Any opinions on how the audio quality compares to my ancient Denon 3808? I love the old Denon. Only reason I am buying is for UHD/HDR support, I would hate to sacrifice overall audio quality in the 'upgrade'
    • Hi, I've contacted Satking, but wanted to ask opinions here. I'm buy a new caravan, it comes with this antenna: http://www.satking.com.au/terrestrial-tv/tv-antenna/caravan-tv-antenna-sk-370 Specs: Directional VHF/UHF antenna Built in amplifier Gain VHF-27 dB and UHF-35 dB Pole and roof mountable kit Power injector with gain control   It has the same wings as Winegard & Signal Commander types, but is non-rotatable. To me this seems wrong as I would have thought the wings should be at right-angles to the signal (as with a normal house antenna), otherwise what use are they? Wing elements this size would only be for lower frequencies (VHF) anyway wouldn't they? It's omi-directional, but doesn't mention whether it's suitable for vertically polarised signals. Not very high either! The two I mentioned wind up to a further 1.2m.   What do you think? I've searched my fav. 'van site, but can't find anybody that has one, only finding sat. stuff. Thanks, dRdoS7
    • Wont be long before there is a good choice between epson; jvc or something with the TI 4k chip to choose from indeed Peter
    • For sale is a "Mint Condition" QSC RMX 1850HD Professional Power Amplifier. You will not be disappointed with this excellent power amplifier, i was using it to power the fronts in my home theater but have switched to active speakers so i don't need it anymore. Its a great amp for either front speaker use and especially passive sub woofers. In excellent cosmetic condition as you can see in the photos, no marks or scratches on it.
        FEATURES Delivers 360W per channel into 8 ohms 600W into 4 ohms 900W into 2 ohms 1,800W into 4 ohms bridged High-current toroidal transformers Independent user-defeatable clip limiters Selectable low-frequency filters (30Hz or 50Hz) Front-mounted gain controls Signal and clip LED indicators Balanced 1/4" TRS, XLR, and barrier strip inputs Binding post and Neutrik Speakon output Independent DC and thermal overload protection on each channel Price : $950   Thanks..