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    • Item: Arcam FMJ AV9 + Arcam FMJ P7 Location: Sydney Item condition: 8 / 10  Price:  2.5k + Postage [includes 100$ donation to SNA] (Negotiable), will not consider selling items separately. Reason for selling: Upgraded to Cary Cinema 12 + Parasound A51. Saving up to upgrade two channel setup. Payment Methods: Pickup - cash, Paypal  Extra Info:  Both the Units are in great condition, Non-smoking No pet environment. I have had the amplifier recently serviced by Trevor.  The Pre-Pro is one of the best sounding units from Arcam and anyone with a could just use this to connect their BDP on to it and the power amp and will have an awesome 7.1 setup or a 5.1 setup with the fronts Bi-Amped. The Pre-pro only does HDMI switching. The amplifier has provisions for Bi-Amping. If I get the asking price will throw in an Isotek Power cable for the Power amp and a C-Link multichannel cable to connect the Pre-Pro to the Poweramp.  Would really prefer for this to be picked up since the amplifier itself weight about 25kgs. I could deliver it anywhere in Sydney.  Have all the boxes so shipping would not be an issue.
      Online Specs  Arcam AV9 THX Ultra 2 + 5 HDMI inputs to 1 HDMI output digital video switch Lucas Film THX Ultra 2 specified THX Surround EX 7.1 channels Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, DTS, DTS ES, DTS 6.1 discrete, DTS NEO, DTS 6.1 DVD-A / SACD multichannel 8-way input Zone 2 Audio and Video, with independent On-Screen Display 3 Component inputs with On-Screen Display (Up to 1080P HDTV without OSD) Lip Sync delay up to 200ms for de-interlacer / frame scaler Software upgradeable via RS232 interface Acousteel damping, constrained layer case construction ½ dB speaker trims and 10cm / 4 inch delay settings for a more accurate sound stage - See more at: http://www.arcam.co.uk/advice-and-support/discontinued-products/AV9AVProcessor#sthash.SRPxJBNQ.dpuf Audio inputs and outputs 2-8x analog stereo inputs 8x channel DVD-A / SACD input Headphones output for main or zone 2 8x channel main output + 3 sub outputs 7x digital inputs, re-assignable 5x coaxial, 2x optical 1x digital output, coaxial Optional MM,MC phono stage Video inputs and outputs 5 HDMI 1080P compatible inputs to 1 HDMI output. Will pass all audio and video HDMI standards 1x HDMI video output 5x Composite inputs 4x Composite outputs (2x monitor, 1x Zone 2 composite output, 1x VCR composite output) 5x S-video inputs (2x S-video output, 1x monitor, 1x S-Video VCR composite output) 3x Component inputs, HDTV / progressive scan compatible 1x Component output, HDTV / progressive scan compatible   FMJ P7 7-channel, THX Ultra2 power amplifier  Inputs: 7 RCA (single-ended)  Outputs: 7 RCA (pass-through), 7 pairs 5-way binding posts  Output: 150Wpc @ 8ohms, 230Wpc @ 4ohms (20Hz–20kHz)  Peak output current: >22 amps per channel  THD: typically, <0.005% @ 1kHz; <0.05%, 20Hz–20kHz @ any level up to rated power into 4ohms or 8ohms  Frequency response: 20Hz–20kHz, +/-0.2dB; –1dB @ 1Hz, 100kHz  Residual hum & noise: typically –112dB ref. full power  Voltage gain: x28.3 (1V input gives 100W output into 8ohms)  Input impedance: 22kohms in parallel with 470pF  Output impedance: 50milliohms @ 20Hz, 1kHz; 120milliohms @ 20kHz  Power requirements: 115V or 230V AC, 50/60Hz, 3kW maximum via heavy-duty IEC mains inlet; soft-start system eliminates large currents at turn-on  Dimensions: 17" x 7.1" x 18.1" (WxHxD)  Pictures: Attached Images
    • Thanks Matt great news never saw that article    cheers laurie
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    • IviewHD, I think you may have encouraged a pro-LCD defence with the following post of yours (maroon font added by me):      The question on how bad LCDs might be for motion blur was raised by me in response to mello's comment  "I'm a sportswatcher and OLED is piss poor on that front ;-) ". I interpreted that comment to be a reference to limited motion resolution. I was trying to establish just how important an issue motion resolution has in practice been for posters here. The reference point for that is what we have seen from sample and hold displays in the past. It hasn't been an issue for me but I was providing an opportunity for others to explain how it may have been an issue for them. Motion resolution is a performance metric some people have been seriously querying in relation to OLED.