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  #825183 25-May-2013 12:42
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danielfaulknor:
CYaBro: How many wrt54gl's have you got and how much you want for them?

6 - 10. Would need to count.
Not sure if I have that many power supplies.
$200 for the lot.


will you sell these individually or only as a bulk lot? :)




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  #825185 25-May-2013 12:43
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danielfaulknor:
lchiu7: Is the 4 port KVM USB or PS2 for the keyboard/mouse?

Is it direct select for each input or do you have to cycle through them?

 

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PS2. Direct select
Thanks but need usb




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  #825195 25-May-2013 13:07
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nathan:
danielfaulknor:
CYaBro: How many wrt54gl's have you got and how much you want for them?

6 - 10. Would need to count.
Not sure if I have that many power supplies.
$200 for the lot.


will you sell these individually or only as a bulk lot? :)


Can do individually but you'll be paying more ;)




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  #825226 25-May-2013 14:52
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What's the model # of the cisco switch?

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  #825232 25-May-2013 15:13
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Jemahl: What's the model # of the cisco switch?


2950




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  #825303 25-May-2013 19:15
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Can I get some more info on this 12 input mixer?

Also XLR cables, what length do you have?

And more info on the VGA over cat 5 too please.




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  #825325 25-May-2013 19:57
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500GB SATA (desktop and laptop)

^What model number is this, and price? I'm assuming its a 2.5" notebook hard drive, need one to replace my whining hitachi 640gb >_<
edit: and age/how much use etc would be nice too.

Also i wouldn't mind playing around with the RB450G but its probably more than i'd want to pay.

 
 
 
 


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  #825365 25-May-2013 20:54
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richms: Can I get some more info on this 12 input mixer?

Also XLR cables, what length do you have?

And more info on the VGA over cat 5 too please.


The VGA over Cat5 is http://jaycar.co.nz/productView.asp?ID=AC1671&keywords=vga+cat5&form=KEYWORD

XLR cables, all under 5m

The mixer is this: http://forum.musicradar.com/showthread.php?96737-Studiomaster-Club-2000-142-Mixer-14-Channel-10-x-XLR-SOLD-PENDING




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  #825368 25-May-2013 20:57
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eXDee: 500GB SATA (desktop and laptop)

^What model number is this, and price? I'm assuming its a 2.5" notebook hard drive, need one to replace my whining hitachi 640gb >_<
edit: and age/how much use etc would be nice too.

Also i wouldn't mind playing around with the RB450G but its probably more than i'd want to pay.


RB450G is $125 including a power supply

Two 500GB laptop drives.
Hitachi apple laptop drive. From mid 2011 MBP, replaced start of this year with a SSD. $50
Seagate Momentus 5400.6 - year old, from an external HDD. $60




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  #825370 25-May-2013 21:03
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Ah, at $20 more for a brand new one, i might pass on the HDD. Cheers anyway.

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  #825455 26-May-2013 09:57
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eXDee: Ah, at $20 more for a brand new one, i might pass on the HDD. Cheers anyway.


Hmm at that cheap it's probably better for me to keep them!




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  #825553 26-May-2013 14:19
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How much for the 12 channel mixer ?

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  #825555 26-May-2013 14:24
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AnAgileBeast: How much for the 12 channel mixer ?

$125




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  #825881 27-May-2013 10:39
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Just updated the intial post with some prices




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  #826355 27-May-2013 15:18
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Can you please check again and tell me how many WRT54GL's you have with power supplies and how much you want for them?

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