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Master Geek
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Topic # 247917 2-Mar-2019 18:14
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Only 3 months old, bought new from PeanutButterTech in late December last year, and only selling as I have picked up a set of Kef tower speakers for a good price and don't have the room for these.

 

https://www.infinityspeakers.com/R162BK.html

 

Bloody good speakers for the price for music or home theater. Comes with manual and speaker grills.

 

After $220, plus shipping or pickup/dropoff in Palmerston North area.

 

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2196401 12-Mar-2019 10:17
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Now on TradeMe

 

GZ members can have for $200 as long as reserve hasn't been met.


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  Reply # 2196439 12-Mar-2019 11:06
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I just bought a pair from PB last week - wish I'd seen your post!

 

Can confirm these are great and, as far as I can tell, by far the best deal in new bookshelf speakers in NZ. The speakers that they're compared to (often favourably) like the Kef Q150, Polk S15 and Elac B6.2 sell for $500+ here.

 

Straight out of the receiver the bass is present but respectful. However they respond magnificently to any kind of bass enhancement, and with my Onkyo's 'phase-matching bass' setting enabled they provide enough low-end to be used as the front speakers in my living room without a subwoofer.

 

Good luck with the sale.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2196514 12-Mar-2019 13:36
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allio:

 

I just bought a pair from PB last week - wish I'd seen your post!

 

Can confirm these are great and, as far as I can tell, by far the best deal in new bookshelf speakers in NZ. The speakers that they're compared to (often favourably) like the Kef Q150, Polk S15 and Elac B6.2 sell for $500+ here.

 

Straight out of the receiver the bass is present but respectful. However they respond magnificently to any kind of bass enhancement, and with my Onkyo's 'phase-matching bass' setting enabled they provide enough low-end to be used as the front speakers in my living room without a subwoofer.

 

Good luck with the sale.

 

 

Thanks, I did see your post, but I was a little too late unfortunately. Great to hear that you are enjoying yours; I would keep mine for a second system, but no room unfortunately.

 

Definitely punch well above their price tag!




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2197133 13-Mar-2019 10:58
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Sold, pending cash 'n carry




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  Reply # 2197705 14-Mar-2019 09:12
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Sold, thank you kindly @Ge0rge. Hope you enjoy the new speakers!


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