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Ultimate Geek

# 253094 25-Jul-2019 14:58
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Bought these ex-demo in January and selling as I have upgraded to a 3.0 Emotiva setup.


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I have been running these bi-amped for the past 6 months in 2.0. Living in a paper-wall house in a suburban street with a anxiety-riddled cat and cat-like hearing wife, they have never been thrashed under my ownership. Has some small dents in some of the driver covers, which I have included a photo of the worst of these. You really need to be looking to see them though. All other parts appear to be in excellent condition.


These have a really strong phantom center, great soundstage, and surprisingly strong bass even without a subwoofer (although they would be even more ). Great for both music and home theater. Could be paired with a Q650c or single Q150/350 center and Q150/350 surrounds to provide a great 5.0/7.0 etc system. Don't need a heck of a lot of power either.


They came with no stands, so have custom made some stands from a couple of pieces of plate steel and adjustable furniture mounts. These are perfect for wood floors and allow adjustment for leveling, but could easily be replaced with floor spikes for carpeted floors. I like the uhhhh..... "industrial" look of them, but with a bit of polish they could be tidied up to look like a high quality "audiophile" product.


Looking for $650 here before they get TradeMe tax. Prefer pickup in Palmerston North but can look at shipping at buyers cost. Happy to demo them by arrangement.

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Ultimate Geek

  # 2292905 9-Aug-2019 13:44
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Still for sale, now on TradeMe but will do $650 + shipping here as long as the reserve isn't met.

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  # 2302322 20-Aug-2019 11:49
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  # 2303291 21-Aug-2019 19:30
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And itsa gone

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