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    Trent's Garage Sale - lots of Hi-Fi speakers and Cycling shoes + Snowboard.

    1. B&W VM-1 speakers with bookshelf stands.
    Great sounding modern looking stereo pair, can be shelf mounted vertically, or horizontally (would make a fine centre speaker) or either side of a TV
    I had them powered by my old TV and they made the sound from that a million times better.

    $100 ono.







    2. Rogers DB101.
    2 different finishes just to be cool. Designed by Peter Stevens - who also designed a little car called the McLaren F1.
    Made in the UK, nice balanced sound, had them as my PC speakers for a few years.
    $100 ono.






    3. NAD 801.
    My garage speakers, back laminate is peeling a little, otherwise decent very small bookshelf speakers.
    $40 ono.





    4. Boston Acoustics Soundware XS 5.1 speaker system. Brand new in box.
    Amazing little speakers, and a kick ass powered sub.
    I had the bigger version of these running in a big room and they were very very impressive. Box is a little rough, but minty goodness inside.
    Comes with all mounts, can be wall or corner mounted.
    $450 ono.






    5. Sonance Cinema LCR1.
    Epic in wall speakers.
    These are true high end in walls. With white wall panels.
    Piano black finish otherwise, epic carbon fibre drivers, 3 way system, midrange has a tweeter in the middle of it, rrp is something like $2000.
    They are designed to be in a home theatre so need a sub, but crank out serious volume. Heavy as, so won't ship.
    $450 ono.







    6. Energy XL-C100.
    Canadian Made centre speaker. Sounds great, solidly built, with a big wall mount clamp that can be removed.
    I have the L+R version as my PC speakers now and don't need the centre.
    $120 ono.






    All stuff is ready to be picked up at 2113 or 2198.
    Can post the box or smaller kit at buyers cost.

    Cycling shoes.

    1. Crono. Italian made carbon shoes size 45.
    Super light weight, stiff as, don't quite fit me perfectly.
    Used maybe 5 times.
    SOLD





    2. Vittoria Icon.
    Brand new in box, never used. size 40.5
    Heat moldable inserts, made in italy, with bonus bag inside box. RRP is something like $400.
    $120 ono.






    3. Vittoria V-Spirit Evo
    Size 44.
    Has evo in the name so has to be good.
    Didn't quite fit me again, used them twice.
    One of the boa style dials is a little lose and won't tighten super tight, but tight enough.
    SOLD.






    Snowboard.
    APO (French Brand) Seed.
    160cm. K2 bindings.
    Had some hard yards, but still rides very well. Cheaper than renting.
    $50.





    Last edited by trent from punchy; 09-01-18 at 10:39 AM.
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    Interested in the V spirit evos. Normally take a 44 in ASICS runners, are they a normal 44 or as I have tried on a couple of different shoes a smaller 44.

    Edit, scratch that, Iím a 45 in ASICS, so I guess the Cronos would be better.
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    Not sure how Asics fit, but I'm US11 in Nikes (nearly always perfect) and the Cronos are a touch large.
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    So what is the difference between the fit on the Evos and cronos
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    Cronos are a bit too wide for me (length is perfect) and I cant get them tight enough.
    Evos are tight enough, but a bit short.
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    How much do you think for postage as I might take a punt. Getting back into cycling is bloody expensive when you start adding everything up. Especially insurance cover.
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    I haven't bought a pair of cycling shoes for over a month now, so I should probably come and have a look at your size 44 Evos.


    I work in 2113 Macquarie Park, so if we could meet up I could try them on (clean socks!) and maybe do a deal.

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    Cheers. Good to catch up and the shoes seem great.

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