Selling two items as I will be shifting houses soon.
Location - Mumbai. Pick-up only
1. Sound Foundations Nexus speaker stands
Bought these from forum member magma, who manufactures these in Mumbai. In great condition and has been a brilliant part of my audio setup. Used these for my KEF Q300 bookshelf speakers and there was a marked improvement in sound after I started using these instead of placing the speakers on a cabinet.
- Matt black, powder coated finish (fine texture)
- Primary column acoustically damped with sand: 2 mm thick steel column, dia 65mm with welded open top construction
- Secondary column for wire management
- 6 mm base plate with adjustable spikes
- 5 mm thick top plate
- height: 24.5"
- weight: 22 kg, can accomodate speaker of 20 kg
- Great condition
Cost me 7200 7 years ago.
Asking Rs. 4500
2. Custom made media cabinet
Designed this myself and got it made by a carpenter a few years back. Very high quality materials used to build it. Designed keeping in mind HT requirements and it looks very nice in a living room/den/media room.
- White PU finish
- Solid wood + ply construction (no MDF)
- Dimensions: W: 54.5" H: 18.5" D: 23"
- Custom design to accomodate various home theater source systems and receivers/amps
- Adjustable shelves
- Concealed wheels to pull the cabinet forward (very important during setup, adding systems, cables etc.)
- Openings in rear to let out heat and run wires
- Very spacious (I currently have an AVR, Blueray player, AC Ryan media player, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Tata Sky HD+ and 3 hard disk drives, along with a spike strip)
- Depth is perfect for larger appliances like AVRs (off the shelf cabinets are less deep)
- Tinted glass doors with magnetic locks (push to open)
- Overall in good condition with minor wear and tear of paint
- 7 years old
Asking: Rs. 5000
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