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Old 5th February 2007, 03:57 AM   #1
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Default Spasticteapot's totally random F/S/T thread.

Well, here's the stuff I need to get rid of. Everything is OBO, and, of course, for trade.

What I've got for sale:

Networking:

I have four APC 802.11b extra-small portable-size wireless routers. These are dandy for use in hotel rooms - just plug 'em into th ethernet jack. They're 100% NIB, too. $30 each, 2/$50.

I also have multiple brand-new 802.11b Linksys WUSB11 wireless adapters. Range is only a shade worse than my Orinoco Gold USB card, and they can be hacked for an external antenna if you really want to. This is the WUSB11 v4 - it works perfectly with Windows, but unlike every other version of the WUSB line, it won't work with Linux (except if you're using NDISwrapper and the KDE Wifi-manager program.)

$15 each, 2/$25.

I have a 7dbi 2.4ghz (802.11x) wifi antenna, too. It's a generic brand antenna, but from experience with another one of these, I can say they're not bad at all, and will give a nice boost in range to your wireless router or wireless card.

$20.

Computer Hardware:

I have a PC with the following specs:
-1.8ghz P4
-512mb RAM
-40GB Seagate HDD
-48x CDRW drive
-16x CD-ROM drive
-Dual-head Quadro4 28 video card for DUAL MONITORS!

This spiffy - albiet old-school - workstation will set you back only $250. Should work 100% under Linux - IIRC, the Quadro series works pretty well under Xinerama. Of course, you can use Windows if you want.

Assorted 256mb and 128mb sticks of PC133 and PC100 SDRAM. 256mb sticks are $25 each or 2/$45, 128mb sticks $10 or 4/$30.

I have a Sony 52x CD burner - brand new! Only removed from packaging once to see if it works. The original packaging was torn up due to massive stupidity, but it still has that "New-CDROM" drive smell. It's also a bit shorter than my other CD burner - should work great in a SFF case. $20.

What I want:


-Bohlender-Graebner ribbons
-Dayton RS180's or similar.
-Monsoon planar panels
-Seas Excels/Nextels/Hexcels/Whatever-the-Cels.
-Any good midwoofers or tweeters you can think of.
-Assorted cheap speaker bits.
-Anything I did'nt add above.
-A circle cutting jig for a router.
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Old 5th February 2007, 07:10 PM   #2
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I have a pair of ribbons from an Apogee Duetta 2 salvaged from a OOPS accident. Any interest? Too heavy to ship but I'm in Milwaukee. They are about 50 pounds each with intact ribbons and magnets.
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I have a pair of ribbons from an Apogee Duetta 2 salvaged from a OOPS accident. Any interest? Too heavy to ship but I'm in Milwaukee. They are about 50 pounds each with intact ribbons and magnets.

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I have a pair of 5" midwoofers that I don't want. You can have them for free if you're willing to pay shipping. I also have a pair of 8" subwoofers that I am throwing away. I would love to see them put to good use.
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cotdt,

Where did your email button go?

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Old 7th February 2007, 07:34 PM   #6
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