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Zu Audio speaker cables and RCA's - SOLD

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I have some Zu Audio cables that have worn out their welcome... actually just collecting dust. They are from Zu's "Mission" series and were reviewed in "Positive Feedback" issue #55. I had some Zu Omen Defs for a while and picked them up then.

 

2 - 4 meter speaker cables terminated with spades on one end and locking banana plugs on the other.

1 - 2 meter speaker cable terminated as above.

2 - 1 meter RCA patch cords.

 

Zu retails these at over $1k for the above and no I did not pay that! I would love to get $100 for the bunch + actual shipping

 

Trouble posting pics because of file size, work in progress...

 

Thanks

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story of my life

 

no biggie the way A1 flips gear I am sure they will be posted here again

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story of my life

 

no biggie the way A1 flips gear I am sure they will be posted here again

Do I hear 400.00  ?  :)

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story of my life

 

no biggie the way A1 flips gear I am sure they will be posted here again

Do I hear 400.00  ?  :)

 

i plea the 5th,  will await the inevitable  :)

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Trouble posting pics because of file size, work in progress...

 

For Windows 7, right click on the file, then choose "Open With"

 

Choose Microsoft Office Picture Manager.  I think that is a stock Windows app, but I'm not sure.

 

Under the Menu choose Picture > Compress Picture > click the radio button for Documents.  I rename my files to keep the original and a smaller copy.

 

It will shrink the document to about 170 kb and keep most of the hi resolution of the pic. 

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Trouble posting pics because of file size, work in progress...

 

For Windows 7, right click on the file, then choose "Open With"

 

Choose Microsoft Office Picture Manager.  I think that is a stock Windows app, but I'm not sure.

 

Under the Menu choose Picture > Compress Picture > click the radio button for Documents.  I rename my files to keep the original and a smaller copy.

 

It will shrink the document to about 170 kb and keep most of the hi resolution of the pic. 

 

Not a standard windows option , some of the older office programs used this think last was 2010  you can download

http://imageresizer.codeplex.com/releases/view/82827

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