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Aussie Hi Fi has been trading for well over 10 years in quality audio visual products. The company that owns Aussie hi fi also has a boutique audio store in Brisbane called The Audio Tailor where pick ups can be arranged.

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Feedback from the last 12 months
  • ***********Electronic Transaction, Great Ebayer, Recommended**********
    05 Aug, 2013
  • Thank you for an easy, pleasant transaction. Excellent buyer. A++++++.
    14 Oct, 2012
  • Prompt email reply and extremely fast payment. The Best! Thanks!!
    14 Sep, 2012
  • Quick response and fast payment. Perfect! THANKS!!
    01 Aug, 2012
  • Excellent ebay seller. Totally satisfied with purchase. Thank you. A++++++
    29 Mar, 2012
| | Member since: 03 Mar, 2004 | Australia

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  • 16
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    What subwoofer will work best for me?

    What subwoofer will work best for me? Typically, you match the size of the sub to the size of your room, As a rule of thumb, if your room is around 4mtr x 5mtr or larger, a 12” subwoofer is the better...

  • 55
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    LCD versus Plasma what is better for your choice?

    The most common question asked in our store by customers is LCD or Plasma which is better? 12 to 18 months ago well over 85% of the flat screens we sold were plasma and that was because at that stage plasma...

  • 17
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    HDMI what you need to know ver1.1, ver1.2, ver 1.3,

    Confusion reigns supreme with consumers on exactly what they require with HDMI cabling and switching making it difficult for many to really know whats fact from fiction. Here are a few points regarding...

  • 11
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    maximize your home theatre performance

    There are currently vast ranges of products designed to improve your home entertainment systems performance, but how do you know what is the best for you and how to get it set up properly. There is a good...