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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 24,857
    edited June 2019
    as seen on teh interwebz (via my hifi friend Alan)...

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  • WillowWillow Posts: 9,983
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    2Ch- B&W 703, SVS PB10 NSD, Marantz NR1607, Parasound 1500a, Pro-Ject Debut Carbon (Yellow) with Acrylic platter, Pro-Ject phono pre, MIT AVT 2 speaker cables, MIT AVT 1 and AVT 2 ICs, XLO Jumpers, Signal Dig Coax, Signal Cable Magic Power Cables x3, Samsung 55JS7000, Harmony 1100, Sony BDP-S6200, Marantz DV-4200 (as Transport), Cambridge Audio DAC Magic100, Monster 3600MKII, Android Mi Box3 and Apple TV. - Pool /Gazebo Yamaha RX-A1010, Polk Patio 25x4, Rotel RDV 1045 (as CDP) MIT AVT3 ICs - Work - Spotify Premium or Neutron App to my FiiO Kunlun into my Grado SR125e

  • CGTIIICGTIII Posts: 672
    They're *best* when fried!
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    Expect that there will be bumps in the road. Choose to not let them rattle you.

    Lovin' my salvaged 10As! Assist to @lawdogg.
    Polk - SDA-2Bs, 11TLs, (4) M7s, RTi4s, RT35is, RTi28s, RT3s, S4s, M3s, various centers.
    Boston - S8, S6s, S4s.
    M&K V4, M&K VX-7B, JBL SUB150P, Jamo Sub 250, Realistic T1000s, and others.
    ​Thompson Adventures, Inc.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 24,857
    to paraphrase Roy Blount, Jr.
    I prefer my capacitators fried
    Then I know my capacitators' died

    B)
  • steveinazsteveinaz Posts: 19,321
    mid 1970's to mid 1980's = Dark ages of American automobiles. Remember the 4-banger Mustang? Ouch.
    Source: Bluesound Node 2i - Preamp/DAC: Benchmark DAC2 DX - Amplifier: Parasound Halo A21 - Speakers: PSB Imagine T2
  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 3,835
    steveinaz wrote: »
    mid 1970's to mid 1980's = Dark ages of American automobiles. Remember the 4-banger Mustang? Ouch.

    They're still making them...
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    edited June 2019

    I got a glimpse of one of them a minute ago. It was watching a squirrel come for a peanut. ;)
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    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    edited June 2019
    doubled post.. :s
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    edited June 2019
    Found out a few minutes ago from the wife, we have a Mocking Bird pair in the front Jasmine vine. Now I've read Mocking Birds and Blue Birds DO NOT GET ALONG, so it's going to be interesting to see if they fight around the birdbath water. We had a Mocking bird Pr. in the neighbor's bush in front of their house close to our house for months. We also noticed a nest under our mail box. We haven't seen it but our neighbor has. We think it's a House Wren. It some how thinks a snake skin in the front will be a deterrent toward others. :D

    We also have Downy Woodpeckers all day long this spring. My wife saw a baby one wanting it's parent to feed it still. Rapid flapping is a sure give away of a baby wanting food. :D Keeping Suet in this feeder sure draws the Wrens, Nuthatches and Downy woodpeckers all day long. ;)
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    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • CGTIIICGTIII Posts: 672
    steveinaz wrote: »
    mid 1970's to mid 1980's = Dark ages of American automobiles. Remember the 4-banger Mustang? Ouch.

    A mistake they keep making...
    Chevy Traverse Ditches 2.0-Liter Turbo-Four Engine
    but "announced a new four-banger"

    I agree in general but there were bright spots during those days, such as this '79 396:
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    In the late '80s I bought my great-uncle's low-mileage '77 Buick Estate wagon with 403. It easily held all but one piece of our church's audio system when in the years of temporary locations. :-)
    It was similar to this one, but with whitewalls, hood ornament and center chrome hood strip:
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    Expect that there will be bumps in the road. Choose to not let them rattle you.

    Lovin' my salvaged 10As! Assist to @lawdogg.
    Polk - SDA-2Bs, 11TLs, (4) M7s, RTi4s, RT35is, RTi28s, RT3s, S4s, M3s, various centers.
    Boston - S8, S6s, S4s.
    M&K V4, M&K VX-7B, JBL SUB150P, Jamo Sub 250, Realistic T1000s, and others.
    ​Thompson Adventures, Inc.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 24,857
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    We're still cautiously optimistic that there will indeed be a summer in northern New England sometime this year -- before winter settles in. B)


  • CGTIIICGTIII Posts: 672
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    We're still cautiously optimistic that there will indeed be a summer in northern New England sometime this year -- before winter settles in. B)

    In Alabama and Georgia this year, we practically skipped spring.
    Expect that there will be bumps in the road. Choose to not let them rattle you.

    Lovin' my salvaged 10As! Assist to @lawdogg.
    Polk - SDA-2Bs, 11TLs, (4) M7s, RTi4s, RT35is, RTi28s, RT3s, S4s, M3s, various centers.
    Boston - S8, S6s, S4s.
    M&K V4, M&K VX-7B, JBL SUB150P, Jamo Sub 250, Realistic T1000s, and others.
    ​Thompson Adventures, Inc.
  • scubalabscubalab Posts: 2,897
    In Pennsylvania, for the past three years, our four seasons are Waiting for Summer, Rain Season, Fall, and Winter... :/

    I honestly don't think we've had a 48-hour stretch without precipitation yet this year.
  • audioluvraudioluvr Posts: 1,980
    Ah Mopar! The masters of recycling! Don't forget the 78 Dodge Magnum/ Charger/ Cordoba!

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  • verbverb Posts: 9,790
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    Tony M wrote: »
    I ALMOST bought this poster in a 3' X 5' size I think it was but then decided not to.

    My step-daughter shortly there after bought me a huge 4x6 Dark side of the moon poster that I've yet to hang up. Some day!

    Wise move Tony! :smile:
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    WAF not to high with that poster! :s
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • txcoastal1txcoastal1 Posts: 11,037
    Tony M wrote: »
    WAF not to high with that poster! :s

    In the man cave???? Come on, or you could hang the ELECTRIC LADYLAND ....just sayin'
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    Desktop rig: LSi7, Polk 110sub, Dayens Ampino amp, W4S DAC/pre, Sonos, JRiver
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  • oldrockeroldrocker Posts: 2,318
    Now that's funny ^^

    Our Ms. Hazel had that look when she realized why she was visiting the vet this morning.

    Spay time....
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 24,857
    oldrocker wrote: »
    Now that's funny ^^

    Our Ms. Hazel had that look when she realized why she was visiting the vet this morning.

    Spay time....

    po' thang.

    Might be a while before she's willing to share puppy dog eyes with you again -- or maybe not? ;)

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/18/733615938/scientists-explain-puppy-dog-eyes

    As published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences?!?! :p
  • oldrockeroldrocker Posts: 2,318
    I felt so bad for her.

    She was sooo excited about an early morning car ride.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    edited June 2019
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    Tony M wrote: »
    WAF not to high with that poster! :s

    In the man cave???? Come on, or you could hang the ELECTRIC LADYLAND ....just sayin'

    True, my space should have anything I want in it and it does EXCEPT that one poster. :s

    My wife wouldn't have given a care about a poster 30 years ago. But man have things changed since she isn't the 105 lb. sexy woman anymore. She still harbors hate from when I showed a very sexy looking neighbor my collection in the cottage 25 years ago and my wife wasn't there. :'( Jealousy has ruined way too many marriages!
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 7,727
    Dayum! 25 year grudge?!
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    Tell me about it! :# Jealousy is bone deep! :s>:)
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • mark090852mark090852 Posts: 970
    Blue trees in Breckenridge, Colorado a few years ago.

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  • OleBootOleBoot Posts: 640
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    oldrocker wrote: »
    Now that's funny ^^

    Our Ms. Hazel had that look when she realized why she was visiting the vet this morning.

    Spay time....

    po' thang.

    Might be a while before she's willing to share puppy dog eyes with you again -- or maybe not? ;)

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/18/733615938/scientists-explain-puppy-dog-eyes

    As published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences?!?! :p

    Does that imply that cats have also developed muscular control to execute the look of utter disdain?
  • OleBootOleBoot Posts: 640
    Tony M wrote: »
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    Tony M wrote: »
    WAF not to high with that poster! :s

    In the man cave???? Come on, or you could hang the ELECTRIC LADYLAND ....just sayin'

    True, my space should have anything I want in it and it does EXCEPT that one poster. :s

    My wife wouldn't have given a care about a poster 30 years ago. But man have things changed since she isn't the 105 lb. sexy woman anymore. She still harbors hate from when I showed a very sexy looking neighbor my collection in the cottage 25 years ago and my wife wasn't there. :'( Jealousy has ruined way too many marriages!

    You're a more tolerant man than I am, Gungadin.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 8,904
    They've had it since the days of the Egyptians I would assume. :D

    Feed them and leave them alone. :D
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 24,857
    OleBoot wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    oldrocker wrote: »
    Now that's funny ^^

    Our Ms. Hazel had that look when she realized why she was visiting the vet this morning.

    Spay time....

    po' thang.

    Might be a while before she's willing to share puppy dog eyes with you again -- or maybe not? ;)

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/18/733615938/scientists-explain-puppy-dog-eyes

    As published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences?!?! :p

    Does that imply that cats have also developed muscular control to execute the look of utter disdain?

    Probably so.
    I do know this, though.

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