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Old 17th May 2011, 10:51 AM   #31
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Sahib, brain beats $$$. Just don´t tell, the robber barons don´t like to be sent into starvation.
And that isn´t only true about cables. I don´t understand Hindi, but I don´t need to. My neighbour has music recorded with minimal equipment and it´s stunning.
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Old 17th May 2011, 04:23 PM   #32
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You mean Indian music, Pat? It can sound truly great if it's recorded well. Unfortunately if you want to listen to the old masters you're pretty much doomed to listen to awful recordings. By the way, our friend Zia might be speaking Bengali since he's from Bangladesh... (I lived with a Bengali family for a year and all I learned to say was, "Maaaaaa....Cha hoy gache!")
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Old 17th May 2011, 06:09 PM   #33
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Pit,

Chaz is correct, we in Bangladesh speak Bengali (Bangla), not Hindi .

Chaz,

Right again, the recordings of the old masters is a bit low-fi but they had great talent and skill. I tell my dad that it's such a loss that we don't have better recordings of their works...If we take a look at modern Hindi music, some of the stuff is very well recorded (and composed). A.R. Rahman's genius is well recognized.

So Chaz, did you like the "Cha"?

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Old 17th May 2011, 06:39 PM   #34
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Zman, I make the best 'cha' in the continental US. No joke. But I'm still working on mastering my fish curries!
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Old 18th May 2011, 12:27 AM   #35
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Zia, I should have remembered about languages - I´ve been told. Bangla = the language because the people are Bangla and therefore your country is Bangladesh =Banglaland? Correct me if I´m wrong, please.
And as to the cooking in your part of the world - wonderful. Provided one gets the ounces to grams spices conversion right.
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Old 18th May 2011, 04:32 AM   #36
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Zia, I should have remembered about languages - I´ve been told. Bangla = the language because the people are Bangla and therefore your country is Bangladesh =Banglaland? Correct me if I´m wrong, please.
And as to the cooking in your part of the world - wonderful. Provided one gets the ounces to grams spices conversion right.
Pit,

Bangla = Language of the Bengalis (the people), and yes "Desh" = Country, so Bangladesh would be Banglaland . BTW, large number of peope (~50 million) in Eastern part of India also speak Bangla.

Good to know that you like our cooking, and agree that spices are key to get the taste right; not much of a cook myself (SWMBO rules), but no slouch in the eating department.

-Zia
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Old 18th May 2011, 07:16 AM   #37
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50 million plus the inhabitants of the country herself? One lives to learn, thanks for the info.
As to my language - don´t try. Spelling Donaudampfschifffahrtsgesellschaftskapitän
isn´t for the faint of heart.

Back to topic - your drivers have done a few hours by now. Are the harshness and the shout gone?

Pit

And what is SWMBO?

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no doubt he uses the term "mistress", when allowed to directly address her at all :wink:

my damn browser's still not letting me post smilies - that was a joke, Pit
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Let's say, hypothetically, that some lazy individual wanted to use the solid core cat5 cable and merely stripped two of the leads inside the jacket and left the rest unused. Would there be any disadvantages (besides opulent waste) to this method for interconnects (line level as well as speakers)? I guess I, er, one would utilize one twisted pair per cable...
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