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Old 8th October 2012, 09:54 PM   #581
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Only the designer so far.
JKRO tried a hunger strike, I guess his wife made a tasty smelling pie or some such and he gave in before Dave started feeling guilt.
Bribery might work though.........
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Only the designer so far.
JKRO tried a hunger strike................he gave in before Dave started feeling guilt.
Guilt?

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Starve baby, starve
I don't think Dave loves me any more . That and the Em' in the oversized, fugly, 'ken in the family thats a pain in the whatsits to get set for measuring. Especially when you have sooooo many neat little boxes to play with
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Old 8th October 2012, 10:08 PM   #583
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I have the capability but am not often inclined.

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haha dont worry Dave. I like the sound enough now that not really worried about measurements.

I'd rather find out about mods to the 12LTA like enable etc
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Old 8th October 2012, 10:27 PM   #585
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I'd rather find out about mods to the 12LTA like enable etc
Ditto, this week will include more basket mods, phase plugs, basket grounding, BudP's 'electron loops' and:
http://http://www.diyaudio.com/forum...ion-trick.html
Am still reading up on EnAble...... again....... and again.......
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Old 8th October 2012, 10:28 PM   #586
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Damn.....
The speaker distortion trick
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Old 8th October 2012, 11:14 PM   #587
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... basket grounding, BudP's 'electron loops ...
Could be the same thing, watch out for doubling up.

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never mind electron loops, how about the convertible - box or OB ?
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Could be the same thing, watch out for doubling up.
The thought did cross my mind Dave
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Loving the Emmys with my new source. Scared up a SL1210 mkII for a reasonable sum. Pristine King Curtis Live at Fillmore West arrived the same morning.

His rendition of Whiter Shade of Pale is great live and on the black stuff

Also discovered Loreena McKennitt's Greensleeves - oooooooooph. You can download 'The Visit' FLAC album from her site for 5!!

I've always liked the the Gaelic dreamy style ever since I heard Clannad play Theme from Harry's Game. I used to wake up about 5am and my Dad would come and get me. He would do paperwork at the kitchen table and I would draw. This came on the radio and apparently and when it finished I wanted to hear it again. It was Oct 1982 and I was 2months off my 5th birthday. 30yrs later, 2months off my 35th birthday I still get goosebumps. Ahhhh the memories
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