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Old 7th December 2004, 07:49 AM   #1
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Hi everybody.

My name is Pierre and I have been reading threads on this site for a while now. It has been most educative and entertaining. I enjoy reading the posts of ... too many of you to name you all here! It took me a while to write my first post, but participation in a group purchase won me over .

My education and work are in electrical engineering, more theoretical than practical. A few years ago I picked up a soldering iron for the first time of my life, and a few days later started an audio project: building a class A amplifier . With this amplifier and a pair of speakers now under my belt, I must confess being totally hooked into this hobby! There is great satisfation upon completing each project. And my music collection just keeps growing .

Thanks to all of you for making this a vibrant place!

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Old 7th December 2004, 11:45 PM   #2
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Bonjour Pierre,

Comment c'est va?

Glad to hear you are enjoying the people on this forum. They have been very helpful to me also.

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Cal, thank you for the welcome. The last thing I expected was to be greeted in French by someone from BC! This place is really full of pleasant surprises . Thanks again.
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Vous est bienvenue.

I think that's how it's spelled.

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