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Old 11th October 2002, 05:39 PM   #11
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Very nice of you.


This is not the first thread here it is talked about beer.

The diyers must be a hard drinking cummunity

Damn, feel i comfortable!

I will go downtown now and have some drinks in mind of all the diyers out there!

Time to kill some Hefe Weizen. My favourite drink during Winter. I like
Kristall and Pils more during warmer periods.

Prost!

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Old 20th October 2002, 01:31 AM   #12
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I don´t know if this is still meant as introduction or a loudspeaker project!?

This is my actual design for my small kiving room.

Not perfectly finished, the crossover still needs work.

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Old 20th October 2002, 02:53 AM   #13
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Welcome to the Dark Side...
Hey pinkmouse, i thot the Dark Side were those using Windoz... i have a T-Shirt from Delta Tao (Eric's Ultimate Solitaire) that says so -- it must be true ;^)

And welcome to the zoo, Wombat

And not much beer for me. I like the taste, but have to crawl under a table after about 1/2 a bottle (or a whole bottle of US beer*).

dave

*reminds me of the joke of the 4 Beer salesman in the bar after a convention. The Mexican, American, and Heinekin saleman all ordered one of their own brand and the Canadian beer salesman ordered a Coke saying "since you guys aren't drinking, i won't either". I have seen more than a few US students sideswiped by a couple bottles of Extra Old Stock

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Old 20th October 2002, 04:22 AM   #14
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As i write this, i started another Havanna in the memory of a friend that left us
2 weeks ago at the age of 32. He was my partner for several years. He was the one
that builded many designs together with me and always was interested in listening.
Now that he has gone i may use this forum for getting some feedback.

@planet10
Nice joke, but as i get older i mostly prefer even Coke Light also. You spend much
time in giving feedback - so educating people. Regards!!

Thanks again for your welcome!

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Old 20th October 2002, 04:40 AM   #15
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i mostly prefer even Coke Light
You have to watch the Diet Coke, the stuff they use over here (aspartamine) causes a chemical imbalance in the brain...

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Old 20th October 2002, 04:47 AM   #16
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You have to watch the Diet Coke, the stuff they use over here (aspartamine) causes a chemical imbalance in the brain...

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Damn!! Even fish can´t beat it! Thats it! Thanks, maybe i still have a chance!

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Old 20th October 2002, 09:47 AM   #17
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Wink some brain trouble, eh??

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Damn!! Even fish can´t beat it!
I don't know what you are talking about!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 28th November 2002, 11:29 PM   #18
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Maybe i didn´t know also ?!?

But i know for semi-sure my switch is finished

No parts changed to better since a while. I think it is done.
btw. Don´t believe in any frequency plot Monacor themselves provide!
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Old 29th November 2002, 08:49 AM   #19
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Hi Wombat,


Nice to see that you reanimated this old mummy of a thread.


I enjoyed your post in the "what does your computer place look like"- thread very much! ("since I can't pay the bills no more...." )

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No parts changed to better since a while. I think it is done.
You mean you gave up? In that case we have something in common again (apart from being germans and loving Kristallweizen ).

I also had to give up a project. I wanted to build some scoop bass bins (german: Bassrutschen ) for PA use, but my buddy who should have done the more delicate woodwork (cutting some angles with a circular saw) will be moving away. He doesn't move very far away, but the prob is, that he'll have to help his father to renovate the place until Christmas.
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Old 29th November 2002, 10:00 AM   #20
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Hi bob4,

nice you liked this thread.

The picture isn´t me , as you can imagine

Also i didn´t gave up! It sounds damn good this way!!
The Supronyl dome is the best dome i ever used - perfect roll-off,
no resonances. With these 6db filters it behaves exactly like a 12db
filter up to the ribbon and down to the basses.
The monacor chassis itself isn´t usable ober 1000Hz and falls down in
preasure from there on, so the 1,5 mH fits also!! No prob here,
cause it is only meant to work up around there.
Monacor themselves payed an ape to paint the frequency plot of
this SPH 135C. It shows linear preasure up to 4000Hz - lol!

All is fine. I just started to go deeper with OP Amp testing therefore.
The speakers have a good resolution and now the first time i can hear
every OP behave totally different. I will have to start OP swapping in my
DAC again from the beginning.

The woodworking isn´t my most liked part also. Some wait for the nice mess
on christmas - others for circular saws

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