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Old 27th May 2006, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default A little about me and my sytem. (Pic)

Hey guys,

I just typed like a pgae then my file size was like 2 kb to big so it erased my message

Anyways, here is a kind of summary.

I'm 16, started out when I was 14 by buying a set of 12" JBLs and rebuilding the boxes, then I bought a set of audio reasearch 12" and refoamed them.

I run it all off of a Yamaha disc changer which I dont really use, I use my iPod. It is powered by a NAD reciver and amp and it has an equalizer. Cant remember make.

This may seem small but it hits REALL hard.

Altogeather I have 4 12" subs, 2 mids and 4 tweeters.

It all cost me about $50 for the speakers and my dad gave me the NAD's and Yamaha.

Now I'm 16 and am starting to move into car audio.

I have lots of hobbies, mainly lights, and my light business.

I live in Canada.

So thats about me...

Zac

P.S. The picture which I will try to attach... is my system. And no it is not set up like that, that pic was from when I brought it down to play the halloween music. Also the speaker on the far left isn't mine. (Dog is optional.)
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Old 27th May 2006, 08:55 PM   #2
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the older nad recievers have good top end. its not a bad system.

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Old 27th May 2006, 10:58 PM   #3
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I once got given to me a nad 2200 Loved the amp. They gave it to me because the kid of the owner spilled some liquit into one channel i replaced the out transistors and a few mods to teh amp and it runs fine till this day still
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Old 14th June 2006, 07:05 AM   #5
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Welcome to you Zac, nice to see someone here who likes speakers and dogs.
We have many meow meow lovers too over here.

At 14years, I was only allowed to remove the grills and gape at the bare speakers
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At 16 i was building TBA810's..Anyway welcome Overboard..
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