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Old 5th January 2003, 06:04 AM   #1
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Cool How about that, an intro category.

I didn't even realize there was an introduction category--how clever. Anyhow, I'm Jordan. I'm a computer engineer at Georgia Tech. If things go as planned, I'll get my bachelor's this spring, and begin grad school in the fall.

I've been searching for a suitable hobby for a number of years, and I think I might have found it here. I'm currently working on a passive volume control, a 4 channel gainclone, a shiva 12" sub, and some tangband w3-871s based speakers. All these projects happened within the last 3 months.. Pretty crazy right? Then again, BrianGT *is* my roommate. I guess it was bound to happen.

Shame I didn't find this audio stuff sooner.. Maybe I might have saved myself from a life of digital design and computer architecture.

So yeah, glad to have found this place. I'm sure you'll see me around.

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Old 5th January 2003, 08:22 AM   #2
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Then again, BrianGT *is* my roommate
and an engineer... you were doomed from the start

Welcome to the forum. Brian has already let us know enuff about your exploits that you seem like an old hand already.

Those TB 871s are really interesting speakers. I have to get my hands on a set of 4 to see if i can wring more out of them than the ELF 1.5 does.

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Old 8th January 2003, 02:22 PM   #3
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Music and computers aren't necessarily mutually exclusive but opinions may vary.

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Old 8th January 2003, 02:58 PM   #4
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We are also in the process of making a new intro section for all the aliases.
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Old 8th January 2003, 03:08 PM   #5
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Hi Jordan and welcome

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So yeah, glad to have found this place. I'm sure you'll see me around.
heh.. finally got you hooked

I like your new avatar. For those curious, here is the full picture that I took with my digital camera from this summer when we were studying abroad in France, and visited the Czech. Republic one weekend:

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For those curious, here is the full picture that I took with my digital camera from this summer when we were studying abroad in France, and visited the Czech. Republic one weekend.
Heh, yeah.. Its a lot more clear that I'm lost and confused in the full sized picture (rather than the icon). But that trip was a lot of fun.. I figured the diyaudio thing was a similiar situation.. You know, being really lost, but still enjoying yourself..

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