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Old 3rd November 2002, 04:39 PM   #21
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Default WOMEN.

Hey guys,

One could conclude it helps to be an octopus to treat a lady?

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P.S. In case you haven't noticed already,I'm just tring to up my number of posts.
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Old 3rd November 2002, 05:03 PM   #22
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Default but ARAD, all your devices are linear

and from experience, we know that women do not necessarily behave in a linear or sequential manner. Rather, the motion can be quasi-random and affected by the gravitational pull of the moon and planets.
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Old 3rd November 2002, 05:19 PM   #23
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and from experience, we know that women do not necessarily behave in a linear or sequential manner. Rather, the motion can be quasi-random and affected by the gravitational pull of the moon and planets.

And worst of all,they think we suffer from our hormones....



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Old 3rd November 2002, 05:56 PM   #24
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Default We do

But at least ours are constant.

Look Phred........I used some of the smiley thingies!

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Old 3rd November 2002, 10:52 PM   #25
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ARAD,
Does that Female come with a money back guarantee ?.
Can you try before you buy ?.

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Old 3rd November 2002, 11:15 PM   #26
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How are things Eric?

Remember the demagnetizing stuff Thread?
Should we get back to that one of these days?

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Old 4th November 2002, 12:32 AM   #27
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Default Woman Upgrade (Beta Version)

Post Script -
On second thoughts memory clear, reset and mode (mood ?) select buttons might be usefull.

Re Demag thread - my boys have now settled in and are going to the local school with their two girl cousins and are loving it.
I have instructed them to get into playing soccer and collecting Nordic girlfriends but they say that they are more interested in the cartoons on satelite tv - I'll remind them of that in the future !.
They also say that it is very cold and iceicles are forming outside.
Anna says they are asking every day "When is it going to snow mum ?".
Oh, to be young like them again when the whole world was new.

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Old 4th November 2002, 12:41 AM   #28
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Default I smiled.

Eric,

You just made me feel ten years younger.
Lovely!



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Don't know how important this is to you but Steve Eddy was absolutely right.
AC signals remove remanence.
I hit an ineresting site when looking for something else and lost it in the latest DIY troubles.

I'll do some Skandinavian headbanging,
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Old 4th November 2002, 12:49 AM   #29
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Yeah but the AC needs go high enough amplitude to saturate the core and then taper in amplitude down to zero doesn't it ?.
This amplitude is unlikely with audio signals, and besides it is remnance due to a single polarity spikes caused by the likes of phantom power that I am concerned about.


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Old 4th November 2002, 01:01 AM   #30
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Eric,

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Yeah but the AC needs go high enough amplitude to saturate the core and then taper in amplitude down to zero doesn't it ?.
Yes,what was suggested as a sollution at that site was to use a variable AC current through these xformers.
By doing this this it got rid of any remanence.

Reminds me of the current limiter I designed for Siemens-Atea to rid spools from remanance.And test them for consistency in the process.
All that with a tube rectifier,simple but did the job.

I don't really know what you're trying to tackle here but it should do the trick?

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