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Old 13th September 2017, 01:50 PM   #11
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I don't think much of them either but they sell for silly money on ebay
Ebay is a goldmine, I recently sold off some GEC KT88's I had hanging around for years. With half the proceeds I purchased a new laptop and 2 tablets.
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Have you listened to them? We still don't know if they have a problem, or just feel weird to you.
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Have you listened to them? We still don't know if they have a problem, or just feel weird to you.
They sound surprisingly good. I connected them to a TDA7294 board and my old Brothers in Arms CD gave them a workout with plenty enough tight bass for my taste.
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Well then they are fine. If you'd like to simply protect them from ozone/UV caused advancing vulcanisation, some tire shine/protectant will be fine and is readily available.A local car detailer I know says that the ArmorAll brand actually needs to be diluted so it's not attracting dust. 1:2. One third strength.
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Well then they are fine. If you'd like to simply protect them from ozone/UV caused advancing vulcanisation, some tire shine/protectant will be fine and is readily available.A local car detailer I know says that the ArmorAll brand actually needs to be diluted so it's not attracting dust. 1:2. One third strength.
Thanks for the tip.
I'm really liking these $7 speakers, Stravinsky's Rites of Spring came across with plenty of crash bang wallop and Cat Stevens sounded great.
My wife has been on at me for years to get rid of my "ugly" corner Tannoys, perhaps it is time. What with all the home entertainment options, I do not spend that much time seriously listening to music anymore.
An image of the Tannoys could be made available at Weldon's request.
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