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Old 28th December 2010, 06:51 PM   #1
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Just wondered as i've never really ventured into this part of the forum and never spoken to anyone who has mentioned it either.

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Old 28th December 2010, 06:59 PM   #2
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that's , in fact , black part of Diyaudio ;

members are regularly eaten alive , and many of them vanished mysteriously .

first days - everything seems fine ..... then later - many of them are back in public , completely changed .......

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Old 28th December 2010, 07:19 PM   #4
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Just wondered as i've never really ventured into this part of the forum and never spoken to anyone who has mentioned it either.

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Dis is da dark side of diyAudio.... Once you enter here - well just think of everything you knew is backwards - upside down - and inside out (like using current to drive speakers instead of voltage). ZM has been an inmate here for a looooooooog time - so I think that sortta speaks fer itself

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Sure you can count on Zen_mod's description.

Couple that with loads of current and a bad attitude

Oh, and welcome by the way.
Remember this: You can check out, but you can never leave!

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Dis is da dark side of diyAudio.... Once you enter here - well just think of everything you knew is backwards - upside down - and inside out (like using current to drive speakers instead of voltage). ZM has been an inmate here for a looooooooog time - so I think that sortta speaks fer itself
Hmm okay not sure i should lurk here much longer I havn't got SS down yet!!

That wiki page doesn't explain a lot, basically a different design of amp can anyone advance on this?
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muahahahaha !!

so - you can count on fact that you can go berserk ,and make another audio forum ....




so - it's not easy here ...... having Bwana like this

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Hi boscoe - we are juz hav'n a bit of fun with you - don't take it personally. If and when you get SS down (which BTW will never happen - 'cause it will change by the time you get there) and decide you are tired of fooling around and just want to build one of the best designs around - you will discover that you were in the right place after all - Pass labs. I am fond of saying "in time - all things come to Pass".
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