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Old 29th April 2011, 02:15 AM   #21
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yes, despite my 'humourous repartee' i would be interested in that too Papa??. flg that sounds like pretty nice coax


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Don't use clear teflon, the photons bump into the electrons
oh damn of course!! that explains the diffuse edge on the transients that i find sometimes when listening in broad daylight

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oh damn of course!! that explains the diffuse edge on the transients that i find sometimes when listening in broad daylight
It also colours the sound
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