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Old 3rd August 2012, 05:04 PM   #531
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Old 3rd August 2012, 05:14 PM   #532
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I've only spent time here in the Pass forum. I was just commenting on the SITs and the M2, both of which I have heard. And now the F6.

And it's not because its old technology, or that this is going backwards, or that the older engineers knew something we don't. It's just that it is an approach that separates what's important from what's not.
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Old 3rd August 2012, 05:17 PM   #533
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if you take a good look at entire PL product line , you'll find same approach from start

what looks complicated , it isn't actually - plenty of surrounding circuitry and just few active parts
Yes! Agreed. But there is an important distinction: PL is what the market needs, but FW is what Papa likes.... at least in my mind. Well, it is now a little backwards with PapaSITs... come from FW, going into PL. Funny how these things work out.
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Isn't it interesting.
Couple of weeks ago, over dinner with an inventor friend, we were talking about the technical feasibility of a servo balanced wheeled walker for old folks.
When i mentioned reliability problems due to electronics issues, the answer was that one shouldn't place boundaries from the start in a creative process.

We had drinks at his place before we went to the restaurant, during which he made me watch his new +$100K B&O 103" plasma TV for half an hour.
The screen was so much more wider compared to the previous one, that one pair of $25K ICEberg Beolab-5 loudspeakers for the surround system had to sit behind the couches, replaced by a set of wall-mounted 8002's.
Not sure if a deep-deep thought is in there, somewhere somehow.
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in short - Drek ?

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TV with 3D was very OK, but you'll have no desire to see an old movie on such a screen. (ICE sounds like ice)
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in short - Drek ?

I don't understand the marked term.
The German terms translated in english for such things is "rubbish stuff" or "scrap stuff"
Perhaps you mean this names.
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