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Old 7th November 2002, 10:57 PM   #1
JDeV is offline JDeV  South Africa
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As a newbie, I soon realised that I don't understand what you guys are talking about, so decided to start this "Glossary" for those to follow to be able to understand the Pass language:
Here are only a few I came across in my short existance as a member, please contribute.
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Pacifier - "A rubber or plastic nipple or teething ring for a baby to suck or chew on. "
Passifier - "Any amp. from Pass - the best audio reproducing tool on earth"
nelson - "The total of 111 in cricket, don't ask my how or why"
NELSON - " The one and only"
ZEN - "The ZEN amp."
BOZ - "Bride of ZEN"
SOZ - "Son of ZEN"
BOSOZ - "Bride of Son of ZEN"
SUSY - "Mr. Pass's patended Super Symmetry design."
AXO - "Unofficial - Active Cross Over"
SOP - " as is"
SOSOP - " as is is"
X..... - "Any Pass component containing SUSY (Am I correct on this?)"
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SOP - " as is"
SOSOP - " as is is"
What you mean by that?
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My short English imagines this way: “P as P is” and “P as P is P is.”

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Default Re: Sop & SoSop

As quoted by Mr.Pass himself:

"As you would surmise, my children are named SoP and
SoSop"

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Does it stand for Son of Pass then?
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I think it was:
Son of Pass and Sister of Son of Pass
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Does it stand for Son of Pass then?
If the "Father of Son of Pass" - (FoSoP), agree, we agree.
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