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Old 16th June 2010, 10:35 PM   #151
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Mr Synner Popa left this place, but does still update his home page and even informs of changes, for those who are interested in What he is willing to share and not in ceremonious adherence.
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Would you please share the URL for Popa's web page? Thanks!
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Old 16th June 2010, 11:39 PM   #152
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btw, earlier this year, rudey Glen Kleinschmidt mentioned in one of his (usual) tube threads at Andy-C's audio-engineering-forum.org that he's working on a revived home page.
Maybe we still get to see him finish his tracking rail monster Class A amp after all.
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Old 17th June 2010, 01:06 AM   #153
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PB2,

My comments confirmed, your rudeness and cynicism demean you. My aim is to raise the tone of interactions, never to sell product. That's left to formal advertising; my contributions are personal, not business, and your judgement on this matter is deeply flawed since you assume everyone wants to be a millionaire. Absurd.

I have never claimed to have made a technical contribution. But then, have you? You are afeared of being copied, it seems. No open wounds either, honest as the day, however are you the victim here?

Opinions are ubiquitous, some are smelly. Intelligence or charm cannot disguise the odor of many ideas, particularly those of a behavioural nature, and your convictions of technical merit may well be off the mark as technology changes.

You know nothing of me or my products and designs, yet condemn on hearsay and hint. Neither do I compare myself with anyone else, you have done that, indicating you are here to judge and impress. Perhaps it is 'degreed engineers' who should be banned from a DIY forum so they can have properly intelligent conversations elsewhere with others of their ability?

No more on the matter.
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Old 17th June 2010, 04:37 PM   #154
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I agree Bob, it is also unfortunate to see Syn08 Binned again. Seems they don't want real competent engineers here.
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Hi Pete,

No, that's not the reason.
1 - This forum has nothing against competent engineers.
2 - He is not a real competent engineer, rather a hobbyist.
3 - He deliberately asked for a bin or ban and probably will do it again:
"Funny enough, they refused to ban me from DIYAudio, although I explicitely asked for. Doesn't matter, in a few days I'll shoot another pile
of crap in their face, until they'll get sick of. Call this indulging in a morbid pleasure.
" (quoted from the 'other' forum)

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Old 17th June 2010, 10:54 PM   #155
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