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Old 20th August 2003, 05:28 AM   #1
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Cleaning up a bit... the picture probably represents 65% of what i haven't had the heart to toss.

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Garrards, Duals, Telefunkens, BSR, Grungig, Philips, more -- some i've never heard of. Condition varies.

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Old 20th August 2003, 05:17 PM   #2
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hey dave - i see no picture...if it's too big to post, could you email it to me? i might be interested in something.

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Old 20th August 2003, 06:01 PM   #3
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Duhhh! I have a picture that is too big to post, but i also made a small one.

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Cool. If I get one of those and build an SET amp with Parafeed, use a wide-range single driver no-crossover speaker, I'll have progressed to what my kid sister and I used to use to listen to Allen Sherman records.
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don't forget to build it into a suitcase.
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don't forget to build it into a suitcase.
I've got a couple of those still in tact... fold-up TT + stereo 50EH5 amp + speakers.

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Cool. If I get one of those and build an SET amp with Parafeed, use a wide-range single driver no-crossover speaker, I'll have progressed to what my kid sister and I used to use to listen to Allen Sherman records.
You are so cruel. But damn if I didn't laugh!
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Default Other humble suggestions:

Your basement must be huge.

Too bulky for doorstops and not big enough for anchoring boats.

Three ideas do come to mind:

1) Sculpture! (Static or hanging as a mobile, or simultaneously playing 50 William Shatner records)

2) Build a small trebuchet and use them for skeet shooting.

3) Cat Carasols
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simultaneously playing 50 William Shatner records
A 'phile I knew told me he once had a dream about going to Hell. When he got there it was an enormous room full of old jukeboxes with nothing but William Shatner records in them. And his task was to play them all.
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