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Old 27th November 2012, 10:49 AM   #71
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Sometimes people do this because they wish to advertise their (supposed) excellent taste and judgement, as though it is part of an elaborate courtship ritual or male bonding ceremony. Listing their audio equipment in their signature line is evidence of this; mercifully rare on here but common on some other audio sites.

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Personally I think its being invaded by modders, and I'm one of them
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Old 27th November 2012, 11:25 AM   #72
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I'm puzzled. Why come on a DIY forum (originally in the wrong section) and ask about a commercial amp you had already decided to buy?

Sometimes people do this in a mistaken attempt at free advertising. It is mistaken, because people on here are very good at pointing out the design or construction errors in commercial items (however expensive or glossy they are). However, you have denied this so we accept that.

Sometimes people do this because they seek affirmation, like a small child: "Mummy, mummy, mummy, look what I've done!"

Sometimes people do this because they wish to advertise their (supposed) excellent taste and judgement, as though it is part of an elaborate courtship ritual or male bonding ceremony. Listing their audio equipment in their signature line is evidence of this; mercifully rare on here but common on some other audio sites.

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You hit the nail riiiiight on the head, dear DF96 (by the way, how many years can this battery last? )
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Old 28th November 2012, 01:48 AM   #73
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I'm puzzled. Why come on a DIY forum (originally in the wrong section) and ask about a commercial amp you had already decided to buy?

Sometimes people do this in a mistaken attempt at free advertising. It is mistaken, because people on here are very good at pointing out the design or construction errors in commercial items (however expensive or glossy they are). However, you have denied this so we accept that.

Sometimes people do this because they seek affirmation, like a small child: "Mummy, mummy, mummy, look what I've done!"

Sometimes people do this because they wish to advertise their (supposed) excellent taste and judgement, as though it is part of an elaborate courtship ritual or male bonding ceremony. Listing their audio equipment in their signature line is evidence of this; mercifully rare on here but common on some other audio sites.

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At least it makes for an exciting distraction away from the sporting life of discussing the merits of using mdf versus Blatic Birch in better sounding speaker boxes or something as exhilarating as figuring the exact amount of cooling required in a Class A MOSFET/JFET/BobaFET Amplifier without it bloating to the size of the Death Star.

Life would be rather boring otherwise.


* I have always wanted to somehow engineer a "BobaFET" FET for audio purposes -- my kid would be so proud.
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Old 28th November 2012, 02:06 AM   #74
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Just be sure to keep the cat away from it, it might get eaten. and dont go walking around the house looking like han solo.

and dont forget to feed it.

you never know if jabba the hutt is lurking around.
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