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pjanda1 7th December 2009 03:14 PM

Wild Burro Lab pics
 
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We'll start with a couple of driver pics.

Paul
Wild Burro Audio Labs - DIY Full Range Speakers

pjanda1 7th December 2009 03:16 PM

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But who wouldn't love a baby yak, Betsy and Buffy (her son), and Pico, the WBAL mascot, in his natural environment on the prairie?

Paul
Wild Burro Audio Labs - DIY Full Range Speakers

pjanda1 7th December 2009 03:19 PM

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Here is the layout for my skinny TL/TQWT, a pic during enclosure construction, and finally, a little TA2024 t-amp to mate with them.

Paul
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pjanda1 7th December 2009 03:21 PM

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And to top it off, a shot of at home vacuum impregnation, my last day with my beloved BIB's, and finally Cherry Pie!

Paul
Wild Burro Audio Labs - DIY Full Range Speakers

pjanda1 7th December 2009 03:24 PM

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After all, everybody loves cherries.

Paul

Mosquito 7th December 2009 03:32 PM

Mmmm... this little beast at the main left in post n.2, makes my think on a slooow cooking on
grid and coal... slurp! :)
Speakers are good looking and truly appealing too!

pjanda1 8th December 2009 04:24 PM

I haven't had baby Yak, but the adults sure are tasty! I don't know about that one and slow cooking. My take would be one that is nursing, not bottle fed (Yak milk is much tastier than formula!). I'd I'd think of grilling parts fairly hot and fast . . .

Paul
Wild Burro Audio Labs - DIY Full Range Speakers

Mosquito 8th December 2009 05:00 PM

Poor baby! I've had a repentance just after I wrote it. I believed were cattle, not a Yak.
Here at the southest south we have a particular style about grill meat :)

Mosquito 8th December 2009 05:36 PM

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about slow grilling..

pjanda1 8th December 2009 10:45 PM

That does look good. Yak pretty much are cattle. They are quite healthy to eat, as they carry all of their fat under their skin (to stay warm), so the meat is very lean. Tasty too. Unlike Buffalo, for example, they are a domesticated species, so they are fairly easy to handle. See John's (the guy in the pic) promotional video here. I used to occasionally help on the Yak ranch when we lived in MN. Now I live just a little north of the largest heard in N. America, but I don't know that I'll have an opportunity to visit. They are probably a little to wild for me to handle (as are cattle who only see people once a year or so).

Paul
Wild Burro Audio Labs - DIY Full Range Speakers


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