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Re: Lets talk about power....A/C power

Post by Scarabeo » Sun Dec 26, 2010 11:23 pm

Dr. W wrote:because it ought to be. ](*,)
Agree and THANKS! Hope the Rain was not to bad for you there and sad to report more coming :?
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Re: Lets talk about power....A/C power

Post by Dr. W » Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:06 am

How does this crap make it into our threads? [-X

I realize it only happens occasionally, but it is annoying.
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Re: Lets talk about power....A/C power

Post by Dr. W » Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:12 am

Scarabeo wrote:
Dr. W wrote:because it ought to be. ](*,)
Agree and THANKS! Hope the Rain was not to bad for you there and sad to report more coming :?
I guess if one does not live in So. Cal. the news makes things sound horrible when we have "rain" in our semiarid desert.

The weather in California is just like sex, even when it is bad is it GOOD! \:D/

We are so blessed with the weather here that we get very jaded.

It has been about two years since there was any activity on this thread. That might be because we have a lot of thinkers in this group.

Speaking of thinkers I have a hum problem I need to solve. Where should I start that thread? I know with all of your (the group's) experience and help I can get it solved. I will describe what it is and what I have done so far in the new thread.

Bruce
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Re: Lets talk about power....A/C power

Post by TNRabbit » Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:28 am

Welcome back, Bruce! I was thinking about calling you this week....funny that you post now~

Just start a thread in Miscellaneous Discussions:

viewforum.php?f=37
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Re: Lets talk about power....A/C power

Post by Dr. W » Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:19 am

Thanks wabbit.

My system has changed much since I was last here. The link below describes it, but there are still a few pictures that need to be updated. It is likely there will be a major speaker change in the next week or so.

Look for the thread "Hum - preamp on, or off".
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