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#122089 - 12/30/05 12:10 AM Re: First HT noises in the new house
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Ever since my system has arrived, my dog has found the "special" spot the furthest from my room. They are terrified of low noises I think.
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#122090 - 12/30/05 12:28 AM Re: First HT noises in the new house
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They don't like high notes either. Dogs and audio systems don't really mix all that well, unfortunately. Sometimes I just turn the volume way down so they can come and relax on the couch

>>Maybe the loft is haunted.

The house is too new for a good haunting, but the loft is pretty much pyramid-shaped. Maybe the room is channeling some long-dead (and smelly) Egyptian ruler.

Hmmm. Maybe some Alan Parsons on the turntable next. Haven't heard Hyper-Gamma Spaces for a while


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#122091 - 12/30/05 11:33 AM Re: First HT noises in the new house
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Actually, apparenlty mummies don't stink. I have heard that they smell a bit spicy. Never smelled one myself, but hey...
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#122092 - 12/30/05 11:47 AM Re: First HT noises in the new house
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Since I had 11 pictures of the house and ended up making some comments, decided to post them on The Water Cooler. The pics should be posted within the hour........ya, I'm a bit slow this morning.
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#122093 - 12/30/05 12:29 PM Re: First HT noises in the new house
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>>Actually, apparenlty mummies don't stink. I have heard that they smell a bit spicy. Never smelled one myself, but hey...

Oh great. There's a new Calvin Klein scent for 2006 ;(

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#122094 - 12/30/05 06:15 PM Re: First HT noises in the new house
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So, I found a way to keep the soup cans. All I need is :

- a couple of three-foot lengths of SoffitTrap (pre-fab bass trap designed for the room corners)

- a couple of bags of lead shot for stability

- two soup cans per QS8

No problemo !!

http://www.realtraps.com/products.htm#soffittraps

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