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#90995 - 04/24/05 01:09 AM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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There's nothing wrong with spelling phonetically.
Some nights, its how Ken gets anything comprehensible typed.

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#90996 - 04/24/05 02:16 AM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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That reminds me of when I was in college and taking math ans physics courses. I misspelled theorem as "theorum" until I discovered my mistake during my junior year.

I still think my original spelling looks better.
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#90997 - 04/24/05 02:50 AM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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Hey Chess... when are you and I getting together to compare (speakers, sickos!) and wanna buy my STF-2 off of me? Ignore my message in another thread where I state it's popped a screw!

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#90998 - 04/24/05 01:30 PM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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#90999 - 04/24/05 01:36 PM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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In reply to:

Hey Chess... when are you and I getting together to compare (speakers, sickos!) and wanna buy my STF-2 off of me? Ignore my message in another thread where I state it's popped a screw!



I'm up for auditioning anytime. I would suggest though that we do this at my place. The M3s are considerably easier to put into a car. My M60s would need their own seatbelts which means i would have to remove the baby seat first...

Perhaps we can borrow a screw from the EP350 for your STF2 and see if the sound changes hmm?
Or we can go right crazy and swap amp sections.
Ooooh.
Nasty.
Think that would invalidate the warranties?

winterpeg was over a couple of weekends ago. I think he's sold on Axioms, but i could be wrong. You know how i try to push people on those Monitor Audios and all...

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#91000 - 04/24/05 01:51 PM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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Bren have you called Hsu about your sub being under warranty.Doesn't seem like you have had it all that long.
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#91001 - 04/24/05 10:00 PM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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Your right, there is nothing wrong with spelling phonetically until someone points it out.
On the note of system purchases, after seeing your setup Chess, I new it would fit perfectly. Thanks again.
I certainly did put my order in for the "Axioms". When you guys are done your speaker comparisons we'll have to get together at my place as well, maybe we can try out your friends SVS sub, the EP600 and Bren can bring along his HSU. It might have to wait until I've finished the yard work (new yard). It will probably keep me busy all summer long. Expect an invite though.

Troy
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#91002 - 04/25/05 10:18 AM Re: SVS Sub comparisons to EP500
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Troy, you can put the thumb screws to Bren. He's busy alot, and with good reason. That MTS Centre is nothing w/o Bren!

And Bren, Troy picks some excellent wine. Drinker or not, even the labels are nice to look at.
Perhaps next time he will sample the homemade bread.


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