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#349716 - 06/07/11 12:21 AM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: chesseroo]
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Micah, I'd been wondering about you for a while, but I never did ask anyone if they knew how you were doing. I'm glad to see you posting again.

I'm still not in an ideal room for my EP800s. I really like what they can do right now, but I look forward to a better listening space that will get that much more performance from them.

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#349743 - 06/07/11 11:29 AM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: CV]
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Like my room????
Send away, I'll grant you full visitation rights. wink
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#349747 - 06/07/11 12:18 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: Micah]
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Hey, welcome back, Micah.

I think I remarked at some point re car sound, that it's much easier to get very deep powerful bass in a car, relatively simply, because a car's interior space is so relatively tiny compared to rooms in a house.

Anyway, always great to have your novella-like posts and audio enthusiasms to stimulate conversation on the Axiom forums.

As the scientists have noted, two or more glasses of wine per day plus Axiom speakers and great music will help you tolerate your existence!

Warm regards,
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#349755 - 06/07/11 02:03 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: SRoode]
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Originally Posted By: SRoode
Welcome back Micah! Eshain was asking about you and I said you were gone! Glad to have ya back!


Eshain... is that your wifes name?
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#349757 - 06/07/11 03:16 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: chesseroo]
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Originally Posted By: chesseroo
I thought Bren was writing this post except two things tipped me off:

1) there was no previous marriage and,
2) the novella was one paragraph too long for his style

Otherwise micah, you had me going there.
smile



Ok so who's this Bren character anyways? Another guy who likes to plaster his love life up on here for everyone to ooogle... or another guy who likes to write novels online?


lol
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#349758 - 06/07/11 03:28 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: CV]
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Originally Posted By: CV
I'm still not in an ideal room for my EP800s. I really like what they can do right now, but I look forward to a better listening space that will get that much more performance from them.


Ah just you wait CV! It's kind of like the time my uncle took my ZX-10 out for a ride. He had only ridden Harleys before my bike, so when he took off I could hear him rev it up to about 4500 rpm, then click it into the next gear. Jap bikes don't even start making power until around 5000 rpm. He pulled back into the drive and said, "well it's not bad, thought it'd be a little faster though".

I laughed and said, "uuuuummm.. you do realize this bike doesn't redline until you hit 13 THOUSAND rpm right? Take it back out, get it into 3rd gear, then pin the throttle and don't let out of it until the shift light comes on"!

He did what I suggested, pulled back into the drive and said, "I need to go empty my drawers"!!!

CV, until you get those subs into their ideal listening area, you've been shifting gears on a rice burner at 4500 rpm!!!
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#349764 - 06/07/11 04:57 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: Micah]
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Originally Posted By: Micah
Originally Posted By: SRoode
Welcome back Micah! Eshain was asking about you and I said you were gone! Glad to have ya back!


Eshain... is that your wifes name?


Yep.
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#349772 - 06/07/11 06:13 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: SRoode]
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Originally Posted By: SRoode
Originally Posted By: Micah
Originally Posted By: SRoode
Welcome back Micah! Eshain was asking about you and I said you were gone! Glad to have ya back!


Eshain... is that your wifes name?


Yep.


Beautiful name. Is it Hindu, Steve?
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#349776 - 06/07/11 07:59 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: Ya_basta]
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Taiwanese. Her family moved over to the USA when she was about 12.
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#349777 - 06/07/11 08:43 PM Re: WOOOOOOOOW!!! [Re: SRoode]
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Originally Posted By: SRoode
Taiwanese. Her family moved over to the USA when she was about 12.


Oh. What does it mean? There's usually a cultural significance or rules followed in the naming. My friends wife's name is Miyuki, which is Japanese, and means "beautiful snow".

Unlike my boring name, Asian ones intrigue me.


Edited by Powertothepeople (06/07/11 08:45 PM)
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