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The Water Cooler
Jump to new posts Re: wine thread by SqBobGodPants @ Yesterday at 10:39 AM

I hope your friends aren't too upset with you for inviting them to a BBQ w/ an edge-bandless table. I'd be too mortified. Boy, it's become a shameless world. Oh, look, you just signed on! Perfect. Have a fun day with your friends.
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Jump to new posts Re: Da big smoke! by chesseroo @ Yesterday at 10:37 AM

Originally Posted By Wid I never cook at real low temps, for me it's 240 or 250 for most things except poultry. The lowest i've tried was 215F but it just takes too long to cook. 225F is my bottom now but 250F is usually my target as well. Quote: I
Technical Questions
Jump to new posts Re: My Rotel RB-1080 lest channel died by Wid @ 07/31/15 10:41 PM

Any news Mike?
The Water Cooler
Jump to new posts Re: Da big smoke! by Wid @ 07/31/15 10:35 PM

I got the PID controller in a week or so ago and had a chance to use it a couple of times. First time out the smoker temps were all over the place. It was +/-30 degree or better. It was driving me nuts wondering what was going wrong. Needless to sa
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Jump to new posts Re: Da big smoke! by Wid @ 07/31/15 10:15 PM

I never cook at real low temps, for me it's 240 or 250 for most things except poultry. I never use a meat probe and really don't find it all the necessary. After a while you get a pretty good idea when things are getting done by feel or just using
What's New At Axiom
Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by Mojo @ 07/31/15 10:08 PM

That's what I thought as well. Axiom did say they were way ahead of schedule though. Maybe my 8" sub is almost ready too :-).
What's New At Axiom
Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by MarkSJohnson @ 07/31/15 09:57 PM

Mojo, I got the email but haven't done anything with it since we have company for a long weekend. I thought the A^A wasn't shipping till October or so?
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Jump to new posts Re: wine thread by chesseroo @ 07/31/15 09:32 PM

Setting up for a bbq with friends on Sunday. Plan on opening some "old" wines. I think actually have a 2003 riesling in the cellar; a BC wine. Shouldn't have kept it so long, so we'll be using the proper tasting method of first inspecting t
The Water Cooler
Jump to new posts Re: wine thread by chesseroo @ 07/31/15 09:30 PM

Another Argeninian delight tonight. Inexpensive and well worth the cost.
The Water Cooler
Jump to new posts Re: Da big smoke! by chesseroo @ 07/31/15 09:28 PM

A 4lb pork shoulder (or Boston butt) at 250F should be about a 8h cook. We've done 6-7lbs and they finished before 10h. The temperature probe is key. I take mine off at 195F and it usually climbs to no more than 200F while resting. The equivalent 7lb
What's New At Axiom
Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by Mojo @ 07/31/15 08:10 PM

Originally Posted By brendoIsn't the AIR supposed to play any file on your network, regardless of type. Though you guy should checkout vtuner.com the files are great it's an Internet tuner with access to thousands of stations. My A.V.R.s use it and I
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Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by Mojo @ 07/31/15 08:08 PM

Originally Posted By MarkSJohnsonThanks....thank a lot! Mark, the Axiom Air is shipping in 3 days. At least that's what it said when I configured my order. I hope I don't get a box full of parts and DIY instructions :-)
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Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by brendo @ 07/31/15 05:12 PM

Isn't the AIR supposed to play any file on your network, regardless of type. Though you guy should checkout vtuner.com the files are great it's an Internet tuner with access to thousands of stations. My A.V.R.s use it and I haven't heard a really bad
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Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by MarkSJohnson @ 07/31/15 04:50 PM

Thanks....thank a lot!
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Jump to new posts Re: Jeff's Birthday by CatBrat @ 07/31/15 04:03 PM

HBDTY~ HBDTY~ YLLAMAYSLOT~
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Jump to new posts Re: The Daily Gripe by CatBrat @ 07/31/15 04:01 PM

Originally Posted By pmbukoTry to to give in to your base, irrational instincts. Unlike your cats, spiders give you a free service. My cat provides a wonderful service. She eats spiders.
What's New At Axiom
Jump to new posts Re: AxiomAir by Mojo @ 07/31/15 01:36 PM

Mark, shipping is the transport of goods.
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To Chesseroo, I meant materials made for channels but am impressed with your knowledge. To Serenity Now: I don't have a big budget and right now I like what I hear, especially the clarity and imaging. you are right, the placement of speakers, refle
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