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#200436 - 03/15/08 01:33 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: tomtuttle]
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Rancho Cucamonga huh? I visit my sis in Yucaipa a few times each year, which isn't too far from you. Just leave the door unlocked and I'll let myself in...
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#200441 - 03/15/08 02:13 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: richeydog]
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Just leave the door unlocked and I'll let myself in...



Will do, Michael! \:D
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#200442 - 03/15/08 02:14 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: St_PatGuy]
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As long as he takes his shoes off before entering.

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#200443 - 03/15/08 02:35 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: CV]
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Charles and Sean,

What both of you don't realize is that Carmina Burana can't be fully appreciated unless you have M80s and an A1400 so that you may experience all of the dynamic range inherent in the recording. Charles you're half-way there. Sean, I'm not sure if your Loreleis can take the pounding that the A1400 dishes out.

As for JohnK, he will never move away from his M22s. An A1400 wouldn't do him any good because his M22s will just act as fuses \:\) .

Since both of you bought the CD, now you have to buy the remaining hardware.

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#200446 - 03/15/08 04:02 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: Mojo]
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Tex, remember that I do have both the M80s and the A1400-8. It's the Audiobytes that I still need. \:\)

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#200458 - 03/15/08 11:16 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: CV]
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Oh yeah! I forgot about that. Thanks. Looks like you're all set for Carmina Burana then. I wouldn't be smiling though if I didn't have audiobytes .

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#200463 - 03/15/08 11:27 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: CV]
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 Originally Posted By: CV
As long as he takes his shoes off before entering.


House rules! \:D
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#200466 - 03/15/08 11:30 AM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: Mojo]
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 Originally Posted By: Mojo
Charles and Sean,

What both of you don't realize is that Carmina Burana can't be fully appreciated unless you have M80s and an A1400 so that you may experience all of the dynamic range inherent in the recording. Charles you're half-way there. Sean, I'm not sure if your Loreleis can take the pounding that the A1400 dishes out.

As for JohnK, he will never move away from his M22s. An A1400 wouldn't do him any good because his M22s will just act as fuses \:\) .

Since both of you bought the CD, now you have to buy the remaining hardware.


You know, I'd like to see how much of a pounding an A1400 can give to my Loreleis. Uh, anyone want to donate one to me?

Since I have a small room I think my ears would give out before my speakers.
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#200472 - 03/15/08 12:10 PM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: St_PatGuy]
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 Originally Posted By: St_PatGuy
Since I have a small room I think my ears would give out before my speakers.


I can attest to the small room. As I was telling Sean while I was there, however, it's my kind of room, full of attractive hardware and plenty of media along the walls.

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#200473 - 03/15/08 12:20 PM Re: Rancho Cucamonga - Thanks, Sean [Re: CV]
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Thanks, Charles. I'm halfway tempted to put my CDs into notebooks, but I like being able to stand there and scan the titles for what I want to listen to rather than flip through pages. There will come a point, though, where I run out of space.
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