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LOL! No, you don't - someone else surely will.

On 06/19/2014 10:11 AM, Shai Drori wrote:
> You guys are way off. You need to have your repair man make the spin 
> cycle go only counter clock wise in the northern hemisphere. Gheez, do 
> I have to teach you everything?
> Shai
> בתאריך 19/06/14 1:05 PM, ציטוט Carl Pultz:
>> I've tried fabric softener to enhance liquidity, but I prefer the 
>> real thing - EL-84s. Seriously, I have a home-brew tube amp for a 
>> system in the garage. It's nice to have reference to old-school hifi 
>> sound while having Benchmark/Bryston/Raal-Accuton modernity too. 
>> Reinforces what the guys were saying on the Headroom thread.
>>
>> On 06/18/2014 10:21 PM, Frank Strauss wrote:
>>>> And with an extension cord snaked to the basement, the computer 
>>>> reaches
>>>> another dedicated line. In the laundry room. I came to this in stages,
>>>> having done the single circuit to minimize differences in chassis 
>>>> potential
>>>> idea for ages. That may be the ticket for tube systems. On my SS 
>>>> gear, this
>>>> sounds much better, particularly with the computer plug change. Only
>>>> problem with that is the soundstage gets unstable during the 
>>>> spin-cycle.
>>>
>>> ​Hi Carl-Have you thought of trying different detergents?​  I can't 
>>> play an
>>> lp during the spin cycle.  I'm trying to get my wife to take the 
>>> clothes
>>> down to the stream and beat them with a rock.
>>>
>>>
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