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Ya know, when I sit in my van listening to music, I use the car stereo, not the garage hifi. Besides, how can you use the garage stereo when it is raining and the windows are up? And if it is raining in your garage, close the washer lid.


But what would I know. My entire system including computers runs on a single outlet, and never a noise I don't want.
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On Jun 19, 2014, at 7:11 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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