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  • Hardrock69
    DIAMOND STATUS
    • Feb 2005
    • 21888

    PA Story...

  • jhale667
    DIAMOND STATUS
    • Aug 2004
    • 20929

    #2


    Funny, but this one about recording is borderline depressing...

    Originally posted by conmee
    If anyone even thinks about deleting the Muff Thread they are banned.... no questions asked.

    That is all.

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    Originally posted by GO-SPURS-GO
    I've seen prominent hypocrite liberal on this site Jhale667


    Originally posted by Isaac R.
    Then it's really true??:eek:

    The Muff Thread is really just GONE ???

    OMFG...who in their right mind...???
    Originally posted by eddie78
    I was wrong about you, brother. You're good.

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    • Hardrock69
      DIAMOND STATUS
      • Feb 2005
      • 21888

      #3
      Yeah it is actually.

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      • Diamondjimi
        DIAMOND STATUS
        • May 2004
        • 12086

        #4
        Gawd, I hope vinyl makes a huge comeback!
        Trolls take heed...LOG OUT & FUCK OFF!!!

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        • Nitro Express
          DIAMOND STATUS
          • Aug 2004
          • 32809

          #5
          Vinyl sounds great if you have good pressings that aren't worn. I can remember getting frustrated in the late 70's because the pressings were too thin and even warped. My dad bought some russian records when we were in the Soviet Union and man where those heavy duty. Nice and thick and flat. They played great. I wished Warner Brothers put out records that good because their pressings were shit in the late 70's and 80's.

          I could always remember deciding to leave the Dolby System on or off. It seemed to muddy up the dynamics of the music so I usually would leave it off and crank it. My dad had four six foot electrostatic speakers (the same kind you see at the end of The Doors movie when Morrison is saying goodbye) driven by two McIntosh 240 tube power amps. Those things were boat anchors. The preamp was McIntosh as well. We had a pretty good sized living room and that system sounded great.

          Some of that high end stuff made in the 1960's was built like a tank and sounded great. I still have those two 240 power amps but my parents sold the speakers. They were still working fine after all those years. The preamp went bad.

          Rush's Witchhunt sounded great cranked on that system.
          Last edited by Nitro Express; 05-04-2013, 01:42 AM.
          No! You can't have the keys to the wine cellar!

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          • Hardrock69
            DIAMOND STATUS
            • Feb 2005
            • 21888

            #6
            I sold my Dad's McIntosh amp after he died....was an early 70s solid state version, but even so it sounded incredible.

            I actually had no use for it because it had it's own "sound" so to speak. Not transparent enough for me.
            But was cool to have one for awhile.

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