recently bought the new 203 so this is for sale. solid 10 all around. comes with everthing from oppo. rarely used this one cause i have a second 103 i used in my home theater. US only
$350 cash local pickup in cincy, ohio area 45202 exact shipping charges to your location plus 3% paypal
to Groovy, the neighbors house where this happened.... are a bunch of punks but for the mother. (I'm going to chop up a long story)
Even their uncle has told us to not deal with the boys, his nephews, as they are bad news, seed, characters... They've been in jail almost as much as out.
Seems one of them once pulled a gun on their father... nice group.
Their uncle (mothers brother) finally came and took her away without telling anyone (without telling her sons, we have been in conversation with him)
They are evicting her sons from the house and then she's going to sell it.
Though you never know who's going to move in, it's hard to think the neighborhood can go DOWN after they're gone (they're now gone & house is empty) We could have some real bad people move in and still be an upgrade!!
Fortunately, the house has a couple acres and is right across from the lake. I would expect a typical redneck might not find that as appealing as much as a typical yuppie type.
The other neighbor (this house is sandwiched between our 250 acres and another neighbors 40 acres)
anyway, the other neighbor works with my wife. I've told the wife she needs to plant the idea that they should buy this house and level it so they can control who lives there (or not).
How Bizarre. My wife & I watched the Hatfield & McCoy mini series with Mr Paxton playing the head of the McCoy family. Our payers to his family. We all have an appointment with our maker. May God bless Bill and hold him in his arms.
OK, sorry about the lenses. I stand corrected. I honestly thought they look stripped down to bare metal. Saw the pictures elsewhere and thought the same thing. Good to know on the woofers I bet they sound incredible.
Anyway, sure wish I could snag 'em, they are beautiful. All the luck with the sale.
I'm currently a computer technician. I've basically been building computers since I was a kid but don't really have much of a passion for it anymore. I've lately been thinking of taking a different direction and audio is something I have always been extremely passionate about. I am sure many of you can relate. Wondering, how many of you do some sort of audio related work for a living, if so how did you get into it and how do you like it?
I don't know the local laws. The Detective on the case was the one who brought up the idea. He said I could get it back for free but, THEY had to take it as evidence and I wouldn't get it back until the case was over OR, I could reimburse the shop and get it back myself.
I chose the latter so I could close this door behind me. It was after all, my stupidity of leaving it out in the open at the end of a dead-end road on my backhoe, open to steal.... so I'll eat that as a lesson.
Frankly, I'm just glad to have it back. When I called the shop to verify they had it, I asked the guy to describe it....he said he hadn't seen it...hang on.... went to look at it, came back saying "dayum, that thing doesn't look like it's ever been used. It looks brand new but for some sawdust on the blade"
Yep, that's mine.