Sorry WVU but for the second time this year Huggy's boys couldn't hold a double digit lead against the Jayhawks. Huggins eventually tossed from the game after a questionable call near the end of the game. There always seems to be heavy handed calls to the visiting team and this game was no different. I think the Jayhawks went to the line at a 3:1 ratio to WV. Rock Chalk --
As is Remington Arms. Announced prior to the Florida school tragedy. I believe they are, were the oldest arms manufacturer in the US. Dozens of lawsuits from accidental discharges finally broke their back. Sorry to thread crap ---
I spent some years trying out different interconnects and speaker cables in my system. Settled on some that sounded best to me, the rest sit in a box in my office. Audiquest, Van den hull, synergistic research, MIT, Cardas, lots of stuff sitting around, some in use, some not. None seemed to have as much influence on the sound as my electronics...so I focused on getting my system to a point where I loved the music and stopped tweaking. I am sure people can optimize any and all pieces of their system, including cables. I say more power to them, if it helps them enjoy the music more. I won’t call foul even if they use magic dots on thier LPs, Just don’t tell me what’s right or wrong for me in my house, on my system with my music. Enjoy the music. Warm regards from sunny El Salvador, Tony
I have been a Klipsch junkie for over forty five years and I wanted to hear my Klipsch with the best amps possible. I noticed that Paul Klipsch used McIntosh amps to power his speakers. So I went out and purchased McIntosh amps to power my Klipsch. Man! What a great sound!
I found a great deal on a McIntosh XCS200 center channel speaker and man that thing is the best sounding speaker I have ever heard!! The clarity is just unreal compared the the Klipsckorns I have as my L/R.
What is McIntosh doing to there speakers that Klipsch is not?
I am now in the market for new L/R front speakers....