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    • Been saying it for years(decades?) they better be building a castle with a moat cuz when the little people are starving it will be easier to defend.
    • In my experience there's not much difference between modern solid state amplifiers.  If you measure them, you'll find low distortion on HiFi amps but there is not a really audible difference, at least with a non hi-end speakers.    But this area has a lot of controversy and it's really hard to debate about it without fighting. The only thing that is well know on engineering is about having a amp with plenty of power. Since music is a complex signal with a lot of short therm peaks, is good to have a amp capable to reproduce them without clipping.  The thumb rule says that if you want to get the most power of your speakers without chance of clipping you have to get an amp with 4x the power of speaker. Of course it only valid if you really wants to reach the maximum SPL levels.    If you listen music at normal levels, spending money on high power amps is just a waste. 
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    • Actually from Japan... almost an antique... probably from the late 1960s to the early 1970s...         It's never even been used.
    • remember that quote from Patrick Ewing?  Sure NBA players make a lot, but we spend a lot too.
    • I have the XL Big Green Egg,.LOVE IT. If I was looking for new, I would go with Primo, made in USA, some cool accessories that spit grill space.   Indirect for brisket, direct, 700 degrees for steaks. Pizza, everything is good on there. 
    • that brings back a memory ... when I was in the service, whenever we had to mail out a bunch of stuff, someone would say to get the "duty tongue."  It was a tube filled with water and a tiny sponge tip ... the tip remained damp and you just rubbed it over the glue on the envelope. Ingenious ... no wonder we won WWII.
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