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  • Recent Posts

    • I have the A-55G and CT120 combo in La Scala's with a modified Type A network and find it enjoyable. Dunno if it's "right", but it sounds good.
    • Chuck is that your store?   Rick
    • For those who don't want to click, KB-WO, $2900 for the pair.  
    • Nothing out of place here. ☺️   For me I started to realize when moving through the basement was getting difficult.
    • It's been a long time since I've seen a Tercel for sale. I'd love to demo one.  Day dreamer, I am.
    • An addiction isn't always a problem unless of course the dealer is out of stock.
    • I don't have no problem......




      ........but now that you mention it.......




      .........I think I have a serious problem.



      Anybody got some tubes they wanna sell me?

      Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk

    • When did you know you had an addiction to audio gear?  I figured it out when getting settled into my first apartment in 1988 and I looked around at the bean bag chairs, the cardboard boxes for end and coffee tables and a $1400 two channel system in the corner. 
    • Our local Sams has the pull-out.  I agree with you about the tire-kicker concept.  It's not great but I guess it's better than nothing.   I have a box spring I am going to keep, just need the mattress.  SC may not have that Ridgemont model you mentioned, but it sounds like you are recommending the plush pillowtop?  I'm sure SC Serta has an equivalent.  It gives me a place to look.   EDIT:  Here is the Sams Serta: https://www.samsclub.com/sams/serta-perfect-sleeper-luxury-hybrid-glenmoor-super-pillowtop-queen-mattress/prod21070222.ip?xid=plp_product_1_1   You mentioned two things, the Serta Perfect Sleeper and the motel mattresses.  I saw the motel models in the SC on-line.  Is a motel mattress something I need, or should consider?  Is it superior to a standard home mattress?  Which was the best mattress you ever slept it, the Serta or the motel mattress?   FYI I am also a big guy, Cpap user, Philips unit.  I sleep mostly on my back.
    • IOW, the 120's are direct drop-in for all speakers, but the 125's are not.
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