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    • If that was the last few you gave me to try Yes it is good, and I don't like all beer.    What you put in my little glass was also very good, and I surely don't like all Irish whisky. 
    • Some on the forum, including some Klipsch folks, should find this book to be a little light reading. 1000 pages. According to the table of contents there is a bit in it on that PWK fellow.    http://www.hornspeakersystems.info/
    • I think I'll have one or more Konig Ludwig Weissbiers before calling it a night...even DTEL likes this bier!
    • I did, and you said A fork which made it sound worse. But it would be easy to wash all one of them, you could only use one at a time anyway.    Might have been head of your time, maby one spare if it broke or got lost to keep you from using your fingers.
    • That's just kissing up right there. 
    • Thanks for your input @Panelhead. I've searched high and low and even spoken to a few wool dealers in South Africa, and none of them are entirely sure what the audiophiles are referring to when they say Long Fiber Wool. The closest I could get to that here is the Karakul Wool I linked to above, but I don't know if this product would have the right acoustic characteristics. I did find this website last night: https://meniscusaudio.com/product/wool/ so at least now I know what it looks like, but this would require international shipping to South Africa. However if the outcome of this thread is that I should be using Long Fiber Wool, then I'll ask them what it would cost to send it to me.
    • Try the internet for the wool. Should be able to source some. Check some diy speaker supply websites.
    • Kapton another DuPont product it has much higher thermal capacity compared to Mylar which is a type of polyester film.
    • i ain’t a Texan ... it had beans ... I LOVE beans.  If i could only eat one food item for the rest of my life, it would be beans. I like it so that’s refined ... to me. I’d say that i dress up fancy when i eat; but, that would be a big fat lie.  I only own blue jean levis. 99% of the time it’s a t-shirt and sneakers. That’s just me ... a refined guy ... good taste in clothes and food. It’s a great responsibly actually.  Go Raiders.
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