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    • on his return trip the speakers he will be picking up at my house are quite a bit larger ( 81 K-horns ) to deliver them to Larry in Tenn.
    • No statute of limitations, depending on your circumstances, they can dig back as far as they want or need to; but generally 10 yrs is common.

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    • Huge thank you to Jerry (TFR1) for transporting me Larry's) Scallywagger's Gen 1 Heresys. All the way up from Atlanta to Ann Arbor Michigan for me. I regret we didn't have nice weather to chat in, snowstorm on the way here...Jerry, it was a pleasure meeting you and I appreciate greatly you delivering the speakers safely to me. At this point I have not even taken them out of their packing in their original boxes but I look forward to spending some time over the weekend with them. Let it snow outside, I'll be inside enjoying the music!   Once again, the amazing people in this forum make me feel very happy to have met all of you, if even only in the virtual world!     Tim
    • Quite the nice project and ya nailed it CECAA. Tight and quiet too.  What more could you ask for?  Ha!
    • From my dac to my headphone amp. The amp is unbalanced and the preamp for my main system is also unbalanced. I want to bypass this preamp and go straight to the headphone amp while not interrupting the normal operation of my main system... my dac will function as a pre when using headpones since it has both connector outputs.
    • With a lower noise floor when closed.
    • I was thinking it was but never checked, looks different?  I don't know who bought them ?
    • The foam will make the wall assembly stiffer and more echoic. At least that's been my experience. Don't know how important one way or another that is to Cecaa in his garage. Acoustic treatment of course is still possible if wall space is available.
    • congrats to the OP there is really nothing rare to me about a set of 77 Heresys in Walnut Oil. i've seen plenty of them over the last 25 years with the E label if they were Brazillion Rosewood Laquer- Mahogany - Teak - Rosewood or even Cherry now that would be rare if you don't know     the JC stamped into the wood on the back are the first initials of the names of the 2 people who built them
    • But they also take care of gardens and almost everything else if they get enough time, they can tear up almost anything. Snakes are easier to deal with and for over 20 years so far I have only seen 2 poisonous snakes on the property. It could be why they don't bother me, some are pretty big but they won't kill you, big difference.    But the wife could care less, 1' garter snake or a 6' rat snake same thing same effect.
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