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  • Birthday 04/11/1960

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  1. Coytee

    2-way Jubilee CD?

    Probably cost less too!
  2. Coytee

    2-way Jubilee CD?

    OK, why don't you just jump in front of my comment, never mind it was 38 minutes ago!! Ralph was also a quasi-dealer as I understand it. He helped someone else in England get a pair. (was he an official dealer, I don't know but on his website that I used to know, he advertised them) (shrugs shoulders)
  3. Coytee

    2-way Jubilee CD?

    That would have been Ralph in Slough, England (outside London). When I visited with him, he (somewhat under his breath) said he didn't feel his speakers had enough "tinkle" to them. When I looked at them, I was looking down a tube (on the 402) instead of the bug screen which is pretty flush otherwise. I never thought about turning it around but got a picture to Roy and Roy confirmed he had a wrong driver & sent the correct one and Ralph's tinkle, was restored.... I love a story with a tinkley ending.
  4. Coytee

    The King of Instruments - Pipe Organ

    When in Hope once, Roy asked me to go to the basement in the lab... I never could make sense of his directions.
  5. Coytee

    The King of Instruments - Pipe Organ

    I've always loved the authority of a big pipe organ.
  6. Coytee

    What's the weather like where you're at?

    Yes she did it was one of those hairline splits up near the knee because of how contorted she became when she fell
  7. Coytee

    What's the weather like where you're at?

    It's not been too cold here.... just wet, more wet.....and even more wet. We have a (dry) pond that fills with rain when it rains HARD. Today, it didn't rain and the pond is filled. It filled a day or so ago when we had just a drizzle. Ground is so saturated that my wife walked out to take a dog out.... slipped on the grass (grass uprooted on her) and she broke her leg. I can't take my backhoe nor tractor out without absolutely shredding the grass they drive upon. We try to keep field in front of house nice & clean cut but when you walk out there it's squishy mud as again, the turff is just hanging on, ready to uproot in a moment. I can deal with cold (though I don't like it) but this endless rain/fog, more rain makes me feel we're in Seattle or something. (don't they get tons of rain up there?)
  8. I agree. My wife ....well....I can't tell you how far back into her head she rolled her eyes. She almost looked like Reagan (of the Exorcist) with her eyes rolled so far! Now that the hard part is over, it makes it a breeze.
  9. I'll second (third/fourth? I don't know where I am in line) that!
  10. I'm not the one to ask... When I did my basement, I had open walls. I also needed a second distribution panel in the garage so, I created four (4) 20 amp circuits and put them on a lightswitch panel so my wife could easily turn things on/off at the flick of a switch. (works very well) I have an amp (K2) on each Juiblee at front right/left. My center doesn't exist but each location has a switched upper outlet and the lower outlet is always hot (for those items you don't want to lose power to) I ran the wires through the closet so I have four columns in there, corresponding to each speaker location and each of those outlets is also switched on top and hot on bottom. Yeah, it's over kill but I had the outlets, had the space and SWORE that I would never again, do what I was doing upstairs when I first put the system together....that being, having something like 15 plugs daisy-chained into power strips and going into a single outlet. I detested every moment of that and decided I'd have too many outlets so everything can properly plug in without using a power strip. One reason I decided on four 20 amp circuits, is I was going to buy (and have space for it in the garage) a SurgeX protector that uses 4 circuits. (let's face it, four 20 amp circuits is over kill for power) https://www.ametekesp.com/surgex/branch-circuit/branch-circuit-120-208v None the less, since it had 4 circuits and I had room, I put four circuits in and it works like a charm. Took a while to get the wiring done since it was somewhat tedious. Here's a picture of the closet and the front left corner. Notice the outlet up high. I was also wiring in case I wanted to put a tube amp on the 402 (I guess it could be SS) but what if I wanted to build a shelf above the speaker and set the amp up there? With the short power cords of my K2's, the outlet made that an easy proposition. I have instead, set the K2 atop the speaker and plugged the amp in the lower outlet. Oh, and my wife was screaming bloody murder when she saw the orange outlets!!! I told her to simply not touch anything orange (for lighting, cleaning, radio....anything) Switches on top are for the electronics, the lower switches are for the room.
  11. ...and plugged into a 15 amp outlet...
  12. I'm guessing that's an understatement!!
  13. Coytee

    Heresy 3 observation(s) :Edit:

    No worries, it was fun trying to pick on you!
  14. Coytee

    Heresy 3 observation(s) :Edit:

    I'm guessing he lives in Yellowknife, NWT (North West Territory??) Does that equate to out in the middle of nowhere in western Canada?? Probably not to many polar bears willing to invite him to their hibernation holes, but that's just a guess.
  15. Coytee

    Shelf life of lubricants

    I think my tractor uses 25 or 30 gallons. I think it’s 25 and they recommend overfilling at 5 gallons And put in 30. The price of it is approximately $125 per 5 gallon bucket and I need six buckets. I don’t want to change it to often
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