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  1. The truth of the above posted link was that if you were planning the surgery you should get vaccinated before surgery rather than after, and if you have already had the surgery you shouldn't avoid getting vaccinated, both cases were easily treated. In addition, your numbers make the point that unless a physician is telling them not to get vaccinated, they should be making that call with their specialist.
  2. Actually posting anything about Coviid or the vaccines iii is off limits,. It appeared to be, (from the first sentence) more of an anti-vaccination commentary, so it wasn't much of a PSA, and I was just going to delete it, butt then I read the "Cliniicall Significance" portion and that did have some good PSA potential. Get vaccinated before coronea transplant surgery, if you have it planned. If you have had cornea transplants in the past don't let that stop you from getting vaccinated. As always, consult your medical professional regarding implants, vaccines, and a anything else that requires an MD as opposed to a Journal article, based on two cases (temporal relationship), from England, linked in an audio/ speaker Forum. However, if your opthalmologist has a good recommendation for a good 12AX7, please share.
  3. Everything is backed up that is who's paper related, it's going to be a little while longer unfortunately. We will have a very big announcement on August 15th on another unrelated 75th Anniversary related product. Travis
  4. Great, he knows that stuff really well. He has spoken to Roy and Trey about the entire line. In addition he has intake some of the speakers in his home and helped a friend install them in a high- end home that I believe is new construction.
  5. I would be happy to if OP would like it thete.
  6. Blue Origin claims it is "greener" than VG, that it's exhaust is water vapor. VG only goes to 50 miles (80 km) which the FAA and NASA consider "space", the international standard for "space" is the Karman line (100 km). I have a business acquaintance here in Austin that paid to go to the ISS about 12 years ago (only person to have gone to space, both poles, and the deepest part of the ocean, Marianas Trench). I think he was about the 6th self-funded space tourist, and was about the last until just these upcoming paid flights. Now it has all moved from Star City to West Texas and Las Cruces, New Mexico, which is a good thing. It's like Hertz and Avis of old, except . . . bigger and faster. "Light this candle!"
  7. That is very, very true - a proper Martini of course being made with Gin. Fortunately, for those with a less complex palate, or with an aversion to botanicals there are also many here that know how to mix/shake a proper vodka Martini.
  8. Never thought I would see the day you would be working down. I know you saw this but here is the section of the spec sheet on crossovers:
  9. As Bruce @Marvel said, it's all good, you asked for a drink from the knowledge fountain and they hit you with a fire hose, one of the good things about this Forum. Plus you got individual private, focused help. Sometimes it's just overwhelming and hard to keep up. Nice to see people posting examples of what you can end up with. Also, like with all things audio, there are many paths that you can take on this, and it's up to you to decide what is best for your situation/budget. Excited for you on your project.
  10. It is in the spec sheet I attached up above, I was intrigued by the different points in the 3 way vs. 4 way systems, 350 vs. 400, etc. I know you have done extensive trial and error testing on 3 vs 4 way pro Jubilee set ups and ended up with being happiest with the 4 way you ended up with.
  11. Out posts crossed, as you can see from up above, I can easily see your point of view. It speaks volumes that you went to the trouble to explain your response. There used to be people on this Forum that would have responded to the first post with "did you do a search?" I never really cared for that, much prefered "I posted about a XXXXX project here (with a link to thread" that may be helpful.
  12. I think Gnote was simply pointing out that the OP was asking a number of questions about finish, Duratex options, etc. which he responded to, and the OP shifted from finish to internals. I took Gnotes post just a little bit of frustration that if someone, anyone, asks a question you are going to get good solid responses here, and people are going to take the time to give good, solid advice based on experience. If someone takes the time to answer a question, most people respond and take the time to acknowledge the information. Things change for everyone and there is certainly nothing wrong in a shift in priorities to get them playing before worrying about how they look. Gnote is bringing up a good point, however, and it's happened numerous times in the past, if it appears someone who is asking a question isn't listening to responses (whether they agree with them or not), people are going to quit answering. A simple, "thank you for that information, it's great to know when it comes time to get to that point." The OP has asked about "rat fur" and answered by several people, I'm not even sure if they have carpet/rat fur covering at this point. He has asked about standard trim, factory configurations 2 or 3 times, all answered. What I see is a very, very enthusiastic new owner MCM system, or part thereof, who is trying to get the information to do what he wants to do and from the questions he is asking it looks like he needs some help on prioritization maybe? I suggested he post photos of the labels, so all of you experts could tell him exactly what trim he has (B, T or G, it's probably T). Regardless of what the label says, it could have had custom options. Photos of the trim would help you guys answer a lot of questions on that. Maybe the photos were in the original ad he was referring to. Now that he is on getting them to work right has he asked what drivers should be in there? How to properly test them? Does the fact they emit sound enough? What is the crossover situation like? He has none right? What's he going to need to make this thing work and sound right. He is on a budget, like most of us are, and he is having to make choices, what's it going to cost him in amplification, crossovers to make this thing work right? I'm not sure if he has asked that, me may, or may not, know that is a pretty critical question at this point if you are having to make decisions on whether to coat them now in duratex, vs. getting them to play. @AlmostGod attached is one of the official brochure/spec sheets for the MCM 1900, it lists the options. In addition, this Forum has a powerful search function, it is a great resource. Put in MCM 1900 and you will see there are numerous threads discussing the system that will help you obtain the general knowledge about your speakers you are sincerely trying to seek. I think there were many people who were sitting where you were right now who ended up very, very happy with the final result with the help, knowledge and assistance from the great people on this forum. I admire that you jumped into this feet first, now that you have jumped you may want to find out how deep in you are. MCM-1900.pdf
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