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The Dude

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The Dude last won the day on February 6 2016

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About The Dude

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    Total Awesomeness
  • Birthday 05/24/1982

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Omaha
  • Interests
    Audio duh.
  • My System
    TV room, where we spend a lot of our time
    Sony Bravia KDL-40V3000
    Onkyo TX-NR509
    PS3
    Nvidia Shield for streaming Plex, Netflix, Sling, etc. No more cable.
    Cornwall/Heresy/Cornwall

    2 Channel rig in the craft room
    Sansui 5050
    Marantz tape deck (under construction)
    Thorens TD 166 MK2
    Klipsch Heresies

    All cables are DIY

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    dimes4ever@msn.com

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  1. I had a hell of a time this year getting my Chocolate Reaper, Chocolate Habaneros, Chocolate Ghost seeds to germinate. I need a setup like this for next year. Looks simple, plastic shelving with lighting system. Any insight would be appreciated. To answer OPs question. I like Reapers for heat in rubs, but flavor I preferer Habaneros and Jalapenos. I always grow Reapers, habaneros, and Jalapenos. Last year I grew a Trinidad scorpion, this year I will substitute that for a Ghost. If Peeper Joes comes through for me, I will add some Chocolate varieties as mentioned above.
  2. I don't have cats or an answer to fixing your scratches, but I purchased glass tops for my Cornwalls to prevent anyone from doing anything I can't stop in time. The problem I have with glass tops is that mine do have a tendency to slide easily. I would be worried that one of the cats kicks it off when taking off. Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
  3. The Dude

    SLUMMING

    I went back through my messages, couldn't find the picture, but I recall you could tell it had been played, not rough, just played, ok maybe rough. Anyway, she did state it was from 65' and I believe it was black.
  4. I had a similar situation with a watch I sent in for repairs/refurbishing. Typically top notch service from this dealer, but not this time. No updates, no emails, phone calls, nothing. Every time I called to talk to the branch manager, they were never there. I told the last person I talked to that I needed to hear from him by the end of the day with a resolution as I was told multiple excuses and the dealer kept blaming the manufacture. Finally I called the manufacture and got the complete story. It was as simple as being on the phone for 25 mins. Maybe try calling Marantz and asking them?
  5. When did you order? Lots of items are out of stock, I ordered a dishwasher and there were 15 coming in towards the middle of May with 100+ people waiting on them. I did order a Marantz SR5015 from accessories4less on Wednesday and received it that following Saturday. Maybe your local dealer ordered theirs later than everyone else? Have you checked stock at other distributors?
  6. I voted no, but then after thinking about I would for research purposes. Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
  7. The Dude

    SLUMMING

    This last year a gal posted a Fender Strat made in USA for dirt cheap, like $400 dirt cheap. Don't know how accurate the serial number was and if looking up years based on the serial is correct, but when I did, it was something in the late 60s early 70s. When I messaged her that the guitar may be worth more, she said she knew and was selling it to someone for $500.00. I never knew a guitar could play fast until I watched an interview with Buddy Webster about designing and building the Dean From Hell for Dimebag Darrell. Very interesting what they did to that body style. Dimes always liked that guitar, not just because of looks, but because at the time they were cheap at pawn shops. Buddy helped design the guitar to how it plays/sounds today. I'm sure Dean's builds aren't nothing comparable to what Dean did, but very interesting none the less. Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
  8. I stream Spotify from phone to car stereo no problems. Laptop to monoprice hybrid integrated can be choppy, but I chalked that up to the internet in my office. Stream Spotify to Shield and chromecast with no issues. My guess it's the device that sends/receives that is the issue. Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
  9. This sounds interesting. Any pics to give a better idea how it looks?
  10. Sorry to have just seen this, RIP. Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
  11. I have seen similar repairs that worked as well. Being a passive, I would think that it is less crucial.
  12. The question didn't need to be asked as mine were not original as mentioned in thread. Even all that being said and as I explained to someone who told me my speakers weren't worth a cent as they did not contain the original components, even if i was to replace them with the original K-33s (that I could have probably purchased for under $500), I don't believe they still are worth 2k. Ironically, I believe I traded you those K33s for the Eminence Kappas that were in the Cornwalls. To answer your question, as someone had mentioned, I needed to move on. Still crying today as those Cornwalls were somewhat special to me, one of the best sounding speakers out there (regardless of mods), and the wife even liked the looks (Yes the new ones are growing on her, but she really liked the cane on raw birch). Still crying here, but fortunate/grateful to own Cornwall IVs (another one of the worlds greatest speakers) Bottom line, anything is worth anything that anyone is willing to pay.
  13. Apparently "vintage, all original" is the thing now and people are willing to pay top price for it. I was told if my Cornwalls would have been untouched with all original components, they would be worth twice what I was asking/sold them for.
  14. The Dude

    SLUMMING

    Good go to hear from you! Funny how your talking Les Paul, just this morning I was listening to some GNR at the gym and Coma was playing. Great song all around, but get to about 6 minutes and on and it hits a certain way. One has to think "if one wanted to know how a Les Paul should sound, this is it" . At least that's my opinion. Slash has to be one of my favorite Les Paul players out there. A guy who makes that guitar sound as it should, totally jams. Coma - YouTube
  15. I just ordered a new Marantz AVR that has HEOS. One thing lead to another and found this HEOS drive zone amp that looks pricey, but once price come down $1000, it may be worth it. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Denon-HEOS-Drive-HS2-Multi-Room-Streaming-Amplifier-Black-/174684545086?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 Sent from my SM-G986U using Tapatalk
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