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About comay

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  1. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Same here. I have a few more new 90's records since this was taken.
  2. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    @MetropolisLakeOutfitters
  3. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Now you’re talking my language!!!!
  4. A buddy of mine in high school had a pair of Bose 4.2's and that's what got me hooked. My first "big boy" speakers were 301 Series III. I did a little research before listing then on CL recently and couldn't believe that the older 301's were fetching as much as the newer ones. I have a pair of series I 4.2's hooked up in my garage for nostalgic reasons. Bought those off of CL for $40. Every time I've upgraded equipment I can't believe what I used to think sounded good. Funny, if it weren't for Bose speakers, I wouldn't be on a Klipsch forum. And that high school buddy wouldn't have a pair of RP-280F's.
  5. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    You don't just put a record on when someone else is in the room. They might not appreciate it or respect it the way you do. Or, even worse, they'll talk while it's playing.
  6. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Your post made me think to bring this one out. I like Alabama Shakes a lot. If you like new things that sound "old", check out St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Leon Bridges, and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats. http://dai.ly/x2esad5http://dai.ly/x2esad5
  7. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    A good rainy day soundtrack.
  8. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Not as intricate as yours but I kind of did the same thing by doing a block diagram for my system.
  9. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Bottom of pic.
  10. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Let’s see if I can get through most of these without interruption. Had to crop the pic.
  11. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    I hope they rerelease Facelift on vinyl soon.
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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

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    Vinyl - Record Spinning

  14. comay

    Vinyl - Record Spinning

    Earlier this morning for game day.
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