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    Music and grandkids, seven currently
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    Yamaha CDC-585 disc player
    Yamaha C-60 pre amp
    Yamaha M-65 power amp
    Mac Mini music server
    Marantz 7004 Streamer/DAC
    1978 la Scala pair, refinished, and B&K A-4500 updates
    A set of 1980's Hereseys and an RC 52II for TV sound

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  1. If you do a search "rf-7 comparison" from the home page of the forum, there are a bunch of threads comparing the two models (II v/s III)
  2. Not a poor model, just superseded by the RF-7 III, so the retail value of the II has dropped.

    What I Got Today!

    Just got back from my latest grandsons baptism in Kansas City and what do I find in my mailbox? Some liquid deliscious, courtesy of @oldtimer. Both are quite zesty and tasty. The Mordor Mud is fruity and fast acting, with a smooth finish, while the Soltice Scream wakens the whole palate, with a building finish that concentrates on the front of the tongue. 👅. Thanks @oldtimer.

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    Could be a sauce, could be gravy. Depends what part uv Nooo Yawk yer from, or what part uv Sicily de grand father Iz frum. I pretty much did. Nothing was measured, but I'll estimate: 3 dozen small tomatoes, diced (been pretty hot, so the termaters are small) 4 figs, diced 2 jalapeños, 2 banana peppers, diced 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1/2 small onion, diced 1 -2 tbsp balsamic vinegar dash of chipotle powder simmer to a suitable viscosity. Mangia. Note: browned hamburger or sausage may be added to taste about halfway thru the simmer. oh yeah, 1/2 tsp oregano as well

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    Been a garden kind of day. Picked sum termaters and 🌶. Diced said veggies, added four diced figs, garlic, onion, and balsamic vinegar. Also a dash of blood orange olive oil, from a local orchard, the Queen Creek Olive Mill. https://www.queencreekolivemill.com/ In a few hours I'll have about a quart uv deliscioso. Me Gusta.

    What I Got Today!

    Two to three pounds of fresh black mission figs still warm from my tree. Now to deliver them to my wife's co-workers at the hospital......
  7. Now yer cookin' wit gas....... I prefer gas over electric, and not just fer de expressions.


    Easily topped. (Or bottomed?) But this Iz the wrong place for such shenanigans.

    Thread CRAPPING Honey Pot

    Ahhhhhhh yes. The shitstorm reference in the "Thread Crapping" thread. Wether intentional or not, the irony is most appropriate. Well played, Mr. Smith, well played.
  10. JBCODD

    Wanted: Epic CF-4 - Seattle - Cherry

    Welcome back!
  11. JBCODD

    Your first?

    26 years old, in Frankfurt, West Germany Heresy 26 years old, in Frankfurt, West Germany Heresy Fast forward 32 years, five children raised, got a pair of La Scala. Schweeeeet. Still have the Heresy. They provide tv sound now.
  12. JBCODD

    Master Stereo System - 3 Piece

    @Schu Does George Jetson know you have his tables? I had some similar, but my oldest daughter took them when she got married. They were quite worn, as my three boys were hard on furniture ( heh heh heh.....I said hard on), but my daughters father in law refinished them very nicely. I like that style.
  13. JBCODD

    78s Free to a Good Home

    @muel enjoy! @rplace thanks for the generous offer. It is things like this which make the forum a great place!
  14. JBCODD

    78s Free to a Good Home

    I second the motion. If Muel does not care for them I'll give them a spin on my Victrola.
  15. I think so. I listened to my Heresy 1 for over 30 years before moving up. They are quite good. Just be sure all the driver are functional.