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I'm drinking bourbon- AMA

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Pictures or this thread is worthless. 

 

What kind? 

 

Cincy

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Well, the point is that I'm a little inebriated, so maybe ask me some pointed questions and see how I respond. At any rate - today I'm doing some Old Forester 1920.

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Make a video and teach us how to properly solder giant silver bars and 8 AWG wire.  

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I'm not hammered, but I do have a nice buzz going.

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I'll join you later with some Bullitt Frontier Whiskey.

 

For now, what benefits do steep slope x-overs bring to Heritage La Scalas or Khorns? 

 

Cincy

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36 minutes ago, Deang said:

Well, the point is that I'm a little inebriated, so maybe ask me some pointed questions and see how I respond. At any rate - today I'm doing some Old Forester 1920.

OK so is it true you are taking soldering lessons  from JDM?

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Just now, Dave A said:

OK so is it true you are taking soldering lessons  from JDM?

Those aren’t solder joints. Those are silver boogers from a huge sneeze..

 

Cincy

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3 minutes ago, Dave A said:

OK so is it true you are taking soldering lessons  from JDM?

Uh, no. Never use solder as "glue", and don't use more than you need.

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1 minute ago, Deang said:

Uh, no. Never use solder as "glue", and don't use more than you need.

How about using JB Weld? Or was it JD Weld?

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5 minutes ago, cincymat said:

... what benefits do steep slope x-overs bring to Heritage La Scalas or Khorns? 

 

Cincy

 

Higher power handling capability. Good for large rooms and/or live level listening. However, many find the experience disappointing. Bob and me love replacing them. I just did two in the last month.

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6 minutes ago, Deang said:

... and don't use more than you need.

 

Though you do need enough to mass-damp the joint so it doesn't degrade the sound quality by 3.7% due to resonant vibrations up in the midrange.

 

I'm not drunk, just drinkin'

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Ties are on opposite ends of the capacitors to cancel out dielectric wave phase irregularities.

 

The round thing is a combatistrator. Patent Pending.

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OK; opening a bottle of wine :D  17 minutes late :(  Cheers :D 

Would have done bourbon, but want to stay awake for the 8pm Indy Car race :) 

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Lets talk abour your tie wraps and how white or clear give you the worst possible sound. They must sound awful. Replace with blue or red...

 

 

 

 

 

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The whole zip tie thing is another level beyond stupid. Why not ask me if I believe I'm ripping people off by pushing film and foils?

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