Can a sound stage be TOO big???
- Post n°28
MarcVBelgium wrote:Can somebody explain to me how to include a picture in the messages ?
Marc, there's a Sticky on the first page of the Forum Basket that covers how to post pictures. I've never bothered to try, but obviously some of the brighter guys have mastered it. Here's a direct link: http://dynacotubeaudio.forumotion.com/t1084-how-to-post-a-photo-on-the-dynaco-tube-audio-forum
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- Post n°29
Laminarman wrote:fswidecki wrote:\"Laminarman wrote: now that I feel like the biggest dork on this forum.
Nope, never fear, I think that's still me.
You can't have the title dude unless you tell what you did that was more idiotic than me..
Well, suddenly I'd just as soon not say. I still think I've got you beat, but I'm just not in the same league with sKiZo.
I hope he lets us know how it turns out.
- Post n°32
pmarcin wrote:LOL. Dork of the Year sounds like a good traveling prize. I don't know how many times I've almost electrocuted myself after leaving equipment turned on.
"Almost electrocuted" is the key phrase here. It separates us from mere mortals. Got my first taste of serious juice wrecking a big old color TV a repairman gave me for parts when I were a pup. Hauled it home with help from a friend and we just started tearing into it. It was still a bit warm from the repairman's bench. That big copper coil thing on the end of the CRT tossed both of us into old age; if we'd been standing on a metal floor or at a metal bench there would just have been a puddle. That was enough "almost" for me. I even give my wife's electric toothbrush a wide berth.