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    Re: The Truth about The Trinity Sessions

    I had the same problem using search until I left out the word "sessions". I was looking for a higher rez version than the rebook in my NAS.
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Table done and installed. It went well except it was raining when we brought the top in. Nothing that a towel couldn't remedy.

    We had dinner on it last night the it worked fine. Plates stayed...
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    Re: Networking for audiophiles

    Andrew presented a great basic description of how the network is applied for audio. I will definitely share it with a few friends and family that have asked me how it all works.

    I am a SGC owner...
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    Re: The Truth about The Trinity Sessions

    Well, I went back and listened to the Trinity Revisited yesterday. I was pleasantly surprised that I liked it as much as I did.

    That would be with the exception of Sweet Jane, that unfortunately...
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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    Thanks guys. We currently use a Roku Ultra for some programing. As for the remote we are using an RTI unit that combined all of our remotes into one for my wife. Unfortunately it is kind of like...
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    Re: Cord Cutting Options

    Can someone tell me how does Apple TV differ from Roku?

    Thanks
  7. Thread: Aragon is back

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    Re: Aragon is back

    I had 2004 with 24K and their D2A DAC. I Used them with Spica TC-50s for years.

    I still use the 2004 for from L & R their 3005 for other channels on HT duty in the living room. The Spica's are...
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    Re: The Truth about The Trinity Sessions

    I guess I need to give Trinity Revisited another try maybe I was expecting to much of the original on my previous listening.
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Took the old table apart today and prepped it for its trip to its new home where ever that is.

    Moved everything I could carry in and put the bases and apron together. Can't wait for Saturday.
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Getting close to the end with this project.
    I sprayed the final coats of lacquer yesterday afternoon and I will start putting the pedestals together today.

    I set up some of my rolling staging...
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    Re: Hello, from London !

    Welcome to to the forum. Looks like a great combination of equipment.
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    Re: The Truth about The Trinity Sessions

    I don't think I have ever heard the tracks but what Margot Timmins vocals were subdued to the point that you had concentrate to hear it. Is it possible that both of the copies of the cd I have are...
  13. Re: Post a Picture, a Photograph, an Image, a Drawing.....That you like to share.

    Went out last night to pour a bag of corn for the deer that pass through our area. Returning to the house I noticed this 12"-15" tall guy or girl on a branch about 10' off the ground. Their back was...
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    Re: Hello from Auckland, New Zealand!

    It is amazing the speed they are able to achieve in the current boats. That and the rate of acceleration that it has.
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    That would be unusual for the "Panel B' to be fed from "Panel A" in this manor. If that was the case "Panel B" would be on the generator. Is there a 200 amp breaker/disconnect in "Panel A" to control...
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    Re: Hello from Auckland, New Zealand!

    Welcome back SRC666

    My wife and I loved your city. In 2019 we were able to fulfill a bucket list item. When we were there we chartered one of the Americas Cup boats to take us out sailing. It...
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    I added blocks to the corners of the base just to break up the plain appearance. I will use a square block at the corners of the apron under the table top to carry the same detail another place.
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Kouppis this was the sample from the mini kids table I worked out.
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    Re: Hanging ceiling panels - how I did it

    I had not seen this thread previously. Great job Mrppv.
    I must say one of my favorite parts, the contraptions people build to perform a task. The tripod with an L bracket and piece of wood clamped...
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Thanks Kuoppis & MPW

    There will be an apron of walnut that will attach to the lighter wood pieces you see in the pic. All of the horizontal pieces you see will have a dado or groove in them. That...
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    After making bases for each pedestal, I temporarily mounted the leg pieces to each in order to determine the proper spacing under the table top.
    After creatively finding a way to move the 200+ lb....
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Once all of the pieces that make up each leg are finished to size there is one more cut to make.
    Each leg is made up of 3 pieces. The center piece needed to be cut shorter to accept the structure...
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Once the thickness is right I use the template for the shape of the pedestal legs to draw the shape, to cut out on the band saw 1/16" larger than the finished size.

    Next the template is attached...
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    Re: I guess it is a hobby now.

    Tiny furniture is finished so, it's back to the dining room table.

    Started with roughing out lumber to the curve of the pattern for the pedestal parts.
    I smooth one face on the jointer then send...
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    I realize its not the case but, it is as though they had old parts left over and are trying to use them up.
    CD players usually seem to be stream lined and kind of sexy. This one is like my great...
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