5/31/14 at 10:10am
Posts by El_Doug
3/1/14 at 9:06pm
ugh... decided to make a login since I was tired after reaching half way through silver, and wanted to continue tomorrow... of course, it starts you at the beginning!!! I don't know how much more Claude Pelouse I can handle
2/13/14 at 1:02pm
BHSE w/ RK50 attenuator, blue, wired for North American voltage. Perfect condition, all original accessories and packaging. Just bought a condo, wife wants hardwood floors installed... so this will have to help pay for it. And really, ever since getting Quad ESL speakers, I've turned the thing on maybe 10 times over the past year. CONUS strongly preferred simply due to the size of the box. Paypal or wire.
2/13/14 at 7:51am
Mint condition, purchased from Elusive Disc, authorized USA seller. All original packaging, manual, etc. included. Priced for a quick sale. Pics to be uploaded tonight once I'm home from work. Just bought a condo, wife wants new hardwood floors... and ever since getting Quad ESL speakers, these have never left the box. Paypal or bank transfer accepted.
2/7/14 at 5:31pm
11/10/13 at 10:53pm
10/29/13 at 8:20am
The cartridges cannot usually be refilled, since they are simply pierced on the top, and do not have a valve (such as a scuba tank would). However they are usually made of steel, and can thus be recycled easily! And remember, the CO2 in them is simply extracted from the air, not generated through any kind of chemical reaction - so you are essentially taking it out of the air, and then putting it back into the air, for a net CO2 emission of zero. Now granted, a minute...
10/26/13 at 1:24pm
You are correct. I honestly laugh every time I see people say "wow, such high impedance, you really need a super powerful amp!" - i stopped trying to educate people, because no matter how many times you try explaining it, the pop-rumor will always prevail. Speaker guys understand this, though. They know that their 2ohm speakers need the worlds beefiest amps compared to standard 8ohm models
10/25/13 at 3:18pm
Fun! I made a headphone amp out of a Charlize a few years ago, it worked fantastically... don't recall the resistors i wired in parallel to the output, but using a transformer might be quite a bit of fun too!
10/17/13 at 1:51pm