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For sale is my Infinity Interlude IL120s subwoofer. 12" driver, weighs 45lbs. It works flawlessly and puts out massive musical bass. It has line and speaker level inputs, room frequency response calibration and a low pass filter. When released this was reviewed as one of the best subs under $1000. Selling due to planned purchase of full-range speakers.   Has some minor scuffs and marks, and some scraping along the bottom edge of the veneer. The speaker grill is included...
I have some $ to upgrade my audio systems but can't decide where to spend it. My current systems: Home theater/2 channel audio: Triangle Titus monitors, Infinity IL120s sub, Sony SA 9000es dvd/sacd, Creek 5350SE, PS Audio Power Plant Premier, Schiit Bifrost DAC for the digital out of the cable box. Office headphone system: RA HR-2 amp, Audinst HUD MX-1 (Dac only), UE-18 Pro, connected to a PC running Win XP and Foobar. Home computer: Creative X-Fi Titanium HD,...
4770k @ 4.3 - Noctua D-14 Asus z87 PRO 8gigs G.Skill low voltage 7970 Crossfire Samsung 840 Pro 120gb Crucial M4 120gb  x2 Some big storage drive OCZ ZX 850 Some big case with 200mm fans. Can't remember the brand.   It's complete overkill for pretty much everything but it sure is fun.
Sent you a pm. Interested in the Bifrost alone.
This is quite possibly the best thread I've read on head-fi. Period. Thanks to all who contributed.
  There's a place near me that sells mostly Jamaican patties. You can smell the oil down the block but can't smell the food until you go in. Pretty nasty.
I think a lot of them are probably buying them as a gift for a man.
Crazy lady on the subway. Smelled like the fermented and baked contents of several porto potties. Like if you did all your business in your thick wool garments every day for 3 years and never changed them. She appeared to be wearing a heavy dose of pungent perfume to mask the smell but it made it 10 times worse. Within 2 stops, half the subway car was cleared out. People were gagging 20 feet away. I moved to the next car along with a group of women and one of them...
I caught on to the same cycles of popularity in home hi-fi as well. New offerings, new companies get their 15min and then poof. I now only buy from established companies that offer US-based warranty service/customer support, and  I buy older bits that have withstood the test of time.
I'd recommend learning to ride a regular bike first, if you haven't. I'd also recommend telling your doctor your concerns. He/she could definitely point you towards a physical therapist or other professional who could assist you.
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