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post #691 of 699
I've only ordered once from Hibiki-An - thankfully, it wasn't customs retarded. Their stuff was very good, if a bit dear.
post #692 of 699
Kind of a weird question - does anyone have any suggestions for good Chinese/Japanese tea shops in DC (besides ching ching CHA), Den Hague/Amsterdam, or Bruxelles?

Trying to do a little holiday travel planning.
post #693 of 699
A little Hojicha for the evening:
post #694 of 699
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A little Hojicha for the evening:

Very nice, though I would never put tea on top of my amps, they are well ventilated and that would end in disaster.

post #695 of 699
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Very nice, though I would never put tea on top of my amps, they are well ventilated and that would end in disaster.

 

It is pretty risky, but I don't think it's a complete off-limits thing unless he's wasted.

 

Might as well use the Class A inefficiency on something

post #696 of 699
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It is pretty risky, but I don't think it's a complete off-limits thing unless he's wasted.

Might as well use the Class A inefficiency on something
What you really need is one of those 500 Watt class A Atma Sphere moboblocks. Put a sheet of metal over the tube and you've got yourself a grill.
post #697 of 699
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What you really need is one of those 500 Watt class A Atma Sphere moboblocks. Put a sheet of metal over the tube and you've got yourself a grill.

 

I don't doubt that for a second.

 

I'd like to see Schiit design a mid-tier class AB solid state amp around the price of the Lyr

post #698 of 699
It's all good. The WA3 keeps the pot warm and I can listen to tunes and surf the web comfortably. It's just a WA3, it would survive a teanami....and if it did not, everything inside is easily replaceable. Other than the case, it's mostly my internals. The stack to the left is all DIY as well...KSA5 clone and balanced dynalo. Im working on a balanced Dynahi for the pile....it will keep the tea warmer. smily_headphones1.gif
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It is pretty risky, but I don't think it's a complete off-limits thing unless he's wasted.

Might as well use the Class A inefficiency on something
post #699 of 699
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It's all good. The WA3 keeps the pot warm and I can listen to tunes and surf the web comfortably. It's just a WA3, it would survive a teanami....and if it did not, everything inside is easily replaceable. Other than the case, it's mostly my internals. The stack to the left is all DIY as well...KSA5 clone and balanced dynalo. Im working on a balanced Dynahi for the pile....it will keep the tea warmer. smily_headphones1.gif


Funny because I own a W3 and i had that exact tea pot for a while. That tea pot is made with glass about a thin as a Christmas tree bulb. Lol.


The worst thing would be being shocked by touching it and not noticing a small leak.


Pictures like this always get reactions here. I posted a W3 next to a jacuzzi bath and the thread came unglued.🎄
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