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post #31 of 55
Quote:
Originally posted by Hajime
Condoms aside, if you search for your name on Stereophile it turns up a huge number of results. Try it.
For no reason at all too. He's not actually named, listed, or mentioned in any of the articles I saw.
post #32 of 55
heres a good little joke for ya.




...how many head fiers does it take to find a steiorphile audio?


i dont have an answer.
post #33 of 55
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by DLP
For no reason at all too. He's not actually named, listed, or mentioned in any of the articles I saw.
The reason is that the search function returns a hit if it sees, say, America.
post #34 of 55
Well, what's a "steiorphile"



Quote:
Originally posted by mclaren20
heres a good little joke for ya.




...how many head fiers does it take to find a steiorphile audio?


i dont have an answer.
post #35 of 55
Since I don't see the answer to the question yet, it's the issue that subscribers just got in their mail, which, I believe, is the...uh...already misplaced it...I'm pretty sure it's the September issue. Now, where did it go? Last time I remember reading it was in the restaurant...

EDIT: Found it, confirmed, in the September 2003 issue with the Audio Physic's Virgo III on the cover, p. 13, last column.
post #36 of 55

eric343, nice letter!

New Stereophile has another plug for Head-fi AND Headwize thanks to eric343.
post #37 of 55
Andrew, since we had a thread going on this subject, I merged yours here.

post #38 of 55
Why would Stereophile publish a letter about condoms? Can they be used as earplugs? Or are they some stability tweak for amps?
post #39 of 55
Quote:
Originally posted by daycart1
Why would Stereophile publish a letter about condoms? Can they be used as earplugs? Or are they some stability tweak for amps?
Do you really have a Phd???
post #40 of 55
Ribbed condoms make excellent tube dampers. There is an incredible reduction in microphonics. However, you must purchase the silicone version or else they melt to your tube.

In regard to the bathroom use of audio mags; I started writing stuff for PFO only because I knew it would be much harder to use my review as tp if you had to wipe with a computer screen.

Eric343, I'll be looking for your letter!

gb
post #41 of 55

it's here

OK, I arrived home to the Sept issue in the mailbox.

Eric's letter is there. Nice job! Another exclt head-fi plug.
post #42 of 55
Quote:
Originally posted by daycart1
Why would Stereophile publish a letter about condoms? Can they be used as earplugs? Or are they some stability tweak for amps?
No, you blow them up and then tie the ends together -- cheaper than an inner tube. You do need to use more of them, but that allows you to distribute them more evenly, etc.

(Smiles evilly with the image of many Head-Fi'er's blowing up condoms.)
post #43 of 55
Thread Starter 
Hey, good idea... have to get some from the brother of a friend of mine... (I fixed his car amp once... he and his GF were the planned parenthood reps for my school, or at least was before they graduated)
post #44 of 55
i think dusty chalk's new title should be "Smiles evilly with the image of many Head-Fi'er's blowing up condoms."

beyond priceless...
post #45 of 55
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