Show us your Head-Fi station at it's current state. No old pictures please...
Jun 30, 2012 at 1:28 AM Post #6,962 of 28,831

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I'm very careful-it's about as dangerous as a light switch on the wall. 

 
If the switch is connected to the output of the GFCI, as it should, then you are correct.
 
I am taking for granted that your system IS connected into a GFCI protected outlet. Because, it is, right?
 
Jun 30, 2012 at 1:32 AM Post #6,963 of 28,831

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Oh man I would just use a portable for that!
 
 
 

I have in the past. I may get a wood table and a longer cord. The Woo sounds great. I also have three micro shut-off switches in the 220 line, if there is ever an issue. I would not listen to it in a thunder storm though.  
 
Jun 30, 2012 at 1:34 AM Post #6,964 of 28,831

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Probably shouldn't be in the tub in a thunder storm either... :wink:
 
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I have in the past. I may get a wood table and a longer cord. The Woo sounds great. I also have three micro shut-off switches in the 220 line, if there is ever an issue. I would not listen to it in a thunder storm though.  

 
Jun 30, 2012 at 1:49 AM Post #6,965 of 28,831

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Probably shouldn't be in the tub in a thunder storm either... :wink:
 

I actually have two lightning rods on my roof. About a year ago I had lightning about 100 feet above the house. It sounded like 10,000,000 aluminum cans being crushed above. No loud boom just the SSSSSSS.
 
Jun 30, 2012 at 1:56 AM Post #6,966 of 28,831

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Probably shouldn't be in the tub in a thunder storm either... :wink:
 

I actually have two lightning rods on my roof. About a year ago I had lightning about 100 feet above the house. It sounded like 10,000,000 aluminum cans being crushed above. No loud boom just the SSSSSSS.

 
That would have made for a great audio sample...
 
Jun 30, 2012 at 1:58 AM Post #6,967 of 28,831

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If the switch is connected to the output of the GFCI, as it should, then you are correct.
 
I am taking for granted that your system IS connected into a GFCI protected outlet. Because, it is, right?

 
Right?
 
Jun 30, 2012 at 2:04 AM Post #6,968 of 28,831

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Right?

I have the equivalent for here, so no worries. I will most likely move my amp. 
 
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That would have made for a great audio sample...

It really was a once in a lifetime sound. The sssss coming from 100 feet up and 100 feet in every direction. I don't know why there was no loud boom but it was an electrical storm with lots of bright light.
 
Jun 30, 2012 at 4:55 PM Post #6,975 of 28,831

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