What I got today. ''Can be anything''

Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Danmar, Feb 5, 2024.

  1. Danmar

    Danmar Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I figured I'd start a new thread.
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    Custom covers for my tables.
     
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  2. theflattire

    theflattire Forum Resident

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    Honolulu
    Your Modwright looking a bit neglected...
     
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  3. Danmar

    Danmar Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I thought about that, as they became so expensive.
     
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  4. Oddiofyl

    Oddiofyl Forum Resident

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    I'm ordering two of those covers.... one for my Sota and one for my girlfriend's Kitchen Aid mixer. Looks like those guys have you covered with any type of gadget
     
  5. aunitedlemon

    aunitedlemon Unity is in the pith.

    Location:
    Oregon
    Received Tool's "Fear Inoculum" 5 LP box today. It's awesome! Sound quality is top notch.
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  6. Glmoneydawg

    Glmoneydawg Forum Resident

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    Ontario Canada
    My wife picked me up some Picards Chipnuts...pictures can't do these things justice.Suffice to say they're delicious:winkgrin:
     
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  7. james

    james Summon The Queen

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    Annapolis
    Replacement headband pad for
    HD600’s. Going on 20+ years of daily use!
     
  8. samurai

    samurai Step right up! See the glory, of the royal scam.

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    MINNESOTA
    Motorola ECL82, Made in United Kingdom. Mullard?
     
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  9. Triffid

    Triffid Forum Resident

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    I received two reissue LPs. REM’s Out Of Time and Automatic For The People. Also Gangs of New York BluRay via Amazon Prime.
     
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  10. Davey

    Davey NP: a.s.o. ~ a.s.o. (2023 LP)

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    SF Bay Area, USA
    Got some bigger 10x22 cm proto boards delivered today for the upcoming Version 2 of my NOS Phono Preamp project (V1 detailed in the big DIY thread). Probably build it in a few weeks, there's a few other parts I need to receive first, mainly the big film and foil caps for the power supply. The V2 will be all polypropylene film/aluminum foil caps in both the phono boards and power supply, no metallized film caps, and of course no electrolytic caps anywhere in either version, hence the bigger boards to hold all those caps. Should be nice, V1 sounds pretty good as is :)


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  11. Glmoneydawg

    Glmoneydawg Forum Resident

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    Well lets see if pictures can do them justice...really fresh peanuts rolled in crushed potato chips [​IMG]
     
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  12. WildPhydeaux

    WildPhydeaux Forum Resident

    Whenever I travel hwy 24 near my old stomping grounds around Rattlesnake Harbour I can't help but stop at Picards and load up. Sadly, it's a 30hr drive now...

    Cheers,
    Robert
     
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  13. jfeldt

    jfeldt Forum Resident

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    SF, CA, USA
    Raspberry Pi 5. Debating between using it as a music server with LMS or as a HTPC
     
  14. Martin Takamine

    Martin Takamine Forum Resident

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    East Coast
    Got pounded in the surf today East Coast Oahu, flying back to Virginia tomorrow.
     
  15. theflattire

    theflattire Forum Resident

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  16. zoomin

    zoomin Forum Resident

    Where are those covers from? I'm in the market (cats + acrylic = no bueno)
     
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  17. rockin_since_58

    rockin_since_58 Forum Resident

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    Simi Valley, CA
    Got the new Cambridge Audio CXN100 last Friday...yeah, not today but hopefully close enough :)

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  18. Glmoneydawg

    Glmoneydawg Forum Resident

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    They are pretty good...30 hour drive good?Perhaps not :(
     
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  19. Danmar

    Danmar Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  20. I have been going through some old boxes of things and came across this....It was my fathers and has been in storage for the last 20 some years.
    A 1940's era "Talk-A-Phone" intercom system.
    Brown bakelite, clunky knobs and switches, tubes that take a couple minutes to warm up before use.....but it still works and I'm trying to find a good way to intergrate it into my life somehow, if for nothing else but the fun of it.
    These are not my literal photos, mine are in better condition luckily.
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  21. motorstereo

    motorstereo Forum Resident

    Location:
    Ct.
    I got my newly built audio rack finished today, Hopefully I'll have all the gear back in it in a little while.
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  22. Glmoneydawg

    Glmoneydawg Forum Resident

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    Ontario Canada
    Nice job!...looks awesome :righton:
     
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  23. TheVinylAddict

    TheVinylAddict Look what I found

    Location:
    AZ
    Looks cool!

    Source? I'm never going to get around to building mine it seems, and I'm in the process of redoing my room and need a rack or two now!! :)
     
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  24. bever70

    bever70 Let No-one Live Rent Free in Your Head!

    Location:
    Belgium
    I believe it's a variation on the 'flexy-rack'
    The TNT FleXy Table
    I have used one in the past and have also made a huge one, for storing vinyl, using basic mdf.

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  25. Davey

    Davey NP: a.s.o. ~ a.s.o. (2023 LP)

    Location:
    SF Bay Area, USA
    Is that your next project? Add some $200 output capacitors to a $20 phono preamp? Hehe, just kidding, might be a fun project, though probably not much room inside :)
     
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