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Forum: General
 Topic: Has Anyone Studied Us?
Re: Has Anyone Studied Us? [message #94443 is a reply to message #94437] Sat, 18 September 2021 07:16
Beck is currently offline  Beck
Messages: 37
Registered: June 2021
Baron
I haven't seen or read anything about that. Although when you think about it, maybe some audiophiles can be more bothered at times when they're not happy with what they're hearing.
 Topic: Birds In The City
Re: Birds In The City [message #94444 is a reply to message #91775] Sat, 18 September 2021 07:23
Beck is currently offline  Beck
Messages: 37
Registered: June 2021
Baron
It's no doubt that too much noise pollution will drive the birds away. They probably won't even bother to settle near crowded places. That's why you'll only be able to hear birds if you're living in a more secluded neighborhood.
 Topic: Singing to Relax
Singing to Relax [message #94445] Sat, 18 September 2021 07:45
Beck is currently offline  Beck
Messages: 37
Registered: June 2021
Baron
I noticed that I would randomly sing during stressful days. Even though I don't sound that good, it makes me feel better. It contradicts the thought saying listening to good music would cheer us up. On some days, maybe we don't need good music, since producing our own can help too. When do you find yourself singing, if not humming?
Re: Singing to Relax [message #94446 is a reply to message #94445] Sat, 18 September 2021 09:30
Rusty is currently offline  Rusty
Messages: 608
Registered: May 2018
Location: Kansas City Missouri
Illuminati (1st Degree)
All the time. I always seem to have a tune looping around in my head. Years and years ago I was at a banking drivethru and I was I though unheard singing a little ditty by the Beatles. Dirty Maggy Mae. Over and over to myself I thought. I looked up to see all the goils in the drivethru cracking up laughing. I motioned a little bow or nod to them and completed my transaction.
Yeah, I'm always doing it. Can't help it.
Forum: Tower
 Topic: Now I remember
Re: Now I remember [message #94447 is a reply to message #94442] Sat, 18 September 2021 10:39
Rusty is currently offline  Rusty
Messages: 608
Registered: May 2018
Location: Kansas City Missouri
Illuminati (1st Degree)
Yeah I can weld. With solder. But that's out of my scope of limited knowledge and skill base. But mucho gracias for the thought. Of all the trades, I think plumbing would be the most taxing to deal with in a service type perspective. I really enjoy Richard Threthewey of This Old House. He makes it seem the respectable trade it is. Like Rodney Dangerfield always said, "No respect".
Forum: Pi Speakers
 Topic: 4pi build with stands finally realized
Re: 4pi build with stands finally realized [message #94448 is a reply to message #94430] Sat, 18 September 2021 13:08
alexg is currently offline  alexg
Messages: 8
Registered: June 2019
Esquire
Speakers look awesome. I hope you are enjoying them.

How did you handle corners on your recessed horns?

Thanks,
Alex



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