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In Reply to: RE: Time to move on posted by 4everyoung on July 19, 2016 at 15:15:28
You punish yourself your way and I'll punish myself my way. I am not quit as self flagellating as you, I can see. Guess what, no woodpeckers in NZ. Those are some amps. You got more guts than me. Boy (girl) does that guy pay close attention to what he is doing. Bet they are fab. Tweaker
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While there may not be woodpeckers in NZ, I'm told they have "hidden people" living in the rocks. How cool is that?
The Audio Beat
Sue, What is not cool, of course IMHO, is even thinking about putting those stupid rubber cork rubber feet under one of the most expensive, well thought out, well reviewed , expensive amps in the known universe, personally chosen by you, someone with vast exposure to equipment, when there is EAR C-1002, considered "incredible" by the designer at Genisis, a winner of a best speaker of the year award. T
Is the EAR-1002 similar to Dynamat? (Couldn't think of the name the other day.) Dynamat has foil on one side and some sort of sticky goo on the other. I'm asking because Amazon carries Dynamat.
The Audio Beat
Michael Percy has small amounts of EAR. It might be interesting if you read the technical info EAR has on their C-1000 product. Percy says it's excellent, Genisis's CEO, winner of a best speaker of the year award says it's incredible , I love it and The One Who Must Not Be Named doesn't like it. I rest my case. Dynamat is also viscoelastic. The proof is in the pudding. T
The logical approach would be to first determine how basic compliant and noncompliant type footers sound in the particular application (using @ hand or inexpensive materials) and then go from there.
What is your first hand experience with 50-60 lb tube amps to be so opinionated?
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