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swt61 last won the day on April 29

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About swt61

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  • Birthday 02/17/1961

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    Fairfax, CA
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  • Biography
    The token homosexual. Originally from the frigid North.
  • Location
    Fairfax, CA
  • Interests
    Hangin' with my dog Suzy. Gathering with my Head-Case buddies.
  • Occupation
    Master Carpenter/Woodworker.
  • Hobbies
    Woodworking & Audio. Are there other hobbies?
  • Headphones
    Sennheiser HD-580, Sennheiser HD-650, AKG K701, AKG K1000 earspeakers, JBL T460BT, Etymotic ER4XR IEMs, Astell & Kerns Billie Jean IEMs by Jerry Harvey, Klipsch X10 IEMs, Galaxy Bluetooth buds by AKG & Bose Frames (Rondo).
  • Headphone Amps
    Nate built Torpedo, PPA, Apex Peak/Volcano.
  • Sources
    2) 160 gb iPod Classics, Modded iPod w/1 TB solid state drive and extended battery, Cambridge Audio iD100, Onkyo ND-S1 and Wadia 170i digital iPod/iPad docks, Logitech Duet w/upgraded PS, Pico Dac, Pico Amp/Dac, Pootie Pie streamer and Bluetooth device, Parasound Zdac, Parasound Zcd, Parasound Zphono USB, Parasound Ztuner, DIY Colossus turntable with Benz Micro Ace SL & modified Zu Audio DL-103, DIY Pass Pearl phono stage, Denon AU-300LC SUT and Lenovo Chromebook w/2 Tb. external HD.
  • Other Audio Gear
    2) Parasound Zamps in bridged, mono mode. Parasound Zpre2, Parasound Zbreeze, DIY speed controller for Colossus TT motor, Aeriel Acoustics Model 8's, Aeriel Acoustics CC3 center channel, Rotel RMB-1095 & Integra DHC-80.2, Exposure 2010S (as K1000 amp), 2) Tice Audio (no relation) Solo power conditioners, VPI 16.5 record cleaning machine, Custom DIY Monitors with 7" Dayton Audio mid/bass and Bohlender Graebner ribbon tweeters, Gallo TR-3D subwoofer and various Seamrog cables by Fitz.

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  1. I believe he's referring to the hijacked gas pipeline.
  2. I can't believe that we're in total agreement on this, especially after having to listen to "Funky Man"! They were so good live too!
  3. No, they're $1,600. You must have seen the Euro numbers. $1,600 for standard, one size fits all IEMs seems a bit steep to me. I guess if the market will bare it?
  4. Really enjoyed the whole build. I use a lot of those same cabinet makers tricks. With waterfall Bubinga, anything less than such a high gloss would not do justice to that amazing grain. My only criticism has nothing to do with the turntable, but I'd prefer a bit more spread on those speakers.
  5. This is a very early re-release, and has more in common with his early days as Buddy Holley's bass player, than the Country star he became.
  6. $1.95 Send them to me for disposal.
  7. Absolutely! Provided your retirement last no longer than a week.
  8. "Do you remember, 21st night of Septermeber"
  9. Pre - AMF Harleys, pre - AMC Jeeps, pre - Huddler Head - Fi, pre - Hagar Van Halen and pre - Corona sex.
  10. I remember those little, lightweight, plastic headphones with the Yellow foam earpads that were so different than any other headphones out there in the 70's. You could actually listen for hours without your ears sweating. They were definitely innovators. End of an era, but change is a constant.
  11. Last night I ate Detroit style pizza and plan to do it again soon.
  12. swt61

    The Serpent

    An international crime drama, based on a true story, most of which takes place in the 70's. 8 episodes on Netflix and definitely worth the watch IMO.
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