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  1. Well, last weekend, I finally acquired the holy grail of EPI..., the rare and coveted M1000 towers. @elgrau has built a pair of these - they are that rare to find one pair of the 500 pairs that were made. Dimensions: 18x18x73 inches, 180lbs each. Originally, they cost $2000 a pair, back in the 70's. There are 4 10" drivers and 4 soft-dome oil-filled tweeters - paired on each side. I picked these up from a fellow EPI fan, who restored the original drivers and tweeters and rewired internally and rebuilt the crossovers. I'll do some cosmetic work, but considering their age, they have surviv
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  2. No ..... but ...... I needed a few parts from Mouser, and I have one more C-1 at home that I want to do at some point, so I just added the regulators and heat sinks to my order. Arrives next Monday. I have posted a few pics in the past, but when I get the parts, I plan to write it up with pics. Probably get to it some night next week. It's easiest to do it while doing the BillD mod, but can be added at anytime.
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  3. Dang dude! That's quite the toy room. Congrats on your latest acquision.
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  4. Congratulation on the find and acquisition AJ! Boy, that is one good looking system... Bet is sounds great too.
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  5. Congrats man - nothing like caging the unicorn! On a lighter note, your casket comment reminded me of this movie clip....
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  6. Colin Huggins is a pianist that takes his art to the streets in NYC (lugging a full grand piano to park site locations in NYC. On one special night, world renowned dancer Seanna Sharpe shows up and amplifies the music art into full-on performance art. At the end, you can tell they are just then figuring out who she really is. "Here, let me give you my card..." Collin's story is below the Seanna Sharpe video. If you have never laid under a grand piano, and listed to great playing..., I can tell you, it's a great experience. I have the piano, and great musician f
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  7. Garbage Why Do You Love Me
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  8. I was living in a small cabin made with ties from the Las Vegas and Tonapah Railroad when this was released in 1975. The blue heron that nested on the pond behind the cabin would sit on the porch steps rocking it's head from side to side every time I played it.
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  9. Thanks for posting this, I had seen it listed but just went right on by it. I too never fully knew the extent of this melt down and how close it came to becoming a global disaster. What did the expert quote every 24 hrs. was the equivalent of 48 Hiroshima size bombs going off (2 per hr.), releasing that much radioactivity into the air. If you haven't watched it yet check it out...........
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  10. in the words of the voice in the PC game DOOM, "Impressive". Your system makes me feel like OCCD has barely infected me........grin. Nice find AJ! I felt like that getting my tube amp, will surely feel that way getting a Carver tube amp.......grin
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  11. Fabulous. Are the SDA1C's used as ladders to get to the TTs @AndrewJohn? JK. ?
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  12. A very belated welcome @allflehisequalwhenburnt - you have a great set-up (or should I say set-ups, as it seems to be a mix and match, based on the OCCD acquisition of the day?). Like others, I thought I knew what the addictive qualities of OCCD meant, but compared to you, I'm definitely not worthy. All I can say is:
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