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  1. Hey Receiver 2000 thank you and great to be on board with you guys can't wait to check everything out on here!!!
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  2. Hello everyone my name is Jeffery, I am new on this site and basically stumbled onto it when I was looking to find another 6250 for spare parts or maybe get mine repaired!!! I actually bought it when I was still in the service in 1990 and loved it from day one. I had several sets of very large speakers with it and at the time the only ones that could actually handle the carver was my Bose 901's. Maybe with this sites help I will be able to bring it back to full operation again!!!
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  3. Thank you for the welcome and sure will be nice to talk to some knowledgeable folks and learn some new things and hopefully bring my 6250 back to life too. I sure will send some pics of my old equipment but still feel made better than the equipment today!
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  4. Welcome, Jeffery! We can help you with the 6250, What ails it?
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  5. For those of you with Amazon Prime, I have enjoyed The Boys with Karl Urban. Be forwarned, it is surprising graphic. https://www.primevideo.com/detail/The-Boys/0KRGHGZCHKS920ZQGY5LBRF7MA https://www.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi1650703897?playlistId=tt1190634&ref_=tt_ov_vi
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  6. Hey Jeffrey Welcome!! Great to have you. The on-call techs should be back to you momentarily. Glad that you found us. Lots of good stuff going on here all the time so stick around and check it out. Lots of great guys here who are so much fun to hang with. Much more here than technical advice but that aspect is absolutely here. So glad to have you!!!
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  7. Welcome! I look forward to your journey and post.
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  8. Came across this by accident Hopefully this posts ok https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=QAd1Cls_DPY&list=RDAMVMQAd1Cls_DPY
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  9. Hello Jeffery, and welcome to thecarversite.com. We're glad you're hear. There is a lot of information here, much technical know how, and a pretty good bunch of folks that are happy to help. Hopefully one of the very talented members/techs will chime in with advice. Once you get to Novice status, please consider uploading some pics of your gear in the Members Systems area. We all like pics of all kinds of audio gear. In the meantime, kick your shoes off, turn up the music, and welcome aboard.
    1 point
  10. United Progressive Fraternity, Planetary Overlord Part 1 was released on April 19, 2019 "I can't remember a collective of 54 musicians and scientists collaborating on an album and speaking out loud their worries about environment, climate change and humanitarian issues before. United Progressive Fraternity is the first “band” in the world to do so, I believe. But “band” isn't the correct description. Once UPF was a band, but when you look closer to this album, you must conclude that when you invite 54 people to work on the album, I think it is legitimate to speak of a project. The
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  11. My record store guy recommended Nashville's Emma Swift covers of Dylans stuff. She is no Allison Kraus but it's a great recording. As you may expect, it has alot more clarity than Dylan's crooning. And much more patience. A little on the country side of things for the sound but not too much. Her voice. (I play it loud w/SH) makes the tales quite believable and is an interesting take on Dylan. For a taste, check out "You're A Big Girl Now".
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  12. It’s not often that I stumble across Jazz that I really like - it’s just not my thing. However, I do like a handful of artists, including Patricia Barber, Dave Grusin, Tom Grant, etc. I just came across another addition to my list - Italian Chiara Civello. She has a flat out beautiful voice, and she sings in both English and her native Italian. More of a “modern” or “smooth” jazz, and very enjoyable, AND quite well recorded.
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  13. 60 Miles, Red Light was released on December 15, 2020. "RED LIGHT is the reflection of a period, a time of disillusioned globalization. It is a critical situation where the multiple alarm signals should push us all to change things. 60 Miles echoes these concerns. Not through "engaged" music in the political sense, but simply by evoking the pulse of this society. 60 Miles cannot do other but feel the vibration of its time and share it through its tools, namely the poetry of sounds and the power of the imagination. In a period when all the usual processes are unsure, whe
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  14. Ahmed El-Salamouny, Rio Rhythms was released on December 11, 2020. In his album, “Rio Rhythms”, Ahmed El-Salamouny, the specialist for Brazilian guitar music, lets listeners experience the magic of Brazil. The seventeen pieces on the CD are an exciting mixture of Brazilian rhythms delivered in a manner that is at times poetic and dreamy and at times highly virtuosic. You can read the rest of the review here...
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  15. German film score composer and record producer Hanz Zimmer's works are notable for integrating electronic music sounds with traditional orchestral arrangements.
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  16. The poor mans's grill...🤣
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  17. Welcome @Jeffery Finkbeiner - glad you found us. Check with @kve777 he's a receiver expert, and parts hoarder 😉
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