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Brian_at_HHH last won the day on March 29 2023

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About Brian_at_HHH

  • Birthday 12/23/1960

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    ManServant for the Dark Alliance! (& OCCD obsessive!)

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    Brian MacNamara
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  1. I have to agree. I've been guilty of exactly what A.P. says. I know some of the folks here have transcended the "equipment" aspect and focus on the music, which is the right thing to do, but I still get caught in the equipment trap, all too easily and often.
  2. Ouch! Poor kid! He should be playing hockey, instead! Personally, I prefer hibernating! 😁
  3. M-m-m-maybe! I think my computer certainly was. Sorry about those - not sure w-w-what h-h-happened.
  4. Pictures???? Or it didn't happen - to quote a friend, here!
  5. I'll wager that many people would say a wedding does this faster......😇
  6. @mbskeam You do realize you probably did offend all the little-endian computer nerds out there? 😉 It's okay, though - I'm in the big-endian camp! And it is clean .... ish!
  7. That's about as classic U.H. as you can get. Feel like I just stepped back to the early 70's. Very cool!
  8. Welcome to the site, Mark! Sounds like you are already in touch with the right person for the ribbons.
  9. Welcome to the group! That IS quite the collection - congrats on it! You are certainly in the right place for info on maintaining or repairing equipment - Carver and others. There are lots of folks here who have a mass of knowledge, myself, unfortunately, not included (what are all those pretty components stuck on that circuit board?!?!?!). Join in the fun, and make sure you take time to enjoy the music!
  10. Welcome to the group! You're obviously among those who know better, here. Those who make those claims haven't bothered (or aren't able) to understand how the technology in the Carver amps works, and they prefer to assume a good amp has to weigh as much as a small car to be good. I won't offer any advice on building or fixing (my knowledge on which end of a soldering gun to hold is iffy at best), but there are plenty of folks here who can help. In the mean time, you have my encouragement to dive back in and have fun, both at the build/fix end and at the all important - "it works, time to listen" end!
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