perfect sound forever...
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Flash back nearly 40 years.. I bought a pair of Audio Project speakers which were Bose 901 knockoffs (looked just like them) and when I opened the pair the wood was laying loose from one speaker. The store, Lafayette Stereo outside Baltimore, intimated that maybe I had dropped them and were willing to give me a new one but refused a return. They were terrible, shrill sounding and I was happy to have had them stolen from my apartment sometime later.
A purple light! You've got a purple light, 4est?!? Damn you! Now I want a purple light.
Follow the light Aaron, follow the light.... why is it that I'm so attracted to these stupid perty lights? Probably because I've got the brain of a Moth. :-)
These are great stories guys. Keep'em coming!
PS-Why do I have this feeling that audio equipment manufacturers will be following this thread and taking notes?
The Yamaha stack in early 90's and 15 inch woofers with red surrounds on Cerwin Vegas with adjustable tweeter controls. The more taller the stack, multiple features, complete with EQ, the better. I had the Yamaha DSP1 and cd player and then multi disc player, the laser disc player, the tape deck, the tuner, the preamp. When I stacked them it would be like 6 ft high ( well almost). Very impressive ;-) and good sound to boot for my then standards.