From: The Real Doctor on 23 Jun 2008 02:23
On 22 Jun, 13:27, %ste...(a)malloc.co.uk (Steve Firth) wrote:
> Similarly, some plonks are paying Denon £500 for a "HiFi interconnect",
> which is an ethernet cable, because it improves the sound.
I know someone who spent £6,000 (fifteen years ago) for a set of
interconnects for his hi-fi. You'll be surprised to hear that it
sounded much better with them ...
From: The Real Doctor on 23 Jun 2008 02:27
On 22 Jun, 21:39, Adrian <toomany2...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I've spent some time today repainting panels for the Acad.
> £5/litre Screwfix red oxide.
I colour match paint on my 2CV too.
From: The Real Doctor on 23 Jun 2008 02:29
On 22 Jun, 23:30, "Raymond Keattch" <ray.keat...(a)nowhere.com> wrote:
> You can't say what wire you use and why, so I guess I will just have to think
A friend of mine got all excited over some speaker leads he had
bought, because they were made of "oxygen free high conductivity
copper". He was just a little crestfallen when I pointed out what
kettle leads are made of ...
From: Brimstone on 23 Jun 2008 03:40
Raymond Keattch wrote:
> On 22/06/2008 22:09:50, wrote:
>> And travelling 8 hours to polish a car is completely rational?
> Concentrate now - the car was detailed, and that included a wash and a
And "detailing" is an alternative word for what?
From: The Real Doctor on 23 Jun 2008 07:50
On 23 Jun, 08:40, "Brimstone" <brimstone520-n...(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> And "detailing" is an alternative word for what?
"He watched Anna Kournikova videos on youtube for half an hour, then
detailed himself senseless"
Is that what you were thinking of?