Damn. A weak moment and I've bought two Cyrus Mono X300s (at least to see if they will be better than my X powers).
Where do I return the membership card to?
Or can I keep it, because this is the last hifi upgrade, honestly Mrs C.
Pioneer tv + LX85, Sony HW15 Proj, Cyrus DAC XP+/Mono X300/CDXTSE2/PSXRx2, Vienna Acoustics Beethoven Baby Grands and Maestro centre, B&W CM1 surrounds /PV1D (9.1), CA BD751, Virgin TiVo, Inspire Rega t/t, Benz Glider MC, EAR 834P phono amp; Slee Novo Headphone Amp.TQ Black.
O'dear Dandy mate, we both have 'feet of clay' . . . . . .
I know. I am weak!!!!
I'm starting to worry about the logevity of this club. It was doomed from the very start. I blame Ceno for his counter tactics.
It was good while it lasted, I'm of to my bunker to like my paws.
My alternative (subversive) club does seem to be be expanding daily - inevitable really!
"Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again." André Gide
how does one join and what are the rules?
Qualification is simplicity itself - There are only 2 rules:
1. Buy Stuff....and then.....
2. Buy more expensive stuff
Never underestimate the power that the Leader of the Opposition has over finance and aesthetics!
Gonna be a big club then; I prefer the more exclusive scene!
Cyrus 8vs2 (+ PSX-R), Cyrus X Power Amp (+ PSX-R), Squeezebox Touch, Silver High Breed Quintessence Cables, PMC FB1i Speakers.
Can get lonely tho'!
3. And have to buy at least ONE item a year ! even if a cable... Or A set of black ravioli....
I don't mind peaceful. In fact I might start a splinter club; something like the "Cyrus 8vs2 (+ PSX-R), Cyrus X Power Amp (+ PSX-R), Squeezebox Touch, Silver High Breed Quintessence Cables, PMC FB1i Speakers; for life" club. Anyone fancy it?
Sounds fair to me!
for the SBT part you've a member!
Why not to create a SBT Member Club?
I'll be too busy to join.
I 'm afraid going to have to give this one a miss. During the demise of my club I was so stunned I accidently purchased a CD player. oops
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