Main AV Setup: Panasonic 50VT65 TV, Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1, Optimum AV300 AV Stand, QED Silver Anniversary XT Speaker Cable & Chord Silver Plus HDMI Cables. Gadgets: iPad 4 & iPhone 4S.
Mordaunt Short Mezzo System C - 8,5,1,9.Yamaha V2065. SonyS570. Panasonic TX-P42G20B., Sky HD 1TB. Garrard 86SB. PF30. Wii. WDTV Live. Harmony One. STAX300. QED cabling. Galaxy Tab 10.1
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Base trap Project - http://www.whathifi.com/forum/home-cinema/corner-base-trap-completed-project?page=1
Why would i want to do that?
Not up for a bit of a rumble then?
I feel wide awake but can't decide where? I was hoping for some ideas.
Its just retailers manipulating idiots to make up for the day they're closed, as far as i'm concerned...
Dear god no.
HiFi / A/V / Bedroom
Today is reserved for people who have had enough of their inlaws. Personnally I hate shopping, but my folks being here this year has almost driven me to it.
I have developed some urgent DIY dramas in the garage that need my close attention!
I will patrol websites later, once Gel has discovered the bargains for me!
Main Rig-Roksan L111 Amp,Audiolab 8200cd,Sonos connect, B&W CM8
Headphone rig-FUBAR 3 Dac-amp & Sennheiser 650
Today is reserved for people who have had enough of their inlaws.
That'll be me then.
Though, to be fair, they did hand over a few "Ben Franklins" last night to go shopping with. I'd like a new DSLR but we'll probably end up pooling my Chrimbo money and hers and go buy a new coffee table, maybe a new dining room set, as I also had a bit of result doing some work for the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Department of Justice (I'm an expert witness), as I'm due to go offshore for a few days starting some time next week (50% more on the day rate), and as I promised her one for Chrimbo once she makes her mind up which one she likes.
Can't see much at the moment.
I just popped to MK1 and did a little shopping with family but nothing to crazy.
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