Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
Nobody's music sounds that good...
True enough.... besides, my ears are ruined after to many loud concerts (Nugent amoung others) and rounds without adequate hearing protection.Pish, I haven't even fired up the Crown stereo equipment I own in 5+ years.OTOH, if I had a rig that could drive that setup I'd surely enjoy using it.
To quote Professor Herman Horne on HiFi, from the old Stan Freeberg radio show:"No, no, no! Your house BECOMES the speaker! You move to the garage."-- Bob Hawkins
You know, I say, "God bless anyone with that kind of money to burn," but that's just ridiculous.If I had money to burn and wanted a monster rig in my house, I'd dial-up one of any number of pro touring audio houses around the country and tell 'em to send me a truck full. The sheer invoice-weight might not impress All The Right People, but -- in the old road adage -- "the only thing that counts is what comes out of your speakers," and nobody knows how to do that like the arena big kids.What nonsense.
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