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danyoder.cs at gmail.com
Sun Apr 5 14:39:32 EDT 2015
I was just kidding. To tell you the truth I like the tube era stuff because it is easier to work on and for me to understand . An IC with a complete amp on board or a am radio imbedded just does not turn me on
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> On Apr 5, 2015, at 2:05 PM, rbethman <rbethman at comcast.net> wrote:
> People like Kim, Myself, and others don't have any objection to those stuck in an era of Tubes and the like.
> I still have my SP-600 and HRO-50-T1!
> I simply could NOT handle the *mass* of a BC-610/T-213 any longer due to the entire spinal column arthritis.
> Note: My TS-2000 feeds an Amp Supply LK-500ZB.
> As I have noted, I do not wish to "live" on taking Opiates to dampen the dang pain!
> That was my *only* reason for having the Heavy Metal leave here. If I could still manage it, I'd have the two old Beasts here and on-line.
> Regards, Bob - N0DGN
>> On 4/5/2015 1:52 PM, Dan Yoder wrote:
>> Remember the old farts are people too just stuck in an era that they refuse to leave viva to the old farts tubes are us
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