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    I'd go to Kenrick sounds and buy some vintage JBL. With shipping from Japan and insurance that should pretty much do the 50K in. Any left over, hookers and coke.
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    I would get a new super dooper Tannoy Westminster and a great big f*** off amp and just feel the force......

    Good to see the love for Audionote and I guess Kondo.....the attraction ain't the bling. The cases are genuinely constructed by blind badgers. Having said that the AN amps at home have gone......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    I'd go to Kenrick sounds and buy some vintage JBL. With shipping from Japan and insurance that should pretty much do the 50K in. Any left over, hookers and coke.
    yes , his stuff is fantastic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetiminator View Post
    Hitman for the Mrs.

    Crank up the volume.

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    oh gosh.... hope she is not reading this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetiminator View Post
    Hitman for the Mrs.

    Crank up the volume.

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    I Think it was called "Hitman and Her". You can probably find it on VHS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifinutt View Post
    yes , his stuff is fantastic
    What stuff? The JBL or the coke?

    I'm more of a Pepsi man meself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    I Think it was called "Hitman and Her". You can probably find it on VHS.
    Lol showing your age buddy. I vaguely remember watching it after coming in after a night out. Assuming the position - sitting up in bed with a hand over one eye to stop the tv spinning
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    Yup, Been there too!

    A bit more recent than that (early 90's) there was a late programme called BPM, which one week went to Cream in Liverpool. We got ourselves on TV by the simple strategy of dancing near the most attractive women, cos that's where the cameras always were. I bet if I saw it now, I would cringe, even though I had hair then.

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    That looked like Peter Waterman on the mic..

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