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    Join Date: Sep 2009

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    I'm Josie.

    Default Buy something for £10...!?

    You have a new plastic £10 note. It's not a lot of money these days..

    So, what would you buy which would be useful for your Hifi?


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    How about 4 ice hockey pucks, they make great equipment feet.

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    A couple of used CD's off ebay. Music is quite useful for Hi-Fi's.

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    A cinema ticket for Mrs. P. Then I get the house to myself for a bit

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    lol... aw.. you cruel bugger.

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    I was going to suggest a can of Caig Deoxit - about £10 when I last bought it but I've just seen the price of it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    A couple of used CD's off ebay. Music is quite useful for Hi-Fi's.
    Iíll second that!

    Russell

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    £10 for10 classical CDs from a charity shop.
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    £10 for10 classical CDs from a charity shop.
    I rarely see good classical recordings in charity shops even now as people are getting rid of their collections. I imagine classical connoisseurs have big collections and would sell them to a dealer as a rule.

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