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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Dixon View Post
    Won't the shopping ruin that speaker?
    I pointed that out to the daftee a while back Patrick, apparently he doesn't use the boot


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    Haha... No, not that often. How do you think I manage to keep it so clean!

    Like I said, it's not a works car (really only for pleasure), with the majority of the 'humphing stuff around' and messy shit done by my wife's car.

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    my car is only a three seater and no boot now due to all the crap in it . still its mostly just me in it.
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    ...shades on and groovin' to ya bangin' choons, dude! Have you pulled any burds yet [under 70]?

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    Interesting looking back at the systems we demo'd at Scalford, when my Techy was still in the early days of being 'pimped', still with its stock platter and KAB PSU...






    Compare that with how it was in Justin's YouTube video, shown with the 66s, then fitted with a Mike New metal platter, Jelco SA-250 and a basic SPU cartridge, and to what it currently looks like:



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    And my trusty (Audiocom-modified) Sony DAS-R1 [featuring the renowned double-crown TDA1541s], still going strong in my system today, some 11 years later!!



    They don't make 'em like that anymore... It was also part of the AoS system, demonstrated at Scalford in 2008. Picture taken from that show.

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    And besides, the groceries usually go on the back seat
    I'm worried now. Where do the dogs sit?

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    Marco: I'll have a chat with Peter.

    And I guess we can't please all the people all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Dixon View Post
    I'm worried now. Where do the dogs sit?
    They go in the roof rack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George47 View Post
    Marco: I'll have a chat with Peter.

    And I guess we can't please all the people all the time.
    No worries, George

    Oh, probably before we go any further, I'll need unbanned from the forum. Last time I checked, I was still locked out, even after the recent amnesty

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