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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    What Mrs P ?
    I spotted that almost as soon as I posted it, but I thought sod it, no one will notice. Wrong! Although that might be a better arrangement - Mrs. P just constantly complains: "Turn it down, it's making my ears bleed" and "You're not playing that crap again, even the cat's left the room". Whereas Leinani (my hula girl) just dances with a lovely smile even if I'm playing "Titties and Beer" by Frank Zappa.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    It comes as no surprise to learn you are a Zappa fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    I spotted that almost as soon as I posted it, but I thought sod it, no one will notice. Wrong! Although that might be a better arrangement - Mrs. P just constantly complains: "Turn it down, it's making my ears bleed" and "You're not playing that crap again, even the cat's left the room". Whereas Leinani (my hula girl) just dances with a lovely smile even if I'm playing "Titties and Beer" by Frank Zappa.
    Saw Zappa play Wembley Arena years ago during his Titties and Beer tour. He was excellent.

    Barry (also a Zappa fan)
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    I'm sure you really love Mrs P to bits though Steve...
    Bev


    Mark Levinson N.390s CD Through: MG HDX1 To: Mark Levinson N.383 To: Magneplanar .7's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Saw Zappa play Wembley Arena years ago during his Titties and Beer tour. He was excellent.

    Barry (also a Zappa fan)
    A regret of mine that I never got to see him.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    I'm sure you really love Mrs P to bits though Steve...
    May I direct your attention to my rather soppy post in "Tell me Something..." thread I was having a mardy moment - hormones I think
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    I guess I could always get a few of those dancing flower jobbies.. that'd fill the space left behind by the Naim bits n pieces...
    Bev


    Mark Levinson N.390s CD Through: MG HDX1 To: Mark Levinson N.383 To: Magneplanar .7's

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    Well after 'living' with the two ML's now for a little while I cannot see any reason not to sell the Naim straight away... I don't think I could go back now... which is nice I guess...

    I normally hold onto stuff for a few weeks/months but I am so liking the sound of the two ML's I can't see any reason to hold onto the Naim
    Bev


    Mark Levinson N.390s CD Through: MG HDX1 To: Mark Levinson N.383 To: Magneplanar .7's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    Well after 'living' with the two ML's now for a little while I cannot see any reason not to sell the Naim straight away... I don't think I could go back now... which is nice I guess...

    I normally hold onto stuff for a few weeks/months but I am so liking the sound of the two ML's I can't see any reason to hold onto the Naim
    I would encourage you to go back to the Naim for a short time just to realise how the Maggies sound without the extra grunt. That way you would never regret parting with the Naim stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherwood View Post
    I would encourage you to go back to the Naim for a short time just to realise how the Maggies sound without the extra grunt. That way you would never regret parting with the Naim stuff.
    That's a good piont Geoff... I will indeed try the Naim again just to make sure but I don't think I will regret parting with the Naim to be honest... I loved the SN2 but I do think owning the Maggies has shown it's 'weakness' if that makes sense..
    Bev


    Mark Levinson N.390s CD Through: MG HDX1 To: Mark Levinson N.383 To: Magneplanar .7's

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