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Re: FS: model SE84C #599
Reply #15 - 04/13/10 at 01:25:52
 
I have experienced a problem due to my haphazard, trusting posting style in this thread.

A person has tried to contact me by Private Means and asked me questions of a revealing nature, making sure reference to this thread, which have nothing to do with this thread's original intent, as it was created. I will not accept any such contact, if I can avoid it. Thinking that I was in a safe place, I posted my thoughts and they came back to haunt me.


I will not answer to this person or any other who tries this method of contact, but for the future of this forum, I would like to see all my responses in this thread that have nothing to do with my acquiring Zen C # 599 or a direct interaction to the original poster, removed. Can someone please remove all my old posts from this thread and protect me from further contact by members who would attempt to contact me in such a way.

Looking at my comments, they do nothing to further the sales of these amazing amplifiers. I apologize for my transgression and plead that my superfluous posts in this thread be removed, please.

I am asking that my posts be removed in this thread that have nothing to do with my acquiring the original posters offering, please.

I have already set my PM options to a more safe setting. No need to worry, I hope.


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Reply #16 - 04/13/10 at 03:02:05
 
I sent you a PM, and after re-reading it, am not sure what I've done wrong. Apologies.
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Reply #17 - 04/13/10 at 21:34:03
 
My advice would be to spend your money on "Master Handbook of Acoustics" by Everest before spending any money on more equipment.  Only costs around 30 bucks and for a technical book is a pretty good read.  It really helped me to understand what was wrong with my listening room and how to try and fix it (atleast hide some of the problems).  You may be able to get better sound from just moving your speakers more away from walls then buying any equipment.  If I had it to over again I would have wanted to start off reading this book.  Would have saved me some $$$, time and aggrevation.      
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Reply #18 - 04/14/10 at 23:00:46
 
I am mostly worried about what will be gleaned from my horrid posts in this thread. My growth is well beyond where I took my latest piece of gear upon arrival. I was mainly trying to say that anyone, even with all the "worst stuff"  can gain from one superior piece of gear.

I did enjoy the simplest of applications of my recently acquired SE84C, but that does not mean that I am done searching. I am worried that someone will think that what I have posted here is worth more than its face value.


I just do not want to hurt the forum I love so much, by doing a dis-service to it, at large. Not everyone is smart enough to read through what I posted, unfortunately. That is why I asked for it to be removed.
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Reply #19 - 04/14/10 at 23:05:17
 
Hell, maybe that sets it straight. I'm not sure, though.
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Reply #20 - 04/14/10 at 23:07:54
 
Brad, I appreciate your enthusiasm, but one source is just that.
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