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“…I see faces and traces of home…back in New York City, Un Hunh!”

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Rimshot item for the day. . .

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That’s perfect (ly horrible!) I had a pair of Acoustats that needed their “socks” replaced more than once thanks to the kitty’s instincts.

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We got our kitten a couple of years after I sold my old MG-1s, and she died at age 19, a few years before I got my .7s. That was not by design. I’m not capable of that degree of coordination.

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Owning both, cats are a no-go in my house, tho I have a feral mouser living under my house; the ultimate cat relationship.
I STILL want to know what happens if a dog pees on a high voltage electrostatic… Nobody seems to have an answer… :thinking: Might have to submit an Ask Paul…

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Typical bias voltage on a 'stat membrane is around 5kV to 6kV DC so Fido would be quite unhappy if he peed on your speaker. Also, urine is a great conductor of electricity due to its salt content.

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fido might howl in keeping with music …

I’ve owned several Maggies and Accoustats, Quads, Dahlquist, ESS/Heil…a bunch of pet unfriendly designs.
No problem as my only dog was not allowed in the music room. My issue is me, with all the cords and cables that I have to avoid like land mines.

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3-day suspension for this “groaner”!

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Ya, deserved…
Sorry old timer, I didn’t mean to cause any boomer anger. :rofl:
2 week suspension now? :shushing_face: :sweat_smile:

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What do you mean, old timer? Where did you get that idea?

I am a 30-something gamer living in my parents’ basement.

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Glenn Gould, in his next life.

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I immediately thought of Keith Jarrett

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As did I. I listened to The Köln Concert just last week.