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10/25/01 RIP My HT, for Now...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by todbnla, Oct 25, 2001.

  1. todbnla

    todbnla Screenwriter

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    After tweaking my current modest HT, Alas, we are moving this weekend after 8 years in our current home. Tonite before E.R. came on, I had to dismantle it. [​IMG]
    It is truly amazing how long it takes to get it just the way you want will all the popular tweaks and then more amazing how fast you can pull it down to a mere pile of cables, boxes, and such. Sniff, Sniff.
    But- a new HT day will come for me soon I hope.
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    Now let's go shopping, time to upgrade... [​IMG]
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    [Edited last by Todd Barattini on October 25, 2001 at 10:44 PM]
     
  2. Charles Guajardo

    Charles Guajardo Stunt Coordinator

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    hope you can make it til the move.
    whenever i move the ht is the absolute last thing to be broken down and packed up. its actually pretty sad when my friends are helping me move and i have a fit when they make a move to disconnect my speakers.
     
  3. Guy Kuo

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    The corollary is that the first thing a man will set up when moving into a new home is the sound system. It matters not those tons of boxes and misplaced furniture which compel our spouses. The stereo gets set up first. It's a law of nature.
     
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    I feel your pain. I had to take my apart for some furniture upgrades. It took me two weeks before I could put it back together. It was the longest two weeks of my life! Hang tough!
     
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    Todd, hang in there. I went through the same thing earlier this year when I started a new job. There was a six-week period when I was in temporary housing while in a transition stage (waiting to sell the old house and close on the new one). For those six weeks, all I brought with me was an $80 boombox and 20 CDs, and the apartment complex provided a TV and VCR. Not fun, but the six weeks passed, and I had blast setting up the components in the new house.
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