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Citizen B wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 12:23 pm
MikeDennison wrote: Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:02 pm Great Courses: The Roman Empire
I listened to that. If you want some Great Courses audio CDs, I have hundreds of them. I will be happy to give them to you. PM me.

Anyone who wants some, please PM me. I am happy to get rid of them. They are excellent and they served me well, but there is only so many times I can listen to them.

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Thanks man! I might take you up on that. I've got some stuff to get headed your way...long overdue.
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Finally got the rest of my home theater hooked up yesterday so we've been watching a lot of movies with good low frequency information. Cloverfield is the current selection.
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MikeDennison wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 8:10 pm
Citizen B wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 12:23 pm
MikeDennison wrote: Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:02 pm Great Courses: The Roman Empire
I listened to that. If you want some Great Courses audio CDs, I have hundreds of them. I will be happy to give them to you. PM me.

Anyone who wants some, please PM me. I am happy to get rid of them. They are excellent and they served me well, but there is only so many times I can listen to them.

My collection leans heavily toward history.
Thanks man! I might take you up on that. I've got some stuff to get headed your way...long overdue.
If he doesn't I will! I wore out my Richard Fineman lectures.
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Mr Beardsley wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 11:03 pm Finally got the rest of my home theater hooked up yesterday so we've been watching a lot of movies with good low frequency information. Cloverfield is the current selection.
Me too! Got some new Klipsch speakers with dual 8" woofers that need to be broken in. Haven't had a chance to watch any movies yet. Put the small 55" TV in the den and hooked up the old Klipsch bookshelf speakers with a tiny amp. We've been listening to the built-in speakers for months now since we moved.
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Ronv69 wrote: Fri Jan 22, 2021 12:23 pm
MikeDennison wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 8:10 pm
Citizen B wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 12:23 pm

I listened to that. If you want some Great Courses audio CDs, I have hundreds of them. I will be happy to give them to you. PM me.

Anyone who wants some, please PM me. I am happy to get rid of them. They are excellent and they served me well, but there is only so many times I can listen to them.

My collection leans heavily toward history.
Thanks man! I might take you up on that. I've got some stuff to get headed your way...long overdue.
If he doesn't I will! I wore out my Richard Fineman lectures.
Go for it! I've got a back-log of Great Courses on Audible and Amazon anyway. :D
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Ronv69 wrote: Fri Jan 22, 2021 12:27 pm
Mr Beardsley wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 11:03 pm Finally got the rest of my home theater hooked up yesterday so we've been watching a lot of movies with good low frequency information. Cloverfield is the current selection.
Me too! Got some new Klipsch speakers with dual 8" woofers that need to be broken in. Haven't had a chance to watch any movies yet. Put the small 55" TV in the den and hooked up the old Klipsch bookshelf speakers with a tiny amp. We've been listening to the built-in speakers for months now since we moved.
Nice! The front of mine (older monitor audio silver 6's and silver center) has been hooked up since we moved in. Needed to pull wire under the house to the rear of the room to hook up the surrounds (monitor silver fx) and subwoofer. The sub is a Dayton audio ultimax 15 in a down firing enclosure I built. It sits in a bay window knock out / dead space behind the sofa and is very tactile. Powered by a crown xls 1500
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