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  • Re: Unpacking Beolab 5

    [quote user="KingOfSnake"] @Medogsfat Bitter towards Beoworld? Why? [/quote] I know why you are bitter towards Beoworld - as do you. Following this post I will not reply to any more of your remarks on this or any other subject & will only intervene with any of your posts when it is deemed that you have overstepped the published posting
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-10-2011
  • Re: Designer David Lewis has passed away

    That really is very very sad news Chris.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-09-2011
  • Re: Which system to choose, please advise

    The 7700 has a wonderful amp & would be my choice, but as you already own the rest of the system the 2400 has a certain appeal in that you would complete the set. All of the flat separates systems look wonderful when laid out whereas the 7700 would take up half the space which is deal breaker for someone (like me) who has limited space. Chris.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-08-2011
  • Re: The W T F thread

    As shown on Beoworld about 5 years ago I'm afraid. Not my cup of tea but they belong to Lenny Kravitz & he can do as he pleases with them I suppose. Chris.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-05-2011
  • Re: A Bargain?

    Doesn't Axel cut the cartridges open from the front to access the insides? I could be wrong as I haven't used his service myself (yet). I suppose only time will tell if this turns out to be a bargain or not - play it until it fails would be my advice. Chris.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-05-2011
  • Re: Problem with the Arm of a Beogram 5500

    Welcome to wonderful world of British cuisine Leslie. Deep fried Mars bars are a very Scottish "delicacy" which is possibly one reason behind Scotland (allegedly) being the heart desease capital of Europe. I have tried them & although they aren't nearly as disgusting as they sound I could not eat more than two at the time - they worked
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-04-2011
  • Re: Problem with the Arm of a Beogram 5500

    Leslie - that youtube video could seriously contravene the Geneva convention if used as a means of torture. I withdraw my earlier profiterole comparison, it is like comparing a sows ear to a silk purse. The genuine Bossche Bollen must be on yet another level......... as so many local produce tend to be. I'll swap you a box of these for some GENUINE
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-04-2011
  • Re: Problem with the Arm of a Beogram 5500

    These look right up my street Leslie - giant profiteroles. Do they travel well? Chris.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-04-2011
  • Re: The Unboxing Topic

    I deny ANYONE who has kids/grandkids to tell me that they get far more pleasure from playing with the empty boxes than they do from the contents at Christmas. Chris.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-04-2011
  • Re: Unpacking Beolab 5

    [quote user="KingOfSnake"] OK why is this 'sneaky'? Did you mean 'sneaky?' Since most-informed users of this forum agree that if you are buying 18000 euro speakers - way above the price (4000 Euros overpriced at least) they are available for elsewhere brand new or otherwise - then the supplying Dealer should have installed
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Medogsfat on 11-04-2011
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