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YNWaN
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Post by YNWaN » Fri Dec 12, 2014 11:25 am

Welcome aboard Jim (loving the dodgy puns :)) and thank you for the thought provoking PM conversation. As you say, it would probably be better as a thread in its own right (it is regarding the Linn Keel and turntable chassis design in general).

Would you care to start said thread - perhaps edited elements of our PM's should be included as otherwise it will appear to start mid conversation.
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Post by jimification » Fri Dec 12, 2014 2:13 pm

Thanks Mark, and thanks for your side of the conversation (ahem, rather more informed than mine!)

I've posted up the thread, please feel free to edit anything that you think could improve legibility (I was surprised how long our conversation was!)

cheers,

Jim

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Post by flatpopely » Sat Dec 13, 2014 4:04 pm

Welcome jimification!
Flat Earth rocks with PJC!
(Porcupine Tree are the new...'insert fav prog band here')
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Post by Ron Edley » Fri Dec 19, 2014 3:55 pm

Hello, I'm Ron and I have loved music from my short pants and lack of facial hair days. I'm now old enough to be some ones venerable old ancestor and live about a 15 minute walk away from Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, the WW2 code breaking place. Listening to music for me started very early via my parents' and grandma's wind up gramophone and their wide selection of music on disc, then their Grundig radiogram, various music centres to the present day owning a classical Naim and record player... details at and on a later post if thats okay? I've owned shellacs, early mono lps to present day vinyl and now have a cd player, but vinyl for me is where its at. I have no plans to go into down load digital as at my time of life I need to get up, walk to my music station, flip the record over and walk back to the chair for the sake of exercise, can't afford gym fees :) . I've been meandering in and out of this forum for guidance and because some members own more or less the same equipment as me and there does not seem to be the usual Naim hostility as found on other fora... don'tcha just love the little Bs?

Anyway folks thanks for letting me through the door and into your world.

Ron :D

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Post by YNWaN » Fri Dec 19, 2014 4:18 pm

Welcome aboard Ron :). Sorry for the delay authorising your account, we've had a sudden burst of spam-bots recently and had to implement more stringent joining criteria which now means that one of the moderators has to activate your account.

Please feel free to ask any questions or tell us about your system, experiences or projects :).
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Post by YNWaN » Fri Dec 19, 2014 4:28 pm

Oh, I should add that you are quite right when you say we aren't hostile to Naim gear as both Andrew and I (we own the forum) are long term users of Naim amplification and I've yet to hear anything that I've personally preferred (that I can afford). Having said that, we certainly have plenty of time for other makes and some of the guys have Avondale, Witchat and a bunch of other makes.
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Post by flatpopely » Fri Dec 19, 2014 11:39 pm

Hi Ron.

Welcome!

I hope you find the forum useful and fun.

Andrew.
Flat Earth rocks with PJC!
(Porcupine Tree are the new...'insert fav prog band here')
LP12/Ittok LVII/Tranquility/RubiKon/ASAKA/RadiKal
Soundblaster X-Fi HD
SONY CDP 338ESD
SONY TC K570
JVC AX-Z1010TN
Linn SARA (YNWAN bespoke build)

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Post by Jamster » Wed Apr 29, 2015 12:49 am

Hi im Jamster from Scotland.

Like - Beer, Whiskey, Motorbikes, Rock Music, Dogs, Football, NVA, Mince n Tatties, Headphones, Bagpipes, Shooting, Hollidays, etc etc etc....... :D
Dislike - Lager, Cats, cricket, Politicians, Naim, Jellied Eel's, Hip Hop, Bacardi, Classical Music, Untidy cables, Wan Gok, Work, etc etc etc......... :evil:

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Post by flatpopely » Wed Apr 29, 2015 1:26 pm

Welcome.

Play nice, no swearing :D

Andrew.
Flat Earth rocks with PJC!
(Porcupine Tree are the new...'insert fav prog band here')
LP12/Ittok LVII/Tranquility/RubiKon/ASAKA/RadiKal
Soundblaster X-Fi HD
SONY CDP 338ESD
SONY TC K570
JVC AX-Z1010TN
Linn SARA (YNWAN bespoke build)

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Re: Welcome - Say hello in this thread.

Post by flatpopely » Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:29 pm

Couple of new members joined recently.

Be nice to introduce yourselves :D

Andrew.
Flat Earth rocks with PJC!
(Porcupine Tree are the new...'insert fav prog band here')
LP12/Ittok LVII/Tranquility/RubiKon/ASAKA/RadiKal
Soundblaster X-Fi HD
SONY CDP 338ESD
SONY TC K570
JVC AX-Z1010TN
Linn SARA (YNWAN bespoke build)

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