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kach22i

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I'm not always the good speller I want to be. Sometimes I'll pull up Google and use it a spell check in lieu of opening up a Word document or lifting up a dictionary. So; I look up the word Equipment because I still have not had my coffee and my brain is not yet working right this morning. Now that I have the correct spelling of the word, I click the "IMAGE" selection in Google, just to see what comes up.

Todays word is Equipment , and it shows us this:

http://equipment.go4go.net/
This page was created on 03/23/2004 to offer high quality, low cost Gobans (boards) and stones


I figure these might make nice amp stands or shevles for some of the DIY crowd.
 

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But its the stones that will improve your sound quality. You place them

around the room the adjectives come spewing forth. Seriously, I read it. :)
 
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dyazdani

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You can probably change the sound in your room too by altering the ratio of white to black stones :D
 
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Taz

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For a $150 I will sell you so high End Stones that will truly be the the best upgrade you will ever buy:rolleyes:
 

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Taz said:
For a $150 I will sell you so high End Stones that will truly be the the best upgrade you will ever buy:rolleyes:
At that ridiculously low price, they couldn't possibly work. Now if you had some $1,000 stones, then I might be interested. . . :D
 

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I have read of such audio foolishness before, but I swear I posted this "board game" only as an option to traditional amp stands. Although at the prices listed I'm not sure you would be saving any money.

My neighbor built a large coffee table with that same board grid design on it. It was very heavy, but very cool looking. And as a bonus he also built his own speaker cabinets and an amp he was trying to put together from a magazine article. They moved away last month, they were good neighbors, we did some stereo listening a few times - and some drinking. ;)
 
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