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post #991 of 998
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Originally Posted by cybrsage View Post

You wrap on your speakers with your knuckles? You know that puts negative energy into your speakers, and make them sound bad with anything but heavy metal and gansta rap...

Which is why you should have a pair of Totem Beaks on hand to suck out all the negative energy. Duh!
post #992 of 998
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Originally Posted by cybrsage View Post


You wrap on your speakers with your knuckles? You know that puts negative energy into your speakers, and make them sound bad with anything but heavy metal and gansta rap...

Gangsta rap?? LMAO!!!
post #993 of 998
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Originally Posted by Nethawk View Post


This was my favorite:

The hollowed out underside collects the "parasitic vibrations" then channels it out through the beak.

Parasitic vibrations? Can't you just lay an antibiotic on top of your speaker and achieve the same result? Just thinking out loud here.

Antibiotics have side effects too, usually diarrhea. That would make the music sound like $hit.
post #994 of 998
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Originally Posted by ambesolman View Post


Antibiotics have side effects too, usually diarrhea. That would make the music sound like $hit.

Bahahaha nice!!
post #995 of 998
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Originally Posted by ambesolman View Post

Antibiotics have side effects too, usually diarrhea. That would make the music sound like $hit.

Nice!
post #996 of 998
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Originally Posted by repete66211 View Post

Which is why you should have a pair of Totem Beaks on hand to suck out all the negative energy. Duh!

Oh wow, did not think of that. There is a solution to every problem.
post #997 of 998
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Originally Posted by Osamede View Post

Are you kidding? I bet half the speakers out there cannot even pass the cursory "rapp on the knuckles" test.

Obviously i have never owned those half of the speakers.
post #998 of 998
Telling a sealed sub from a ported by sound.

Hearing differences between a sub cabinet made of mdf, birch or bamboo.
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