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General Discussion / Re: Lights! Needed?
« Last post by Ampdog on Today at 01:13:46 AM »
If memory serves, I recall someone commenting to Eve-Anna Mnaley . . . that he would have liked a pilot light on the panel of the Stingray to show that it was on ...

HEY?? - -  :nutter:
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General Discussion / Re: Lights! Needed?
« Last post by Phase on February 28, 2020, 10:53:29 PM »
^That's how you do it!
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General Discussion / Re: Lights! Needed?
« Last post by Phase on February 28, 2020, 10:51:29 PM »
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CDs/LPs/Lossless/DVDs/Bluray/Games / Re: Youtube!! Links to Great Songs
« Last post by Katji on February 28, 2020, 10:47:07 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Lights! Needed?
« Last post by Shonver on February 28, 2020, 10:38:57 PM »
At the last Cape Town Hi-Fi Club meeting where part of the equipment was a Plinius pre/power combo there was a bright white LED that irritated me no end! I actually was surprised to find this on a Plinius. That white LED was brighter then the other lights on the equipment.
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Open Talk / Re: Geyser Timer - Is it worth installing?
« Last post by Bruce M on February 28, 2020, 10:38:41 PM »
That is a good one

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Open Talk / Re: Geyser Timer - Is it worth installing?
« Last post by El Sid on February 28, 2020, 10:36:02 PM »
Someone else said that losses are quite low - that is not always true, and depend on many factors. The regulations recently got tighter, so a modern Class B geyser will have half the losses of an older Class E geyser. Sadly, Class E geysers are still sold and if yours is more than ~4years old you probably have one of those.

I prefer Class A geysers - the water is clearer, the bath warmer and paired with oxygen-free copper pipes there is no fatigue even during extended bathing sessions.

Admittedly they are less efficient 😜
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General Discussion / Re: Lights! Needed?
« Last post by Katji on February 28, 2020, 10:28:43 PM »
I guess it's McIntosh.  Then again, so many do the blue LED thing now. 
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General Discussion / Re: Munich High End Show cancelled
« Last post by Katji on February 28, 2020, 10:24:29 PM »
Sad that had to happen but understandable.  Containment and stopping it spreading will probably work better than waiting for a vaccine.  Iíll still hopefully make my annual Germany trip (for the last time before Buggerit may change the visa rules).  If nothing else, to have a bit of cake and a coffee in the Speicherstadt in Hamburg, and a decent kebap

Yes. Containment.  But it takes just one mistake, one slip-up. 
I saw last night that they are repatriating the south african students in Wuhan... I just hope there's no f-up with the quarantine.  And that 21 days is enough.
Friend stuck in Wuhan, she's freaking out a bit.  Thing is, maintaining the immune system - they stress about going out to get groceries, and fresh vegetables and fruit not so easily available...and stress is a negative factor in the first place.
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Open Talk / Re: Geyser Timer - Is it worth installing?
« Last post by JonnyP on February 28, 2020, 10:21:27 PM »
I donít have a geyser, would this work on a 100L geyser when I decide to get one again (relatives threatening to visit and this time they would stay at my cold water flat)?
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