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Paul S
San Diego, California, USA
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LLoyd Walker Never Rests
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http://positive-feedback.com/Issue78/walker_audio.htm
 This TT may also be a time machine... I am immediately transported back to the same state of mind in which I posted "It Takes Balls to Shop (and never mind the nuts)", years ago. Paul S
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Romy the Cat


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I just looked at the pictures.
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It is not LLoyd Walker never rests, he is rather in the business what he can afford to rest. As the result each few month he changes in his TT a few screw from Philips head to Straight slot and announce it as the greatest sonic discovery since mastertapes of dinosaur farting. It is not that he is damn and does not feel that all of his “infinite sonic differences” are actuals the problem of hit TT deign. But he does it for well-intended propose: to let the industry screamers again and again to remind to perspective buyers about Walker. And of cause those guys rush to love everything and they glorify that unfortunate TT as it is some kind of Messiah. I actually stopped to read most of it crap. I find that it does not stimulate me. I wo0uld love to read something intelligent about audio. If I want meaningful blabbering then I can listen my 6 month son.>>




"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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mem916
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Some of the pictures are pretty at least
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But then I made the mistake of reading the captions:  "Fourth, the air supply to the arm has a special small-flow chamber containing another special black crystal to condition the air for the arm."   Good grief.
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Paul S
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Wait a Minute!
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Mark, sure, the black crystals all look the same to the untutored, but perhaps they vary according to use, and in this case it is silica gel? ;>Wink

Best regards,
Paul S
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mem916
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Ahhhh!
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Just be sure to have Mr. Walker come out regularly to replace them.  Wink

 Paul S wrote:
Mark, sure, the black crystals all look the same to the untutored, but perhaps they vary according to use, and in this case it is silica gel? ;>Wink

Best regards,
Paul S
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Paul S
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Pretty Sure
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the well-heeled owners all subscribe to this service, and the top percentile have a room for Lloyd when he visits.


Paul S
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