My new sexy pre-amp

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    brizonbiovizier Honey Badger

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    Honey doesnt work - unless it covers every pollen type and maybe even not then! I only get hayfever in london - its the pollution.
     
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    mr cat Member of the month

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    well, I'm not qualified to argue - just what I've hread (on tv) and read on numerous occasions... ;)
     
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    brizonbiovizier Honey Badger

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    I treid it but it made no difference for me. I have a feeling the UK Hive Association is behind this one! ;)
     
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    Dynamic Turtle The Bydo Destroyer

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    I have tried some of the local "honeys" and have to say that I *really* don't like the taste of these Bermondsey slags!!
     
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    Tenson Moderator

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    What are you implying sir!?

    I don't sneeze that much my nose just runs like a waterfall! I have some homeopathic things which seem to help a bit.
     
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    Just a thought Simon, but have you had the cold-like symptoms for a long time?

    Cat allergy ?

    Cat/pollen/dust allergies tend to go together IME.

    That reminds me I must get some anti-cat pills before visiting next weekend.
     
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    A dog?:D

    I took anti-histamine pills for over a decade for my allergies. One reason I never got into drinking.
     
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    Tenson Moderator

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    I only get it in the summer. Sometimes it gets better as the summer goes on as well.

    Just as long as the pills don't get rid of my cats!

    A stuffy nose does seem to run in my family (hahaha!) as my Dad and his Dad always had it too.
     
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    sorry to drag this back on topic, I can't wait for my transformers to arrive :)
     
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    Tenson Moderator

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    they should go off tomorrow. With my email fuking around and being very busy the last few days I have yet to send half of them off I'm afraid.
     
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    No rush, I'm enjoying the hell out of my system as is :)
     
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    Anybody got any more glamorous pictures of their Tx 102s I have just got my pair ,just figuring out the wiring.Where do the pink wires go and grounding ?
     
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    Pink wire is case ground for the transformer. The output ground is the black or white (whichever there are more of) with no tag on it.

    Input ground is the minus or if you are using balanced, there is no input ground but you can link input ground to the output ground or leave it separate, or even put a resistor between.
     
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    Which is the best 2 pole 23 way rotary and who stocks them in the UK?Do Grayhill do one?
     
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    Grayhill do one, they are where I am getting my super sized one for 6 channels. The UK distributor is EAO Ltd. I have been dealing with Eric Baker who is a great guy Eric. Baker @ eao .com

    Seiden also do them and can be got from http://www.diyhifisupply.com/

    Elma are also good.
     
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    This place seems to have a wide range of switches, no prices listed though. Only passing on the link, I've never tried the company. http://www.4most.co.uk/index.htm
     
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