Your Audio Quirks

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Deftone

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Re: Your Audio Quirks
« Reply #20 on: 17 Jul 2011, 03:12 pm »
My cd's are in their right place and in their respective cd cases.

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Re: Your Audio Quirks
« Reply #21 on: 17 Jul 2011, 07:39 pm »
Wow, Deftone.  That's really quirky!   8)

My cd's are in their right place and in their respective cd cases.

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Re: Your Audio Quirks
« Reply #22 on: 17 Jul 2011, 10:32 pm »
I like to replay things. I do not mean like once over. I will replay the same five CDs in the changer for a few days. So i am listening to the music over ten hours a day, every day, and then stick some similar stuff (like say five Miles Davis) CDs in the changer and listen to them over and over until I have had enough. then pick some other stuff.
I had the same five CDs in the changer I left on for my pets to listen to alll day while I used to go to work, for many years. And i would often leave them playing!! when i got home.
So that is my biggest wierd thing.  Naturally I do not do that with LPs.

The only other wierd thing is I am a spendthrift. i want to save money while i am blowing every penny on music or equipment!!!
Like this week Half Price Books had a great sale of $15 off $50 purchases. So I went to two stores and spent HOURS browsing the music, finally getting the $50 worth of stuff at each. (great hauls too! tons of $1 and $2 items, I had to gring down from like $80 worth to be cheap and spend just $50!) Now this would not normally be a big deal, but i am spending food money for music, instead of food here... LOL. (I have enough left to make it OK.)

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Re: Your Audio Quirks
« Reply #23 on: 17 Jul 2011, 10:40 pm »
Behind my listening chair is a dog pillow big enough for a great dane. This is where my Jack russel lies for
any and all sessions. If he isnt there I have to go and get him. There is a child barrier door so he cant get in and turn on the tunes without me... :o
We also have a cat....if he strays in I have to remove him....I cant relax with him in the room.