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    How many JBL's are in the picture?

    Paragon Paragon....
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    Well why not it's just one more pair...
    4340's and 250ti's what an odd pair...

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    I suppose the correct answer is "two".

    Or is the pool table JBL, too?

    How sad!

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    It is sad, I give my dad a hard time everytime I am in that part of their house. He had the system tri-amped with three Crown PSA2's, about twenty years ago he started purchasing electrostatic speakers and moved this into deep storage. He says some day it will play again. It might look bad but there is not a scratch on it, I was very little when he purchased it new.
    Well why not it's just one more pair...
    4340's and 250ti's what an odd pair...

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    It's almost four o'cock somewhere...


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbl_daddy View Post
    It might look bad but there is not a scratch on it, I was very little when he purchased it new.
    I feel better now knowing it has an actual caring owner and an heir apparent. I figured them for cast-off orphans.
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    I find it hard to believe that some people have rooms in their houses that look like this......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allanvh5150 View Post
    I find it hard to believe that some people have rooms in their houses that look like this......
    You don't have wall clocks in New Zealand?



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    Some do, I think mine is in a box in the garage. Damn ticking drives me nuts.

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    Anybody who would do that to a PARAGON,,should be horsewhipped,,salt rubbed into there wounds and left in the sun to die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maron,,,
    Anybody who would do that to a PARAGON,,should be horsewhipped,,salt rubbed into there wounds and left in the sun to die.


    and even if its a PARAGON, it still is just a THING and treating it like a thing doesnt justify a post like that.
    maybe thats really youre opinion, or you rather just want to provoke, BUT i cant stand language like that and i oppose it and i think a post like that should be deleted because its repulsive and offensive to human dignity.
    short: BEEP yourself, before posting such

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maron Horonzakz View Post
    Anybody who would do that to a PARAGON,,should be horsewhipped,,salt rubbed into there wounds and left in the sun to die.
    That is what separates you from mankind. You're statement is uncalled for and rude. Giving you a wide berth and benefit, perhaps you meant it as a joke.. if so, it isn't funny. While I might have a hard time seeing a Paragon in such a state, it is as Demon says, just a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maron Horonzakz View Post
    Anybody who would do that to a PARAGON,,should be horsewhipped,,salt rubbed into there wounds and left in the sun to die.
    Just another reason to dump you from the forum ...
    Even if you are some kinda cowboy, you aren't John Wayne,
    its not the 50s, and its just not funny in civilized states ...
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    Well, he still likes JBL speakers. His home theater consists of five L100's and a pair of B380's, he loves the attack to the JBL's. I was going to go over there about six months ago pull it out and set the system up in my family room at my house and my wife found out... That is the same reason there is now a pair of 250ti's in the grest room instead of my 4340's. BUT I AM STILL WORKING ON HER. It is cheeper to live with her than the Paragon.
    Well why not it's just one more pair...
    4340's and 250ti's what an odd pair...

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    Its wusses like you that stood back while 10 million died,,,The Germans thought they were only things....The Art MAN made where also destroyed..

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