HeadRoom Supreme headphone amplifier Page 2

"Uhh! What is it?" I was being prodded on the arm. Admittedly it was gentle, almost polite prodding, but prodding it still was, a rude disturbance of the cocoon I had woven around myself in seat 31J of the American Airlines MD-11 winging its way across the North Atlantic. I pushed Pause on the Discman, insensitively not waiting for an opportune cadence in the Brahms Piano Quintet that had been my erstwhile virtual reality.
Sat, 01/08/1994
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HeadRoom Supreme headphone amplifier

"Uhh! What is it?" I was being prodded on the arm. Admittedly it was gentle, almost polite prodding, but prodding it still was, a rude disturbance of the cocoon I had woven around myself in seat 31J of the American Airlines MD-11 winging its way across the North Atlantic. I pushed Pause on the Discman, insensitively not waiting for an opportune cadence in the Brahms Piano Quintet that had been my erstwhile virtual reality.
Sat, 01/08/1994
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Recording of January 1995: Gilbert & Sullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore

GILBERT & SULLIVAN: H.M.S. Pinafore
Richard Suart, The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B.; Thomas Allen, Captain Corcoran; Michael Schade, Ralph Rackstraw; Rebecca Evans, Josephine; Felicity Palmer, Little Buttercup; Donald Adams, Dick Deadeye; Richard Van Allan, Bill Bobstay; Welsh National Opera Orchestra & Chorus, Sir Charles Mackerras
Telarc CD-80374 (CD only). James Mallinson, prod.; Jack Renner, eng. DDD. TT: 73:42
Wed, 01/04/1995
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Changes of Everything LA Final Word 1998

As of February, 1982, the ownership of this publication passed to other hands. In total despair about its precarious finances, JGH accepted with alacrity an offer by Larry Archibald (an occasional contributor in recent years) to purchase the magazine. This has now come to pass, and it is because of the resulting infusion of money that you are holding this issue in your hot little hands now instead of three months from now (and that is probably being a little optimistic about the way things were).
Tue, 03/02/1982
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Changes of Everything

As of February, 1982, the ownership of this publication passed to other hands. In total despair about its precarious finances, JGH accepted with alacrity an offer by Larry Archibald (an occasional contributor in recent years) to purchase the magazine. This has now come to pass, and it is because of the resulting infusion of money that you are holding this issue in your hot little hands now instead of three months from now (and that is probably being a little optimistic about the way things were).
Tue, 03/02/1982
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The Analog Compact Disc Clover Systems QA-101 CD Analyzer

Nothing quite new is perfect. —Marcus Tullius Cicero, Brutus
Sun, 12/25/1994
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The Analog Compact Disc Page 6

Nothing quite new is perfect. —Marcus Tullius Cicero, Brutus
Sun, 12/25/1994
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The Analog Compact Disc Page 5

Nothing quite new is perfect. —Marcus Tullius Cicero, Brutus
Sun, 12/25/1994
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The Analog Compact Disc Page 4

Nothing quite new is perfect. —Marcus Tullius Cicero, Brutus
Sun, 12/25/1994
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The Analog Compact Disc Page 3

Nothing quite new is perfect. —Marcus Tullius Cicero, Brutus
Sun, 12/25/1994
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