RCA Cable "Burn In"

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Re: RCA Cable "Burn In"

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"Don't aim for the head. Aim for the boom box. It destroys their will to live." - Robin Williams, 'The Survivors" movie. :D
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Re: RCA Cable "Burn In"

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Err wrote: Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:00 am
Losbot wrote: Thu Jun 03, 2021 6:12 pm I still have this bad boy in my collection. I've considered selling it a couple of times but just didn't. It's become a piece of nostalgia for me now. I've seen it go for close to $1k in the past, by collectors.

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I'm curious. How many D batters does that monster take?
8 D batteries. I think I've used batteries just once in that. Always made it a point to plug it in somewhere. LOL
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Re: RCA Cable "Burn In"

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Do all functions work? That thing is a beast!
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Re: RCA Cable "Burn In"

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It works actually. I've taken good care of it. I might need to clean the pots (volume knobs, etc) with an electrical cleaner but otherwise it works and sounds good.
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