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55 minutes ago, Constantin said:

Oh! I‘m getting excited! Just hoping it isn’t that power supply thing...

Nah, they snuck the power supply out, without telling me.

LEF

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1 hour ago, r.paterson said:

Since I have literally just bought some SRC B1 kit..it's bound to be a Radio microphone system based on the Duet IEM system...:(

 

....and, if you reply to the toll free number in the next 5 minutes with a valid Subway Tuna Sandwich coupon, you'll get not one but two(!) count them, two(!) Radio Mic Systems for the same low, low price, with only additional shipping and handling!

 

Nah, you are safe.

Best,

Larry F

 

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2 hours ago, LarryF said:

Nah, they snuck the power supply out, without telling me.

LEF

 

Oh good. I feel like that wasn’t really meant for us here. 

So, I‘m guessing 14th of September?

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1 hour ago, Constantin said:

 

So, I‘m guessing 14th of September?

 

When Larry is racing down the road in his sporty car, chasing tumble weeds - - - it usually means something is imminent.

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3 hours ago, Constantin said:

 

Oh good. I feel like that wasn’t really meant for us here. 

So, I‘m guessing 14th of September?

 

Could it be? The Dual Tumblweeds? DPA announces their new mic and Lectro announces they join forces with DPA to concour the European RF market. Hmm.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, karlw said:

Nothing to see here.... 

 

What do you mean? No release imminent?

19 hours ago, Sound Intuition said:

 

Could it be? The Dual Tumblweeds? DPA announces their new mic and Lectro announces they join forces with DPA to concour the European RF market. Hmm.

 

 

 

No, I meant the 14th because that is the first day of the IBC, which is possibly why DPA chose that, too. 

I thought dual tumbleweeds would refer to a dual receiver or to a dual release. 

But if Karl Winkler now says something else. I don’t know...

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28 minutes ago, Constantin said:

What do you mean? No release imminent?

 

Constantin, in the US at least, "Nothing to see here" is a colloquial ironic phrase implying there actually is something to see...or at least will be... Karl jokes with us.

 

Way more than you want to know about the phrase:

https://www.chronicle.com/blogs/linguafranca/2017/11/27/nothing-to-see-here-the-evolution-of-a-catchphrase/

 

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New retro-styled dual-channel voice projector. Because Fender is doing so well with their classic guitar-amp reissues. And because, thanks to the FCC, spectrum just isn't fun anymore.

 

vintage-portable-microphone_1_a11d5fcc97

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7 minutes ago, johnpaul215 said:

I’m going to guess there being a pair of tumbleweeds is a hint. 

Hmmm a duet of tumble weeds?

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54 minutes ago, johnpaul215 said:

I’m going to guess there being a pair of tumbleweeds is a hint. 

Maybe they will announce next 2'sday. 

LEF

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On 9/6/2018 at 11:40 PM, Jim Feeley said:

 

Constantin, in the US at least, "Nothing to see here" is a colloquial ironic phrase implying there actually is something to see...or at least will be... Karl jokes with us.

 

Way more than you want to know about the phrase:

https://www.chronicle.com/blogs/linguafranca/2017/11/27/nothing-to-see-here-the-evolution-of-a-catchphrase/

 

 

Yes, I did actually know that. But in my excitement about a new - possibly exciting - product from Lectro I got completely irony-blind. 

But thanks for the link to that article. That was quite entertaining 

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Hi Jim,

That link you posted on evolution of a catch phrase, reminded me how much I miss "The Farside". My favorite, but I never could never explain why:

See the source image

Best Regards,

Larry Fisher

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