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Audio turboencabulator

Rich Pell
10/24/2012 03:13 PM EDT

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robtmblood
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re: Audio turboencabulator
robtmblood   10/26/2012 7:58:40 PM
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Uh... While I WAS born in April, I don't believe we are AT April yet; especially not the First, thereof. Why this? Why now? Mike B. :|

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re: Audio turboencabulator
Melro   10/25/2012 4:25:24 PM
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A smiley faced XLR appears "unbalanced" when I try to dial up a setting that delivers some creamy distortion. Great farce!

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