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markgrogan
markgrogan
2/21/2019 12:45:18 AM
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More info needed
'@michaelmaloney I think you have to supply to us a little bit more detail as to what and how you want to test your system too. If you're looking to gauge the power and degree of amplification then you might be able to head to your nearest hardware store to get someone on the ground to meet your needs for a test system.

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steve.taranovich
steve.taranovich
10/18/2018 1:40:00 PM
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Re: hi
@michaelmaloney---what kind of system do you want to test?

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michaelmaloney
michaelmaloney
10/18/2018 4:56:38 AM
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hi
I am glad that I don't have to work with this on a technical basis often. I happened to stumble in here because I wanted to know if there was a machine of sorts that could help me test my system actually. Would you be able to direct me to something that I can buy off the rack for testing rather than something I would have to make myself?

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