1. No ad-hominem
2. No spamming or shilling
Guys, let's not mention the 'p' word any more (in fact I may edit it out), as it could have implications, in terms of search engines and what the site could then inadvertently be associated with...
Oh come on. After all the shite that is in three words daily? Surely you jest, sir!
His Wrexhamness then
Nothing to do with that, Justers. The word "Pron" [deliberately miss-spelled] has a unique influence on search engines, and subsequent adverse implications for any website indirectly associated with its related content.
If you speak to anyone who works in IT, they'll explain exactly how it works.
Macca bless him
Justin does work in IT...
I've worked in IT for 34 years.
I would have thought that the only possible concern would be advertising. But any old filth would probably be adverse if it really was a concern, yet there's still plenty of ads here.
Comes back the Marquess
Fair enough, I wasn't aware. However, I'd still rather that word, if it has to be used, was replaced with 'pron'.
Thank you Arcom for your arrogant, vain, ignorance in so many ways. True LOL. Please carry on
I think the only time I have replaced a capacitor was in a TV and it failed because another component had failed and took the capacitor with it. In my experience there are few components less likely to fail than correctly specified capacitors.Dr Bunsen Honeydew wrote: ↑Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:37 pmThe arse is at it again. So capacitors fail or go bad all a once do they. NO if a cap does fail it will be years between them showing signs of it, and as I understand it the amp is not performing as wanted on both channel, and each channel has its own power supply. To anyone with any brains, what does that tell you.
In Naims case there was partial truth as they made so many design cock-ups that weren't noticed, mainly in the power supplies.
I miss your creative input to the world and establishing that you are the filthiest dear owner. Who will be the first?
But 1 word struggles on.