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12-31-2010 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
oxric
Posts 184
Joined on 02-12-2010

Post #: 26
Post ID: 15327
Reply to: 15326
Happy New Year and a million thanks
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Hi Romy:

I would like to wish you and all those who contribute to this forum a very Happy New Year 2011.

In addition, I would like, and I would be so reckless as to presume many of your readers/contributors feel the same way, to express a debt of gratitude toward the monumental repository of knowledge that your website has become. It should be archived by the Library of Congress. Following your process of refining your system, your thought processes as you go through the various possibilities, is always instructive, informative and entertaining.

I have little to look forward to in terms of my own playback in the coming year as although I will be hoping to build a couple of horns (tractrix as well as the 'new' JMLC constant directivity horns I have read about), I doubt I will achieve sonic results of much merit given my current room limitations.

So I will continue reading your site and vicariously enjoy a system which I trust must be quite close to the state of the art.

Happy New Year to all and I wish you success in all your endeavours in 2011, whether audio related or not.

Rakesh



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AOK_Farmer


Marlboro NY USA
Posts 63
Joined on 07-08-2004

Post #: 27
Post ID: 15328
Reply to: 15326
Mazel Tov Koshka
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2011 will be a busy audio year for me. I will have a nice large space 28 feet x 20 feet x 11 feet which I am free to modify for audio. The walls are 150 years old irregular stone the floor is cement and the ceiling is composed of structural wooden beams with very little flex. I can implement whatever acoustical measures are called for. There are two windows and a wide door. This is, to begin with, the system that will go into it:


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The main speakers are JBL 3 way array 1400's crossed above the tuning of the port. The wine barrel subwoofers will not be part of it but another ULF solution using the stairs as a structural element. Also there will be a tone injection channel which will start as a fostex 8" extended range in a transmission line box crossed also above the tuning of the transmission port and that will sit time aligned just above the tweeter horn of the JBL on a steel stand. 2011 will be *interesting* if I can get all this to play music in a playful way.


Oh and yes the woofer towers have to be painted matte black.


Steve

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zako
Posts 85
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Post #: 28
Post ID: 15330
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Mains box
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A happy new year to all,,,,Your electricle mains box is most impressive,,But keep your fingers out of there..Or you will have a "short" year...I love the JBL Array 1400 Hard to beat,,unless you have EverestII..
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Stitch


Behind The Sun
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Post #: 29
Post ID: 15332
Reply to: 15326
Happy New Year II
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 Romy the Cat wrote:
Best wishes ....unless you are .... or an Audio-Moron.
 

I may add those best wishes to my personal audio "friends" who read this site without telling someone and hate me deeply for my writing here.

I will do my very best not to disappoint you all in this year, too.

"Hasta la vista, Babies"
Rodrigues - bargaining.jpg



Kind Regards
Stitch
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tuga


Posts 174
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Best wishes for '11
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My gift to the good sound community:

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Cheers,
Ric


"Science draws the wave, poetry fills it with water" Teixeira Pascoaes
12-31-2011 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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Post #: 31
Post ID: 17635
Reply to: 15214
Comming year 2012.
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 Romy the Cat wrote:
What are my plans for 2011? I have a few. I am sure that I will be working with fine refinement of Macondo in the new room. I look forward to review the Macondo Fundamental Channel, will it be my new 18-cell or not I do not know year but I would like to make it even more contributive.  I will probably experiment with my ULF channel, Maybe do 18” driver or might be refine/move the existing one, I do not know – I need my lower bass back. I would need to organize my LPs in the way how they were organize before I moved – now is all screwed up and I can find anything. I would like to raise my antenna for another 15 feet.  If I have desire then I would world on my Altec 19 converting it to Cetla loudspeaker. That is about it regarding my plans for 2011.

It has become a good tradition at my site to assess my state of audio when year breaks. Reading planning post from last and correlating it with where I am – truly self-educational.

The desire to revise Macondo Fundamental Channel came and gone. I did get me good 18-cell but I figure out that it will be too ugly esthetically in context of radial arrays of Macondo.

The experiments with my ULF channel are also came and gone. In the end I stood with tested Danlavy arrays. I might revise it with taller sexier enclose with 6-8 drivers per side. I need to design a sexier enclose perhaps I need to run some kind of open proposal competition at my site. I might also go line-level crossover with ULF channel but I afraid that the 2 stage tubes before my SS power amp do all necessary soft magic even under 20Hz. Frankly the revision of ULF is on a far back burner of my intentions.

The Cetla project did not materialize. In the end all that I did was trashing the Altec 19’s MF and putting instead the 18-cell with S2 driver.  I got fine sound that is enough for video. The video turned out to be a great success; even I do not use it too much to play video.

What are my audio plans for 2012? I do not have a lot, a least any grandiose plans.

I am contemplating an idea to find a tube tester that can test DHY tubes. The great testers that I have do not do it in the way I want. I might rebuild my DAW and bring it I into my listening room.  I might win the fucking fight with PurePower and they might make my bypass switch in PP3000.  I would like t find a way to deal with my glass in my listening room. all those plans are very “small” is you see…

The big, the super plan that I have is the one that I truly do not know how render. Macondo performs exceptionally well and I have no desire to change anything. I do think that this is time for me move to the ultimate Macondo state – the Macondo in the DPoLS configuration. The last time Macondo was there in 2002 or so and if I put Macondo in DPoLS in its CURRENT state then it will be STUNNING ACCOMPLISHMENT or what is possible. The problem is that Macondo is so heavy that to more it for a few mm takes a huge amount of efforts. From one perspective I wish I design the frame bottom to be able to be more mobile but from another perspective Macondo sits on capper – so it will be not easy anyhow.  I do not have a solution how to move Macondo for now but this is the biggest objective that I have in 2012.

Overall it was very good audio year. My sound in December is better in my estimation then it was in January, I was listening a LOT of very interceding music this year and I had some amazing valuable for me experiences during this year.

Now I need to pick up  music that I will be playing during the December 21 2012…

Rgs,
Romy the Cat


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
12-31-2011 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Paul S
San Diego, California, USA
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Director's Cut
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Wow, didn't I just do this?  For all the tedium with directed listening to a de-constructed system, 2011 went by in a blink!

This has been for me The Year of the Driver.  Much learned, and much yet to learn with repect to choosing, modifying, combining and positioning drivers to get them to sound the way I want them to.

Some very interesting new ideas about "reproduced" music have come from fiddling with the drivers, most of these relating broadly to "sound in space", how musical sound travels through and charges the air and the listening space and the listener, and how to "recreate" these "special effects" in my listening room while maintaing acceptable Tone.

Several sonic "breakthroughs" mean this year will end on a positive, encouraging audio note.  Even though I do not yet have my System in place, I do have a pretty good idea how to do it, and also many of the pieces and parts are in the house (somewhere...).

Truth be told, during my best listening sessions this year I enjoyed the best sound, overall, that I have heard from hi-fi; so, all-in-all, A Very Good Year, with much promise for 2012, which I wish for all of you, as well.

Happy New Year,
Paul S
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steverino
Posts 296
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Post #: 33
Post ID: 17641
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The year of the electrical
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2011 was once more the year of the electrical for me as I was reminded and buffeted with the improvements and mysteries resulting from fiddling with the current and the EMI and RFI. Thanks Romy for your attention to this. I would recommend to beginning audiophiles to stay with their entry level gear until they fix everything they can with the juice, the sound path grit and the flying fields. Only then can they begin to figure out what a different piece of gear is actually contributing itself. In the meantime they will be amazed at how much better their entry level gear sounds.
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RonyWeissman
Lyon, France
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Post #: 34
Post ID: 17650
Reply to: 17635
No fiddling 2012
fiogf49gjkf0d
Hi romy,Haven't spent too much time on your site the past year unfortunately, but always check in from time totime to see what direction tou are heading for the moment!
For 2012 i have gone into ready- made acoustic system which iabsolutely love' no tinkering this year!  I think it is a romy despised driver so i don't mention it here.  I will slowly sell-off my vitavox s2system as i feel  for me what i have is more magical.
2012 will be the year of setting up macmini based digital system. The macmini will be hot-rodded by db-system in france and controlleed by ipad, its a lot of fun. I find that high-speed internet radio comes gives a very exciting sound and will be listening a lot to that. Live radio broadcast on my tuner is still nicer tone' but the digital radio keeps my interest too.
Of course my comments only apply to my limited abilities to get the best out of the equipment i have. After several years of listening i figured out that romy is absolutely right that vitavox s2needs four-way design minimum. My horns did not get the magig of the s2midrange, but only some of the lower-leg beauty. I don't have the courage to redesign.  
Happy listening!R weissman
12-22-2013 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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Post #: 35
Post ID: 20389
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The year 2013.
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It is kind of Christmasy in here. Not that I care about Christmas, or even a little too much but it rather end of the year tradition to buy gifts and to have a good time. The miserable Christians have stolen my New Year Tree and renamed it after this phony Good. Wherever the Christ was born I sure he saw a lot of dears, cypress trees and horns lead snow slates… Anyhow, this site about audio bitching not about whining about Macy’s invented religion….

It was remarkably little audio-wise going on in 2013. Probably introduction of new PP3000+ was the only thing that made me to do some minor experiments with audio. There were tone of concerts, too many to mention. There were many great listening session, admirably not as many as years back, nevertheless whatever did take place was great. There were periods of non-listening because of different reasons – that is life.
Ironically, I do not have any well formed audio plans for 2014. I would probably need to be a played in video room and my loaned OPPO 105 will be recalled. I do not have any objectives or frustrations to make any changes. A strange state of mind…

It would be nice to discover in 2014 a new way to get an interesting music. I still buy CDs and sometimes LPs.  The new streaming and downloadable music hosted by audio people is mostly crap, sonically and artistically. It however shall not be this way. I hope some kind of tasteful company show up on horizon and will provide something more or less half-acceptable….

Rgs,
Romy The Cat


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Paul S
San Diego, California, USA
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Post #: 36
Post ID: 20390
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That Time Again Already?!? Wow!
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Looks like I skipped a couple years, there, and might as well skip this one, too. Nothing at all profound or noteworthy on the audio front, except I know where I want to go but need some "manufacturing" ideas and better focus to get there from where I am now. I suppose I will go on a music binge as soon as Marantz gets done fixing my amps. A sure sign of this is, I begin to "hear" music scores in my head with increasing regularity, and it gets to the point where I just have to hear the recorded versions I have, to compare notes on what I am "playing" in my head. One piece I will get to for sure is the opening of Bruckner 8. These sessions are often accompanied by buying and evaluating new-to-me recordings of the piece in question, along with any new works that catch my peripheral attention while I'm in the throes.

So far, having Ortofon refurbish my phono cartridge seems like a very good idea. I'm not sure if this is an "affirmation" of my old course, or if it is just relative indifference toward the new stuff swirling around out there. No wishes - or, only the vaguest wishes - to change my digital, either, even though it limits me to red book CDs.

Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays to All.


Paul S
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steverino
Posts 296
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2013 to 2014
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I can't complain about 2013 audio or music wise. My main system plays my 1000 LPs fine enough for me to enjoy them. Music wise I was able to get about two dozen classical Indian LPs that I had been seeking. I refuse to get them on CD because they sound lousy and I also refuse to try to buy them from Indian vendors at inflated prices. So I have to wait for the occasional US or UK seller to offer some. I got more in 2013 than I have been able to in a long while. Only about another 25-35 to go. I am going to upgrade my bedroom system and also try to put together a headphone system with a vinyl path in 2014 or 15. As for digital I fear we have to wait for Romy's fabled 4 bit DSD although I am curious to hear 2xDSD (128) with the new Sony player HAP Z1ES. Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and all the best in 2014. Back to the future is the high end motto I guess.
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steverino
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Strange state of mind
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 Why is it a strange state of mind to not have any plans to muck with the audio system? It must mean you are happy enough with the sound. 
01-01-2014 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
mats
Chicago
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Room
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An FM broadcast of church bells from the major cathedrals around Sweden welcomed 2014.  Blessed with holidays in my family's home in Dalarna, the miracle of a truly great room was granted.  Built with logs in 1947, spruce floor, ceiling, and since the mid 70's, clad with 10 to 14" wide 100 year old planks!   An open fire place, vintage corner cabinets, a few copper and pewter items, this room is a miracle for music and conversation.  A Pioneer receiver and bookshelf speakers in one corner give so much joy in this space, it makes me wonder.


2013 brought stereo broadcasting back to our classical station,thanks to my BW Broadcasting RBRX1 reading of a way out of spec pilot signal. More about that some other time.  
My horns are now phenolic / alnico from 300hz up, and with the imminent implementation of TAD 1601B in sealed 3cuft, alnico down to 60hz.  The phenolic / alnico sound, rounded out by EV T-350's, is to my ears very pleasing, and closer to the concert hall.


This year the quest for a DAC more sophisticated than my Lavry DA-11 will hopefully yield fruit.  As great as vinyl is, for me, so much musical joy these days comes from FM recordings, and other shared recordings of independent origin. A great DAC is really at the heart of music.


Finally a shout out to Roman for keeping this a great place to visit and learn, something that I do most every day.


Mats

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Paul S
San Diego, California, USA
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Goodbye, 2014
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The GSC-related part of my 2014 was about refining my system so I can reliably "get inside" and explore the largest works, including Bruckner. Refinements were mostly about slightly re-tuning my speakers and tweaking my newly-re-built phono cartridge to better utilize my (new-ish) giant amps' capabilities. It took longer to "set" the cartridge-driven parameters because I did not want to "isolate" my phono from my CD playback, so I "brought the CD playback along", as well. In a nutshell, I had more interest in Music and less in hi-fi this year, and so far it looks like it's paid off in those terms.

In 2015 I hope my ongoing experiments with drivers will result in something I can actually use. I also (finally) have a lead on a center channel mixer (my 3rd amp is still sitting there...)



Happy New Year, GSC!
Best regards,
Paul S.
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Paul S
San Diego, California, USA
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So long, 2016
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I spent most of the past year trying to get more/better Big Music from my system. I played with (speaker) drivers and crossovers, and I also spent some quality time on my LP playback, in order to make this happen. I have posted some results in the “Analog” section of GSC, and I will say here that I “succeeded” in getting more lower-MF/upper-bass energy from my essentially-4-way Diamond Edition BassZilla speakers - which I think are about tapped out now - mostly by futzing with crossovers. Though I’m actually happy with the sound, I remain intellectually restless, and I continue to play with my many vintage drivers, with an eye on a multi-way, blended center channel. Most of these efforts are about increasing overall coherent energy in the room, along with “proper” soundstage/soundfield/frequency balance. The last really good-sounding center channel “stack” I had was very encouraging… apart from the fact that I need to sit farther away from it than the room allows! Oddly, my digital source continues to “fit in” with my analog changes. Busy, busy.

Joy and Peace to all of you through the coming year!

Paul S
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Paul S
San Diego, California, USA
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Bump [2016/17]
By the time I realized (last year) that I'd kissed off 2016 a year early, it was too late to edit/correct my mistake. Ironically, 2016 has been an "off year" for me, in terms of hi-fi, so, in fact, I've little to reprise for this year.  I have poked along with my driver experiments.  I also have some shielded, multi-metal (Cu/Ag) phono cables sitting there, partly finished, and I'm in no hurry with any of it. I have enough drivers sitting around to go into business, if I were so motivated, which I'm not.  For 2016, there's been less terrible and less excellent electricity, which is just as I'd supposed; whoopee.

Happy New Year; Prosperity, Peace and Joy to all!


Best regards,
Paul S
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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2017: Playing too much Bach over Bose table radio…
Yep, this year was kind of different. The twins hit me like much harder than the first child and to have “3 under 2” under the roof with two parents having full time jobs is not fan at all. The new listening room was the main new things but frankly the family obligations sucked so much out of me in 20016 that very little time left to audio. I did some movements here and there trying to tune ups something but it never went to depth and the seriousness with which I was doing it in past. Not that I have no interest anymore but I have so many other things competing nowadays for my time! I am sure as kids get older I will be able to come back but now I more enjoy the moaning of a fed baby then the sound of single ended triod.


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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steverino
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Life is what happens to you while you're making other plans
All the best to everyone in 2017! 

I finally got my Mac MR 67 tuner back from the shop so that means no Bose Radio for me in 2017 I hope.
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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The 2017
This was an interesting year for me but from a different perspective. For sure I had 3 kids under 3 and it very much colorized anything I did and felt. Still I was able to setup my playback after moving to new listening room in 2016, find a good configuration for a direct radiating Midbas and actually was able to get all together good sound in my listening room. I wish I had more time and more strength to spend with playback. Unfortunately too frequently I do not have this luxury and if I do, then audio very much competes with other temptation… like to go to sleep for instance… Still, I personally, me with my wify and sometimes with my family we had a number of great listening sessions. I think as kids grow it will be more. 
 
There is another aspect of audio that progressed in 2017. I never was a fan of audio people. Well, let me to rephrase: I never was a fan of any group consciousness. Individuals are unique and smart, the people in randomly formed groups are stupid and boring. At least it is always was how I felt. The audio groups are always particularly disgusting as they are navigated and administered horrible people. Probably the worst of the worst are the cretins who appointed themselves as “shepherds” of the audio groups – that pretentions life forms I despite the most. 
 
So, for a years I am know to give some difficult time to audio groupies and to the industry Morons but this year I recognized that I am begin to lose my ability to understand the interests and even the language of the audio horde. I do not get audio printed audio publication but I sometimes do read some audio articles online and some forums/blogs to keep my mind on audio heartbeat. The problem that I begun to observe is that I understand the words the articles say their words do not form any ideas in my head. This would apply to less degree to writing from regular people within forums and blogs but it is very much applicable to the official “industry” writing. I remembers that there were many moments when I read something and I clearly do not “get” was I was reading or was not able to remember what was reading about. It is not that I am stupid, suffer from illiteracy of have a progressing Alzheimer's. I still, at my 49th can memories pages of books that I like. My mind is not crystalized but rather more associative and in order to understand the things I need to find in my mind a reference to something that I know or care. So, when I read many of the audio industry writing my head is absolutely empty and the reading does not ignite any associative thinking or mind. 
 
A few days back I find myself “reading” an article in PF and suddenly I recognizes that I do not read it by juts looking at the text. I just did not want to force myself to read much of nonsense from another audio idiot who suddenly got an inspiration because an audio company just make a new version of unremarkably- performing  speaker or amplifier. 
 
So, if I have a word of the year to choose how I feel about audio industry it would be INDIFFERENT. It looks like in audio industry new formats are coming and going, the new technologies coming in fashion and going to dark , the new audio reviewers are coming to distribution trough and  dying off… the thing are going on but I feel more and more indifferent  and apathetic to all of it crap. I think this new indifference is the very main thing that I developed in 2017.


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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