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fergie
23-12-2002, 08:01 AM
just out of curiosty... whats the difference between a "micro system" a "mini system" and a "midi system"

godfather
23-12-2002, 08:28 AM
refers to sizes (physical size) of Stereo systems.

There is no actual definition, its a relative size (to a full sized system which is largely unavailable now, due to miniaturisation)

Baldy
23-12-2002, 10:45 AM
Hi GF

What systems are largely unavailable now? If you are refering to seperates, there is a BIG market for them, and people are actually spending more money than they ever did.

BALDY:-)

godfather
23-12-2002, 11:20 AM
Hi Baldy.

The "full size systems" which were (are) amplifier, tuner, cd deck, tape deck, turntable, graphics equaliser.

Sorry, I didnt really mean to say they are *not* available ever, but more that they are usually only available through specialist HI-FI stores. You dont usually see the real article at Noel Leemings etc.

Probably a good reason, as you still need a second mortgage to buy one.
I had one, but got rid of it years ago, just too big. I still have a set of Goodmans speakers and enclosures, cost a mint. Trouble is, they do not sound as good as the ones that come with a $600 midi unit now. Technology has moved on and left that brand behind.

Audio is largely in the ear of the beholder.

And I want to know, is an Audiophile a person who abuses sound?

Clueless
23-12-2002, 01:13 PM
>is an Audiophile a person who abuses sound?

Godfather, you know what i do and let me assure you, the answer, atleast in my case, is most definatly YES

.Clueless

Baldy
23-12-2002, 04:13 PM
Defineately

Clueless
23-12-2002, 05:05 PM
Baldy,
Are you agreeing or correcting my spelling :D ?

BTW... My system is a seperate component system. Aaahhh, the best things in life take a life time to collect!

.Clueless

Graham L
24-12-2002, 02:07 PM
Well, he definitely wasn't correcting your spelling. ]:)