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Re: I’ve run out of IEC leads!

Postby Arpangel » Fri Apr 09, 2021 5:17 pm

Hugh Robjohns wrote::bouncy: Glad it arrived intact. Enjoy plugging things in!

Thanks Hugh, yes, the package left no doubt, my partner was a bit puzzled "who’s Arpangel?"
I thought she knew, oh well........

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Re: I’ve run out of IEC leads!

Postby Martin Walker » Sat Apr 10, 2021 6:31 pm

Aha, the secret identity has finally been revealed ;)

Just keep that cape hidden in the cupboard and you should be fine Tony.


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Re: I’ve run out of IEC leads!

Postby Arpangel » Sun Apr 11, 2021 7:59 am

Martin Walker wrote:Aha, the secret identity has finally been revealed ;)

Just keep that cape hidden in the cupboard and you should be fine Tony.


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The leads were packed in a way that only Hugh could do it, it was a work of art, if there were prizes for professional packing Hugh would have a Doctorate in that too.
There was no cape though, I have a few already, so that’s fine, I also have a cassock, and other religious frockery, for my more doom laden performances.

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Re: I’ve run out of IEC leads!

Postby ef37a » Sun Apr 11, 2021 8:28 am

Luke W wrote:
Hugh Robjohns wrote:Tony, PM me your details and I'll send you a handful in a box. I've been decluttering this weekend and found another pile of the damn things. I reckon they breed in dark corners...

Beat me to it... I was jumping at the chance to get rid of a few of the bloody things.

Big thanks to Luke W, we met up and he has sorted me out for the foreseeable...

Re bands etc (TV news crews are the worst!) nicking cables? Many years ago we put bright blue shrink over XLR cables. Not only did this serve to identify them but also retained those evil little cable clamp screws proper 'RS Cannons' used back then.

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