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David M's iMac setup
In the 1930's, when this house was built, this would have been an RCA Victor tube radio sitting here. This is our modern day solution to a house of that era with period furnishings. The i-Mac has 800mhz, 512mb ram, 250gig hard drive with audio provided by i-Pod Hi-Fi, running Mac OS 10.5.2. Currently we share 13,000+ mp4 audio tracks using i-Tunes through our local network and store 275 i-Tunes movies and 3500 family photos on the local i-Mac hard drive. The i-Pod is 5th generation that is used to transfer music to a Panasonic CQ-C7103U stereo in my truck (that was customized around the i-Pod).
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korszca [Mar 02, 2008 at 08:41 PM]
Beautiful setup. In a totally unrelated Mac question, I love the French bassoon lamp, do you know by chance what brand of bassoon that is?
Dave M. [Mar 03, 2008 at 12:37 PM]
Thanks. The bassoon belonged to the world renowned bassoonist of the 1920's & 1930's Dr. Angel del Busto and has developed an internal crack. Here are three links to information on Dr. del Busto: http://www.hrvh.org/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/woodstock&CISOPTR=134 http://www.idrs.org/publications/dr/dr25.1.pdf/Bassoonists%20I%20Have%20Known.pdf http://idrs.org/publications/DR/DR3.1/angel.html In accordance with information from the third link, I believe this bassoon should be the Heckel.

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