I don't like the Philips MMS430G/17 2.1 Speaker System. First of all, it works with any gaming system or music player that takes a 3.5mm mini jack or RCA
plugs. Why can't you be more specialized? Something like this is just
asking for the riff raff to come running in and make it harder for me
to get deals.
Secondly, the midrange on the Philips MMS430G/17
2.1 Speaker System is so much less than I am used to having. Even
though it has Digital Dynamic Bass Boost and a 30 Watt Wooden
Subwoofer, I do not feel these speakers meet my needs. I expect very
high quality for a low low price, Woot. Next you will be telling me
that my Bose speakers aren't the best the world has to offer! I'm
watching you very closely on this issue, so do not let me down. I
disagreed with Richard Nixon once, and look how he turned out! But I
trust it will not come to that.
Third, I would like to
compliment you on the exchangeable covers. The blue looks lovely next
to my parrot, Gertrude Stein, while the green matches my duvet exactly.
I use the Satellite speakers to listen to NPR while I cross stitch from Thomas Kinkade patterns. I find his use of light brings a glow to one's home, don't you agree?
I wish you the best in your future endeavors, and hope to never again
need to register a complaint. Oh, and please fire Gatzby for deleting
my first post. A first post should be a rare honor, not a thing to be
Mrs. Carol Lavender
Warranty: 90 Day Philips
Digital Dynamic Bass Boost
Frequency Response 20Hz to 20kHz
30 Watts RMS Wooden Subwoofer
2 Satellite Speakers
Exchangeable Covers, Blue or Green
100 Watts System Power
1×3.5mm Audio Connection
50 Watts Output Power RMS (measured at 10% THD and 1kHz)
2×10 Watts Satellites
30 Watt Subwoofer
Computer with stereo sound
Multichannel sound card (only in stereo)
Portable MP3 players
Video game systems (only in stereo)
In the box:
MMS430 Multimedia Stereo Speakers
Blue and Green Speaker Covers
Quick Installation Guide
RCA to 3.5mm Audio Cable (For television set, and game systems)
3.5mm Audio Cable
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In 1996 art-school director Peter Greenaway made The Pillow Book,
the story of a woman who allows her lover to write stories on her skin.
You're certainly not gonna get that level of passion when you show up
looking like a low budget Slim Goodbody. What are you, a training dummy
for Ninja Death Strike School? Heaven help us if we ever start printing
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We call this color: Olive My Organs On Display
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S-WS: 8.62" x 13.4"
Color(s): - Pantone Black C - 395 C - 392 C - 5815 C
Come on, Pedroncelli. Fess up. Come clean. What's your game? You
expect us to believe that you're offering single-vineyard, estate-grown
Dry Creek Valley wines at this price - with no ulterior motive? Yeah,
right. We didn't just fall off the grape truck, you know.
neither did you. You've been doing this wine thing in Sonoma County
since 1927. Same family the whole time. Real successful operation. So
we know it's not a case of some mixed-up kids getting in over their
heads and needing to dump a bunch of surplus juice. You didn't get
where you are today by making dumb blunders like that. Or like selling
this high-class vino for ten bucks a bottle, before shipping.
gotta be more to this than meets the tongue. You've gotta be working
some kind of angle here. Your neighbors like Silver Oak, Ferrari
Carano, Raffanelli and Lambert Bridge get a lot more per bottle for
their award-winning Dry Creek Valley reds. Why shouldn't you, for yours? Out of
the goodness of your heart? Pour that story into somebody else's glass,
Pedroncelli. We don't believe it for a second.
look at the evidence, shall we? We've got a rich, complex 2005 Petite
Sirah, lousy with blackberry, black pepper, and chocolate flavors,
grown in a vineyard that's been turning out Petite Sirah for 60 years.
There's a 2005 Sangiovese, grown on Pedroncelli's hillside vineyards,
with a full-flavored, medium-bodied array of cherry and berry flavors.
Then there's the classic Dry Creek Valley character of your 2005 Mother
Clone Zinfandel. These grapes get their blackberry and spice aromas and
jammy fruit flavors from the 100-year-old vines they're cloned from.
And don't forget the 2005 Merlot. No, we wouldn't want to overlook its
lush, full-bodied fusion of plum and black cherry aromas and pepper and
green tea flavors. Must be the Bench Vineyards where it's grown, those
natural terraces of rocky soil that flank Dry Creek Valley.
there you have it. Four exquisite reds. Each bears the prestigious
Pedroncelli name. Each boasts a Dry Creek Valley pedigree. And you're
selling the whole bunch for under $45, shipped. Like a broken
calculator, it doesn't add up.
Now, you might try to tell us
that Jim and John Pedroncelli just aren't the money-grubbing type. You
might spin a yarn about how they're more like farmers than ritzy wine
moguls, and they'd rather sell a quality product at a reasonable price
to a loyal following. Maybe you'd even point out how they're
third-generation winemakers who aren't in it to become somebody's
trendy flavor of the month. Well, isn't that a heartwarming little
tale. But unlike your wine, nobody's gonna buy it. You're offering an
awful good deal here, Pedroncelli. Maybe a little too good. And we aim
to get to the bottom of it - just as soon as we get to the bottom of
these four bottles of Pedroncelli wine.
Pedroncelli 2005 Family Vineyards Petite Sirah
Composition: 85% Petite Sirah; 15% Zinfandel
Appellation: Dry Creek Valley
Barrel Aging: 23 months in American oak
Alcohol: 14.4%pH: 3.56Total acidity: .615g/100ml
Bottled: November 2007 Limited production.
Pedroncelli 2005 Alto Vineyards Sangiovese
Appellation: Dry Creek Valley
Composition: 90% Sangiovese; 6% Cabernet Franc; 4% Petite Sirah