(2) Klipsch Synergy Series SS.5 Surround Sound Speaker
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van, that kept a Klipsch Synergy Series SS.5 Surround Sound Speaker
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The vote was divided. We played rock paper scissors to see which side
had the blessing of the Lord. Sometimes it gets pretty boring at sea.
we tracked the white van to the tropics, we were as close as we ever
came. We could see the Klipsch Synergy Series SS.5 Surround Sound
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Warranty: 5 Year Klipsch
Mount on the wall to take full advantage of Wide Dispersion Surround Technology
One Forward facing woofer and two side facing Tractrix Horns provides for a life like surround sound experience
Two 1-inch magnetically shielded polymer compression drivers
4-inch magnetically shielded woofer
90º x 60º Tractrix® Horns
Jet ash vinyl veneer
Lest ye be confused, you'll get one pair of speakers for $89.99
Frequency Response - 77Hz-20kHz±3dB
Power Handling - 50 watts maximum continuous (200 watts peak)
The other droplet goblins said he was tampering with forces that were not meant to be harnessed. Pope TV I
came to the meadow and called him a heretic. His wife took the baby and
went to stay with her mother. Even the guy who sold him faucets was
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twists of the right screw and it would work perfectly. Only he said
those words so many times, and there were so many other things a
droplet goblin should be doing in Goblin Village.
is why no one was with him the night he climbed the hill with his
machine, priming the engine with his thick grey hands, long since
cracked from the years of cold and labor. And as the machine began to
rattle and puff, he waited alone, not even an umbrella, looking up
hopefully at the glass tank that was beginning to fill...
We know your heart was in the right place, Douglas, but we've got to let you know: those last few Viking parties of yours have been a little on the foobish side. It isn't just the visible seams on the chintzy plastic helmets, or the bath mats repurposed as loin cloths. It's the booze. Face it, no matter how bejeweled the wrought-iron chalice you pour it into, cheap sangria is cheap sangria.
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