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 71 
 on: Yesterday at 19:27:25 
Started by Essex Big Al - Last post by TheBoy
I have a CCR2006 in the recently purchased Omega on a 2000 plate but it is not the original head unit for my car, and having read the BOSE system guide I now think I understand why its making some horrible sounds, according to the write-up the CCR2006 has to be programmed for the BOSE amplifier outputs as it was not the standard choice for the BOSE equipped Omega.....

Can anyone else please confirm ?
Yep if its a late'ish DBW Elite then normally Bose 2006 HU in the 2.6 and NCDC in the 3.2's as a general guide, as TB says not all 2006 were re programmable for Bose Mode, most were either yea or nah.

Also as said Non Bose HU in a Bose set up equals too much volume for little play with the Vol knob then just distortion after that, other way around Bose HU in a Non Bose setup equals hardly any loud volume at full blast ie, only a couple of Watts output at best.
If i wanted to take my head unit out of my 3.2 would i have to change all the speakers as well thanks
and screen, as a 3.2 should have gid or cid

 72 
 on: Yesterday at 19:25:36 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by TheBoy
They also flickered like a bastid, makes me ill.

 73 
 on: Yesterday at 19:25:00 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by TheBoy
By their nature, the picture quality degrades significantly as its used, much like old CRTs.

When I did my C&G for TV repair, a CRT tube and Plasma unit had a usable life of 3-5yrs, depending how it was used. Nothing has changed, as all R&D has gone into LCD...

 74 
 on: Yesterday at 19:23:37 
Started by Mister Rog - Last post by STEMO
Yep, so he can't enter the kingdom of heaven. Shame.

Not quite true, but it might be more difficult than getting a camel through the eye of a needle.  :)
Depends on the size of the camel and the size of the needle, I suppose.  ;D

Funny you should say that. A very rich Christian preacher once told me that in ancient times in the middle east there was a very dangerous mountain track known as the needle, which was the most difficult place anyone could ride their camel. It wasn't impossible to get through, but required a lot of wisdom and experience.
I suspect he was full of shit.  ;D
There's a whole book full of it, I believe.

 75 
 on: Yesterday at 19:21:51 
Started by Varche - Last post by TheBoy
I occasionally treat myself, when travelling, to the colonels secret recipe. Its a damn sight cheaper than other options like McCardboard and BK.

I quite like it.  But it doesn't like me - I have to set the timer for 45m after finishing a Bargain Bucket, as its coming out, ready or not.

 76 
 on: Yesterday at 19:20:26 
Started by Mister Rog - Last post by Migv6
Yep, so he can't enter the kingdom of heaven. Shame.

Not quite true, but it might be more difficult than getting a camel through the eye of a needle.  :)
Depends on the size of the camel and the size of the needle, I suppose.  ;D

Funny you should say that. A very rich Christian preacher once told me that in ancient times in the middle east there was a very dangerous mountain track known as the needle, which was the most difficult place anyone could ride their camel. It wasn't impossible to get through, but required a lot of wisdom and experience.
I suspect he was full of shit.  ;D

 77 
 on: Yesterday at 19:19:06 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by STEMO
Plasma screens are a lot less reliable than LCDs, or so my youngest tells me. :-\
I've heard that plasma screens last about six years.

 78 
 on: Yesterday at 19:17:41 
Started by zirk - Last post by TheBoy
Ours is a Panasonic Inverter model, microwave/convection/grill, and does the job.

Its a bit too complicated for me, but she doesn't grumble about it.


It does do one of the best microwave baked spuds I've tasted, by using microwave and grill in unison.  Obviously still not a real baked spud, but close, and only 14mins.

 79 
 on: Yesterday at 19:14:55 
Started by zirk - Last post by YZ250
No, not hype; they are well worth having. Mine's a Panasonic "Inverter" model and the grill isn't fantastic, but works ok and is very useful for plate-warming. The convection oven part is terrific,
.................

Same here.  :y  Oven and microwave great but I've never been shown how to use the grill part.  ;D

I hope you are joking? It's simple; press the grill button (no power options), tell it how long to grill on the timer buttons and leave it to get on with it.
Ten minutes makes plates really toasty to keep your brekkie warm, but don't bother toasting bread!

Ron.

White goods are her department so I don't really need to understand it. :)  Ours says 'Grill 1-2-3 so is much more confusing.  ;D 

One thing I do know is that if you put a casserole dish with foil on in it and select microwave, you will get the best indoor firework display ever. The downside is that your house will smell like you've had an electrical fire and you have to buy a new microwave ..... ummm .... errr ...... allegedly.  ::)

 80 
 on: Yesterday at 19:13:22 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Bigron
Oh yes, and they walk like ducks, too!  ;D

Ron.

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