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#49346 - 04/18/01 07:04 PM Re: Short Stack Contest
JayB Offline
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Registered: 04/18/01
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OK, I just had to give a couple of tries

First, maybe the deal you have on the front page is a hint.
1. a 1050 and a 750
2. 2 items
3. 2 pancakes in a short stack, 2 components in a short stack.

Second, it might be kickoff for the Pre/Pro and I think alan j g may just be right
1. a new Outlaw Pre/Pro and a 750
2. 2 items
3. 2 pancakes in a short stack, 2 components in a short stack.

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#49347 - 04/18/01 10:59 PM Re: Short Stack Contest
RichardH Offline
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Registered: 04/10/01
Posts: 7
Loc: Durham, NC
1. Outlaw Pre/Pro or Outlaw 1050 *plus*

Outlaw 750

2. two

3. It's a short stack because it's two items, just like 2 pancakes is a short stack. A full stack means adding the third item, which is the DVD-A player!

The reason why the DVD-A player is not one of the two items in the short stack is because with the Outlaw DVD-A player, you won't need the ICBM!!

[This message has been edited by RichardH (edited April 19, 2001).]
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#49348 - 04/19/01 12:45 AM Re: Short Stack Contest
crashball Offline
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Registered: 04/19/01
Posts: 2
1. Pre/Pro and Amp (i.e. Outlaws upcoming pre/pro and 750 amp)
2. 2. Each component (amp & pre/pro) counts as 1
3. 2 cakes in a short stack

crashball

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#49349 - 04/19/01 01:30 AM Re: Short Stack Contest
JerryW Offline
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Registered: 04/19/01
Posts: 7
1. The name of the commodity. - Amplifier
2. The number of them in the "Stack".
2 channels
3. Why they are a "Short Stack". Because the "tall stack" is the current, 5 channel Outlaw 750 amp - so a 2 channel amp would be a "short stack". In order to support a 7.1 pre/pro you need the 2 channel short stack and the 5 channel 750/tall stack.

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#49350 - 04/19/01 08:23 PM Re: Short Stack Contest
bonesmalones Offline
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Registered: 03/19/01
Posts: 12
Loc: Las Vegas, NV USA
1. interconnect cable bundle (seven/bundle)
2. 2
3. Because it was the best item on your breafast menu? Because there's 2 of them? Because they're short?

[This message has been edited by bonesmalones (edited April 24, 2001).]

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#49351 - 04/19/01 10:28 PM Re: Short Stack Contest
JacksonWright Offline
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Registered: 04/19/01
Posts: 2
Loc: Denton, Texas USA
1. The "Short Stack" is a yummy home-theater themed snackfood. A "Short Stack" will be the newest rage in home theater snack foods. The "Short Stack" will consist of two sweet miniature hotcakes sandwiched around a sweet creme filling. The hotcakes will be embossed with the Outlaw Audio Logo. The "Short Stack" is guaranteed to satisfy even the most discriminating Home Theater Fan/Sweettooth. The "Short Stack" has only the half the calories and fat as the rival Bose "SoundWaffle" snack food , but costs half as much. The marketing campaign will be the biggest in the history of the company. Slogan ideas include "Popcorn Shmopcorn, I want a 'Short Stack'!!". Celebrity endorsees will include such famous faces as Polly Holliday (Flo from TV's "Alice"), Winona Ryder, and baseball Hall-of-Famer Johnny Bench.

2. 2 "Short Stacks" will come per package since no one can eat just one. Nutritional Information (based on a serving size of one 2 oz. "Short Stack") is as follows:
Calories: 150
Total Fat: 8g
Saturated Fat: 2g
Sodium: 60mg
Total Carb: 52g
Sugars: 34g
Protein: 3g

3. Because their short, their stacked, and their downright delicious!!!

For more information about the New Outlaw Audio "Short Stack" please contact us:

info@Outlawaudio.com

Telephone (Sales): 1-866-OUTLAWS (688-5297)
(Support): 1-866-OUTLAW2 (688-5292)

Mail:
Outlaw Audio
18 Denbow Rd.
Durham NH, 03824

The "Short Stack" is a registered trademark of Outlaw Audio, Inc. 2001.

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#49352 - 04/19/01 11:03 PM Re: Short Stack Contest
rktect29 Offline
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Registered: 04/07/01
Posts: 6
Loc: Broken Arrow, OK, USA
1. "The Short Stack" (duh)
2. 1 - Double tray dvd-a/dvd-v player
3. Two trays = short stack

grasping again.

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#49353 - 04/20/01 12:14 AM Re: Short Stack Contest
rktect29 Offline
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Registered: 04/07/01
Posts: 6
Loc: Broken Arrow, OK, USA
Guess #2
1. The Short Stack (DVD / SACD player)
2. Double tray DVD (video & audio) / SACD player
3. Short stack = 2 pancakes, therefore 2 trays = short stack

Guess #3
1. Combo DVD / SACD player (the short stack)
2. Double tray DVD / SACD player
3. Short stack = 2 pancakes, hence two trays

Guess #4
1. The Short Stack
2. 1 of each: DVD player (audio & video) and SACD player
3. Short stack = 2 pancakes, so two thin components = The Short Stack

all for now . . .

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#49354 - 04/20/01 02:52 AM Re: Short Stack Contest
RichardH Offline
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Registered: 04/10/01
Posts: 7
Loc: Durham, NC
1. 5.1 interconnect bundle, 7.2 interconnect bundle

2. Two: the 5.1 bundle comes from DVD-A player into the ICBM. The 7.2 bundle leaves the ICBM and goes on to the pre/pro or receiver's analog inputs.

3. It's a short stack because there's two bundles; 2 pancakes is a short stack.


[This message has been edited by RichardH (edited April 20, 2001).]
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#49355 - 04/20/01 03:14 AM Re: Short Stack Contest
Ken2 Offline
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Registered: 04/20/01
Posts: 2
New to the whole HT thing so I'm just trying to get lucky here. (Probably a better chance here then at home with my girlfriend, darn Must See TV)

1. Center Channel Speaker
2. 1
3. They are a new speaker that is flat compared to current speakers. It delivers great sound, but takes up less room.

Or:

1. Component Rack
2. 1
3. A short rack for your components is made to be placed on a desktop. It is not a floor standing model.

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