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#50070 - 05/05/03 11:35 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Paul J. Stiles Offline
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 279
Loc: Mountain View, CA, USofA
Oaf,

"Designed from upsidaissium garnered from a trip back to 1960 and dealings with Rocky and Bullwinkle... "


using the "Wayback" machine, of course.

Paul

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#50071 - 05/06/03 01:03 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Dobaker Offline
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Registered: 05/06/03
Posts: 2
Loc: Eugene, Oregon, USA
The RR 2150 is used to correct for time/space imbalances among 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 channels so that the sound arrives at the listening position from all channels at the same time at the same volume level.

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#50072 - 05/06/03 02:23 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
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Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
Quote:

To get you started, we’ll seed things with some hints. The first is to say that the RR 2150 is the first of its kind for the Outlaws, but it may be the last of its kind for anyone and everyone else. In other words, this product is in a category where we currently do NOT offer a product, and when we’re done it may well be that no one else will offer one again. As a further hint, for those of you who are die hard film buffs is a reference to one of the Outlaw’s favorite obscure films. The general philosophy of this product was loosely inspired by the movie The Final Countdown, with Kirk Douglas.


Guys,

The answer is so obvious. It's an aircraft carrier.

Just think. Outlaw's never made an aircraft carrier before, right?

And if Outlaw makes a carrier using the same design philosophy as that with which they make their other gear, it's not like the US Government can compete price-wise! (Cost from US Government: $28 billion, plus luxury tax. Cost from Outlaw: $599, plus no tax if you order from out-of-state.)

Honestly, I'm surprised you guys didn't pick up on this.

Jeff

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#50073 - 05/06/03 10:42 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Q-man Offline
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Registered: 09/16/02
Posts: 34
Loc: on the water
Since, the RR2150 is inspired by The Final Countdown and will be a first and last of its kind product. It is obviously a Bose preventing machine. RR is retroactive rectifier. 2150-how many pre-orders Outlaw expects since everyone of us will want credit for having prevented Bose from happening. Look for the RR2155-8 next. To keep the 8 track from having exsisted. And the RR-mpeg blaster to keep inferior sound recording from happening.

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#50074 - 05/06/03 02:29 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
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Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
Outlaws,

Just one question: does the plutonium come with the aircraft carrier, or does that cost extra?

Jeff

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#50075 - 05/06/03 04:13 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Paul J. Stiles Offline
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 279
Loc: Mountain View, CA, USofA
Plutonium is not a fuel option on CVNs

Paul

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#50076 - 05/06/03 06:27 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
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Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
As you can see, I'm not the most educated consumer where aircraft carriers are involved. All the more reason to be thankful for Outlaw's entry into the aircraft carrier market!

So do aircraft carriers take regular or unleaded?

Jeff

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#50077 - 05/06/03 09:21 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Paul J. Stiles Offline
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 279
Loc: Mountain View, CA, USofA
Lead is one of the components of reactor shielding.

Paul

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[This message has been edited by Paul J. Stiles (edited May 07, 2003).]
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#50078 - 05/07/03 12:33 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
Desperado

Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
And my Outlaw Model 770 amplifier was weighted down with lead bars! (Or at least, I presume that's the case. How else could it be so heavy?)

It's all coming together. Outlaw uses lead in my Model 770, they make heavy things, and an aircraft carrier is a heavy thing with lead in it.

Brilliant! By Jove, I think we've unmasked this mystery component once and for all!

Jeff

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#50079 - 05/07/03 03:21 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
bbots Offline
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Registered: 06/23/01
Posts: 3
Loc: San Jose, CA, USA
It is a TiVo for radio.

The "RR" stands for Radio Recorder. It records radio onto a hardisk for time shifting. It can also do internet radio and audio streaming. The best part is that it is for you car! It has 2x50watts output plus 1 pre-amp output.

My Stupid Guess:

The outlaws have combined the popularity of CD-RW technology and the die hards love of vinyl records to create the world's first LP-RW! That's right a vinyl disk recorder that you hook to your computer through USB 2.0. Just imagine going to the computer store to pick-up a spool pack of 50 blank vinyl records.

RR = Record Records
2150 = USB 2.0 with 1 pack of 50 blank records included free of charge.

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