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28th February 2007
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Damn one month passed so quick...

I'm not so good at asking good questions but this month's Q&A has simply turned into a blessing thanks to other fellows' smart inquiries.

Thank you very much for putting up with our trainspotting questions and illuminating pieces of mind, Kevin. It was stellar. When will we be able to have you back again?

Cheers,

B.
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3rd March 2007
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I'm not so good at asking good questions but this month's Q&A has simply turned into a blessing thanks to other fellows' smart inquiries.

Thank you very much for putting up with our trainspotting questions and illuminating pieces of mind, Kevin. It was stellar. When will we be able to have you back again?

Cheers,

B.
Barish,

Well as soon a smy fingers stop bleeding. I have enjoyed answering all of the questions and I have tried to do so in an informative and respectful manner. If I have forgotten anybody, please excuse me as it has been a challenge to keep up with all of the inquiries that tested my old memory.

But you will have to ask Jules about a revist ! I am sure he has other wonderful talent lined up. I may have to post a few questions myself !!!

Thanks for the fun.

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5th March 2007
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Thanks!

Thank you Kevin!! I definitely learned from your answers.
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5th March 2007
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I've never seen a guest host answer so many people, so many times.
Bravo!
You have raised the bar for others! Steam rising from your fingertips!

Thanks!
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6th March 2007
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Its been brilliant!!!

I am sure I speak for all of us when say thanks a million and I hope you come back to visit us and join in our discussions often!

I am also lookingforward to doing a podcast interview with you and will be in touch with you soon about it.

In the meantime

Thanks again and happy trails!
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6th March 2007
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Kevin,
Thanks for giving such down to earth answers to everyone's questions. It's been a pleasure!

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6th March 2007
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Kevin has been awesome! Two thumbs way up!
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6th March 2007
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Feel free to stick around and be yourself. We need more like you ...
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6th March 2007
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Honestly this was the best ever Q + A sessionhere on GS and I don't mean to slight the other great guests we had.

Thanks Kevin, it's been a blast!
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6th March 2007
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Cheers Kevin. It always amazes me when a world-class professional offers their time and knowledge in such a friendly and unassuming manner.

I've learned a shitload, and have already put much of it into practice.

I agree - KK has probably been the most dedicated guest moderator in Gearslutz history.

Thanks again.
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Well Kevin you know where to find us if you need us.

Really, I'm sure I speak for all of us, Thank you!!!
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7th March 2007
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Thanks Kevin

For me, an illuminating month, and thank you Kevin for your sincerity, warmth, honesty and knowledge. It's been a pleasure.


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7th March 2007
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Thank You !



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7th March 2007
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Yes! Thanks for all the great answers and info! I truly enjoyed reading each and every answer. Thanks for your time! A truly precious thing in this day and age!
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7th March 2007
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I've been talking to friends about this gift for a month and have sent many people to this site for answers to their audio questions - and to hear some excellent audio philosophy - and just to witness the helpful, sharing and illuminating posts that Kevin offered. There can be no doubt as to why you are so valued, Kevin, as an engineer and a human being.

Three cheers for Jules for setting the table, and three for Mr. Killen for laying out a feast.
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7th March 2007
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Yeah, just like Jules said, it's been a great month we spent with you, thanks a million Kevin for all these great answers!

Cheers!
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