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Site I came across today, whilst searching for a Rotel schematic.

http://audio-circuit.dk/Schematics.htm

Hadn't seen it before. Seems to have quite a lot of useful stuff on it.

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On Nov 14, 8:49*am, "Arfa Daily" wrote:
Site I came across today, whilst searching for a Rotel schematic.

http://audio-circuit.dk/Schematics.htm

Hadn't seen it before. Seems to have quite a lot of useful stuff on it.


Many thanks for this pointer.

I downloaded two Crown (Amcron) schematics and one service manual. The
quality varied but you get what you pay for, I suppose.

Pardon me but when I see "Rotel" I always think of this canned tomato
and chillie concoction:

http://www.texmex.net/Graphics/rotel.gif
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On Nov 14, 8:49 am, "Arfa Daily" wrote:
Site I came across today, whilst searching for a Rotel schematic.

http://audio-circuit.dk/Schematics.htm

Hadn't seen it before. Seems to have quite a lot of useful stuff on it.


Many thanks for this pointer.

I downloaded two Crown (Amcron) schematics and one service manual. The
quality varied but you get what you pay for, I suppose.

Pardon me but when I see "Rotel" I always think of this canned tomato
and chillie concoction:

http://www.texmex.net/Graphics/rotel.gif



Excellent ! Must be a left-pondian product. Don't think I've ever seen it
over here

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On Nov 14, 8:49 am, "Arfa Daily" wrote:
Site I came across today, whilst searching for a Rotel schematic.

http://audio-circuit.dk/Schematics.htm

Hadn't seen it before. Seems to have quite a lot of useful stuff on it.


Many thanks for this pointer.

I downloaded two Crown (Amcron) schematics and one service manual. The
quality varied but you get what you pay for, I suppose.

Pardon me but when I see "Rotel" I always think of this canned tomato
and chillie concoction:

http://www.texmex.net/Graphics/rotel.gif



Excellent ! Must be a left-pondian product. Don't think I've ever seen it
over here

Arfa

I can say with confidence you haven't missed anything.

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On Nov 14, 8:49 am, "Arfa Daily" wrote:
Site I came across today, whilst searching for a Rotel schematic.

http://audio-circuit.dk/Schematics.htm

Hadn't seen it before. Seems to have quite a lot of useful stuff on it.


Many thanks for this pointer.

I downloaded two Crown (Amcron) schematics and one service manual. The
quality varied but you get what you pay for, I suppose.

Pardon me but when I see "Rotel" I always think of this canned tomato
and chillie concoction:

http://www.texmex.net/Graphics/rotel.gif



Excellent ! Must be a left-pondian product. Don't think I've ever seen it
over here

Arfa

I can say with confidence you haven't missed anything.

PlainBill



Ah ! That's ok then ... :-)

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Picky point...

Chili is the dish. Chiles are the peppers. There's an episode of "Good Eats"
that carefully (and repeatedly) makes the distinction.


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Picky point...

Chili is the dish. Chiles are the peppers. There's an episode of "Good Eats"
that carefully (and repeatedly) makes the distinction.


I'm trying to bridge the Atlantic here. Further, "Good Eats" doesn't
know what they're talking about.
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Picky point...
Chili is the dish. Chiles are the peppers. There's an episode of "Good

Eats"
that carefully (and repeatedly) makes the distinction.


I'm trying to bridge the Atlantic here. Further, "Good Eats" doesn't
know what they're talking about.


In the US, the usage I gave is correct. Chili (sometimes called chili con
carne) is the dish, a kind of beef stew, and the chile is the pepper. What
caused this divergence, I don't know.


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On Nov 17, 3:45 am, "William Sommerwerck"
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Picky point...
Chili is the dish. Chiles are the peppers. There's an episode of "Good

Eats"
that carefully (and repeatedly) makes the distinction.


I'm trying to bridge the Atlantic here. Further, "Good Eats" doesn't
know what they're talking about.


In the US, the usage I gave is correct. Chili (sometimes called chili con
carne) is the dish, a kind of beef stew, and the chile is the pepper. What
caused this divergence, I don't know.

Huh? Yes, chili is a stew made with chili peppers. Often, it
includes meat as in chili con carne (literally translated from Spanish
as chili with meat). Chile is a country in South America.

Alternate spellings of the pepper are chilli and chile, but in the US,
the pepper and the stew are *normally* spelled the same way in spite
of what "Good Eats" said.
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Alternate spellings of the pepper are chilli and chile, but in the US,
the pepper and the stew are *normally* spelled the same way in spite
of what "Good Eats" said.


I mean no offense, but that is absolutely not correct. The differentiation
has been around for years.


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