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Jason R. Manning

Joined 4 years ago from Sacramento, California. Last activity 7 days ago.

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  Greetings, I have been on Hubpages for 4 years now and it was high time I change my biography.  Mostly you will find a major shift in my writing, when I first began on this site I had an axe to grind.  I have become so tired of the social and political garbage that I decided my blood pressure wasn't worth the aggravation. 

Now, you will find that I spend most of my time writing about different audio equipment and the music I love to listen to.  There is far too much negativity floating out in our modern world, access to information has changed the way we deal with tragedy.  I decided that life is far too short to spend it on subjects that detract from the beauty of God’s planet.  Now I keep broadening my interests, I still love reading about world history and the amazing people who came before us.  I have nothing but the best wishes and blessings for those who work hard and want to make life better.   

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    Great Stereo's Improve Vocabulary

    7 days ago

    Through my journey of improving the sound of my stereo, I noticed how I have needed to reach further for sumptuous adjectives to describe higher fidelity. Great stereo systems improve vocabulary!

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    Axiom M22 v.4: A Bookshelf Speaker Review

    6 months ago

    Up for review is the latest version 4 of Axiom's product line, the M22 bookshelf speakers. I had high hopes for this budget monitor and yet I ended up with sour grapes. Perhaps Murphy's Law at work?

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    Totem Acoustic Element Fire: Speaker Review

    5 months ago

    Just another part time audiophile reviewing the fabulous Totem Acoustic Element Fire bookshelf speakers. Are they grandeur at a grand price? Read to find out.

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    Musical Fidelity M1 SDAC: Review

    10 months ago

    An owners review of the Musical Fidelity M1 SDAC, a bargain purchase that plays with the best in its price class.

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    KEF R300: An Owners Journey

    7 months ago

    A review of my KEF R300 bookshelf speakers and the long journey through the audio kingdom to find them.

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    Marantz PM15S2 Limited Edition, An Owners Review

    7 months ago

    An owners review of the terrific Marantz PM15S2 Limited Edition integrated amplifier.

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    Audioquest Dragonfly USB DAC

    10 months ago

    Review of Audioquest's Dragonfly digital analogue converter - A great little USB DAC that is hard to beat at it's price point for performance.

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    Home Stereo for Beginners

    5 months ago

    Are you new to the world of picking separate audio components? Have no fear, there are plenty of articles to help you ignore the fashionable and pick something within your budget to enjoy.

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    Free Your Will

    6 months ago

    Taking a moment to reflect upon what we are doing, is it important and whom we might be giving our power over to. Gratitude begets freedom.

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    Tobacco versus Alcohol: a modern double standard

    7 months ago

    Tabacco gets all the bad publicity, well this is an unacceptable double standard when compared to Alcohol abuse - read on...

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    V8 Alley: My Dream Garage

    13 months ago

    My simple collection of V8's I'd love to own if I were THAT guy.

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    Poem To My Creator

    13 months ago

    A simple poem to the One which created me - thank you

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    Death Penalty For the Weak

    7 months ago

    Most average citizens do not wish to talk about what to do with murderers, nevertheless, we do need an honest conversation from both sides of the isle.

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    The Anti-Gamer; Just Say No To Video Games

    13 months ago

    An honest take on how excessive video game play stunts social development and consumes our biological clock.

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