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|31st July 2007, 10:17||#16|
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When babies are small (2-6 months) do you notice how tthey put everything in their mouths. In the 60s we were like babies. Any substance would be greeted with a "how would that taste" curiosity.
|31st July 2007, 12:57||#17|
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BUT, dopamine (Dopamine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia; don't confuse with "dope") is actually produced in small quantities in the brain when excited - commonly as a reaction to pleasure/reward stimuli. Pleasure-seeking is a behaviour learnt from infancy - dopamine is the vehicle - and we spend the rest of our lives in search of dopamine-inducing situations.
That's how there is pleasure in "buying" - however illogical / irrational the decision might be. To each his/her own, you never know!!!
|1st August 2007, 13:52||#18|
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Posting for the first time. Anyway, I'm also facing the same problem: Both the front speakers in my WagonR sometimes stop working, mostly at lower volume, when I crank-up the volume a little bit, they start playing again.
My ICE setup: HU: Sony GT 560; Front speakers: JBL CS-2104 (in dashboard); Rear: JBL GTO-937 (rear parcel tray)
Will try to locate any possible loose connections...but I suspect whether it could be becoz of HU activating the cut-off for front speakers (maybe due to overload/ or thermal protection) ??? ... just a guess...any advice?
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