Well i guess it is time for me to introduce myself. I am 123Toid, the man behind this Forum and the YouTube channel 123Toid and own TD Audio (Toid’s Diy Audio). I was very fortunate to accidentally start a YouTube channel a few years ago that really expanded. And I am so happy it has grown to as large as it has. The only reason I made the first video, was i saw people struggling on other forums struggling to get some basic questions answered. It seemed no one really wanted to help, and almost looked down at the questions. So I decided to make a video helping those guys out. I didn’t think much of it, until YouTube asked me to make more videos. I was confused, then surprised when I saw there were thousands of views on it. I thought, to myself, well if there are that many people not getting the answers they want, let’s see if I can help out in any other areas. So with my Samsung galaxy in hand, I started making videos, in order to answer those questions others isn’t seem to want to answer. It is my belief that we all start somewhere and all want to go somewhere in this hobby. It might not be the same place, but whatever it is, we can all help each other get there. It is my hope, I never get to the point where i feel I can’t learn anything, and I hope the same is true for you to.
Now for a little more personal information, I have two boys and a wife, where I reside in Central Pa. I love baseball (Red Sox and White Sox), football (Packers) and hockey (Penguins). My parents didn’t like sports, so I got to pick my teams…what a mix it was, lol. I also really enjoy movies. I built a Home Theater which I will have my friends over to watch movies and of course have the family movie night. I try to always have my doors open for those who want to learn. In fact, @mrterry is coming over later today to cut a Dinas Flat Pack and learn some more about measurements. So if you are in the Central Pa area, let me know.
I have no idea where this forum will lead you, but I hope we are there to get you there. No matter if that is assembling a pre-made kit or making your own speakers from the ground up.