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Sagath

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My Logi Z06 speaker system I just upgraded to in July lost the rear left channel.

I can only imagine what this is going to cost me in shipping if Logitech asks me to RMA this in.
 

sswilson

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General as opposed to a Rant.....

Sooooo.... for you grammar police wanna-bees out there......

"a" vs "an" when the following "word" is an acronym that starts with a consonant yet sounds like a vowel????

Example:

These don't come with an RGB controller
What say you????

(I'm guessing just "a" would be correct grammar, but it hurts my brain sounding it out in my head.... ;) ).
 

Sagath

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Don't quote me, but I believe the 'Oxford' correct way of doing this is 'an' if it has a vowel sound. 'An ARR GEE BEE' would be correct
 

Cannon Fodder

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Ya, I have heard nightmares about there support makes me worried about buying a lot of there ram. thinking it may be time to go back to gskill on my next ram needs lol. not that I know there any better never had to RMA anything with them( there stuff always died out of warranty)
General as opposed to a Rant.....

Sooooo.... for you grammar police wanna-bees out there......

"a" vs "an" when the following "word" is an acronym that starts with a consonant yet sounds like a vowel????

Example:
(I'm guessing just "a" would be correct grammar, but it hurts my brain sounding it out in my head.... ;) ).
Damn, you HAD to point out the "a" vs "an", but completely overlooked the "their" vs "there" vs "they're" gems in the other post above..... 😜 ;)
 

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