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  1. I don’t regret preordering, and I had an excellent experience on a PC running a 9700k and a 2080. Minimal bugs and a generally clean, satisfying experience. I’m glad they put it out when they did, and I believe they did not expect the backlash they got. That said, I’m not sure it’s a “91” game even if everything works perfectly. I’ll revisit in 6 months or so once the DLCs drop, but outside of the core story and the better side quests it’s not a revelation. It looks fantastic, much better than anything I’ve ever played, but I think the artistic reach exceeded the gameplay grasp. A lot of s
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  2. Thanks for posting that. I’m a huge Fiona Apple fan, but for some reason hadn’t heard it. What’s amazing about it is that she doesn’t lose the Waterboys-ness of it, while at the same time making it recognizably her.
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  3. The RK50 is only available in 10K as a stereo unit, the quad's are always 50K AFAIK.
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  4. I chuckled. Sunrise in Luya, Amazonas, Peru.
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  5. The 10M90S/DN2540 cascode combination makes a very good constant current source for a simple and easy to build circuit. One drawback is that the current setting resistor can be quite variable due to the variability in the DN2540 from sample to sample, so a bit of experimentation is necessary. The original SRX Plus circuit used a separate -18-24V supply constant current source (CCS) on the tail of the input diff amp, but I realized that there was no need for a separate supply, since the this could be derived from the B- supply by using a 220k dropping resistor, which was added to the schematic.
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  6. Tried to capture Lee Morgan’s swagger. Was not successful.
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  7. I think it's really good. I should have the vinyl tomorrow, or maybe Thursday. Sounds great on Tidal.
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  8. Tuna casserole https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/86069/tuna-noodle-casserole-from-scratch/
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  9. Ok, fair enough! I have about a hundred irons in the fire on this project - just debugged the display and moving onto casing up the controller - then I need to layout a backplane and then write some software.
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  10. Sometimes music pops into my head for no reason – I credit Girl Talk for singlehandedly informing most of my 80s (and 90s-early 2000s hip-hop) pop-listening habits in the last decade:
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  11. There seems to be some consensus on the voltage requirements for electrostatic headphone amps. Nearly all of the commercially available designs put out between 1000 and 1600 volts peak-to-peak, a range of about 4 dB. The legendary Stax SRM-T2 was specified to put out a bit more, close to 1800 volts peak-to-peak, which is 1 dB higher. This would be equivalent to almost all loudspeaker amplifiers putting out between 50 and 125 watts, with the T2 being like a 160 watt amplifier. However, there hasn’t been much discussion on the current demands for electrostatic headphone amps. Output stag
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