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  1. KG Balanced Dynahi build discussion thread

    It's possible someone may have some GRLV boards left to spare. If you can't find a pair I was thinking of starting another group buy for them
  2. RIP some fuck or another

    yeah, could've very well been my subconscious. I'll take it either way
  3. KG Balanced Dynahi build discussion thread

    What's the range of the servo? I'm looking to build the new BIII pro and the new output stage uses servos to control the offset. When measured the balanced output is showing 0.5 mv, the se output is showing around 1mv. I know the gain will happily multiply that so that plus adding in what may show up from just building the amp I'm wondering if it's too much for the servo to handle
  4. RIP some fuck or another

    +1 on that. Lost my father in law back in July. Still can't really talk about it. I couldn't see him in the last days. However, he came to me in a dream a few days ago. He was checking out the new fish in the reef tank like he always did, I thought someone broke in, I went to approach and realized it was him. He said its ok, it's ok son, then he was gone. I felt very calm when I woke up in the morning like a weight was lifted. I'm guessing that was him saying goodbye
  5. I seem to remember something like it could. I do also remember something about ripping the audio from DVDs in another program as well. If I have time tonight I'll poke around on the machine to see what work. IFO edit comes to mind or at the very least tells you what the audio tracks are like 2ch stereo with whatever processing like dolby etc.
  6. I use makemkv for DVD's so far. Haven't ripped Blurays yet. For DVD-A I've been using DVD Audio extractor I think. For CD's Foobar200 lately, previously EAC
  7. That seems to be what's widely available. I was hoping for an internal sweet spot so I could ditch the external part. I forgot that internal slim drives are not very reliable. I haven't relied on disk based media in the workplace for years this was the most accurate as of 2016 Lite-On DVD Burner Black SATA Model iHAS124-14
  8. true, I guess I was trying to un clutter my rack. I'm not opposed to a full size drive, what's the best out there these days?
  9. Internal, sorry forgot that part This is the case http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=446&area=en Here's the dimensions of one that fits 128 x 129 x 12.7 mm ( W x D x H ) 5.04" x 5.08" x 0.5" ( W x D x H )
  10. I need to purchase a slim SATA ODD for a slim HTPC case. I'll need DVD, CD, and Blu-Ray read support (best accuracy is what I'm looking for). Write support is not as important but CDR, DVDR would be needed at least. I'm really looking for the best slim ODD to finish ripping my CD, DVD, Blu-Ray collection to storage.
  11. KG Balanced Dynahi build discussion thread

    I’ll check tonight to see if I have a set of the latest ones. If I do I’ll send them to you if you want Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. KG Balanced Dynahi build discussion thread

    I count 7 5K resistors... I have them all, did you mean problematic to find?
  13. KG Balanced Dynahi build discussion thread

    I was going to ask someone to circle them, as I'm not sure where those caps and resistors are either
  14. KG Balanced Dynahi build discussion thread

    See this post by me. That info came via PM from KG I have those boards and will populate them in the next month or so
  15. Which Cooking Are You?

    bah... It was delicious. Forgot to take pics, but the skin came out crunchy. The pope's nose was the best