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  1. Kattefjaes

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    Holy. Crap.
  2. Well, it took a while, but this thread delivered. Surely, there's also a risk of totalling the amp if you get a brownout or a power cut, if you're driving it from a PSU with deeper reserves, too?
  3. Kattefjaes

    Sneaky teen IT conundrum.

    Best off MAC locking, as you can't spoof that on a non-jailbroken iOS device any more. Most other approaches can be defeated, leading to a war of countermeasures, e.g.: Ha ha! DNS blocking! - stops accepting DNS server config from DHCP, moves to or Have at ye! Egress blocking on port 53 udp/tcp - moves to DNS-over-HTTP client ..and so on. Though maybe it could be fun. Spending all that time working out how to defeat it rather than playing games could even be educational 😁 (I mean, you could have an openBSD box running without IPs as an invisible bridge, with all the network's traffic flowing through it, and then progressively clamp down on things via PF, that'd be hilarious.. ) Using an AP that lets you define hours of operation per-MAC or per SSID might be a good and painless start.
  4. Kattefjaes

    SRL300 Limited

    As a slight (and obviously extremely exciting) update.. Due to life happening, I didn't get to swap the headband back when we discussed it. Happily, in the interim, the death grip seems to have settled down as have the L-300-LE in general. They're a lot more comfy now, and I could swear they're also sounding a bit better- more interesting down low, some action below the mid-bass. I'm quite pleased with how they perform, they punch well above their weight in combination with my little amp. There are no glaring sins in the sound, at least for someone like me who doesn't necessarily crave the "impact" of heavier drivers with more excursion.
  5. Kattefjaes

    What are you reading now?

    Obviously, it depends which aspect of Tim Powers piqued your interest, I wouldn't dare to claim they're clones. "Angelmaker" and "Gnomon" are pretty good, for example (the latter is significantly weirder, mind). Obviously, it depends which aspect of Tim Powers you like. Nick Harkaway runs the gamut a bit- "The Gone-Away World" is full of mimes, ninjas and monsters, for example. Very silly. (I love how no-one has told me off for suddenly reacting to a post from 12 years ago.. because BOOKS, I get excited, sorry.)
  6. Kattefjaes

    What are you reading now?

    I enjoyed "Declare" - how's that one? (Also, if you like that sort of writing, do you know Nick Harkaway?) I just finished: Nothing that anyone with a general grounding in infosec and computing will find surprising, but a fair survey of the landscape and some crystal ball gazing that makes sense. I don't agree with every word of it, but it seems fairly sensible.
  7. Kattefjaes

    Mr. Speakers Voce

    Early ears on these (outside of the Cult Of Dan) were far from complimentary. I am horribly fascinated to see a) the pics b) your conclusions.
  8. Kattefjaes

    Massdrop Cavalli Tube Hybrid

    Speaking of which, seeing reports in various forums of the Lyr 3 killing headphones. Have you peeked inside one? If so, any idea what's up?
  9. Kattefjaes

    ecp audio

    Ok, the T4 is both gorgeous and interesting. I think @dsavitsk needs to sod off with all this temptation. Given his track record, I'd love to hear this (though I'm unlikely to see one kicking about in the UK).
  10. Kattefjaes

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    Damn that Father Benny Cake...
  11. Kattefjaes

    What are you listening to Part the Third

    Stop makin' THAT BIG FACE...