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morphsci

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  1. I think it's actually one of the chapters in the Kama Sutra.
  2. Excellent idea Ken, glad to see my favorite emoticon is finally getting some respect
  3. Good luck Ken. I'm crossing everything that can be crossed for you.
  4. and a 2Gb memory module for my eeePC 1000h
  5. Well I for one am certainly glad Mr. Pinna decided to join us. I now know that I have an overwhelmingly negative attitude. Thank you Peter I now have a good resolution for the upcoming New Year. I leave it to you to decide what that may be. Oh BTW and
  6. @Grawk - I think that is what I did @Fungi - Takes me back to Police Academy and SpaceBalls: The Movie.
  7. Exactly, you posted while I was adding what I saw as the problem with his first post.
  8. He can post what he wants here, but if it's shit (like the sound professional BS; appeal to authority) then I am going to call him on it. If that is your definition of piling on, then so be it. I could care less if he likes the 750 pro, but I do care if he comes in saying it is as neutral as a studio monitor with no other information to back it up (such as what studio monitor as there is more than one).
  9. I used to wear Teva's almost exclusively. About 4 years ago I switched to these: Keen Newport H2's and haven't looked back since.
  10. morphsci

    Heroes

    I'm willing to give it a shot, but it looks like their back to the whole bouncing around in time thing again, just a different character. The number of major characters looks like it may be about to get out of control also.
  11. You just don't get it. You come in here spouting your shit with no real information content and nothing to back up what you say. If you are going to use someone to make a point you better know something about them. Otherwise I will just assume that by sound professional you meant some as in: If the rest of your information is based upon the same slack acceptance of "facts" then you should thank Voltron for being as kind to you as he was. But maybe Grawk was right, perhaps you are not an asshat, just a pompous fucktard.
  12. Ok, I'll bite. Sweetwater makes there living selling pro audio equipment so what exactly is a "sales engineer". Does he engineer sales or does he sell engineers? What exactly makes him a sound professional? I can write anything I want in my sales catalog, as well as on the internet
  13. I've heard the 750's and they are in no way flat compared to studio monitors unless the studio monitors have a severely recessed midrange when EQ'd flat. So AFAIC that is an asshat thing to say, it is simply a typical throw-away PPism.
  14. Thanks to everyone for the nice birthday wishes (and Ingwe). I had a nice restful day with my choice of parental duties (which is worth a lot). @Mike - Unless I'm really having a senior moment you are right on time.
  15. There is a lot of background static. It is there whether you use the volume control or not. You can actually faintly hear the music and its volume is unaffected by the volume control. It was sort of a "free" find anyway. I had packed it up when we were moving from SD and just happened to find the box a few weeks ago.
  16. Maybe the B & D (but I have been relatively satisfied with most of the B & D tools I have used over the years) but not the Porter Cable. I have a B & D 18 V that I am very satisfied with, it generally does as good a job as the Ridgid. The Ridgid is lighter and may have better torque but the ergonomics of the B & D are better.
  17. Sounds like you need better screws
  18. Thanks to Hydrocity I was able to hear my AA amp, and unfortunately it is not well. I pulled it apart and the board looks fine, i.e. no obvious frying. If you have any DIY skills I can send it to you and you can see if you can get it working. You will need your own power supply with the specifications listed HERE. Let me via PM or email.
  19. Well that is good for you. Unfortunately my experience does not coincide with yours. The 14.4 V drills I have used in the past (mainly a B & D and a Porter cable) have not had the battery life nor more importantly the torque to take the drudgery out of the bigger long-term projects. So although not a contracter, I consider a good 18V+ cordless drill an extremely important tool for my own personal sanity and not even remotely absurd. BTW, nice deck
  20. Just out of curiosity, where did you order your RAM from?
  21. Unless you're building a deck, or a shed, or fixing your fence, or .... Oh and I have several cordless drills but the one I like best is a relatively new model by Ridgid that uses Li-Poly batteries. I really like the Ridgid cordless drills as they have a lifetime warranty on their batteries.
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