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Arcanekitten

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About Arcanekitten

  • Title
    Got the most pussy
  • Birthday May 18

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    The Nogger of the street #0906 (no joke)
  • Steam
    Arkanekitten
  • Origin
    Arcanekitten
  • Battle.net
    Arcanekitten #2625
  • PlayStation Network
    Not Available
  • Xbox Live
    #PCMASTERRACE
  • Star Citizen
    Soon™
  • Twitch.tv
    Linustech
  • Twitter
    Arcanekiten
  • Heatware
    Don't even know this one

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    The Netherlands
  • Interests
    This forum.
  • Biography
    Straight ;) (from the underground)
  • Occupation
    yo'mama

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 1600X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3
  • RAM
    G.Skill Tridentz RGB 2x8GB
  • GPU
    MSI R9 290 4G
  • Case
    Fractal Design R5
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 128 GB, 3 TB WB Green, HGST 500 GB 7200rpm AND WD 3TB Blue 7200RPM
  • PSU
    Cooler Master G750M
  • Display(s)
    AOC AG322QCX, LG 29UM67-p and LG 22MP67VQ-P
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 412s
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker
  • Mouse
    Matcatz R.A.T 7
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 558 and Logitech Z323
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Hello, I've got a small headache because I don't know how to wire my speaker setup up. This is the current situation. I've got a PC 3.5mm to RCA that goes into my old receiver/amp that amp outputs via speaker wire to two small speakers. Now have I been missing some low end so I want to add a subwoofer and I have got this denon Subwoofer. How would I add this sub since it has a line level input, high level output and high level input. It has a amp built into it. The model number is the Denon DSW 80 and the old amp/receiver is the Pioneer RX-Z71L. Can I route a set of speaker wire from the output from my old amp to the sub high level input or would one or both of the amps then explode? I would prefer if the old amp stays in the loop since it has easy to access volume and eq settings.
  2. I'm looking to upgrade my speaker system in my Old VW polo 6N2 but currently I have an old radio installed which only delivers 15W per channel. Now am I currently a bit confused by the RMS and wattage ratings on the products. Would for instance a Pioneer radio which is rated to deliver 200W RMS work with a speaker set from Kicker that is rated for 100W? since 100W + 100W would be 200W? Or would a 75W RMS rated radio still work with the Kicker 100W RMS rated speaker set.
  3. Would a simple cable be sufficient? Or would this require an active adapter of some kind?
  4. Okay that would work. I've got one more question however, currently i've got 2 passive speakers connected to my pre-amp/amp stack with speaker wire. Those speakers are the current output of the amp stack on which the vinyl player is connected. It wouldn't be possible to merge the two passive speakers and my active Z323 speaker set so the vinyl would play on both? Or separate them at some point so the audio will play on both speakers setups.
  5. Even though the speakers are active? The problem currently that my amplifier has a pre amp build in so ideally I would connect the speakers through those aswell but since the speakers are active.
  6. So i've got these Z323 from logitech which use a 3.5mm jack as output, however i've got a vinyl player hooked up to an amplifier, the Pioneer RX-Z71L to be precise. It's an old one but how would I go about hooking up my speakers which use 3.5mm to an amplifier which uses RCA/speakers wire?
  7. mhhh, I believe ram sticks have a lifetime warranty especially these sticks. I can try and do that yes.
  8. I've got the Gigabyte AB350 gaming 3 and with RGB fusion, the gigabyte RGB program, it doesn't work as of yet.
  9. I've had this ram for a while now but at some point one rgb led on one of my rgb ram sticks started flickering rapidly. It does this all the time from boot till shutdown. I have had the beta program installed before, to control the software but it won't start anymore for some reason as it can't detect the sticks which is a common issue with the software since it's in alpha/beta. I've uploaded a video which shows the issue. How would I go about fixing this? Is it a hardware or software issue? VID_20190422_161752.mp4
  10. Honestly I do recommend them in some cases these days. The CPU are actually good for the value but the mobo often costs 400 dollars or more. Also you are replying to my almost 4 year old comment which is heavily out of date at this point, the video is still applicable though.
  11. The update afterwards seemed to have fixed this issue for me. I don't know any specifics and if you want any help with your issue I would recommend creating a new topic for your specific issue.
  12. I personally own the LG G6 and a close friend of mine uses the P20 Lite. Both great devices but the LG G6 does have the wide angles lens and the more powerful SOC here so I would suggest you buy the G6.
  13. It depends really. Do you use other stuff while gaming like discord, youtube or maybe spotify then a second monitor can ultimately be the superior option. For a gaming only focus the ultrawide is the better option as the jump between 100Hz and 165Hz isn't felt as 'big' as going from 60Hz to 100Hz.
  14. What the fuck. They actually made enjoyable games. Presumably the strangers things game is canned now?
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