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Truleyy

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About Truleyy

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    Newbie

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    San Francisco, CA
  • Occupation
    Recording Arts, Audio Engineering, Post Production / Mastering

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7-6800k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z170 Pro Gaming
  • RAM
    32GB DDR4 Hyper X Ram
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX Geforce 970
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Matte Case
  • Storage
    2x Samsung 500GB SSD (Dual Booting) & 2TB WD HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova 850 Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Dual 24" HP Elite Displays & Sharp N6200U 4K TV
  • Cooling
    Corsair Hydro H100i
  • Keyboard
    Apple Mac Keyboard w/ Numeric Pad
  • Mouse
    Apple Magic Mouse
  • Sound
    Behringer Control2USB (Output) & Avid Mbox Pro (Input)
  • Operating System
    Dual Booting Mac OSX 10.12.4 & Windows 10 Professional

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  1. Just keep pushing to success!

  2. I MEEEEMMMMBBEERRRR.

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  3. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    Nice, Love Polk audio gear. r15's have a similiar soundstage to the t15's that I personally own except the t15 have more of a brighter sound with less midrange. Good choice in gear. Would love to hear what your Omega's sound like. Sounds like overall a good quadrophonic setup.
  4. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    You have a great line up of headphones, are you using any DAC's ? and a good choice in Passive Speakers. Heard only good things about Dynaudio Emit Series.
  5. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    Wow! What an awesome line-up of gear man. Glad to see major audiophiles on here!
  6. Truleyy

    Mic audio through Mic jack

    Even then, the audio has to be split up into 2 different devices.
  7. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    That will deff do it! I remember in high school my buddy and I would blow vintage subs by plugging it directly into a wall socket. Oh what great times!
  8. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    I can absolutely agree with that.
  9. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    I've never had a speaker die on me (Unintentionally Hahaha ) Usually speakers die due to only few factors. Being Under-powered, Which causes distortion and can cause speaker coil to overheat. Being Over-Powered, Which again causes the speaker to 'Bottom out' & blow. Crossover unbalanced, Which implies to most smaller speakers cause bass can also cause distortion if the speakers Frequency response isn't accurately set. Or, Destroying them Yourself with a sledgehammer.
  10. Truleyy

    Studio Monitors, Passive Hi-Fi Speakers, Or Headphones

    Nice, On my desk workstation I'm using a RME babyface interface out to a Mackie Bigknob for selecting between 2 different Monitors & 1 Passive Monitor set (A/B/C & Sub mix control ) A - Yamaha HS8's (active) B - Yamaha HS5's (active) C - Yamaha NS-10M Studios (powered by, Pioneer VSX-D1S vintage receiver) Subwoofer - Adam Audio Sub12 (which I got for only $550 used but in Excellent condition, They retail at $2,000) Headphones of choice - Sennheiser HD 280's And in the same room is the home theater. Tv mounted behind desk. Receiver/Amp - Pioneer ELITE VSX-90 L/R Mains - 2x Polk Audio RT2000p's (Discontinued) Center - 1x Polk Audio TSi CS20's Surround / Rear - 4x Polk Audio T15's Subwoofers - 2x Polk Audio PSW505 I love being surrounded by Magnets.
  11. Truleyy

    Mic audio through Mic jack

    depending on your operating system, In windows you can do just that by selecting your audio devices choosing your speakers as the Main device and your headset as the communication device. Also take note that this WONT work on a single 3.5mm jack. You would need to use an external audio interface or DAC to do this. Otherwise you would need internal audio hardware with Multiple Outputs And a Line-In Or Mic Jack.
  12. What set of Monitors/speakers/headphones are you using & Why are you using them? How long have you been using them? would you recommend them? and why?
  13. Truleyy

    Will this ruin my headphones?

    In that case it should be completely fine, You'll see more wear on your headphones from your own head then the stand would do. Plus headphones stands like yours are meant to keep your headphones in a safe spot without damage, no matter how thin that little rubber padding is. Cheers
  14. Truleyy

    What DAW do you use?

    I can totally Feel you on this one. Although I'm only 23 I've already ran into some Tedious jobs. Especially those I would perform as a DJ for. Being on-stage and not behind the boards upfront cause alot of mishaps, & I'd find myself having to walk off stage to help the "professionals".
  15. Truleyy

    Post your home theater

    My current setup. (Unfinished right now due to moving process.) Receiver/Amp - Pioneer ELITE VSX-90 L/R Mains - 2x Polk Audio RT2000p's (Discontinued) Center - 1x Polk Audio TSi CS20's Surround / Rear - 4x Polk Audio T15's Subwoofers - 2x Polk Audio PSW505 TV - Sharp AQUOS LC-55N7000U (55" 4K UHDTV) Console's - Xbox One S (2TB model) & Nintendo Wii-U Players - Mini Wintel W8 (8GB Ram - Windows 10) For Use of Kodi and Browsing. Cable Provider - Xfinity X1 Ill attach photos this week, I need to work on room acoustics and finish the studio bedroom up.
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