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Grabbed some coffee... 

 

Normally I'm a black on black kinda guy but I figured I'd try the LTT stuff.  It appears to be a relabel.  I'll peel the outer label and post back with my findings.

 

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10 minutes ago, Velcade said:

Grabbed some coffee...

 

Me too until yesterday. It is an entry espresso machine (De Longhi 685 M)

 

 

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I picked up this from my mail service today:

 

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The smaller one I was using for my cellular phone modem and cordless phone base station suddenly had no battery capacity, suggesting the charger inside died rather than the batteries wearing out. I've been considering upgrading to a larger one anyway so I pulled the trigger on this one. I'm up to my ample asset in a couple other projects so It may be a week or so before I install this one.

 

In an earlier post, I reported buying five elusive hard mouse pads and threatened to get some more. Well, as Tweety (and Red Skelton, if you are old enough to remember him) would say, I dood it. I also picked these up from my mail service.

 

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Apparently, this particular color and pattern has been discontinued but Office Depot still has the only ones left but only through *&^%$#@! Amazon. I may get some more but not on this month's budget.

 

I started on one of two projects for my home today. With the first one, I needed to install a dedicated 20A outdoor GFCI outlet. I was expecting it to be a real bear since others I have installed in the past were real stinkers but this one went so easily, my flabber was thoroughly gasted. The outdoor outlets I already have older style outlet covers on them that are weatherproof only if nothing is plugged into them...

 

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...so I bought some newer ones that are weather proof even when something is plugged into them. I originally was only going to use them on the new outlet but decided to also install them on two other outdoor outlets that were under an awning.

 

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These are surprisingly easy to install.

 

After installing the three covers, I decided to replace the remaining two outlets under my carport awning (and wound up having to also replace a broken outlet; how it broke, I don't know) with the same covers so all the outlets on the outside of my home look the same so I made a quickie Lowes run for some more. While I was there, I also snagged another toy tool.

 

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These are an 8' set of fish rods (four 2' lengths). They can be fastened together and used like a fish tape to fish wires cables through walls. The next project I get to work on is to run a new line to the refrigerator outlet. The magnificent morons who designed and built my moble home put the refrigerator outlet on the kitchen outlet circuit (eejits!). Many newer refrigerators have to have a dedicated 20A circuit. My 'fridge is only 45 years old so I want to put in a new circuit while we have this nice stretch on unusually cool weather going on.

 

When I installed the new 20A outdoor outlet, I was able to just push a piece of Romex through a knockout clamp in the bottom of the breaker box down the wall, then take out some of the screws holding the siding on the trailer so I could pull it out a bit and reach under it to grab the Romex and finish pulling it along the wall to the new outlet box. However, the new run needs go through a hole in the sill plate from underneath the trailer up to the breaker box. Trying to poke the Romex into that tiny hole in the breaker box would be like trying to push a rope uphill.

 

I have a 12' set of fish rods (three 4' lengths). Ideally, I could poke them down through the knockout clamp in the bottom of the breaker box, probe around until I find a previously drilled hole in the sill plate, then fasten the Romex to the rod and pull it up into the breaker box. Unfortunately, my fish rods were too long and the ceiling got in the way so I got the shorter ones to use instead (like I need an excuse to buy new toys tools). These will be easier to use to probe for the hole in the sill than using a fish tape.

 

I'm sore all over from installing the new outlet and weatherproof covers, replacing the broken outlet, running errands, and getting my driver's license renewed, etc. (old age sucks). Hopefully, I'll be able to get to work tomorrow morning on the new refrigerator run. That bugger is going to take a few days to do (if my old carass doesn't give out first or I run out of Aleve, which I'm not supposed to be taking).


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Lot of 13 desktops, 8 laptops, 3 monitors, bin of misc parts and box of cables & cords. All for $80. This will keep me busy refurbishing and tinkering for the next few months. :) Included 3 Thinkpad X131e's in pretty decent condition. 

 

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Picked up a pair of these cheapies, one is gonna go into an older Dell laptop I have and get some sort of flavour of Linux installed to it, gotta really take a look at something other than Windows or MacOS. The other will be slid into a Intel NUC to make a surprise system.

 

 

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1 minute ago, nbrowser said:

Picked up a pair of these cheapies, one is gonna go into an older Dell laptop I have and get some sort of flavour of Linux installed to it, gotta really take a look at something other than Windows or MacOS. The other will be slid into a Intel NUC to make a surprise system.

 

If you're new to Linux, I highly recommend Mint Cinnamon. 


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9 hours ago, Derkoli said:

I really wanna buy an old denon turntable for my next one.. need to upgrade the pro-ject one.. but the new technics looks very spicy.

Yeah, those new Technics models do look really spiffy. But they're a bit too expensive for my taste. Something like an SL-1200 or SL-1210 can be had pretty cheap on the used market, luckily.

 

If you're after something in Denon's DP-series, then you should be aware that they're prone to failing. I would recommend buying one that recently been serviced (if you're not capable of servicing it yourself, that is). Especially the DP-47F have a tendency for developing problems due to bad transistors or leaky capacitors.

 

I've been picking up some of the hippty-hop all of the kids have been talking about:

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13 hours ago, Volbet said:

Yeah, those new Technics models do look really spiffy. But they're a bit too expensive for my taste. Something like an SL-1200 or SL-1210 can be had pretty cheap on the used market, luckily.

 

If you're after something in Denon's DP-series, then you should be aware that they're prone to failing. I would recommend buying one that recently been serviced (if you're not capable of servicing it yourself, that is). Especially the DP-47F have a tendency for developing problems due to bad transistors or leaky capacitors.

 

I've been picking up some of the hippty-hop all of the kids have been talking about:

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Ive serviced a turntable quite a few times before so i should be able to do it lol.. ive had my eyes on the technics 1200g or 1210gr, i need a decent one to pair with my new mcintosh amp. For "newer" vinyl have a look at The weeknd - Starboy, its bright red and semi-see through which is pretty cool. also sounds pretty well recorded.


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2 hours ago, Derkoli said:

Ive serviced a turntable quite a few times before so i should be able to do it lol.. ive had my eyes on the technics 1200g or 1210gr, i need a decent one to pair with my new mcintosh amp. For "newer" vinyl have a look at The weeknd - Starboy, its bright red and semi-see through which is pretty cool. also sounds pretty well recorded.

Yeah, if you can use a multimeter and a soldering iron you will be able to do. Especially since the service manual for most Denon tables are available online.

 

If you're okay with a couple of scuffs, I can recommend looking for used Technics tables on the second hand DJ market. They're usually selling them for pennies on the Dollar.

 

I'm not too into the Weeknd, but my wife might enjoy it. I'll check it out.

 

Some more shit I picked up recently:

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So a bit of industrial folk, jazz rap, ambient black metal and neuer Deutsche härte.

 


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2 minutes ago, Volbet said:

Yeah, if you can use a multimeter and a soldering iron you will be able to do. Especially since the service manual for most Denon tables are available online.

 

If you're okay with a couple of scuffs, I can recommend looking for used Technics tables on the second hand DJ market. They're usually selling them for pennies on the Dollar.

 

I'm not too into the Weeknd, but my wife might enjoy it. I'll check it out.

 

Some more shit I picked up recently:

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So a bit of ind folk, jazz rap, ambient black metal and neuer Deutsche Härte.

 

If you dont already have them, i highly recommend homework and random access memories by daft punk, extremely well recorded.


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SME Model 15 Turntable

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Ortofon MC WindFeld TI cartridge

Clearaudio Essence MC cartridge

CHORD Electronics DAVE DAC

Chord Company Shawline RCA's

Chord Company Shawline XLR's

QED Supremus Loudspeaker cable

PMC FACT Fenestria loudspeaker's

IsoTek EVO3 Super Titan power conditioner

Audioquest NRG-Y3 power cable's

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1 hour ago, Derkoli said:

If you dont already have them, i highly recommend homework and random access memories by daft punk, extremely well recorded.

I do have Homework on vinyl, but it's an original 1997 pressing. 

While it's very well recorded, it's obvious that the pressing was made with DJs in mind. The sheer amount of bass in the grooves is unrivaled even by my most awfully pressed bootlegs.

It will cause skipping on anything but the most well tuned systems or systems running heavy tracking, purposfully misalligned DJ cartridges.  

 

I remember Random Access Memories was one of the first big album released into the current vinyl revival, but I have yet to pick it up on vinyl. I only have it on CD:  


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I've heard pretty good things about this game so I figured I might as well check it out.


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16 hours ago, MEC-777 said:

If you're new to Linux, I highly recommend Mint Cinnamon. 

Thank you, I'm open to any suggestions on what to use, thankfully the laptop isn't the normal use one so I can do anything with it. I've placed the original HD into safe keeping if I really don't like Linux etc. I can reinstall the old drive and back to Win 7. Oh and noticed you picked some X131e's up, I've got one too, for what it is...quite a nifty little machine. 

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49 minutes ago, Volbet said:

I do have Homework on vinyl, but it's an original 1997 pressing. 

While it's very well recorded, it's obvious that the pressing was made with DJs in mind. The sheer amount of bass in the grooves is unrivaled even by my most awfully pressed bootlegs.

It will cause skipping on anything but the most well tuned systems or systems running heavy tracking, purposfully misalligned DJ cartridges.  

 

I remember Random Access Memories was one of the first big album released into the current vinyl revival, but I have yet to pick it up on vinyl. I only have it on CD:  

I got a later pressing of homework and its much more tonally balanced. the RAM printing that is sold on amazon has 0 issues with the average tracking (2g ish)

 


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McIntosh MP1100 phono pre-amplifier

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SME Model 15 Turntable

SME 309 Tonearm

Ortofon MC WindFeld TI cartridge

Clearaudio Essence MC cartridge

CHORD Electronics DAVE DAC

Chord Company Shawline RCA's

Chord Company Shawline XLR's

QED Supremus Loudspeaker cable

PMC FACT Fenestria loudspeaker's

IsoTek EVO3 Super Titan power conditioner

Audioquest NRG-Y3 power cable's

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I bought a few zipties

 

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nah just kidding i bought their entire stock

 

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Cant wait until this arrives

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White iPhone 4s, 16GB, on iOS 6

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Got this for $20 on eBay! Can't wait until it gets here. It's a piece of smartphone history. 


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@DrMacintosh "you are holding it wrong" history.

That was the iPhone 4. Not the 4s. The 4s was relatively free of “scandal”


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A ton of RGB with more RGB coming in the mail still. All will be synced through Mystic light.

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The first pieces for my new pc build! I haven't built a pc in a couple years so I'm pretty excited. I plan on pairing them with a ryzen 5 2600, 16gb of g skill trident z rgb ram and a mix of SSD and HDD storage.

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This could be my "new" daily use laptop. A 9 year old Thinkpad SL410 in near-perfect condition. ;) 

 

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The keyboard is fantastic and I love the nostalgia of this thing. :D 

 

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I finally ventured into Cabellas...been wanting a pellet gun for a while now so I grabbed this little beauty with some accessories. Also picked up a small knife. Now to get used to the new toy. It might actually LOOK like a real SIG P226 pistol...but nope, takes a CO2 cartridge in the handle and can fire .177 pellets or BBs. 

 

 

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