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7 minutes ago, Quadrum said:

An Oculus Rift S

Pics or it didn't happen  ;)

 

It's called show off your purchase, lets see it. 


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5 hours ago, Quadrum said:

-snip-There it is next to my computer 

Nice PM01 ?


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Bought myself the Sennheiser bluetooth neckband for the IE8-series of in-ears. Using them for my old IE-80, and wanted bluetooth for work and private.

 

Edit: Couldn't bother taking, and uploading a picture.

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My ASrock Z87 Extreme6 died on me, when I powered up, on fans were running, debug LED was off, and of course I got a blank screen. My i7 4770K is still a useful CPU, for games should I wish so (with a Gigabyte VEGA64 Gaming OC), though I use it more as a HTPC with my 65" TV in the living room.  So, I got myself an MSI Z87 G45 Gaming as replacement. Has a subtle red and black color scheme, populated the RAM slots with my RipJawsZ DDR3 1600MHz which were red so it suit the color scheme. 

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7 minutes ago, GamerDude said:

I got myself an MSI Z87 G45 Gaming as replacement

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Got some Klipsch RP-600M And a Denon AVR-X1600H recently for the living room. Still need to buy speaker stands.

 

I set them up over the weekend and everything sounds really nice. It pairs well with my LG Oled E8 55”. These are my first decent speaker/sound setup. Next us is to probably either get a subwoofer or a center speaker and a Blu-ray player ( or inversely get a UHD friendly drive for my HTPC.)

 

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Don't remember if I posted this, but I yoinked this off of eBay a few weeks ago:

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I bought some galaxy buds+. I needed some wireless IEMs for exercising. The galaxy buds+ got a good rating for a TWS by crinacle and the battery life was the best, so that's why I went with them over other TWS IEMs. They are fine IEMs, but they don't live up to what I am used to, granted I didn't expect them to live up to my custom IEMs or any headphones I use.20200220_161452.thumb.jpg.d153deeac8cb8a3f09094207a304b625.jpg


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36 minutes ago, Dackzy said:

I bought some galaxy buds+. I needed some wireless IEMs for exercising. The galaxy buds+ got a good rating for a TWS by crinacle and the battery life was the best, so that's why I went with them over other TWS IEMs. They are fine IEMs, but they don't live up to what I am used to, granted I didn't expect them to live up to my custom IEMs or any headphones I use.

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29 minutes ago, Pascal... said:

Are you going to write a review for them ?

maybe, idk tbh, I am quite busy with work and uni. I don't have the most experience in this budget for IEMs, but I can see if I can see if I have time to write a review in a week or two. So far I can say that if you like harman target IEMs a lot, then these will be the TWS for you.


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On 2/17/2020 at 4:22 PM, ionbasa said:

Got some Klipsch RP-600M And a Denon AVR-X1600H recently for the living room. Still need to buy speaker stands.

 

I set them up over the weekend and everything sounds really nice. It pairs well with my LG Oled E8 55”. These are my first decent speaker/sound setup. Next us is to probably either get a subwoofer or a center speaker and a Blu-ray player ( or inversely get a UHD friendly drive for my HTPC.)

 

100% Get a subwoofer next. Help the woofers on the Klipsch's do less work, plus you should be able to extend much deeper.


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Been wanting to bi-amp my PMC's for a while. So needed a proper crossover for the amplifiers. Hence the MEN220 being added. Just gotta go pick it up now lol.

 

So now it's a 60,000 USD pair of speakers being driven by ~78,000 of amplification. Next on the system upgrade path is the speakers I think. Looking at AVID Reference TWO's, Or something from MBL Audio.

 

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25 minutes ago, Derkoli said:

100% Get a subwoofer next. Help the woofers on the Klipsch's do less work, plus you should be able to extend much deeper.

I’ve been thinking about it. Thoughts on sub? I’ve been thinking about either staying with Klipsch or going SVS on the sub. 
 

Once I have speaker stands next month I’ll post an update. They’re currently sitting on the floor next to the tv console. They physically won’t fit on my tv console. Adding the speaker stands will give me some flexibility in positioning and will allow them to sit near ear level when on the couch. it will hopefully open up the sound stage a bit allowing me to get by without a center speaker for a while longer.

 

Side note: any thoughts on foam speaker isolation pads? Like: https://auralex.com/shop/iso-series/studio-monitors/

 

Not sure if they’re needed. But I was thinking it would help isolate the RP-600M from the stands I plan or purchasing.


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1 minute ago, ionbasa said:

I’ve been thinking about it. Thoughts on sub? I’ve been thinking about either staying with Klipsch or going SVS on the sub. 
 

Once I have speaker stands next month I’ll post an update. They’re currently sitting on the floor next to the tv console. They physically won’t fit on my tv console. Adding the speaker stands will give me some flexibility in positioning and will allow them to sit near ear level when on the couch. it will hopefully open up the sound stage a bit allowing me to get by without a center speaker for a while longer.

 

Side note: any thoughts on foam speaker isolation pads? Like: https://auralex.com/shop/iso-series/studio-monitors/

 

Not sure if they’re needed. But I was thinking it would help isolate the RP-600M from the stands I plan or purchasing.

Auralex stuff is great, but if you can afford it, look at IsoAcoutics. They work a bit better. https://isoacoustics.com/

 

Klipsch subs aren't really the greatest, so I would go with SVS for the subwoofer, or Rythmik. http://www.rythmikaudio.com/


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Bought 3 out of the 7(?) so far.


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