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Austin Powers

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  1. Hmm, it was like 13 years ago, the first PC(share to every member of the family). I(and my family) didn't had the internet until after several days we had the PC. It was the first 56K modem I had. And today, using FFTH. Government is a bit unreasonable here though. Paying $76 per month for a 20Mb ups and downs without usage cap and that is the best internet package plan for my country. There is cheaper without usage cap. 50Mbit downs with super low ups. Life is miserable while
  2. It's coming to PS4 this summer. http://go.ign.com/1iBTRmD
  3. I was going to mention "best" on the title. But meh, I posted in this section because audiophiles know best about the detail of the music. Anyway, as title says. I wanted to stream musics from my PC to my friend android while he's working or going elsewhere.
  4. I got a headache the next morning for the first time wearing my pair of cans. Don't worry, it will go loose day by day. If you can't stand on them, just hook them on something to loosen the clamping force.
  5. Probably there are many components running inside your PC and causes the electro static noise into your headset. I plugged mine on to my av receiver and everything is solved. Just get some external dac/amp and everything is solved. EDIT : If it's USB, then I got nothing to say but it's worth to try on external dac/amp.
  6. Um, I have a question, currently running this on my HTPC. If I have foobar2000 playing a 16bit mp3 file and windows sound setting @ 24bit, will I get 24 or 16 bit rate while the music is playing?
  7. Wish I have my own amp/dac. Shits start to happen since I start using the av receiver from my HT system. I bought a pair of cans since nobody is using the av receiver. When I start to occupy by plugging my headphones in the av receiver, every single speaker that connects to it, disabled. Meh, my sister usually use them, but it's strange that she never use them for 1 year ; until, I start to use them. Go out for work, she unplugs them without my permission/knowledge. Damn this people around me is trying to force me to waste my money by owning a dac/amp . On-topic : Just get an external dac/
  8. Noob question, what's the difference between ac66u and ac68u?
  9. I posted this one few weeks ago. Not sure if it's still there. You can try to check up my post or thread(iirc)
  10. I wish I can accumulate my download and upload speed up to this size then throw them in 1 go. . But seriously I'm curious, is there a way to do this the one I mentioned?
  11. No though, she's on period maybe. Sometimes she threw herself on the sofa taking a rest and mumble saying that "why is it so hot and headache". When she did something wrong or something like above she done. I asked her nicely "Did you step on my headphones wire?". She never admit that she step but I saw her step because I was sleeping and the phone rang to make me wake up. But before I could rush to get the phone, she was there, rushing before I get them. The part she didn't admit, I asked her countless times but in a different way until I break the egg without raging or shouting at her until
  12. Well, not going to RMA it, I make her pay for a new one if the sound cranks up or static sound starts to barge in through the headphone speakers. I'm controlling my anger, if it dies, I'm going to rage on her face >.<.
  13. Um, I wanted to know if there is any chance the headphones will die if she stepped on the wire and it comes out unnaturally?
  14. Earlier today my sister ran and rush to the front of the television to take the wireless phone at the back at the television because dad calls. So this shit happens, she ran and stepped on my headphone wire that is already plugged in. The wire comes off due to the impact she stepped. Anyway, if the phones starts to die, is it possible to change the wires? EDIT : I forgot, she somehow avoid stepping on the other cable because that braided cable skin is hard like a rock.
  15. from 8200 down to 2000. Consulted by @Toby