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New card ordered! :D 

 

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11 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

:o I was looking at that card yesterday! 

He was asking £250 for it. Just sent him the £200 offer and he accepted :)

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this picture on a poster for someone who likes the original, which was my wifes favorite painting. He will receive it as a x-mas gift.

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5 minutes ago, r3loAded said:

He was asking £250 for it. Just sent him the £200 offer and he accepted :)

Damn it. :( 

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55 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

Damn it. :( 

I know it's kind of low balling but I couldn't make something on top too make the business working otherwise. Still I offered more than CEX is offering.

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Y'all know the drill by now:

 

Vinyl

 

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Left to right, top to bottom:
I & II, III: Songs of Happiness... Words of Praise and An den Monde by (DOLCH), Morbid Triumph by Antichrist Siege Machine, Primal Incinerators of Moral Matrix by Tetragrammacide, Massacre on Bodies by Mutilation, The Excreted Remains of the Sabatier System by Cosmic Void Ritual, and Sulphurous Temple by Sortilegia.

 

CDs and cassettes

 

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Eroded Corridors of Unbeing by Spectral Voice, Potestas Magicum Diaboli by Asagraum, Cranial Obsession by Anatomia, and 凶夢 by 厄鬼.

Nova doctrina terribilis sit perdere

Audio format guides: Vinyl records | Cassette tapes

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4 hours ago, Volbet said:

Y'all know the drill by now:

 

Vinyl

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Left to right, top to bottom:
I & II, III: Songs of Happiness... Words of Praise and An den Monde by (DOLCH), Morbid Triumph by Antichrist Siege Machine, Primal Incinerators of Moral Matrix by Tetragrammacide, Massacre on Bodies by Mutilation, The Excreted Remains of the Sabatier System by Cosmic Void Ritual, and Sulphurous Temple by Sortilegia.

 

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Eroded Corridors of Unbeing by Spectral Voice, Potestas Magicum Diaboli by Asagraum, Cranial Obsession by Anatomia, and 凶夢 by 厄鬼.

We do indeed!

Always nice to se al the different cover art.

Can we have a photo of the collection?

Bleigh!  Ever hear of AC series? 

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8 minutes ago, Nup said:

We do indeed!

Always nice to se al the different cover art.

Can we have a photo of the collection?

At some point, sure.

I just need to figure out how to do it without giving away too much of my location.

My living room is pretty much all windows and you can see some pretty distinct landmarks out of them.

 

Until then, here's a picture of the part of the collection that I've yet to digitize:

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That's roughly 350 LPs, 30 7" records and 4 10" records.

 

Edit: I also have an Instagram page where I show off my records (and sometimes tapes and CDs) one at the time.

But I don't know if I'm allowed to link it here.

Nova doctrina terribilis sit perdere

Audio format guides: Vinyl records | Cassette tapes

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1 hour ago, Volbet said:

At some point, sure.

I just need to figure out how to do it without giving away too much of my location.

My living room is pretty much all windows and you can see some pretty distinct landmarks out of them.

 

Until then, here's a picture of the part of the collection that I've yet to digitize:

 

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That's roughly 350 LPs, 30 7" records and 4 10" records.

 

Edit: I also have an Instagram page where I show off my records (and sometimes tapes and CDs) one at the time.

But I don't know if I'm allowed to link it here.

Fair enough! music and a good view is a win tho.

Damn, you digitize all of them?

They look so small when on their side, having always seen posts of the disks head on I didn't expect this.

Some number just on that shelf.

Bleigh!  Ever hear of AC series? 

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1 hour ago, Nup said:

Fair enough! music and a good view is a win tho.

Damn, you digitize all of them?

They look so small when on their side, having always seen posts of the disks head on I didn't expect this.

Some number just on that shelf.

I don't digitize all of them. It depends on whether or not I already have a digital copy and if that digital copy is mastered just semi-decently.

However, all the vinyl on the shelves has to be digitized. It's a summer project that has kept getting delayed.

But my job has become a lot easier in the last 5 or so years, since a lot of vinyl records now come with a download code.

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Audio format guides: Vinyl records | Cassette tapes

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Cost me $0.01 in a bundle w/ a laptop I was going to buy anyway. Woohoo.

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56 minutes ago, Legendarypoet said:

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Cost me $0.01 in a bundle w/ a laptop I was going to buy anyway. Woohoo.

What laptop

QUOTE ME TO SEE MY REPLY!:D

 

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22 minutes ago, ScrappyZeDog said:

What laptop

Predator Helios. Christmas gift for someone. Keeping the headset though. Never been interested enough in VR to pay for it, but if it's free.... yeah.

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Just now, Legendarypoet said:

Predator Helios. Christmas gift for someone. Keeping the headset though. Never been interested enough in VR to pay for it, but if it's free.... yeah.

Ah! Cool!

QUOTE ME TO SEE MY REPLY!:D

 

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4 hours ago, Valentyn said:

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Nice.

 

Too bad it costs a fortune and the accessories it takes to make it "worthwhile" are a couple hundred €s more in the end.

Groomlake Authority

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Went to the Op shops today. Spent an entire $20.45(AU) today

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TEAC LCDV2255HDW 22" 1680x1050 "Digital TV Ready" (I haven't seen that logo since 2011, when Analogue TV was being turned off around Australia. Analogue TV turned off on 05/05/2011 for South Gippsland, which is where I am from). Has HDMI, and it's remote. $9.45AU

Logitech Z523 2.1 speaker system. $8AU

Xbox 360 wired controller with USB adaptor, $2AU

Assassin's Creed Revelations, $1AU.

 

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On 08/12/2017 at 7:31 PM, VerticalDiscussions said:

Nice.

 

Too bad it costs a fortune and the accessories it takes to make it "worthwhile" are a couple hundred €s more in the end.

 

I didn't need anything extra bar a case and screen protector at least. Cost is relevant at least. 
So far been loving it. Hopefully it lasts as long as the little brother.

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On 7/12/2017 at 8:23 PM, Volbet said:

I don't digitize all of them. It depends on whether or not I already have a digital copy and if that digital copy is mastered just semi-decently.

However, all the vinyl on the shelves has to be digitized. It's a summer project that has kept getting delayed.

But my job has become a lot easier in the last 5 or so years, since a lot of vinyl records now come with a download code.

Would be some work. I’d imagine there’d be a good few projects to digotile preexisting disks wouldn’t have thought of the code tbh. Nice touch. 

Bleigh!  Ever hear of AC series? 

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9 minutes ago, Nup said:

Would be some work. I’d imagine there’d be a good few projects to digotile preexisting disks wouldn’t have thought of the code tbh. Nice touch. 

It's not that much work for a single disc. It takes maybe 10 min. outside of the runtime of the record itself.

And it's not like the runtime has to be dedicated just listening to the record.

I'm actually digitizing a record as we speak (or write).

 

But still, a download code is much quicker.

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Audio format guides: Vinyl records | Cassette tapes

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yet another knife

 

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