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@lostorage   awesome ending~ the OP/ED really adds to the feels in the show for me and I really enjoyed it despite not liking yuri.   hope they'll explain the "original LRIG" more in the next season.
 You should try nvidia gamestream, it can be used across the internet if you have a good connection.
I like this song~ Merry Christmas to all who celebrates it!
 Have you tried VOEZ? I quite like it but can't play on-the-go because it requires an internet connection..... :( LL SIF is another one that just didn't work for me because of the fixed scrolling speed. orz
 well... I guess it all comes down to practice but Deemo just didn't make it fun enough for me to get past the initial learning curve, I've been getting 7x% scores for songs that I thought was really quite easy. having played many other rhythm games, I'd say the the biggest problem is the hit detection.this is what the detection feels like to me: (+ve is early) 6 miss 5 miss 4 miss 3 miss 2 hit 1 hit 0 charming -1 hit  you can accidentally hit the...
 I wish I could enjoy this game more but the weird hit detection and non-linear scrolling just doesn't work for me.... iM@S SLS had non-linear scrolling too but it get more linear as it approaches the hit zone while deemo is like in constant acceleration.This makes it very hard for players to read notes and predict the rhythm. rhythm game -wise I'd say Deemo is absolutely horrible....
damnit man... I'm super hungry now.....
 nah, the volume is actually one of those rotary switches with a ton of resistors soldered on it so it's meant yo break contact in the middle.
pretty sure it was the HA-160, it produces really loud clicks in the output if you turn the volume while playing mucic.the amp's probably at super high gain while their volume rotary switch is not in contact.
 looks like they just re-branded 2 op-amps in a single package with some filter circuitry? I personally didn't have a very good impression of burson because their amp nearly broke my headphones due to poor circuit design but they've probably come a long way in the past few years.... I guess you can replace the input-stage op-amp in the P-H, it's a 8-pin dual amp chip.
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