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maybe he can put it together also for u? wink.gif

Sure could :)

post #6692 of 18011
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Here i made a cheap setup for you that will accomadate 16 hard drives, the trick is branching out those 3ft cables from your PC to the 16x hard drive tower. you can buy longer if needed. No extra PC required and youre not overpaying for a synology etc. Click this link

 

This is interesting but honestly for up to 4 drives a simple directly attached storage device like the Vantec I linked to for a meager $99 (it's more expensive here in AU) will be quick and painless. Simple plug and play. No NAS (although with these you can simply attach to an ethernet port in your pc tower), no USB hub required, or building of a new tower. Simple is best I believe. May not technically be best but I am using one with 3 3TB drives on the office laptop for streaming music (only USB 2.0) and no cutouts.

 

That said we don't know how many drives Dubstep Girl is considering and any other specifics. Still this is getting O/T.

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I personally like the NAS better on a network due to not having the have a computer on the serve up music and movies to my devices (tablets, Home theater, networked DVD/CD player).  Yes, setup takes effort but, in my case, at least it is worth it.

 

But anyway, BOT, looking forward to some reviews on the JergPad rev 2.0 by modulor...

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I personally like the NAS better on a network due to not having the have a computer on the serve up music and movies to my devices (tablets, Home theater, networked DVD/CD player).  Yes, setup takes effort but, in my case, at least it is worth it.

 

But anyway, BOT, looking forward to some reviews on the JergPad rev 2.0 by modulor...


jerg already did that...he was first one to receive it and did a mini review and first impressions about the pads.

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jerg already did that...he was first one to receive it and did a mini review and first impressions about the pads.

Yep, read it, looking for others to review it, also.  The more info the better.  I am interested in other thoughts, too.

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Yep, read it, looking for others to review it, also.  The more info the better.  I am interested in other thoughts, too.


as soon i have mine i will do some impressions also compared to velours that i now use.

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as soon i have mine i will do some impressions also compared to velours that i now use.

Great, that's what I was hoping for.  Thanks.

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A few years back, I remember looking for specific songs and getting them one by one, for the most part. Now I usually end up getting bunch of albums and the sheer abundance of the stuff out there has left me backlogged with TB's of music. Has technology gone too far?

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A few years back, I remember looking for specific songs and getting them one by one, for the most part. Now I usually end up getting bunch of albums and the sheer abundance of the stuff out there has left me backlogged with TB's of music. Has technology gone too far?

Not until we get digital implants in our brain... basshead.gif

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Not until we get extremely low jitter true balanced audiophile digital implants in our brain... basshead.gif

 

FTFY biggrin.gif

 

Lol maybe also get titanium implants in our cochlea. Go above the 20 kHz range. Get all the airy details.

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FTFY biggrin.gif

 

Lol maybe also get titanium implants in our cochlea. Go above the 20 kHz range. Get all the airy details.

Sign me up! atsmile.gif Then i guess some artist would have to come up with a recording of bats or something lol.

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Sign me up! atsmile.gif Then i guess some artist would have to come up with a recording of bats or something lol.

 

lol I'll let you know if we come up with something. Done some echolocation work here and there with bats.

 

Maybe I'll try the Jergmods then. Actually get the full benefit of removing cloths and stuff.

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Lol, what r u guys on today? biggrin.gif
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i have space for like 6 or something. i have a 2TB external thats strictly for backup of pictures, programs, important documents, and all sorts of other stuff. it also has movies for now, but they will eventually be moved to an internal.

and internally, i have a 260GB SDD, the 2TB music disk thats full, and 2 more single TB hard drives. pretty much full. all my other satas are used up (i guess i could maybe get rid of the dvd burner and just keep the super multi blue and add an extra one or something....


oooh that one looks cool!

how easy are NAS to setup? and do they have any connection or speed issues ever?
Synology is quite simple to set up with some basic network understanding. Never had issue with connection or speed. These could be connected to your switch/hub using 2 Ethernet ports for increase speed.
Edited by koiloco - 7/29/13 at 9:08pm
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Guys..anyone has experience with those less loss powercables??? I asked this already on a longer post..but no one replied..thanks for ur help guys.
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