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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

I saw that vid a long time ago]

 

There was a LOT of analysis by people on the character types featured

 

Stay at home wife (conservative salmon clothing)

Business dude

And gamer Asian that plays a female character in a game etc

Seems like Samsung wanted to target those types of people, doesn't it?

 


 

Just finished Corpse Party: Tortured Souls and Missing Footage. It was OK, I guess, but it had too much plot to fit into the 4x30 min timeframe. Also the Missing Footage was disappointing in several aspects.

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This blocking my way to lecture? No thanks.

Went out and found a pair of Martin Login Vantage that went from £4000+ down to £1000 instead.

Nice. How's the bass response on them? I've heard that electrostats have nice big soundstage and good detail, but weak bass. BTW, what are all those people doing?

post #106278 of 135330
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

My USB 3.0 hard drive can get speeds up to 5 Gb/s. I highly doubt that I'll ever get close to that number.
dealwithit.jpg

Technically, it's 5 Gigabits/sec which is the bandwidth speed and not Gigabyte/sec which is transfer speed. A 5Gb/s bandwith has a 625 Megabyte/sec transfer speed.
post #106279 of 135330
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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post
 

Seems like Samsung wanted to target those types of people, doesn't it?

 


 

Just finished Corpse Party: Tortured Souls and Missing Footage. It was OK, I guess, but it had too much plot to fit into the 4x30 min timeframe. Also the Missing Footage was disappointing in several aspects.

Corpse Party?

 

Makes me think of Guilty Crown

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What the hell is with anime giving female characters mascott uppa like things now?

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Originally Posted by L0SLobos View Post

Is it just me, or does anyone else feel that the quality of anime is going down these days? Winter 2014 season I still haven't found more than a handful of anything really worth watching (only watching Strike the Blood, Nagi no Asukara, Noragami, Engaged to the Unidentified)


 



If I summed up every time I've seen someone say this and took it as the truth, then Anime has been declining every single season since about 1995. Most of the time I think the person saying it a) is growing up, or b) is growing tired of anime, seeing the same plots/tropes/etc season after season.

These people seem to end up giving up on watching anime and go the manga-only route.


That being said, this current season has been a bit of a let-down. As always I started with high hopes for several new shows. Unfortunately, there aren't any particular shows that would be a bona fide stand-out thus far for me. I tend to view shows from a "will be recommending this to people in two years" kind of way. With that mindset we are talking anime with broad marketability. For non-sequel or continuation shows this season, the only ones that come to mind would be D-Frag, Nisekoi, and Sakura Trick (mostly because yuri is rare). Possibly Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta but that would have a less broad appeal.

Also what Nekosou also tends to be true, though there have been many good winter season shows, in recent memory: (looking at old charts wink.gif ) Tamako Market, Another, Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai, Inu x Boku, Gosick, etc.
Edited by Muinarc - 2/27/14 at 8:52am
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Oh deary me....

 


Letters from Japan are always so colorful ^o^

 



Gotta love those EMS deliveries! Got a youtube link to a good track on that CD?
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Za Warudo (Click to show)
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I do this all the time with my GR07 BE's. I lower the volume and put on some light music or recordings of nature. I'll let you guys know if I ever wake up strangled. I've lost all feeling in my arm a couple times after sleeping the wrong way... quite terrifying feeling indeed.

 



I did this while listening to Robert Rich's 7 hour Somnium, which is meant to be listened to while sleeping.

I'm purty sure this would give me nightmares (O_O)



This is adorable, I want it in my life!
post #106284 of 135330
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

What the hell is with anime giving female characters mascott uppa like things now?



 



So that they can sell the kawaii upa like things to otaku and profit I would think.
post #106285 of 135330
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

So I had a conversation over on another forum about IEMs vs. Headphones... I thought I'd post my concise pro/con list and see if anyone else had anything to add to it:

Pros:



- Isolation: Some IEMs isolate better than earplugs. Because of this, sometimes it's easier to hear micro details if there's any background noise in your envrionment.




- Portability: No over the ear or on-ear headphones will ever be as small and portable as IEMs




- Listen while you sleep? I personally don't do this but if you get IEMs that fit flush into your ear you can theoretically use them to listen to music while sleeping.



Cons:




- Harder to get good tonal balance: It seems a good majority of IEMs on the market have really harsh and painful treble or no treble at all, and bass that's either nonexistent or overbearing. Finding a good balance in between is more difficult than full size headphones and much harder than with speakers for the price.




- Maintenance: You have to clean the earwax off the tips and oil off the bodies every so often. It could also be said these aren't as sanitary and can be somewhat awkward to share with other depending on how much of a germaphobe you are.




- Lower Build Quality?: Some would argue that IEMs are easier to break, whether it be running them over or the cable losing connection somewhere between the connector and the earpiece itself. I mostly believe this, except it's also a matter of how well you treat your gear, and generally IEMs get a bit more abuse than your average over the ear full size headphone







For all these reasons, some people never use IEMs because they don't sound as good or they're afraid they'll break, or people are forced to use them because they listen on the go and can't carry around a set of full size cans, or they are in noisy environments where they won't get the most out of full size cans. In the end, the choice is up to you. 

Im currently debating.. FitEars....or another headphone.... FitEars... Or a better headphone....
post #106286 of 135330
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post


Im currently debating.. FitEars....or another headphone.... FitEars... Or a better headphone....

Frogbeats:evil:

post #106287 of 135330
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Frogbeats:evil:

ONI !!!
post #106288 of 135330
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

So I had a conversation over on another forum about IEMs vs. Headphones... I thought I'd post my concise pro/con list and see if anyone else had anything to add to it: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Pros:



- Isolation: Some IEMs isolate better than earplugs. Because of this, sometimes it's easier to hear micro details if there's any background noise in your envrionment.




- Portability: No over the ear or on-ear headphones will ever be as small and portable as IEMs




- Listen while you sleep? I personally don't do this but if you get IEMs that fit flush into your ear you can theoretically use them to listen to music while sleeping.



Cons:



- Harder to get good tonal balance: It seems a good majority of IEMs on the market have really harsh and painful treble or no treble at all, and bass that's either nonexistent or overbearing. Finding a good balance in between is more difficult than full size headphones and much harder than with speakers for the price.




- Maintenance: You have to clean the earwax off the tips and oil off the bodies every so often. It could also be said these aren't as sanitary and can be somewhat awkward to share with other depending on how much of a germaphobe you are.




- Lower Build Quality?: Some would argue that IEMs are easier to break, whether it be running them over or the cable losing connection somewhere between the connector and the earpiece itself. I mostly believe this, except it's also a matter of how well you treat your gear, and generally IEMs get a bit more abuse than your average over the ear full size headphone






For all these reasons, some people never use IEMs because they don't sound as good or they're afraid they'll break, or people are forced to use them because they listen on the go and can't carry around a set of full size cans, or they are in noisy environments where they won't get the most out of full size cans. In the end, the choice is up to you. 

Put this in con: the occlusion effect some IEM have. It's that suction feeling from the trapped air in your canal between the IEM and ear drum will bother some people, usually when used with unvented IEMs. This is still correct to my experience, although some say that CIEM solves this by tentacling next to your eardrum.
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Tom (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Mine is #81 ^o^



Looks familiar
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

What the hell is with anime giving female characters mascott uppa like things now?


It's not just anime :3

post #106290 of 135330
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

So I had a conversation over on another forum about IEMs vs. Headphones... I thought I'd post my concise pro/con list and see if anyone else had anything to add to it:

Pros:



- Isolation: Some IEMs isolate better than earplugs. Because of this, sometimes it's easier to hear micro details if there's any background noise in your envrionment.




- Portability: No over the ear or on-ear headphones will ever be as small and portable as IEMs




- Listen while you sleep? I personally don't do this but if you get IEMs that fit flush into your ear you can theoretically use them to listen to music while sleeping.



Cons:



- Harder to get good tonal balance: It seems a good majority of IEMs on the market have really harsh and painful treble or no treble at all, and bass that's either nonexistent or overbearing. Finding a good balance in between is more difficult than full size headphones and much harder than with speakers for the price.




- Maintenance: You have to clean the earwax off the tips and oil off the bodies every so often. It could also be said these aren't as sanitary and can be somewhat awkward to share with other depending on how much of a germaphobe you are.




- Lower Build Quality?: Some would argue that IEMs are easier to break, whether it be running them over or the cable losing connection somewhere between the connector and the earpiece itself. I mostly believe this, except it's also a matter of how well you treat your gear, and generally IEMs get a bit more abuse than your average over the ear full size headphone







For all these reasons, some people never use IEMs because they don't sound as good or they're afraid they'll break, or people are forced to use them because they listen on the go and can't carry around a set of full size cans, or they are in noisy environments where they won't get the most out of full size cans. In the end, the choice is up to you. 
Build quality seems fine to me for the most part. In-ear earphones tend to never have good sound quality though. -_-



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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

My USB 3.0 hard drive can get speeds up to 5 Gb/s. I highly doubt that I'll ever get close to that number.
dealwithit.jpg

Technically, it's 5 Gigabits/sec which is the bandwidth speed and not Gigabyte/sec which is transfer speed. A 5Gb/s bandwith has a 625 Megabyte/sec transfer speed.
Yeah I know. XD
Gb =\= GB
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