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Like, what?
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Anyone seen this

Random women are posting their boobs on twitter in solidarity with Jennifer Lawrence and the leaked celebs tonight with hashtag #LeakForJLaw

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Apparently, there are gore pics among there in that tag.

lol what
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Don't expect the Source to be available into probably late 2015 going by how Light Harmonic is 3 months behind schedule for the Pulse and their parts dealers are running out of parts/discontinuing stuff, etc. It's probably going to be one of the better servers out there, but you'll have to be really patient and wait for it to come out.

Yeah I mostly use my laptops as my main sources; iPod 5G, iPhone 4S, or Clip Zip for my portable ones.

 

*meow* :frown:

 

I just really like the idea of a desktop device for storing and playing music exclusively. If they can offer this (with terabytes of space too!) at such a low price, there are bound to be similar ones out there. I just gotta look into it more.

 

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Who could forget? (Click to show)
 

 

How long did it take to find that post? (⊙︿⊙✿)

 

Sharing this again, because it's so funny!

 

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That rig setup I post just now

Just perfect haha
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Originally Posted by kaixax555 View Post

That rig setup I post just now

Just perfect haha

Specs?
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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

Specs?

Not the one in the picture (specs in my profile)

But the pcpartpicker.com link
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Lately there've been a few sellouts that affected me. First Samsung, and now the Jap Gov't. What's next?

Well. It's not going to last long from my understanding, nyaa's already launching countermeasures and the other sites aren't too bothered. Even HorribleSubs already back to making subs.

I give it a week

Hopefully Nyaa doesn't disappear for good.

 

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You never know how much you treasure something until you lose it.

 

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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post
 

 

Who could forget? (Click to show)
 

 

How long did it take to find that post? (⊙︿⊙✿)

 

 

Sharing this again, because it's so funny! (Click to show)

 

Not long, actually. If I replied to it, then I could most likely find it.
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Heavy stuff

That Christmas cake neta orz

 

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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

Oh and this thing is pretty cool too



I dig the flashing blue LED on the digi-logue button and super fast 7 second boot time

Where you ordered it?

MIght be the next audiophool stuff to buy when my shopping mood peak next time..

 

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

But yeah, I dunno. I'm not familiar with music servers. If you have a media player that plays tracks from RAM, then it might be fine if you use the external hard drives.

Not sure for macs, but for windows even foobar can do that. Or you can just use ramdisk.

 

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Half the fun is assembling it yourself! If it's your first time, then it'd be a great learning experience.

I hate hand work :<

So normally I just list down parts I want then let someone do for me orz (got a friend doing this business though..)

 


All this pc talk... urgh, think I'll wait for next generation e3/c-chipset to support ddr4 :/


Edited by kn19h7 - 8/31/14 at 7:36pm
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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post

Hopefully Nyaa doesn't disappear for good.

I highly doubt that. It will be awhile before they are back to being fully operational, but they should be online in a few days
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Originally Posted by kn19h7 View Post

Not sure for macs, but for windows even foobar can do that. Or you can just use ramdisk.

 

Yeah, most audio software can. I was just brainstorming alternatives to using my laptop as a source.

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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post

Dat motherboard:case ratio

Yeah the mobo is a mATX...

This wasn't the first case... My first case was a generic one with a generic PSU

I decided to change to a Lancool K62 and an Andyson modular PSU midway through so this stuck
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Spill the beans. Naow! pleaaaase

And congrats on your soon to be new family member! =)
Oh hot DAYUMMM.

 

It's really nice. The player is a little shorter than the iPhone 5 and twice as thick. Built like a brick save for the microSD/charging hatch which feels super flimsy.  Battery life feels pretty good, I'm nearing a full size discharge and I've done plenty of messing around/listening. It transfers files very quickly. About as fast as my iPhone 5 I think, which is quite a bit faster than the Calyx/DX90. Boot up/scan time is LIGHTNING fast. From a cold boot, it takes 7 seconds to fully power on and scan whatever 30 GB of music I currently have on there. I hear that even with 128 GB on a secondary card it doesn't go over 10 seconds. The SQ is very good. It's dead quiet, and extremely smooth, which is a little odd at first, since it seems to sand off the rough edges on music. I was listening to some Coheed and Cambria earlier today (Year of the Black Rainbow) and I was kind of amazed by how listenable it was on the P1 since that album usually sounds like ****. This is probably not the DAP you want if ultimate transparency is your end goal, but I really appreciate how non fatiguing it is. I think the M comes across as more aggressive and dynamic in comparison, but that can be fatiguing over time. I certainly don't note as much fatigue with the P1 vs. the M. I'm currently enjoying the P1 with the headphone mode engaged - which is just a gain switch I think. With earphone mode on, it sounds more subdued. Any more questions, feel free to ask. I haven't done much in the way of comparison listening since I barely came in yesterday. 

 

And thanks :D. I can't wait to take the cat home. I think I'm gonna name her something supremely nerdy. I was thinking of either Zelda or maybe Ellie, after the character in The Last of Us. 

 

 

And haha, after my friend texted me about JLaw's pics leaking I replied with: 

 

Now that's the REAL Winter's Bone. 

 

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Where you ordered it?

MIght be the next audiophool stuff to buy when my shopping mood peak next time..

 

Jet Audio on ebay is selling it for $1,350. I believe that's Cowon USA


Edited by Idsynchrono_24 - 8/31/14 at 7:46pm
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Originally Posted by kaixax555 View Post

Yeah the mobo is a mATX...

This wasn't the first case... My first case was a generic one with a generic PSU

I decided to change to a Lancool K62 and an Andyson modular PSU midway through so this stuck

Good rig. Solid.

But damn that's an expensive camera. Lol
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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

It's really nice. The player is a little shorter than the iPhone 5 and twice as thick. Built like a brick save for the microSD/charging hatch which feels super flimsy.  Battery life feels pretty good, I'm nearing a full size discharge and I've done plenty of messing around/listening. It transfers files very quickly. About as fast as my iPhone 5 I think, which is quite a bit faster than the Calyx/DX90. Boot up/scan time is LIGHTNING fast. From a cold boot, it takes 7 seconds to fully power on and scan whatever 30 GB of music I currently have on there. I hear that even with 128 GB on a secondary card it doesn't go over 10 seconds. The SQ is very good. It's dead quiet, and extremely smooth, which is a little odd at first, since it seems to sand off the rough edges on music. I was listening to some Coheed and Cambria earlier today (Year of the Black Rainbow) and I was kind of amazed by how listenable it was on the P1 since that album usually sounds like ****. This is probably not the DAP you want if ultimate transparency is your end goal, but I really appreciate how non fatiguing it is. I think the M comes across as more aggressive and dynamic in comparison, but that can be fatiguing over time. I certainly don't note as much fatigue with the P1 vs. the M. I'm currently enjoying the P1 with the headphone mode engaged - which is just a gain switch I think. With earphone mode on, it sounds more subdued. Any more questions, feel free to ask. I haven't done much in the way of comparison listening since I barely came in yesterday. 
So I take it Cowon finally delivered a nice DAP after the J3?

Mind if you do a 24/96 vs DSD64 battery life test? I'm curious to know how native playback of DSD affects the battery life versus PCM. I can provide a few test tracks if you don't have any.

Why 24/96?
For stereo DSD64 (44100 * 64 sample rate):
2 channels * 44100 Hz * 64 times greater sampling rate than CD * 1 bit = 5,644,800 bits/sec

For stereo 24/96:
2 channels * 96000 Hz * 24 bit = 4,608,000 bits/sec

Given they're the same length, the 24/96 playback mode should have a longer battery life if my assumptions are correct.


Or maybe Larry Ho of Light Harmonic will be right:
http://lhlabs.com/force/geekwave/1940-how-would-dsd-playback-affect-the-battery-life#30476
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DSD and PCM decoding energy is different depends on DAC IC internal design.
But the difference won't be too much.

File loading size, DSD has advantage over PCM.
File decode process power, DSD is 99% the same like PCM.

So if you ask me, DSD should be better than similar resolution PCM files for battery life.

Edited by miceblue - 8/31/14 at 7:58pm
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Originally Posted by Music Alchemist View Post
 

 

Yeah, most audio software can. I was just brainstorming alternatives to using my laptop as a source.


I don't really think there are too much choices out there, your budget basically decided the way to go..

 

low budget: custom low spec pc, mac mini etc.

high budget: custom high spec multipurpose pc, audiophool branding music server etc. (I would just get a Linn system in your situation :P)

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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

Good rig. Solid.

But damn that's an expensive camera. Lol

Not exactly solid... Could have gotten an ATX mobo and a HD5850 at least... Probably would be able to get 2 more RAM sticks too

Got the DSLR in a promo, 1.2k Sgd body only
Lens are not particularly good though
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