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My whisky is here. x3

 

Pour me a dram will you, bloody hot water tank died after 7 years and five days..... the warranty is 7 years. There goes $1600 for a replacement. :mad:

 

Planned obsolescence? :p 


Ouch, no hot water? Wait, is it even cold over your side?

 

I wonder how Hibiki taste like now...

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LOL I once merely mentioned the initials C and S in the Z7 thread in relation to Maxvala's (sp) posts and Joe came down on me like a pile of bricks and censored my post. And you've got the gall to spell it out Micey? May Tatsu-gawd have mercy on your soul

I could go for some whiskey right about now. It's freezing out
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$1 huh...

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Psst, the CSD and distortion graphs exist on the internet, but only on a website that cannot be named... :X

Nice. Thanks!

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That looks like a sibilant nightmare.
And that's another stupid loophole in Head-Fi's system. People know full well where such measurements come from, and Purrin has his own measurements here on Head-Fi. Yet, for some strange reason, we mortals can't post the charts and measurements from famous singer CHANG who is a famous STAR in Taiwan.

So because I think it would be beneficial for buyers to know all of the information that is available to the public, and I haven't received any warning PMs about not posting stuff from aforementioned website, and there's nothing in the TOS that says I can't post it because Purrin is not a banned member here:
index.php?action=dlattach;topic=1902.0;attach=7926;image

The original data obviously came from aforementioned website, and people are posting it. I don't understand why this chart would be inappropriate to post since it comes from the same source.

I wouldn't jump to that conclusion so quickly really. The CSD is pretty clean there and it doesn't really reflect a peak above the midrange or bass amplitude which tells me that it might not be sibilant at any reasonable volume. It'll probably be a little bright there, and maybe a bit brittle, but I would take a 50/50 on horribly sibilant.

The FX850 should probably be horribly sibilant too for example, but it isn't.
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Shirobako episode 7

This show is really really good at what it does.

 


:D


Edited by Tom Yum Goong - Today at 2:22 pm
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Making you depress?

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Making you depress?

Yup!
It's also the worst show one could watch after a very stressful day at work. I think the main reason why I can enjoy this show, is that I'm a ******* NEET.
No seriously, I really like this SoL/documentary thing. I finally (kind of) know how chinese cartoons are made!

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Less than 400 left of the 2000 that are available on Massdrop.

Probably going to not get in on it this time then and I'll wait for the next drop or get a second hand pair. Once the next drop happens it probably have some more feedback as people will actually have a pair if the next drop is after they ship the first batch I guess.

 

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Yup!
It's also the worst show one could watch after a very stressful day at work. I think the main reason why I can enjoy this show, is that I'm a ******* NEET.
No seriously, I really like this SoL/documentary thing. I finally (kind of) know how chinese cartoons are made!

Coming home from a stressful day of work to watch a stressful anime, fool proof plan to cheer oneself up.

Watching Shirobako kinda strikes close to home for me, I end up working on manga all day and then can go watch how much worse it would be if I was working on anime all day.

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I wouldn't jump to that conclusion so quickly really. The CSD is pretty clean there and it doesn't really reflect a peak above the midrange or bass amplitude which tells me that it might not be sibilant at any reasonable volume. It'll probably be a little bright there, and maybe a bit brittle, but I would take a 50/50 on horribly sibilant.

The FX850 should probably be horribly sibilant too for example, but it isn't.
That may be true too. Based on those graphs though, it looks pretty darn sibilant.

Measurements can be really deceiving. People often don't know the limits of their rigs, and because of that, it makes interpreting the results extremely difficult. BMF measures headphones for example and when I asked him what the ideal flat line means with respect to the HRTF, he had no idea.

Tyll uses a different compensation curve than other people who measure headphones, so his data might be inconsistent with those of Purrin.
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Aviary Attorney is a bird lawyering game set in Paris during 1847, just after the revolution of the late 18th Century and the uprisings of 1830.

 

You play as Jayjay Falcon, a defense lawyer, who you’ll need to guide through conversation with various other animal folk to build up your case to deliver in court.

 

The case concerns Lady Caterline Demiaou, a lavish feline who is described as “the charming bourgeoisie,” and who is current on trial for murder. It’s your job to defend her and prove her innocence, if you can.

 

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There are plenty of other characters in Aviary Attorney to meet, too, all of which are animals, and include Prince Juan Querido, as seen above, who is the “romantic and aloof Prince of Spain.” Another prominent character is  Sparrowson, another romantic, but who is also the loyal friend of Jayjay.

 

Aviary Attorney has only been in development for a few months but it’s coming along very well. Its art style is taken from an 1842 book called “Scènes de la Vie Privée et Publique des Animaux” (Scenes from the private and public life of animals), which is a collection of articles, news, and satirical tales published between 1840 and 1842.

 

You can follow the development progress of Avian Attorney on its website. The developer’s Twitter account also has regular updates that can’t be found elsewhere.


Read more at http://www.siliconera.com/2014/11/25/ace-attorney-meets-hatoful-boyfriend-aviary-attorney/#WkUt3gCiJDBSof65.99
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Oh that looks neat :popcorn:

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

That may be true too. Based on those graphs though, it looks pretty darn sibilant.

 

It doesn't look too bad to me, I'm with vwinter here. :p

 

It's the ringing at around 6k that gets you, the CSD's look clean. The headphone looks fairly well balanced to me.

 

If everything past 1k was shelved down and there was the same 6-8k hump, then I would be more inclined to agree with you.

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