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Ahh... gotcha. At least ask on the Keaboard-Fi thread! Please?

For what?

 

That pic didn't really work for your please.

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IE10 seems very stable and is not noticeably slower than chrome. As a bonus it's 64bit, which is a reason I'm debating moving off chrome.

really? I think its obnoxiously slow compared to chrome. Then again I mainly use it at work and maybe its the proxy/websense

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hey guys, I'd assume that most circumaural drivers for headphones usually amount to 2 w/ the exception of gaming/other ones. I know CIEM/IEM's do have more than 2

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hey guys, I'd assume that most circumaural drivers for headphones usually amount to 2 w/ the exception of gaming/other ones. I know CIEM/IEM's do have more than 2

Basically. Two drivers for most headphones here on head fi except for the gaming ones.

 

Not all IEM's have more than two(most don't). Most CIEM's do however while some do still use singles.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

For what?

 

That pic didn't really work for your please.

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

for some reason no me gusta.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Basically. Two drivers for most headphones here on head fi except for the gaming ones.

 

Not all IEM's have more than two(most don't). Most CIEM's do however while some do still use singles.

kk

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

ok that was a good pic! :) upvote for effort

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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

for some reason no me gusta.

kk

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post #52403 of 134858
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I had some latency problems for half an hour this afternoon but that was about it.

Meh, having some big issues. 1/16 of my promised speed.

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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

Anyone part of the mechanical keyboard elitist club like me tongue.gif

 

http://elitekeyboards.com/

Here! Me! I have a Filco Majestouch Black with Cherry MX Blues that I bought in Akihabara Electric City at the Cleverly keyboard store. It's the same thing as the Ninja but with a Japanese layout (check Diatec's Japanese website). The different labeling and stuff sometimes throws me off. I have an extra key labelled "Kana" and this weird key between the kana key and space bar that looks like a refresh sort of thing...it's 3 arrows making up a circle that point in the right direction/have a counterclockwise rotation.

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That site seems to pertain to only a few mech keyboard brands. Especially the ones mainly used for just typing.

So? Elitekeyboards used to be a Filco vendor. They've switched to Leopold and Topre Realforce

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Don't have a topre. It'd be to much hassle getting keycaps for it. Thinking of getting a KBT race or a Poker for taking to uni, probably browns or blues.

I don't really like Topre. Why it's more expensive than Cherry MX switches I don't know. It's a capacitive switch that uses a spring and a rubber dome. Because it has a rubber dome, it has a set shelf life unlike Cherry MX switches (or other mechanical switches like buckling spring) so over time the domes harden or soften, depending on whether it just sits on a shelf collecting dust or under heavy use, so they don't last as long as mechanical switches. They're also rated for less presses.

 

They do have ridiculously smooth travel though. The high cost of manufacturing them and licensing though makes these keyboards expensive. I wanted one at first but after trying one in the Cleverly keyboard store at Akihabara Electric City in Tokyo, I didn't like it too much due to its mushy nature like regular rubber domes, but to a smaller degree. I personally thought MX red and black had pretty smooth travel, although the force of the black switch springs was a little much for me so I prefer reds, blues, and browns. Well, I might be fine with MX Green. Black was really resistant so I didn't really like it.

 

KBT Race...meh, I've never been a fan of those 80% boards and such. I need to have a full 88 or 87 key tenkeyless (TKL) board (standard US or ISO layout. The Japanese ISO layout I have on this board is fine but the labeling on some of the keys throws me off).

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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

I have this one, been gaming on it for years

 

http://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=leopold,tenkeyless&pid=fc200rcabn

Hm...how are the Cherry stabilizers?

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

 

Microsoft makes fun of their own notorious browser. It is quite funny.

 

The best part is that it is also true. The new IE isn't that bad.It is actually a good browser. But due to devs hating it. IT's market for extensions and support from the programers is low right now. 

You just saw this video now? This video was going around OCN (was in news section after this Microsoft announcement on IE10 with Windows 8) for awhile now, and it came up a few months ago. Then again, you never check OCN.

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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

An awesome (read very very very sad) mash up of Up and Dead Island's trailer song.
Spoiler for UP from Pixar (Click to show)

Just saw it now

 

So sad, I remember that scene

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Getting some ridiculous ping. 150ms on one trial...

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Speeds are going back up at least.

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Correction, Geekhack.

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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

Meh, having some big issues. 1/16 of my promised speed.

Here! Me! I have a Filco Majestouch Black with Cherry MX Blues that I bought in Akihabara Electric City at the Cleverly keyboard store. It's the same thing as the Ninja but with a Japanese layout (check Diatec's Japanese website). The different labeling and stuff sometimes throws me off. I have an extra key labelled "Kana" and this weird key between the kana key and space bar that looks like a refresh sort of thing...it's 3 arrows making up a circle that point in the right direction/have a counterclockwise rotation.

So? Elitekeyboards used to be a Filco vendor. They've switched to Leopold and Topre Realforce

I don't really like Topre. Why it's more expensive than Cherry MX switches I don't know. It's a capacitive switch that uses a spring and a rubber dome. Because it has a rubber dome, it has a set shelf life unlike Cherry MX switches (or other mechanical switches like buckling spring) so over time the domes harden or soften, depending on whether it just sits on a shelf collecting dust or under heavy use, so they don't last as long as mechanical switches. They're also rated for less presses.

 

They do have ridiculously smooth travel though. The high cost of manufacturing them and licensing though makes these keyboards expensive. I wanted one at first but after trying one in the Cleverly keyboard store at Akihabara Electric City in Tokyo, I didn't like it too much due to its mushy nature like regular rubber domes, but to a smaller degree. I personally thought MX red and black had pretty smooth travel, although the force of the black switch springs was a little much for me so I prefer reds, blues, and browns. Well, I might be fine with MX Green. Black was really resistant so I didn't really like it.

 

KBT Race...meh, I've never been a fan of those 80% boards and such. I need to have a full 88 or 87 key tenkeyless (TKL) board (standard US or ISO layout. The Japanese ISO layout I have on this board is fine but the labeling on some of the keys throws me off).

Hm...how are the Cherry stabilizers?

You just saw this video now? This video was going around OCN (was in news section after this Microsoft announcement on IE10 with Windows 8) for awhile now, and it came up a few months ago. Then again, you never check OCN.

1/16th is pretty bad

 

That's what I thought. A vendor site. Not a fan forum.

 

I saw that video last month. Not everything posted is something just seen. I didn't see that new video. But thought it would be relevant to us making fun of IE. Hell, IE is still fun to make fun of wink_face.gif

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I just accidentally noticed that I extracted the arch linux .iso contents and deleted the .iso. *facepalm*

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

1/16th is pretty bad

 

That's what I thought. A vendor site. Not a fan forum.

 

I saw that video last month. Not everything posted is something just seen. I didn't see that new video. But thought it would be relevant to us making fun of IE. Hell, IE is still fun to make fun of wink_face.gif

Well, now it's hovering between 1/8 and 1/4 (2mbps to 4mbps).

 

? Anyways, I think the only place that sells Filco now is TheKeyboardCo in the UK which Amazon also distributes for.

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