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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

But you have time to NOT make me a sandwich. Rite.

 

slorm.

 

I did make you a sandwich. A grasshopper sandwich. Like you'd come get a sandwich if I made it for you.

 

whorm.

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Originally Posted by 28980 View Post

Ain't nobody got time for mmos.

 

Anyone here used to play WoW?


Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

 

Also on suckage, the new Sim City is all online... that's uber lame 

 

It's kinda crappy, but it's not toooooooooooooooo bad.

 

I played it for 20 hours or so, then I moved on.

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We interrupt this spam to give you opinions about anime.

 

I just finished Black **** Rock Shooter. After watching the first 2 episodes, I didn't think I was going to like this anime. I was wrong. It turned out to be quite interesting and I really enjoyed it (although it was bizarre and depressing at times). 

post #65554 of 120923
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

Anyone here used to play WoW?

 

It's kinda crappy, but it's not toooooooooooooooo bad.

 

I played it for 20 hours or so, then I moved on.

 

i played

 

maplestory

post #65555 of 120923
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

Anyone here used to play WoW?

 

It's kinda crappy, but it's not toooooooooooooooo bad.

 

I played it for 20 hours or so, then I moved on.

Does it compare to 4000?

 

Former WoW addict here.

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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

Dumb sloots are so much fun though,

 

Yea OG was nice, I still liked Age of Empire better [which btw needs a new HD version as I heard the 3'd version of it sucked bannas] 

 

Also on suckage, the new Sim City is all online... that's uber lame 

Lol I'm still on 4000. Bought Societies but haven't played it yet.

 

AGE OF EMPIRE BUDS YAY SHOW THESE LUSERS SOME REAL GAMES. 

 

I can play stuff with SNES-quality graphics and still be content wat.

post #65556 of 120923
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

Anyone here used to play WoW?

 

It's kinda crappy, but it's not toooooooooooooooo bad.

 

I played it for 20 hours or so, then I moved on.

SHAME ON U FOR PLAYING WOW

 

also I'm having an issue with like mirco skips in foo bar... the music cuts out for like a quater of a second any one know why that is. it's not in any exact part of the song either it just happens randomly from time to time, I got 4 skips once while typing a post... 

 

also bass sounds really SLAM TASTIC at 2 am [there's another mirco skip] 

post #65557 of 120923
Originally Posted by 28980 View Post

 

i played

 

maplestory

 

So did I, but only the open beta.

 

I remember playing Ragnarok Online too, ahh, good ol' days.

 

Then I played WoW for years, it's easily the best game I've ever played, but there were a lot of terrible moments too.

 

I then jumped onto SWTOR for a month, which was a complete joke, and then I played GW2 for a month or two.

 

I don't have the time for MMO's anymore.


Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

Does it compare to 4000?

 

I didn't play too much of SC4, so I can't really say, all I did was play MMO's throughout my childhood.

 

The new one is a lot more simplified though, and the land size is a lot smaller. You're supposed to manage multiple cities, instead of having one giant metropolis.

 

It's not a bad game, but I wouldn't pay full retail. (I paid $38 for the Russian version)

 


Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

SHAME ON U FOR PLAYING WOW

 

Are you on Windows?

 

I had a similar problem which was related to DPC latency. It's a little too tedious for me to explain here, so you'd better google DPC latency checker and run it, to see if the spikes correlate with your dropouts.

 

It turns out it was my wireless network card scanning for hotspots despite already being connected to one, so new drivers and a change in options fixed it for me.

post #65558 of 120923
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

I remember playing Ragnarok Online too, ahh, good ol' days.

 

The new one is a lot more simplified though, and the land size is a lot smaller. You're supposed to manage multiple cities, instead of having one giant metropolis.

 

It's not a bad game, but I wouldn't pay full retail. (I paid $38 for the Russian version)

*high-five*.

Though I only have the DS version on now....

 

Oh right....we pay for stuff *coughcoughcough*

post #65559 of 120923

SUCCESS!!!

 

My discrete PSU works like a charm!

There was Very little audible on/off clicks and pops.

I tested with my philips SHE3580 with various Opamps including OPA2604, NE5532, TL072, NJM4558

 

My test setup with iPod as source, through an op-amp and to my earbuds:

 

 

Close up at my PSU and opamp under test:

 

 

The power-on transient measured 150-200mV peak while the Objective2 was over 400mV.

The pulse edges are also less steep, making it sound lower frequency hence less audible.

Same with the power-off transient, it is barely audible.

 

BUT just because it's inaudible doesn't mean it's not there....

So using a muting relay may just be the only way to completely get rid of it.

post #65560 of 120923
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

It turns out it was my wireless network card scanning for hotspots despite already being connected to one, so new drivers and a change in options fixed it for me.

that is EXACTLY my issue, my damn wireless card

post #65561 of 120923
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

SUCCESS!!!

 

My discrete PSU works like a charm!

There was Very little audible on/off clicks and pops.

I tested with my philips SHE3580 with various Opamps including OPA2604, NE5532, TL072, NJM4558

 

My test setup with iPod as source, through an op-amp and to my earbuds:

 

 

Close up at my PSU and opamp under test:

 

 

The power-on transient measured 150-200mV peak while the Objective2 was over 400mV.

The pulse edges are also less steep, making it sound lower frequency hence less audible.

Same with the power-off transient, it is barely audible.

 

BUT just because it's inaudible doesn't mean it's not there....

So using a muting relay may just be the only way to completely get rid of it.

Dang, nice job! Also, I've never seen a breadboard like that before. Isn't it annoying having to bridge each section of the breadboard?

post #65562 of 120923
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Dang, nice job! Also, I've never seen a breadboard like that before. Isn't it annoying having to bridge each section of the breadboard?


Um.. not really.

You'd have to jump around anyway.

post #65563 of 120923
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

lol I think you are.

 

it looks like earth?

lol I'm a failure as saya fan.

 

omgomgomgomg

though it could've been better.

Lol

Everyone thinks it's not a saya reference, but look at this list of references here: http://borderlands.wikia.com/wiki/Borderlands_2_pop_culture_references

And realize that isn't on the list... There's actually a decent chance it is referring to that. Also keep in mind there was an American comic adaptation of the VN made a couple years ago, so they may have read the comic...

Whatchu talkin about Boris? I love that piano cover :P

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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post


We have like 70% Mexicans... Texas is so close to the border...

Well yeah, that's understandable... We live way up north near the other border though. wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Atominator99 View Post

We interrupt this spam to give you opinions about anime.

 

I just finished Black **** Rock Shooter. After watching the first 2 episodes, I didn't think I was going to like this anime. I was wrong. It turned out to be quite interesting and I really enjoyed it (although it was bizarre and depressing at times). 

We interrupt our spam to say that apparently nobody cares about actual anime on this thread anymore... :(

I'll hurry up and finish it then.

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

SUCCESS!!!

 

My discrete PSU works like a charm!

There was Very little audible on/off clicks and pops.

I tested with my philips SHE3580 with various Opamps including OPA2604, NE5532, TL072, NJM4558

 

My test setup with iPod as source, through an op-amp and to my earbuds:

 

 

Close up at my PSU and opamp under test:

 

 

The power-on transient measured 150-200mV peak while the Objective2 was over 400mV.

The pulse edges are also less steep, making it sound lower frequency hence less audible.

Same with the power-off transient, it is barely audible.

 

BUT just because it's inaudible doesn't mean it's not there....

So using a muting relay may just be the only way to completely get rid of it.

Very nice!

What are you going to do for an amplifier section now? :O

post #65564 of 120923
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Very nice!

What are you going to do for an amplifier section now? :O

similar to the O2, no point in changing what's good.

post #65565 of 120923

Figured out what the hell the issue was. I might just need to buy a new wirless adapter, sadly I don't have my recipt from best a freaking buy so gawd knows how compliated this is going to get 

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