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Razer user, I dislike their productswink_face.gif!!! and some nice cables, congrats on your purchase.

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You must get the Razer mouse mat and use moisturizer on it once a week......so so smoothwink_face.gif.

 

Having said that, my friend bought this Glass mouse mat and it's hot!!!

 

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Sorry about pic. quality.........

 

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You must get the Razer mouse mat and use moisturizer on it once a week......so so smoothwink_face.gif.

 

Having said that, my friend bought this Glass mouse mat and it's hot!!!

 

 

 

Sorry about pic. quality.........

 



 

 
I got almost all the razer mats and mice , just keep changing between them , and about the moisturizer.......no comment.Please update us about your findings  and synergy between the 650 and the DX100. The ebay seller does not ship out of US, so its a down for me, anywhere I can get it with a bargain online? 
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I got almost all the razer mats and mice , just keep changing between them , and about the moisturizer.......no comment.Please update us about your findings  and synergy between the 650 and the DX100. The ebay seller does not ship out of US, so its a down for me, anywhere I can get it with a bargain online? 


If you want help Turok you can PM me.

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You must get the Razer mouse mat and use moisturizer on it once a week......so so smoothwink_face.gif.

 

 

moisturiser... that reminded on a hilarious link put on westhamonline yesterday (not audio related & completely off topic).... read the customer reviews/feedback of the product, some of it is eye-wateringly funny...

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Veet-Hair-Removal-Creme-200ml/dp/B000KKNQBK/ref=cm_rdp_product


Edited by OK-Guy - 4/14/12 at 9:07am

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moisturiser... that reminded on a hilarious link put on westhamonline yesterday (not audio related & completely off topic).... read the customer reviews/feedback of the product, some of it is eye-wateringly funny...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Veet-Hair-Removal-Creme-200ml/dp/B000KKNQBK/ref=cm_rdp_product

LM(now exceedingly smooth)AO!

Thanks for that - best laugh I've had in ages!
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Very funny  like if it was on a UK TV Show.

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moisturiser... that reminded on a hilarious link put on westhamonline yesterday (not audio related & completely off topic).... read the customer reviews/feedback of the product, some of it is eye-wateringly funny...

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Veet-Hair-Removal-Creme-200ml/dp/B000KKNQBK/ref=cm_rdp_product



 

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I find it inconsiderate to others, who are trying to learn about the DX100 to make posts that are totally unrelated to the topic. What good does it do them except discourage them from trying to read through the posts? 

 

Please stick to topic or post where the off topic is appropriate. 


Edited by jamato8 - 4/14/12 at 10:14am
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I find it inconsiderate to others, who are trying to learn about the DX100 to make posts that are totally unrelated to the topic. What good does it do them except discourage them from trying to read through the posts? 

 

Please stick to topic or post where the off topic is appropriate. 


point taken... but sometimes a lil humour breaks the monotony of sorting the bugs, do you not think?

 

ok ok think I already know the answer so I'll toodle off to the naughty corner confused_face.gif
 

 

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point taken... but sometimes a lil humour breaks the monotony of sorting the bugs, do you not think?

 

ok ok think I already know the answer so I'll toodle off to the naughty corner confused_face.gif

I understand and I have been off topic some myself. I am trying to think of others who give up in frustration after reading pages that have nothing to do with the DX100. Too bad we can't have a sub section for off topic while waiting as there are a number of people who have been brought together here because of the DX100, so it is nice to socialize. 

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I have noticed that if I shut down all but the very necessary programs on the DX100, the sound is cleaner, IMO. Any thoughts on this? 

 

 


Edited by jamato8 - 4/14/12 at 10:50am
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I think maybe that now we have the wiki, that is the best place to keep all the good stuff. A BIG FAT LINK to the wiki on the first page of this thread can get people straight to the distilled goodness.

Truth is this thread is already 4749 posts and most of it is off topic. It's the nature of Head-fi and likely the reason so many spend so much time here.
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I think maybe that now we have the wiki, that is the best place to keep all the good stuff. A BIG FAT LINK to the wiki on the first page of this thread can get people straight to the distilled goodness.
Truth is this thread is already 4749 posts and most of it is off topic. It's the nature of Head-fi and likely the reason so many spend so much time here.

Good suggestion. The BIG FAT LINK , as been placed on the first page. :^)

 

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I understand and I have been off topic some myself. I am trying to think of others who give up in frustration after reading pages that have nothing to do with the DX100. Too bad we can't have a sub section for off topic while waiting as there are a number of people who have been brought together here because of the DX100, so it is nice to socialize. 

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I have noticed that if I shut down all but the very necessary programs on the DX100, the sound is cleaner, IMO. Any thoughts on this? 

 

 


1) Agreed. Let's try to keep the thread (mostly) on topic beerchug.gif

 

2) I get ZERO pops, crackles or anything after rooting & trimming my DX100 as per the guide I posted. 

 

On another note - I now have 95 hours on my DX100, how much more should I expect the sound to change? I'd say 80% of the change I've noticed so far took place within the first 6-8 hours. I'll let it play through the night and then I'm tempted to stop the controlled burn-in and just lean back and enjoy it.

 

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People have reported burn-in effecting sound up to 200-300 hours of use....
 

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1) Agreed. Let's try to keep the thread (mostly) on topic beerchug.gif

 

2) I get ZERO pops, crackles or anything after rooting & trimming my DX100 as per the guide I posted. 

 

On another note - I now have 95 hours on my DX100, how much more should I expect the sound to change? I'd say 80% of the change I've noticed so far took place within the first 6-8 hours. I'll let it play through the night and then I'm tempted to stop the controlled burn-in and just lean back and enjoy it.

 



 

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People have reported burn-in effecting sound up to 200-300 hours of use....

I know, I've been here from the start of the thread and that's the reason I've been meticulously keeping track and letting my DX100 play through the night beerchug.gif

 

...but people have also reported how brilliant their special cables sound from the DX100. I'm not really expecting a night and day difference from here on in wink.gif

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Walington, Croydonwink.gif here

 

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Heh, small world. I live near Sidcup/Bromley/Chislehurst.
 



 



 

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