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post #2581 of 2673
Whatever floats your boat.. I like Dolby.
post #2582 of 2673
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post

Yesterday was the first time I played cs:go on my new set up. I used to be using the wireless g930. Wow, I could position much better, and hear where people were coming from.

Edit: new set up is pc->v moda vamp verza->Mad Dogs.

Yeah a decent audio setup goes miles. I like being able to hear things like a guy reloading or picking up a weapon. Works well when clutching. Also a funny fact is that the sound of the knife is client side only. So when you fail a backstab its not because the knife sound gave you away.
post #2583 of 2673
i dont like digital surround. has a somewhat hollow acoustic sweet spot
post #2584 of 2673

Whenever I see the word "Ikea", I unintentionally parse it as "Ikeda" -- and my thoughts immediately turn to very lovely cartridges and tonearms from Japan, instead of cheap furniture from Sweden (or wherever that stuff comes from). That can't be normal.

post #2585 of 2673
My friend asked me on ideas for "pick-up lines" but I had absolutely no idea what is that but after a few examples, I came up with this one... YKYAAW!!!!

"Are you a doctor?"
"Because when you're around, my tinnitus faded away"
post #2586 of 2673

To this date I still think about guitar pickups whenever I heard the word "pick-up".

post #2587 of 2673
How I wish I know how to fully play an instrument :/
post #2588 of 2673
cello, guitar, drums, ukulele, piano and electone(ELB-01)! biggrin.gif
post #2589 of 2673

Cello, piano, french horn and tuba, plus occasionally being dragooned into playing percussion (unwillingly).


 

The tuba was my favourite, and if you pressed a headphone cup to the mouthpiece, provided a little amplification if you wanted to share the music, albeit not in the highest of fi! I assure you, no loudspeaker ever looked better, though...


 


Edited by PalJoey - 8/5/14 at 9:56am
post #2590 of 2673
Baritone, trombone, trumpet and piano.

Jim
post #2591 of 2673
my experience with the cello, piano, guitar and drums makes it really easy to gauge sound quality, especially with the piano and cello.
post #2592 of 2673
YKYAAW schiit hits the FLAC instead of the fan
post #2593 of 2673
i like that pun.
post #2594 of 2673
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

My friend asked me on ideas for "pick-up lines" but I had absolutely no idea what is that but after a few examples, I came up with this one... YKYAAW!!!!

"Are you a doctor?"
"Because when you're around, my tinnitus faded away"

Here's a pick-up line!
"Are you an HD800? Your highs and lows are enchanting."

WARNING: MAY NOT WORK WITH ALL WOMEN.
post #2595 of 2673
Quote:
Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

My friend asked me on ideas for "pick-up lines" but I had absolutely no idea what is that but after a few examples, I came up with this one... YKYAAW!!!!

"Are you a doctor?"
"Because when you're around, my tinnitus faded away"

 

Here's one.

 

"You remind me of a very expensive high-end speaker, you just have the right height, your bottom is not boomy, your mids are exemplary, they really stand out, and your highs are smooth and uncolored. That's because you don't wear makeup".

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