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post #496 of 645
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Originally Posted by Nik
My house is in a no traffic place (historcal centre of the city), so no any car aorund my place...
LOL. Same here, Nik. Mine is almost 400 years old. Nice and silent.


Edit: Though not quite as cool as yours. In the Summer I use AC.
post #497 of 645
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Originally Posted by kevin gilmore
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But 32 degrees C in the summer. I would never be able to handle that.
I keep my computer room at work at 18C.
Kevin, the 32 degrees C Nik said if i read correctly was outside of the house and inside 22 degrees C, that is about 4 degrees over your room temperature (18 degrees C), this is not that much of a change.....

BTW in my native country, and in the Caribean in general, the average temperature, is most of the times above 30 degrees, and is not that bad, of course we have narrow islands, and the winds make things easier for us, humidity is what makes the things a little hard to handle here in the US, we have mostly a continental weather...
post #498 of 645
Thread Starter 
Guys,

I'm now waiting for those who have ordered the Qualia... is not so interesting to be only one with this can and do not can speak with one other owner ...

Best!
Nicola
post #499 of 645
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Originally Posted by Nik
Guys,

I'm now waiting for those who have ordered the Qualia... is not so interesting to be only one with this can and do not can speak with one other owner ...

Best!
Nicola
Well, at least I don't think you would like to talk too much with the very next owner.....
post #500 of 645
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Originally Posted by Sovkiller
Kevin, the 32 degrees C Nik said if i read correctly was outside of the house and inside 22 degrees C, that is about 4 degrees over your room temperature (18 degrees C), this is not that much of a change.....

BTW in my native country, and in the Caribean in general, the average temperature, is most of the times above 30 degrees, and is not that bad, of course we have narrow islands, and the winds make things easier for us, humidity is what makes the things a little hard to handle here in the US, we have mostly a continental weather...
Sov, we've got about the same here on the Costa del Sol, Southern Spain. The summer is just finishing, thank goodness as it's hit over 40 degrees C many days and the humidity has been unusually high this year.
Next year I plan to take August off altogether and head off to see the wife's folks in Sweden, instead!
post #501 of 645
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Originally Posted by ipodstudio
Sov, we've got about the same here on the Costa del Sol, Southern Spain. The summer is just finishing, thank goodness as it's hit over 40 degrees C many days and the humidity has been unusually high this year.
Next year I plan to take August off altogether and head off to see the wife's folks in Sweden, instead!

Did you get any of that huge heatwave around middle/late july?

I measured 44C one day at 1pm in madrid. Give or take a few deg for accuracy, it was still crazy. Thank god I had a pool.
post #502 of 645
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Originally Posted by ipodstudio
Sov, we've got about the same here on the Costa del Sol, Southern Spain. The summer is just finishing, thank goodness as it's hit over 40 degrees C many days and the humidity has been unusually high this year.
Next year I plan to take August off altogether and head off to see the wife's folks in Sweden, instead!
Sweden can be very beautiful, but don't forget to bring a sweater and an umbrella.
post #503 of 645
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Originally Posted by Figo
Did you get any of that huge heatwave around middle/late july?

I measured 44C one day at 1pm in madrid. Give or take a few deg for accuracy, it was still crazy. Thank god I had a pool.
Yep, Augsut, too! Fortunately, we have a pool with our apartment, too and almost all the apartments down here use marble floors which is a big help.
post #504 of 645
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Originally Posted by Frazze
Sweden can be very beautiful, but don't forget to bring a sweater and an umbrella.
Tell me about it! I lived there for several years!.
post #505 of 645
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Originally Posted by Frazze
Sweden can be very beautiful, but don't forget to bring a sweater and an umbrella.
Hey Frazze, under your name here it also states your location: shouldn't there be a "å" after the Ume?
post #506 of 645
This thread has gone WAAAAY off topic
post #507 of 645
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
This thread has gone WAAAAY off topic
Good point, sorry about that!
post #508 of 645
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
This thread has gone WAAAAY off topic
Unless they discuss the quality of the Qualia concerning heat and humidity resistance.
post #509 of 645
Even better point, apology withdrawn!!
post #510 of 645
I tried using my HD600s in that weather and no AC... needless to say I droped the idea within minutes
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