Discussion in 'General' started by RTT, 19 Oct 2007.
Looks like Bower and wilkins cans to me
Look like Bowers and Wilkins P5
Yep, they're the Bowers & Wilkins P5.
I like your Stax, which model are they? Oh and the holder for them - where did you get that?
It's not Stax, it's Audeze LCD-2. You can get the holder at http://www.hififreaks.dk
As the poster above said they're the Audeze LCD-2 (rev. 2) orthodynamic headphones. The STAX headphone stand can be found at a number of stores online, its model number is the HPS-2.
Added a couple of speakers to the setup as satellites - a Sony 2.1 set that my brother left behind when he moved to Korea a couple of months back. Feed is the tape out from the Xenyx 802 mixer, so it's not strictly 4.1 but it gives me a bit of mid that the Kenwoods lack and improves the stereo image
Cans are Sennheiser HD428s - audio setup is ASUS Xonar Essence STX, Behringer Xenyx 802, Cambridge Audio A1
So it had been forever and a bunch of my friends are hitting up mw3
I had a couple of bits for different builds all over the place. Including rads fixed to an old test bench that I couldn't be bothered to move...
Resulting in the following mess:
And as for the room/my place:
Here's mine ..... pc in a cupboard
bugeye, that looks cool ! but is it really practical ? also, no mouse ?
Very nice Bugeye
Thanks Dark & yassarikhan .... yes works fine normally a trackball mouse sitting in front of the keyboard . Bit difficult to see but there are two keyboards . Not the usual set up but I was halfway through setting up a htpc with XBMCbuntu , both the htpc and the main pc plugged into the same monitor but I needed 2 keyboards until the basic install and open ssh was finished .
Normally looks a bit more like this .....
Here's the htpc
Nice! That's an Enlight 7233 ain't it?
I had a 7237 previously and it was my first foray into modding back then. I bought a Minicraft rotary tool and cut a 120mm fan hole in the front.
Not sure which relative of mine eventually inherited the case though.
The brand is now less marketed and difficult to get. The parent company seems to be concentrating on the Proxxon line instead.
The unit I had was a Minicraft MX-1 heavy duty rotary tool. It lasted about 10 years and the brushes worn out. I now use a Dremel Digital 400.
This is my bedroom. I am looking to improve it, so I was wondering if you guys had any ideas. The main area I want to change is where my pc is. I want a bigger desk as it is just too cramped and I struggle to do my studies.
I will tidy up on Tuesday and sort out the cables a bit.
This is my stair well wall. It feels very empty, I was thinking about of just coving it in posters of awesome cars.
This is my bed-sofa, I am happy with it, maybe some new cushions? But I was thinking I should change the curtains.
This is my wardrobe. Happy with this part. That trouser presser is not mean't to be there.
This part I am happy with. Might spray paint the clock black, and again not sure about my curtains.
Just so you guys know any painted wall has this textured wall paper underneath. This has to stay, I am also happy with the colour.
I also have wooden panelling on one wall.
I was thinking of changing my lights to energy saving ones which give out more of a white glow but are still just as powerful. As the current lights make any object which is white look yellow.
If this creates a lot of interest I will make a separate thread thanks.
OW!! I read minecraft the first time...
I have absolutely no idea what the model is, but yeah the Enlight one is pretty close... Then again, back in those days just about every case looked almost the same
I'm currently wondering if I should fill it with FX-8150 and dual HD 6970's or just swap the case for something a bit more modern...
You should totally do the first one. Then lug it along to Lan parties and laugh at everyone who instantly rejects it as crap.
Yeah atleast I'm going to build it and take a couple of photos just for shits'n'giggles. Too bad I still don't have the missing drive bay covers
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