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    What are you using to rip them and what are you listening to them on o_O

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    What Xuvial said

    Replaced my Sennheiser PC 350's with a pair of Creative Wrath Wireless headsets, I can walk like 8 meters away & still be able to hear loud & clearly.
    Also a review said they could last ~8-9 hours per charge, so that's pretty sexy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuvial View Post
    What are you using to rip them and what are you listening to them on o_O
    First question, can't remember, second question, Media Player Classic - Home Cinema.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetrisGOAT View Post
    First question, can't remember, second question, Media Player Classic - Home Cinema.
    No no I meant what speakers/headphones are you listening to your music on :P
    Also Audacity + LAME is basically the go-to software to rip CD's to MP3 or compress FLAC (open source, totally free)...after some hunting around I found out that there's a lot of programs that completely butcher mp3 quality and make things sound a lot worse than they should.
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    Last I heard, tetrisGOAT has the beastly HD 650s... which I looked up and gaped at a while back. lol

    So if .wav is the normal full-size format of music off a CD, what is above .wav? O.o I've been told by audio-nerds that .wav is the way to listen to music, or .flac but .flac is a smaller file format.
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    I'm actually looking to selling them!

    .flac is compressed, but deemed loss-less.
    MP3 has potential to be superior in audio quality, as long as the layers are fewer.
    Like, a single saxophone-track has the potential to be of higher quality.
    But the more layers tapped on, it loses this.
    Just as an aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuvial View Post
    so for the majority of home listening needs the "lossy" formats MP3, AAC, WAV, AIF etc are more than good enough.
    Basically lossy formats have a cut-off point at 15-16khz which is an extremely high frequency, audible to only a tiny handful of people who have gifted ears and a sound system that can deliver those frequenies smoothly. 99.99% of music falls in the 100hz-11khz mark anyway.
    This is why I mentioned the .wav thing, pretty sure .wav is the original format, right?
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    9x SSD's in RAID?

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    Some odd bondage going on in the last couple pictures it seems...

    Also Kingston doesn't seem to care about cable management. =/
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    Surprises me the processor didn't just freeze up and explode from the -172c temps
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    Quote Originally Posted by inux94 View Post
    Surprises me the processor didn't just freeze up and explode from the -172c temps
    I want -172c temps =(

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    What do you guys do all day that you just browse random computer threads and articles... because I need to starting doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hapylol View Post
    What do you guys do all day that you just browse random computer threads and articles... because I need to starting doing it.
    Depends.
    It helps a lot, since when you need to learn something, you know where to find it.
    In general though, just start following a hardware/software news-site you like the feel of.

    What I "do all day" is different though.
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    OCN Industry News section. 'Nuff said.

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    IT, it tends to fluctuate between weeks where im so busy i don't even have time to open a browser, and other times where every link on reddit is purple

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    So im thinking about picking up a pair of these: http://north-america.beyerdynamic.co...g/mmx-300.html since my astros broke. Anyone have any experience with Beyerdynamic headsets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyq View Post
    So im thinking about picking up a pair of these: http://north-america.beyerdynamic.co...g/mmx-300.html since my astros broke. Anyone have any experience with Beyerdynamic headsets?
    Those are basically DT 770s with a microphone, meaning that they are overpriced but excellent.

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    Not really concerned with the price lo, how is the mic quality?

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