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  1. Phil, would you be able to clarify if this is a universal fit IEM or do you need to send it back to be remolded?
  2. Good on Nikon! I have been following these rumours for a while. But - what will surely annoy Nikon fans is the announcement of a new mount. Hopefully Nikon's F-mount adapter will work better than Sony's (which has known issues with Sony's own A-mount lenses). I am really looking forward to the announcement.
  3. There really is no point. Lenses in full frame cameras already have trouble resolving 48 MP, let alone the much smaller, less optically corrected, and cheaper smartphone lenses. Also, I do not want 48MP pictures! They take up more storage (especially on mobile phones), take longer to transfer, longer to process, and so on. All I "need" is 6-8MP.
  4. I have one of these, it is excellent. Do you have any other lenses for sale?
  5. Ah, I must have the older style of heat deflector then! Mine is only one large circle.
  6. I would agree with TubularBells comments. I own a Kamado Joe as well. The main disadvantage over a Weber is that you can not set it up for two zone cooking. The charcoal is held in a bowl shaped receptacle with the vents in the middle - this means that any coal you light will always migrate towards the center which is where the draft is. The grille is positioned high enough so that all the food is evenly exposed to heat. Great if you want low and slow. Not good if you want two zone cooking.
  7. I would be interested in the 77" C8. How much do they go for?
  8. Yes, it would be very interesting to have computer audio products which are designed for audio from the ground up, rather than tweaked by third parties and may have questionable reliability.
  9. Interesting. I did not know that the CEO of EVGA was an audiophile! I don't think I have seen them supply computer audiophile equipment though?
  10. My dearly departed best friend @snaggs used to own a pair of these. For years I lusted for them - clean but a little thin sounding. Sounded great with little bookshelf speakers, especially slightly coloured ones where it does a good job of spicing it up.
  11. Yummy. You are lucky to own a piece of Australian history. Let me know if you ever get bored of them
  12. Just to clarify, 10MHz out only? Does it have a synthesizer for other clock speeds?
  13. You don't have to pack them yourself. Get in touch with your local Pack and Send, they will come to your place and do it all. Just make sure you ask the buyer to pay for shipping, whatever it is. My usual procedure when selling bulky items which are expensive to ship is to ask for two payments from the buyer. The first payment to secure the item, and the second payment for the shipping.
  14. Be warned that DEQX introduces latency of its own. Exactly how much latency will depend on how you have set it up, but it may be as much as 80-100ms. When I had it set up in my system only performing sub correction duties with no delays, its inherent latency was about 40ms. If you use DSP correction in a HT system it may cause lip sync issues. In a HT setup you may need a separate control for video latency to avoid this.
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