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Here's an extreme (and in this case obviously bullshit) example of it, but it is promoted everywhere and it really annoys me. I can't watch TV anymore because the ads are all so transparently contrived (here, buy this drink and you'll have friends and be living the life in no time! Buy this cologne and you'll have ladies flocking to you despite your douchey personality!) and almost patronizing.
>"pentalobe" screws on the bottom case I don't have the screwdriver for
>try to use flathead, get 7/9 out, horribly strip one and start to strip the 8th
>give up for the day and order the right 5-sided screwdriver
Moral of the story is apple wants you to buy a new one, and they make it hard to service, so make sure you have the right tools for the job so you don't fuck it up like I did
I know that cringe feel. I was trying to watch some episodes of Avatar: TLA today at work (today was my last day, and my work involves making sure people sign in at the lake, and other than that I just do whatever I want and make sure people aren't breaking the rules) and sometimes Aang just does things that make me pause and facepalm and hesitate to continue.
Also good to see you around
I have two EQ apps on my iPod which I usually use as my music source. On my laptop, I have Logic Pro which has many different EQ plugins. I just route the sound to this program called Soundflower, Logic pro takes it from there, and spits it out after EQ to the default output, that being the headphone jack.
I'm not sure to what extent you know of speaker design, but hopefully these numbers/things will make sense:
Both of the boxes play useful bass down to around 45Hz, which covers almost everything in non-electronic music, and even with electronic music not too much is missing. The small one gets a maximum loudness at 1 meter away of 105 decibels (in free field, think outdoors with nothing around. They can get up to 3-6 decibels louder inside), the large one, 120 decibels. Both boxes are bi-amplified, which means the signal for the woofer and the tweeter was separated before being amplified, instead of after, which can lose a bit of power.