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Old 13th September 2006, 03:23 AM   #1421
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I have one of Peter's premium dac kits which is up and running after some minor trouble shooting( Thanks, Peter!). Is there any breaking in time for such gear-or does it perform 100% right away?

It's working fine- just wondered. I have read about devices needing many hours of breaking in before the listener reaches "Audio Nirvana"!

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Old 13th September 2006, 03:44 AM   #1422
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Old 14th September 2006, 06:18 PM   #1423
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peter just got back from the ibm dealer, nothing what you would call a deal. no parts to work with. nothing till next spring slim pickings

but i did get a good deal on a ibm @server retails for $900.00 fully loaded i got it for $250.00

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Old 14th September 2006, 06:45 PM   #1424
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peter just got back from the ibm dealer, nothing what you would call a deal. no parts to work with. nothing till next spring slim pickings

but i did get a good deal on a ibm @server retails for $900.00 fully loaded i got it for $250.00

sorry



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Spec's. ? AND what is this thing for ?
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Old 14th September 2006, 07:20 PM   #1425
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http://shopper.cnet.com/4014-3125_9-...rpt=4582&cip=1

this ones the minimum. the one i got is loaded.


webpage,sat software,my front door proximity card reader.
and a host of othere things. its going to get a workout.

And that has what to do with this thread ?
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Old 14th September 2006, 07:26 PM   #1426
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Old 14th September 2006, 07:33 PM   #1427
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its going to get a workout.
Give that PC a workout in the interest of audio!

Savvy DIY enthusiasts with a PC or an Intel Mac should check out Acourate.com and try the software with the 30 day free trial. This is an unbelievably powerful program.

Perhaps run a room correction scenario first, the go to a digital xover and multi-amp with PD GainClones!

I've been gradually learning from Uli, the designer of Acourate, on a private forum. Brilliant.

Replace your xovers with perfect, phase coherent versions, make your speakers truly time and phase coherent, and correct your room all with one powerful program.

(Warning, rather DIY, and perhaps not for the software timid, but clearly well worth the learning curve. I'm just finally digging in deeper.)

http://www.acourate.com/

Will blow your mind. Acourate is just now leaving Beta for human consumption.

Watch this tutorial first:

Acourate LogSweep Generation and Convolution
http://www.acourate.com/LogSweepRecording.html

This technology will soon change everything.

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Old 14th September 2006, 07:39 PM   #1428
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Give that PC a workout in the interest of audio!

Savvy DIY enthusiasts with a PC or an Intel Mac should check out Acourate.com and try the software with the 30 day free trial. This is an unbelievably powerful program.

Perhaps run a room correction scenario first, the go to a digital xover and multi-amp with PD GainClones!

I've been gradually learning from Uli, the designer of Acourate, on a private forum. Brilliant.

Replace your xovers with perfect, phase coherent versions, make your speakers truly time and phase coherent, and correct your room all with one powerful program.

(Warning, rather DIY, and perhaps not for the software timid, but clearly well worth the learning curve. I'm just finally digging in deeper.)

http://www.acourate.com/

Will blow your mind. Acourate is just now leaving Beta for human consumption.

Watch this tutorial first:

Acourate LogSweep Generation and Convolution
http://www.acourate.com/LogSweepRecording.html

This technology will soon change everything.

-Rob

BAH! to bad it's windows only. So far. Guess ill need a cheap pc to do this.
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Old 14th September 2006, 07:47 PM   #1429
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BAH! to bad it's windows only. So far. Guess ill need a cheap pc to do this.
You know, here is your excuse to buy that Intel Dual Core Mac Mini running both OSX and XP, and silently serving your music as well. It even includes the little white Apple remote... $599.
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Old 14th September 2006, 07:58 PM   #1430
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You know, here is your excuse to buy that Intel Dual Core Mac Mini running both OSX and XP, and silently serving your music as well. It even includes the little white Apple remote... $599.

But i have a Dual 2.0gig apple g5 with 6gigs of ram and 500gigs of storage
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